Yes, it’s perfectly legal. All you need to is to apply for a marriage license at the municipal office for the area where you intend to marry.
Q&A Categories Archives: Marriage to a Foreigner FAQ
Your Spanish partner needs an eTA (Electronic Travel Authorization). Then you need to travel to Ontario. You’ll need your passports and she’ll need proof of single status from Spain.
There is no income requirement to marry someone in Canada or, presumably, in most if not all other countries.
You’re thinking about sponsorship. The income requirement to sponsor a foreign spouse to Canada is not fixed, it is at the discretion of the officer reviewing the case.
You cannot lose your PR status by marrying someone.
Whether or not that certificate is acceptable is up to the Filipino authorities. You should speak to someone there.
A Canadian marriage certificate doesn’t have to be verified in the same way a Filipino marriage certificate must be, but that will not necessarily speed up your sponsorship application.
You are allowed to travel internationally even if you owe back taxes.
You should call City Hall in Vancouver (or the City Hall of the suburb you intend to marry in) to see if the single status letter is mandatory or not.
There are no restrictions on marriage as long as you both have legal status here. You only have to notify IRCC (formerly CIC) if you sponsor your new husband.
Yes, you and your parents can write him an invitation letter pledging to support him while he is here. However, you should invite him for the purpose of meeting him, not marrying him.