What type of visa should I apply for if I am engaged to be married?
There is no fiancee visa category under Canadian immigration law. You should either get married and apply for a spousal visa, or try to obtain a common law partner visa if you have been living together for a period of at least one continuous year. You may also qualify for a conjugal visa if you and your foreign fiancee have never met in person.
What if my spouse, partner, or same sex partner does not have legal status to be in the country, but is currently living in Canada?
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