Six members of a Nigerian family arrived in Canada, and one of them participated in a welcome ceremony by singing and dancing.
When the family with their child came, a man immediately rushed along the road, as seen in a TikTok video posted by the user @howtojapa.
He kept saying:
“Look who’s here. Look who’s here.”
The man hugged a woman who gave a thumbs up, danced and said: “This is life”. Another man came out of the car.
Even though the clip said they were a family of six, only a man, a woman, and a kid came down from the taxi.
Watch the video below:
According to Canada.ca, there are two stages involved in sponsoring one’s family to the foreign country, and they are:
“1. You apply to sponsor your relatives.
2. Your family members must apply for permanent residence.”
The information on the immigration website said that the sponsor must be 18 years old, adding that unlike before, an online application is now mandatory.
Additionally, more info stated that the person must:
“Upload them to their online application, electronically sign for the entire application, including those of any other family members.”
Family sells property to travel out
Meanwhile, WOTHAPPEN earlier reported that a woman (@gloriaotikor1) narrated the story of a Nigerian family with five children who are currently stranded in the UK after they borrowed millions of naira, sold their house and car to process their relocation.
The family travelled to the UK based on the study visa of the mother of the home. On getting abroad, she realised that she would have to apply for a post-graduate visa to be able to work, which cost a lot of money.