Moving overseas to join family
The rules surrounding joining family already living overseas vary from country to country and are dependant on who is already living there.
For example if you want to move to the US you'll need to have a relationship with a spouse, minor child, parent, step-parent, step-child or a spouse of someone deceased, any of whom must be a US citizen or lawful permanent resident. Unfortunately grandparents, aunts, uncles, in-laws and cousins cannot sponsor a relative for immigration.
In Australia too, children, parents and other family members may apply for migration to join their Australian citizen or permanent resident family members. There are various categories from partner migration to parent migration.
If you would like to join family members in Canada you are also in luck. You're entitled to ask for sponsorship for entry into the second largest country in the world.
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