I-0.2.1, r. 3 - Québec Immigration Regulation

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77. A person who files a sponsorship undertaking application is presumed to be able to fulfil his or her undertaking in accordance with section 76 if the person demonstrates that he or she has had, for the 12 months preceding the examination of the application and will continue to have, for the duration of the undertaking, a gross annual income from a Canadian source equal to the minimum income required from the sponsor to provide for his or her basic needs and those of the family members, as determined in Schedule B, to which is added the minimum amount required to provide for the sponsored person’s basic needs, as determined in Schedule D.
Where the sponsor owns a sole proprietorship or a partnership, only the net enterprise income from a Canadian source is taken into consideration for the purposes of the presumption provided for in the first paragraph.
963-2018O.C. 963-2018, s. 77.
In force: 2018-08-02
77. A person who files a sponsorship undertaking application is presumed to be able to fulfil his or her undertaking in accordance with section 76 if the person demonstrates that he or she has had, for the 12 months preceding the examination of the application and will continue to have, for the duration of the undertaking, a gross annual income from a Canadian source equal to the minimum income required from the sponsor to provide for his or her basic needs and those of the family members, as determined in Schedule B, to which is added the minimum amount required to provide for the sponsored person’s basic needs, as determined in Schedule D.
Where the sponsor owns a sole proprietorship or a partnership, only the net enterprise income from a Canadian source is taken into consideration for the purposes of the presumption provided for in the first paragraph.
963-2018O.C. 963-2018, s. 77.