Technically speaking youre able to get one of the two kinds of Visas so he could come to Canada
Common-law partner Visa - A common-law partner is defined as a life partner in a committed relationship who has been continuously living together for at least one year. This person can be either opposite or same sex/gender. This is often referred as a domestic partner or civil partner in certain countries.
Conjugal partner Visa - A conjugal partner is defined as a life partner in a committed relationship for at least one year. No cohabitation is required but a relationship must be interdependent in physical, financial, emotional, and social aspects. This person can be either opposite or same sex/gender. Conjugal partner sponsorship is used to sponsor a foreigner who is unable to either get married or live with a sponsor for at least one year due to a visa requirement. In other words, a foreign partner cannot be from a visitor visa exemption country. Examples of conjugal partners can be same-sex couples who are legally barred from getting married or opposite-sex couples where one of them is legally married and unable to get divorced. Opposite-sex couples who can get married are most likely unable to apply as conjugal partners.
You Could also try to Bring him as a Tourist Visa...but unless he meets the requierements and can convince the Consular agent that he doesnt plan to immigrate to canada it can be quite hard to get it.Each applicant must submit
The « Application for a Temporary Resident Visa » form (IMM5257), duly completed. A single form may be used for yourself, your spouse and any children under the age of 18. Each child aged 18 years or over who will be accompanying you must complete a separate form.
The « Additional Information on Family Members » form. A separate form must be completed by your spouse if he or she is accompanying you.
The « Form for Visa Delivery by Courier Service ».
Two (2) identity photos per person, according to the specifications in the application kit.
The exact amount for the processing fee. The fee is non-refundable even if the application is refused.
A photocopy of the first six pages of the passport(s). Your passport must be valid for the entire duration of your stay in Canada and have at least one blank page for the visa.
If you have previously travelled abroad (in particular to Canada , the United States or Europe ), submit a copy or other proof of the visas.
Proof of funds: photocopy of a valid international bank card, foreign exchange voucher or other proof of funds that you hold funds in foreign currency, photocopy of credit cards, photocopy of bank statements for the past three months, photocopy of property titles.
If you are employed, a certificate from your employer, in French or in English, giving your exact job title (and grade if you are a civil servant), photocopies of your last three pay slips and a leave certificate stating the days of your paid vacation. If you have your own business, a photocopy of the business registration. If you are retired, a photocopy of your pension certificate and a document which indicates the amount of your pension.
If you are a student, a photocopy of your student card or proof of school enrolment.
If you are a minor child travelling without one or both of your parents, a letter of authorization from the parent(s) who are not accompanying you.
If you are visiting relatives or friends, you should also submit the following documents:
A letter of invitation from your relative or friend including his or her name, address, telephone number(s) and your relationship with that person, the duration of your visit and a statement about who will pay the expenses of your trip.
A certificate of employment for your host.
A photocopy of a document proving the status in Canada of your host (e.g. Canadian passport, citizenship certificate or permanent resident card).
A photocopy of financial documents showing that the person paying for the trip has the financial ability to do so, including documentary evidence from a third party as to that person’s income (e.g. income tax declaration).
My suggestion would be to go to Algeria and get married and petetion him as your Husband.This may take a Year or so.But its the easist way
· 1 decade ago