Can I switch between spousal, common law and conjugal, once I have applied?

When applying, applicants must indicate the category in which they are applying for immigration to Canada. Conjugal partners, common-law partners and spouses are all specific categories with specific requirements. There is no requirement for immigration officers to automatically re-assess an application by considering such an application in terms of a different relationship between the applicant[…]

common law partnership

Common Law Partners

With the revamping of the Immigration Laws in 2005, the scope of Family Sponsorship expanded so that not only can married spouses sponsor each other for immigration to Canada, but also common-law partners, same-sex partners and conjugal partners are considered members of the family class. Whereas previously, same-sex and common-law partners could only apply under[…]