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[…]

Why Not Conjugal?

I was just consulted by an American who had received a CIC letter refusing a conjugal sponsorship application filed by her. In part the immigration officer had written: “I am not satisfied that you and your sponsor have maintained a conjugal relationship for at least one year as per section 2 of the Regulations. Canadian[…]