Imagine that you and your partner have decided to move to Canada. You've done the research, picked a community that looks exciting and vibrant (for example, right here in Kingston!) and are getting ready to start the immigration process. But there's still one concern in your mind: you and your partner are in a same-sex relationship, coming from a country where you are not able to marry. You wonder: can we still immigrate as a couple?
Many couples are choosing to join their lives formally, although not through marriage. With more couples cohabiting in Ontario, the necessity of having cohabitation agreements in place becomes clear.