Foreign nationals, who first immigrated to Canada without their bairns, can sponsor dependants after they gained permanent residency or citizenship. While it is permitted in most cases to migrate with children by including them in an adult’s application for permanent residence, it does not always happen for different reasons. For instance, a parent protected person did not include a kid in the application for permanent residence. Another example is when a kid was adopted in Canada from abroad. Or, a mistake occurred, and a bairn was identified as “not accompanying” in the application form. It can be resolved through family class immigration to Canada.