home centred particularly when the children are young. Conjugal rights are those that are considered to be part and parcel of the state of matrimony, such as love, sex, companionship, and support. They found there was a close tie between female relatives with two out of three married people having parents living within two or three miles of them. Although the family class provisions expanded in Canada's 2002 irpa to include same sex common-law and conjugal partners, it wasn't until February 2007 that Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) began to recognize gay and lesbian marriages performed outside of the country as a basis for. Nowadays Canadian citizens and permanent residents (PRs) can sponsor the immigration of their spouse (husband or wife common-law partner, conjugal partner, dependent children and parents or grandparents to Canada. There was a clear-cut division of labour between them in the household and the husband was relatively uninvolved with domestic chores and raising the children, which was thought to be the wife's job whereas his was to be the breadwinner. The results of this survey formed the basis of their book "The Symmetrical Family". Sponsorship bars and conditional permanent residency: coming soon to the spousal sponsorship program? Conjugal, pertaining or relating to marriage; suitable or applicable to married people. In the mid 50's Willmott Young conducted a study entitles "Family and Kinship in East London it was conducted in Bethnal Green, a long settled traditional working-class area. However these segregated roles did begin to change over time, in the early 1970's Willmott Young conducted another survey this time a large-scale social survey in which 1,928 people were interviewed in Greater London and the Outer Metropolitan area.