Last Updated on March 25, 2016
The documents specified below are mandatory. As such, all applicants would need to provide them. The authorities would consider applications submitted without these documents as incomplete and reject them. Thereafter, the authorities will refund the fees accordingly as well.
- The Medical Examination Confirmation
- Police Certificates (PCs)
- The Copy of Passport / Travel Document Bio Data Page
- The Proof of Work Experience
- The Proof of Funds
Other Mandatory Documents (If Applicable)
The documents listed in this section are mandatory, if applicable. This means that applicants might need to submit these documents based on their personal circumstances as well as those of the applicants’ dependents.
In case applicants do not provide these documents with their applications (when applicable), the authorities would reject the applications as incomplete. In addition, they would refund the appropriate fees.
- The Copy of the Birth Certificate
- The Proof of Studies
- The Provincial or Territorial Certificate of Qualification
- The Letter of Offer from the Employer
- The Use of a Representative Form [IMM 5476]
- The Evidence of a Common-Law Union and Cohabitation
- The Marriage Certificate
- The Divorce Certificate and the Legal Separation Agreement
- The Death Certificate
- The Adoption Certificate
Other Required Documents:
Applicants would need to submit the following documents as part of their electronic Applications for Permanent Residence (e-APRs) in their MyCIC accounts. The submission of these documents would typically depend on the situation applicable to them. It is worth noting that the system does not let applicants submit their electronic Applications for Permanent Residence (e-APRs) until the applicants have uploaded the documents into the applicable fields provided.
In case applicants do not provide these documents with their applications (when applicable), the authorities would reject the applications as incomplete. This is especially the case if the applicants do not provide the documents according to the proper specifications.
In addition, the authorities could also consider refusing applications if the processing office does not have sufficient information on file for satisfying themselves that the applicants meets the requirements of the program to which they are applying.
- The Proof of Relationship to a Relative in Canada, the Status of the Relative in Canada and the Residence Status of the Relative in Canada
- Digital Photographs
- The Other Name Documents
- The Authority to Release Personal Information to a Designated Individual Form (IMM 5475)
- The Documents Related to the Electronic Applications for Permanent Residence (e-APRs) Not Captured in Other Fields
Source: Citizenship and Immigration