Charting the Journey to Canadian Residency

Canada promotes the applications for permanent residence (PR) from educated and skilled people with work experience that will contribute to the Canadian economy.

1. Gather Documents

All applicants need to provide these documents specified below. The authorities will consider those applications submitted without these documents as incomplete and will reject them. The authorities will then refund the fees accordingly.

Mandatory Documents

  • Medical Examination Confirmation
  • Police Certificates (PCs)
  • Copy of Passport/Travel Document Bio Data Page
  • Proof of Work Experience
  • Proof of Funds

Other Mandatory Documents, If Applicable

  • Copy of Birth Certificate
  • Proof of Studies
  • Provincial or Territorial Certificate of Qualification
  • Letter of Offer from the Employer
  • Use of a Representative Form [IMM 5476]
  • Evidence of a Common-Law Union and Cohabitation
  • Marriage Certificate
  • Divorce Certificate and the Legal Separation Agreement
  • Death Certificate
  • Adoption Certificate

2. Complete the Application

You will have to fill out the application form provided. It is advised to follow the step-by-step instructions given to complete the application forms.

3. Pay the Fees

The processing fee should be included with your application. You will need to refer to the fees list provided to calculate the total amount of payable fees.

4. Mail the Application

You will require mailing the application by a regular mail or by courier with the address shown below. With this, you will need to submit all the documents according to the checklist provided along with your application forms and the supporting documents.

Note: Before you submit your application, it is important to sign the form and date it. If not it will be returned back to you.

Also, ensure your encoded data is captured and you need to include the last page or pages that contain your unique barcodes.