CIES | 29-August-2019
1. Where am I required to submit my application for a Canadian Immigration Visa?
It relies on the Canadian immigration category through which you are filing your application.
Candidates that are applying through Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class and the Canadian Experience Class are firstly required to create an online profile. Express Entry immigration selection system is used to process these programs. Online applications are submitted these programs.
When applying through the Family Sponsorship category of Canadian immigration, applications should initially be submitted to the Case Processing Centre (CPC) in Mississauga, Ontario.
When applying through the Provincial Nominee Program category of Canadian immigration, or if you intend to reside in the province of Quebec, you must initially submit an application to the province in which you are planning to reside.
2. What document do I need to submit in support of my application for Canada Permanent Residence?
It also relies upon the category of Canadian Immigration through which you are applying. Under skilled worker category of Canadian Immigration, candidates for express entry who receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA) are required to have and submit the supporting documents along with their application which are as follows:-
Ø Valid passport
Ø Birth certificate
Ø Language test results
Ø Documentation attesting to work experience
Ø Police clearance certificate(s)
Ø Upfront medical receipt
Ø Photographs of principal applicant and family members
Based on the information provided in his or her Express Entry profile, the documents which are required to be submitted are as follows:-
Ø Canadian Education Credential OR Educational Credential Assessment (ECA)
Ø Letter of attestation
Ø Official transcripts of post-secondary education study program courses taken
Ø Secondary education documents
Ø Original letter from a Canadian employer indicating an offer of arranged employment
Ø Proof of family relationship(s) in Canada
Ø Proof of settlement funds
Ø Legal documents showing changes in name or date of birth
Ø Marriage certificate(s)
Ø Signed Statutory Declaration of Common-law Union and documents attesting to cohabitation for a period of at least 12 months
Ø Divorce or annulment certificate(s)
Ø Death certificate(s) for former spouse(s) or common-law partner(s)
Ø Children’s birth certificates
Ø Adoption papers
Ø Proof of full custody for children
Ø Travel documents (non-passport)
Ø Certified copy of a certificate of qualification in a skilled trade occupation issued by a Canadian provincial/territorial authority
Ø Copies of work contracts and/or pay stubs
Ø Documents relating to income taxation
The supporting documents include evidence of civil status, the genuine nature of the relationship between the parties, and the ability to commit to an undertaking of support while you applying under Family Sponsorship category.
The forms and documents as per the province's specific requirements are needed when you are applying under the Provincial Nominee Program of Canadian immigration
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC, formerly CIC) is required a police clearance certificates from you and any family member 18 years or older depending on the program when you submit an application for Canadian immigration
Additionally, specific requirements regarding supporting documentation are required by Canadian Immigration Visa Offices. It’s better to seek expert advice or instructions from the Canadian Immigration Visa Office to which your application will be submitted.
3. When am I required to submit my supporting documents?
It relies upon the category of Canadian immigration under which you are applying and the Canadian Immigration Visa Office to which you are submitting your application.
All the documents are required to be submitted along with your e-application through the Express Entry system when you are applying through the Skilled Worker category . When you create online profile, Language test results and education credentials are required to be submitted.
All the supporting documents including Police Clearance Certificates and proof that a medical examination has been undergone by the sponsored person(s) must be submitted along with the initial application when you are applying through the Family Sponsorship category of Canadian immigration.
When you are applying through the Entrepreneurs and Self-Employed Persons business categories of Canadian immigration, as a general rule you submit only a basic application form and Canadian government processing fees to the Canadian Visa Office responsible for your country of citizenship or for the country in which you are currently residing if you were lawfully admitted to that country for at least one year. Supporting documents in relation to your civil status and business management experience are required to be submitted four months before the assessment of your application.
When you are applying through the Investor business category of Canadian immigration, all supporting documents must be submitted to the appropriate Canadian Immigration Visa Office along with the initial application.
When you are applying through the Provincial Nominee Program of Canadian immigration or if you are planning to reside in the Province of Quebec, all supporting documents in relation to the provincial nomination must be submitted along with the initial application to the province.
When you are applying through the Canadian Experience Class category of Canadian immigration, all supporting documents must be submitted along with your e-application through the Express Entry system. When you create your online profile, language test results are required
4. My supporting documents must be submitted in which language?
All supporting documentation in a language other than English or French must be accompanied by an English or French translation, as translated by a certified translator unless otherwise indicated by a particular Canadian Immigration Visa Office
5.May I transfer my file from one Canadian Immigration Visa Office to another?
In specific circumstances, the Canadian Immigration Visa Office processing your immigration file may decide on its own to transfer your immigration to a more appropriate Canadian Immigration Visa Office. You can make a request to the Canadian Immigration Visa Office processing your application to transfer your application to another Canadian Immigration Visa Office. The decision whether or not to transfer your application will be made based upon "program integrity".
6. How long does the process for the Canadian Immigration application take?
Many factors affect the processing time for immigration application which are as follows:-
Ø the particular Canadian Immigration Visa Office processing your application;
Ø the category of Canadian Immigration under which you apply;
Ø whether you can find work in Canada;
Ø the way in which your application and supporting documents have been prepared;
Ø whether or not you are required to attend a personal interview; and,
Ø events beyond your control.
7. Define “locked-in” date?
A locked-in date is the date which is determined by the Federal Court of Canada as the time on which certain selection factors must be assessed. It is the date on which the Canadian Immigration Visa Office receives completed application forms and proper payment of the processing fees.
8. Who can I include on my Visa for Canada Immigration(Permanent Resident)?
9. What if I have children while my application is in process or after my Canada Immigration (Permanent Resident) Visa has been issued?
When your family composition changes after your Visa is issued, you must advise Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to add a spouse or child to your application, provided you have not yet landed in Canada.
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