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Permanent Resident Checklist

Discussion in 'Federal Skilled Worker' started by Canadabound, Nov 25, 2013.

  1. Canadabound

    Canadabound New Member

    On the permanent resident checklist on the CIC website, it states:

    "Proof of residency:
    Provide evidence your listed relative physically resides in Canada. This may include copies of:
    *lease agreements,
    *the most recent Notice of Assessment from the Canada Revenue Agency,
    *an employer's letter confirming employment,
    *monthly bills, etc., (one page of each bill is sufficient),
    *credit card invoices and bank statements."

    How many examples do I need to submit and how many is too little/too many? I have a few different documents, but am not sure how much they scrutinize this sort of thing.
  2. Rosalie

    Rosalie New Member

    I think it is probably better to give whatever you have so that they don't come back to question something. I believe they scrutinize it all to make sure that everything is on the up and up.
  3. smith

    smith New Member

    You don't have to provide them all, and I agree that more is better than less, however, there are documents better to provide than others - i.e. I have never seen a request for more information when a lease agreement along with an employer letter and/or the Notice of Assessment are provided. These are easier for them to validate rather than a monthly bill in that name or a credit card, if that makes sense.

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