What Documents are Necessary for Permanent Residence in Canada
Have you recently entered the Express Entry pool or currently considering applying for permanent residence in Canada and wondering what documents may be necessary in order to apply? In this post, we intend to cover the broad strokes of the economic class immigration process and what documents are necessary. Although there is some variation between the provincial nominee programs (paper steam VS direct stream) and the federal immigration platform of Express Entry, the differences are not significant and you can easily prepare in advance with some guided advice.
1. Documents plus translations (if the original is not in English or French) of birth certificates of each child and family member
2. Documents plus translations (if the original is not in English or French) of the marriage certificate, if applicable
3. International passports which should be valid for at least 6 months but preferably valid for at least 3 years