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What are the required documents for express entry program to Canada




Documents for your profile:

  1. Passport or travel document: Venezuelan passport holders may need to complete extra steps.

  2. Language test results: To prove proficiency in English or French.

  3. Proof of Canadian education or an educational credential assessment report: This is required if you're applying through the Federal Skilled Workers Program or if you want to get points for the education you received outside of Canada.

  4. Provincial nomination: Only if you have one.

  5. Written job offer from an employer in Canada: Only if you have one.

  6. Proof of work experience: To validate your work history.

  7. Certificate of qualification in a trade occupation: Issued by a Canadian province or territory, only if you have one.

  8. Proof of funds: To show you can support yourself and your family in Canada.

Documents for your application for permanent residence:

  1. Police certificates: To prove you don't have a criminal record.

  2. Medical exams: To ensure you're in good health.

  3. Proof of funds: Same as above.

  4. Birth certificate: Required if you're declaring dependent children.

  5. Use of a representative form: Only if you've hired a representative to help with your application.

  6. Common-law union form: If you've declared your marital status as "common-law."

  7. Marriage certificate: If you've declared your marital status as "married."

  8. Divorce certificate and legal separation agreement: If you've declared your marital status as "divorced."

  9. Death certificate: If you've declared your marital status as "widowed."

  10. Adoption certificate: When a dependent child is listed as "adopted."

Other documents: These are only needed if they're included in your personalized document checklist. They're used to check if you meet the requirements of the program you're applying for.

  1. Proof of relationship to a relative in Canada.

  2. Digital photos to confirm your identity.

  3. Other names to confirm aliases.

  4. Authority to release personal information to a designated individual form.

  5. Any other documents that you feel are relevant to your application.

For more detailed information, you can visit the official Canada.ca website.

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