Application package — Provincial nominees You need to give your biometrics In most cases, you now need to give your fingerprints and photo biometrics after you apply. Find out who needs to give biometrics and how the new application process works. Biometrics and the application process We refer to your fingerprints and photo as biometrics. We collect biometrics for most applications. Find out what happens from when you submit your application to when you get to Canada and where biometrics fits in the process. Use our application guides to help fill out your application properly, then submit your application.
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IMM is the supplementary information form for your travels you need to fill out when you visit Canada. It is important to prepare and submit your application form together with all the other required documentation. IMM describes all your trips abroad you have takes outside your country of origin during the last 10 years.
According to IRCC formerly known as CIC , your family members refer to your spouse or common law-partner and as well as spouse dependants. Please note that you need to list all the travels you have taken outside your country and as well as the country of residence. IMM guide to fill Please note that when you fill out the IMM form you must follow the guide below in order to enter correct information about your travels.
You need to describe all the trips you have taken outside of your country of origin if you currently reside in your country of origin. However, if you are a resident of another country than your country of origin then you must list all trips outside of than country, even to the country of origin. How to fill out the form IMM form download here.
You can also refer Help Center to find more information. Once you fill out the form, validate, print the document. Later, you need to sign and date the form. Explore Canada.
Application package – Provincial nominees
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