Where you see in cic that they told "any large deposits must have clearly documented provenance to show" ?
I thing this type of talking our country consultant but if any body show the cic link ? They told you that you will take this money with you.Because i know one person his full family was back from tronto immigration because immigration officer tell to count all money then he see its short so he back from airport. If you give this paper its good but i did not see its mandatory.
maximum bd farm want ;
1) Joining letter.
2) pay slip.
3) Appointment letter.
4) where get money details.
5)Income tax letter Etc
But without this letter i was send my full document and i collect my CAIPS NOTE and i got 70 point so i don't know why BD maximum consultant want it may be their try to over sure.
Dear Zafrul Bhai ,
For your kind information i want to show you what they wrote in the update letter may be you didnt see that letter yet , and i bold that line for you
Date: IMMIGRATION SECTION
P O BOX 845
File: ----------MXC ROBINSON ROAD
FAX: (65) 6854-5874
(SEND BY EMAIL)
This refers to your application for permanent residence in Canada as a Skilled Worker.
Canada's Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations require that applicants provide all information and documents required for the assessment of their applications. The selection criteria are clearly defined, and your eligibility for permanent residence as a Skilled Worker will be assessed on the basis of the documents and information you provide. The onus is on you to provide sufficient evidence to demonstrate that you meet the requirements.
You are now being given an opportunity to update your application before it is assessed by an officer. Please submit the documents and information specified below to our office by mail. You have sixty (60) days from the date of this letter to comply with this request. If the requested evidence is not received by our office within this timeframe, your application will be assessed on the basis of the information on file. You will not be given a further opportunity to provide more information.
Updated Application Forms:
The following forms can be completed on the CIC website:
• Generic Application Form for Canada (IMM 0008) form, completed with updated information
• Schedule A Background/Declaration (IMM 5669) form, completed with updated information for you and all dependants 18 years and older, with original signatures – all questions must be answered – if a question is not applicable, write “N/A” – do not leave any gaps in your personal history and address history – you must provide details from the age of 18 to the present
• Additional Family Information (IMM 5406) form, completed with updated information for you and all dependants 18 years and older
• Schedule 3 Economic Classes - Federal Skilled Workers (IMM 0008) form, completed with updated information – Ensure you provide accurate occupational codes from the National Occupation Classification which most closely describe your work experience over the past ten years
Updated Identity, Status, and Civil Documents:
Provide the following documents only if there have been changes since you initially submitted your application:
• If passports have been renewed or replaced, provide a copy of the passport information page(s) for each person included on the application
• If the immigration status of you or any person included on the application has changed, provide a copy of the current visa or status document of the country where you are (lawfully) residing, as applicable
• If there have been any marriages, divorces, deaths, or births for you or any person included on the application, provide copies of civil documents as applicable – examples: marriage/divorce/death/birth certificates, child custody/adoption orders – note: to add a spouse or child to your application, you will need to pay the application fee for them
• Updated identification photographs for you and all accompanying dependants which comply with the photo specifications available in the SW Application Guide - Appendix A
Updated Education and Experience Documents:
If you have completed additional studies since you initially submitted your application and you would like those studies to be counted toward the award of points for education, please provide for you and your spouse (if accompanying):
• Copies of transcripts showing courses completed and grades earned
• Copies of degrees, diplomas, or certificates
If you have accumulated additional experience in one or more occupations at NOC Skill Level O, A, or B for which you would like consideration, please provide for all occupations in which you wish to be assessed:
• Original letter(s) from your employer(s) which clearly describe your job duties and responsibilities
• Copies of letter(s) of offer or employment contract(s)
• Copies of salary statements or pay stubs
• Copies of income tax returns
• If you are self-employed, copies of business registration and/or license and proof of business conducted with clients, such as orders and invoices, balance sheets, income tax returns
Proficiency in Canada's Official Languages:
If you are claiming English and/or French language skills on your application, you must provide conclusive proof of your language skills:
• Submit the original reports of a language test by an approved organization (International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or the test d'évaluation de français (TEF)) – test results must not be more than one year old at the time of submission
If you or your accompanying spouse has a relative in Canada, provide:
• Proof of your relationship to them (e.g. birth certificates showing parentage)
• Proof of their status in Canada (copy of permanent resident card, citizenship certificate, or Canadian passport)
• Proof that they are currently residing in Canada (e.g. recent utility bill, salary statement, or tax return in their name, sent to their residential address in Canada)
If your or your accompanying spouse has studied or worked in Canada, provide documents issued by the educational institution or employer which provide details, as well as copies of any work or study permits issued by Citizenship & Immigration CanadaSettlement Funds:
• Provide original financial documents (e.g. bank statements, term deposit statements) for the past 6 months showing transactions for all your accounts as proof of unencumbered funds for prospective settlement in Canada – any large deposits must have clearly documented provenance to show the funds are yours
Arranged Employment in Canada:
If you have been offered a job by a Canadian employer, and that employment offer has been approved by Human Resources & Skills Development Canada (HRSDC):
• Submit a copy of the Arranged Employment Opinion (AEO) issued by HRSDC and a copy of the employment offer
Any additional information and documents for consideration when your application is assessed must be received by this office within sixty (60 days) from the date of this letter. If you need more time, you must advise this office immediately and provide detailed reasons. Your request will be considered, but there is no guarantee that an extension will be granted. If no further evidence is received within this timeframe, your application will be assessed on the basis of the information on file. This may lead to the refusal of your application.
If you wish to withdraw your application, please advise our office immediately in writing. You may be eligible for a full refund of the processing fees paid. Once we begin assessing your application, it will no longer be possible to refund the processing fees.