@ Dafodill05 & VickyRocks
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Dafodills05, can you post the link of required documents again. The google translation is not working in the link. May be you can paste the french version link.
List of forms and documents to enclose with your official immigration application
- The application must include the completed and signed all required documents and payment of fees (Canadian funds only) or it will be returned to the applicant without having undergone treatment.
- The application must be filed or mailed to the Quebec Immigration Office in Paris .
- All copies of the documents listed below must be authenticated by the institution that is custodian of the original or by lawful authority duly authorized to certify a copy of a document that is to say, a copy of which the original can be traced.
- All copies of documents must be accompanied by an official translation into French or English if the documents are written in a language other than French or English and a copy of the original document in the language of origin .
- The originals must be available on request or be presented at the interview, if applicable.
The documents must be presented in the following order: 1. Application for Certificate of Selection Quebec
The principal applicant and spouse (husband or partner) must complete Form Application for Selection Certificate - Principal applicant, spouse or de facto spouse (Dynamic PDF, 706 KB).
The Applicant must complete the mandatory contract for the financial self-sufficiency (PDF, 68 KB).
Each child aged 22 or over who is accompanying you must complete the Application for Selection Certificate - Dependent child who is age 22 or older or who is married or de facto spouse (PDF, 139 KB).
Must accompany your application:
o Schedule Declaration by spouse or common-law (PDF, 58 Kb) is to be completed by each party if you are married or de facto spouse;
o a passport photograph per person (adults and children) to be stapled to the Photos section of the application of the principal applicant.
For dependents aged 22 or older who is accompanying you, you must include:
o proof that the person is in school, full time, and without interruption since age 22, by attaching a certified copy of the original transcripts for each year of studies since the age 22 or, if she married or became a de facto spouse before age 22 years, since the marriage or
proof that the person is your dependent attaching a certified copy of the original medical certificate attesting to the physical or psychological health of the person;
o if the person is not married, a marriage certificate giving evidence that she was married or became a de facto spouse before age 22 years. 2. Required documents
Depending on your situation, you must attach to your application the following documents:
o the declaration of a candidate or a candidate in a profession regulated in Quebec by a professional (PDF, 60 KB) - if you or your spouse or have a training exercise to practice a profession regulated by a professional in Quebec
Note: See the requirements for admission to the professional before filing your application.
o the declaration of a candidate or a candidate exerting a regulated trade in Québec (PDF, 68 KB) - if you or your spouse or have a training exercise to practice a regulated trade in Québec ( construction trades , skills regulated professional );
o the declaration of a licensed physician from Canada and the United States (PDF, 80 KB) - if you or your partner or have a training exercise to practice the profession of specialist, general practitioner or medical doctor family;
o the declaration of a candidate or a candidate exercising the profession of teacher or teacher at the preschool, elementary or secondary school (PDF, 51 KB) - If you or your spouse or have a training exercise to practice the profession of teaching at preschool, primary and secondary
o la Declaring a member of the family in Québec (PDF, 48 KB) - if you or your spouse mentioned in your Certificate Application selection Quebec the presence of a member of the family (spouse, de facto spouse, father , mother, son, daughter, brother, sister, grandfather or grandmother) currently residing in Quebec. 3. Applicants residing in a country other than their country of citizenship
For applicants who reside in a country other than their country of citizenship for a year or more, attach to your application:
a legible copy of your residence permit valid in the country where you currently live or, if your title has expired, the receipt of your application for renewal of residence permit, valid, together with the photocopy of residence which is an extension.
Note: The document must mention the expiry date and type of license issued (eg.: School or work). Remember to include the translation of documents if they are written in a language other than French or English.
This official document must be attached to your application otherwise it will be returned without being processed.
For those in possession of a residence permit for studies, you must demonstrate that you meet the conditions for obtaining this permit by making your education your core (proof: last transcript or diploma obtained in France). 4. Payment of fees
Include payment of all fees for processing your application.
If you are represented by an immigration intermediary, attach original power of attorney signed by you and your intermediary. 6. Resume
Attach your curriculum vitae (CV) and that of your spouse, if applicable. 7. Education & Training
Attach to your application:
o a copy of all diplomas, certificates or certificates of secondary education and / or post and / or academic, classified and stapled in descending chronological order (the most recent document must be presented first);
o a copy of all transcripts for each of your years of study, including those of the current year, excluding the primary level ordered and stapled in descending chronological order;
o a copy of the certificate of registration in the program of studies in progress, if any, and a letter from the school indicating your registration status (full time or part time).
If you plan to practice a profession or trade regulated in Québec and you have obtained recognition of equivalence of your diploma or your training with the appropriate regulatory agency, you must provide proof.
Note: Remember to include the translation of documents written in a language other than French or English. 8. Work experience acquired over the last five years
Please enclose with your application
o copies of all your certifications and job placements for five years in any job mentioned in your application, including a recent work certificate issued by your current employer;
o If applicable, a copy of your workbooks and / or history of social security contributions on your experience (eg.: National Social Security Fund of Morocco, National Social Insurance Fund of Algeria , Bituah Leumi, etc..).
You must provide documentary evidence that your experiences have been acquired legally.
The work certificates must be produced on letterheads of the company. They must be dated, signed and bear the signatory's name. They must also contain the following information:
o Your dates of commencement and termination of employment;
o where applicable, your registration number to social security on your business;
o details of your employers, including their phone number
o positions you have held and description of the tasks you have performed.
The certificates of employment experience made during learning, training or specialization Diploma must be accompanied by agreements established with the educational institution attended.
If you practice or have practiced over the last five years an activity in your account, a profession or trade, contact:
o proof of your regular business activities, a recent proof of your registration with the trade;
o your latest financial statement and tax notices for the last five years;
o evidence to date of your membership to a professional or a professional corporation, a recent review of contributions to the social insurance fund for non-employees.
If you work or have worked in a territory other than your country of citizenship, if such document is required by the territorial authorities, include:
o a copy of your visa, permit or temporary work permits and renewals issued by the competent territorial authority, stapled to the corresponding work certificates.
Note: Remember to include the translation of documents if they are written in a language other than French or English. 9. Proficiency in French and English
To evaluate your language, whether French or English is not one of your native languages, including with your application documentary evidence of your proficiency in French or English for you and, if place, for your spouse.
To demonstrate your language skills in French and expedite the processing of your application, attach a certificate from one of two tests recognized by the Department of Immigration and Cultural Communities (MICC) for language testing in French, either:
o a French evaluation test adapted for Québec (TEFaQ);
o a test of knowledge of French in Quebec (TCFQ).
You can also submit a certificate of High Studies in French (DELF) or Advanced diploma in French (DALF).
The Department acknowledges the results of French knowledge test (TCF) or French evaluation test (TEF) provided to attach to the certificate of test required a certificate of results of the optional test of speaking. Please consult the table (PDF, 54 KB) for more details on certificates of proficiency in French recognized by the Department.
To demonstrate your English proficiency, with your application and necessary documentary evidence, if any, those of your spouse. It may be the result of a test score recognized, for example, IELTS tests, TOEFL, TOEIC and Cambridge.
You can also attach to your application a document showing that you have worked in French or English.
10. Financial Self-Sufficiency
Attach to your application on Contract for financial self-sufficiency (PDF, 68 KB) duly completed and signed.
IMPORTANT: Upon arrival in Quebec, you must be in possession of sufficient financial resources to meet your needs and the needs of all persons accompanying you. 11. Statutory Documents
Attach to your application:
o copy of your marriage certificate if you are married or, if you are de facto spouses, the official documentary evidence proving your life together for at least a year (eg.: Civil Solidarity Pact (PACS), a copy of lease, bank accounts, electricity bill or telephone, cohabitation certificate issued by your municipality, etc.).
o copy of your birth certificate and that of each person accompanying you;
o copy of family register;
o copy of the divorce decree, if applicable, with reference to awarding custody of the child or children, if any;
Note: If you intend to immigrate with the child from a previous relationship, you must attach a deed signed by the non-accompanying parent or court order specifically allowing immigration to Quebec for this child.
o copy of the death certificate of the deceased spouse or deceased spouse, if applicable;
o stapled photocopies of identification pages of your passport and that of each person accompanying you (with valid residence permits, if applicable). 12. Relationships Quebec
If a family member resides in Quebec (spouse, partner, father, mother, son, daughter, brother, sister, grandfather or grandmother), staple your statement of a member of the family in Quebec (PDF, 48 KB)
o a copy of her permanent resident card from a Canadian passport or Canadian citizenship card;
o a copy of its latest notice of assessment to the provincial tax or a copy of lease (if tenant) or a copy of the property tax bill (if owner);
o a copy of document proving your relationship with that member of your family (family register, etc..).
Remember to keep copies of all documents you send.
Download and print forms
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You can fill out forms on the screen labeled "dynamic". You must then print, sign and send by mail.
Registration forms can be dynamic PDF with Acrobat Reader (version 6.0 or higher) and a minimal version of Windows XP. To register, use the Save button on the toolbar of Acrobat Reader.