There is no specification as such but they have asked for the documents i originally submitted and some of them are in original, like my employment letters, ielts, etc. I am unsure what is there left. Following is the detail:
. completed immigrant application forms (IMM8) with schedules 1 and 3 and the Additional Family Information
form (IMM5406) for yourself. These forms are available on CIC's website atwww.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/application-regular.asp
. You must bring supporting documents in
original for all new information on your application for which you have not already submitted evidence.
. completed immigrant application forms (IMM8) with schedule 1 and the Additional Family Information form
(IMM5406) for your spouse and each dependent child 18 years of age and over irrespective of whether they are
accompanying you to Canada or not.
Immigration Section-Service de l`lmmigration
7/8 Shantipath, Chanakyapuri-PO Box 5209-New Delhi 110021-India www.india.gc.ca
Dear MALHOTRA VISHESH,
. conclusive proof of your claimed level of proficiency in English and/or French. This can be in the form of
language test results by an approved organization or a written submission supporting your claimed level.
In addition, you must bring the following documents to the interview for each person included in your
. Original individual passports for each family member included in the application, regardless of age;
.Six photos, as per the enclosed instructions for each person included in your application;
.Height and eye colour information for all eligible dependants as per the enclosed form;
.If you applied more than 12 months ago you must bring a current Police Certificate for you and all eligible
dependants over 18 years of age. This Police Certificate must be issued either by a Senior Superintendent of
Police or, if issued by a Regional Passport Office this Police Certificate will only be valid if issued within one
year from the date your passport was originally issued.
You must also bring originals or certified true copies of the following documents for each person included in
your application together with certified translations into English or French:
. Birth, death, marriage, divorce document(s) as applicable to your case; if not already submitted
. Degrees, diplomas, mark sheets (or other documents confirming educational status);
. Employers' references/appointment letters with detailed information on duties performed, salary slips from
your current and previous employments, provident fund receipts, Form 16, and evidence of vocational training
and apprenticeship of training for yourself;
. Proof of personal funds available to finance your resettlement in Canada; (e.g. bank statements for the past one
year, fixed deposit receipts, and receipts of other transferable investments in your name. If you have validated
arranged employment, this does not apply to you.
. If you plan to have your dependents accompany you to Canada or to join you within the validity date of the
visa, processing fees for all dependents must be paid before the interview. We recommend that, if you have not
paid the fees, you send them immediately by the fastest means. Should the fees not be paid prior to the interview,
no credit will be given for your spouse in the IRPA assessment. Fees are payable by bank draft or certified
cheque only. Cash is not accepted.
. If you have relatives in Canada willing to assist you, you must provide proof of how you are related at the
interview. Affidavits are not acceptable as proof. You must produce original all necessary birth certificates or
other civil documents that prove the way that the person is related to you. Should you not provide such proof, no
points will be awarded for the relative.
. If your marital status has changed since you submitted your application. If you were divorced, you must bring
the divorce petition and certificate. If you were married, you must bring the marriage certificate, wedding
photos, photos of you together after the wedding (e.g. outings). Each of you must also complete spousal
questionnaire that is available at http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/pdf/kits/forms/IMM5490E.PDF
. Please ignore the
fact that the title refers to 'sponsor'.