If you look at Page 4 under supporting documents required the sponsor, if the sponsor is permanent resident , copies of PR card are required
Page 5/10. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR SPONSORED PERSONS (PRINCIPAL APPLICANT AND ALL FAMILY MEMBERS)
This is for the applicant , he is asking about the sponsor...Page 5/10. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR SPONSORED PERSONS (PRINCIPAL APPLICANT AND ALL FAMILY MEMBERS)
1 . IDENTITY DOCUMENTS, TRAVEL DOCUMENTS AND PASSPORTS
You (the principal applicant) must provide the following (photocopies only) for yourself and your family members:
Most recently issued passport or travel document for you and all family members (who will accompany you to Canada)
• Include only copies of pages showing the passport or travel document number, date of issue and expiration, photo, name, surname, date
and place of birth of holder.
• If you are in Canada and/or have previously travelled to Canada, you must also include pages of any passport in your possession which
bear an entry stamp made by a Canadian authority.
• If you reside in a country different from your nationality, include a copy of your visa or residency permit for the country in which you
currently reside (e.g. United States Alien Registration card or “Green Card”)
• Please note that diplomatic, official or public affairs passports are not acceptable for an application for permanent residence in Canada.
Note: Although you do not need to have a valid passport or travel document when you submit your application, you must have a valid travel
document or passport to be able to travel to Canada and to be admitted for permanent residence. A list of acceptable documents is found in
subsection 50(1) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/sor-2002-227/
page-10.html#h-25). You will need to demonstrate that you hold an acceptable travel document or passport before we can finalize your application.
CIC will have a list of DR's to go to in your area, you can not go the DR of your choice.Are they strict about the places to have medicals done? Is there a list of hospitals to go to?
If you want to use your passport as the proof for your Canadian citizenship, then you'd need to photocopy it (it's what I used to show my citizenship). But there's no requirement for the sponsor's passport to be included otherwise.
Do you mean that he was requested to pay the biometrics fee? I have seen it take some time to get the biometrics request after paying for it.My husband (PA) was requested for biometrics, we sent in our paymen/receipt the day they requested it which was over a week now. We never got a confirmation or have any directions since than and im noticing others that have have been requested biometrics got processed quite fast, in a few days. Any thoughts on this? Thank you
Yes he was just requested to pay the fee. So no further directions from there. I just noticed on the tracking sheet that most people were submitting biometrics shortly after request and getting approved few day post so im wondering if we did something wrongDo you mean that he was requested to pay the biometrics fee? I have seen it take some time to get the biometrics request after paying for it.
AOR1 is a confirmation that your application was received and they are verifying Sponsors eligibility. The applications were returned for missing signature even after receiving AOR1.Hello Every one if you forget to do manual signature on 5669 don't worry i think you should be good .As like some people even my wife dint do manual signature on 5669 still received AOR ...so don't worry guys who forgot to do manual sign..good luck everyone...!!!
Outland Spouse Application
Application Received: 4 April 2019
AOR Received: 14 May 2019