IMMIGRANT APPLICATION FORM (IMM 0008)
Each family member
over the age of 18 must complete his or her own IMM 0008 Form, whether they
are accompanying you to Canada or not. Children under the age of 18 are
included on the principal applicant's form.
Each person who
completes an IMM 0008 form must also fill out the IMM 5406. Check that it is
complete and signed.
Only one NBPNP 001
form should be completed for the entire family. Check that the appropriate
questions are answered in full and the form is signed by both principal
applicant and spouse. Attach additional pages, where necessary. Write NBPNP
001 on the to of each additional page.
Complete and sign this form so that the Investment and Immigration Branch can work on your behalf.
EMPLOYMENT OFFER - JOB OFFER APPLICANT ONLY
Provide a copy of
the letter or contract which offers you guaranteed employment with an employer
in New Brunswick. The written offer should include position title, job
description and job requirements. Include a copy of your letter of acceptance
of the job.
Include copies of
all appropriate birth, marriage, divorce, proof of separation, and/or death
certificates for yourself and your spouse. If there are discrepancies in these
documents, please provide a sworn affidavit explaining the discrepancies. Also
include a clear copy of your National Identity Card/Certificate or Cedula
Include copies of
each child's birth certificate (which names their parents); adoption papers;
proof of custody for children under the age of 18 and proof that the children
may be removed from the jurisdiction of the court. If the children will not be
accompanying you to Canada, prove that you have fulfilled any obligation
stated in a custody agreement. Submit proof of continuous full-time studies
for all dependent children aged 19 or over. You must provide a letter(s) from
the school(s), signed by a school official, confirming continued enrollment in
full-time studies since turning 19 years of age.
Include copies of
passport or travel documents that are valid for at least two years for
yourself, your spouse and dependent children. Children must each have their
own passport, separate from their parents. You are required to submit only
copies of pages showing the passport number, date of issue and expiration,
your photo, name, date and place of birth. If you reside in a different
country than your nationality, include a copy of your visa for the country in
which you currently reside. (Nationals of the People's Republic of China
should note that Public Affairs Passports are NOT valid for immigration to
Canada.) Include copies of entry or exit visas from previous visits to Canada.
Submit copies of
educational degrees, diplomas or certificates for both the principal applicant
and the spouse. Proof of education must include official transcripts showing
school(s) attended, courses taken, degree(s) completed and photocopies of
professional licenses. If the principal applicant studied in New Brunswick, he
or she must provide proof.
Submit copies of letters of reference detailing both the principal applicant and the spouse's past and present work experience. Letters of reference must be on official letterhead and signed by an authorized representative of the company who is identified by name and title. Each letter should indicate:
may include any letter(s) or contract(s) about your employment or information
you believe may be relevant to your successful establishment in New Brunswick.
This may help to determine the suitability of your employment skills, as well
as demonstrate your motivation, adaptability, initiative or resourcefulness.
Provide proof of
your relationship to residents of New Brunswick, such as copies of birth and
marriage certificates (showing the names of common parents). You must also
submit photocopies of your relative(s) Canadian Passports, Certificates of
Citizenship, or Immigration Visas (IMM 1000).
Provide copies of
previous visitor visas, accommodation etc. receipts, employment authorizations
or student visas, if applicable
Complete the NBPNP
003, noting the need to have information validated.
You must prove that
you have sufficient funds to maintain yourself and your dependents until you
become established in New Brunswick. This includes bank account statements,
letters from your financial institution, and other proof of liquid assets:
i.e. funds that are readily transferable to a banking institution in New
Brunswick. Your Personal Net Worth Statement (in NBPNP 001) must be supported
by photocopies of evidence of ownership with an objective price value of real
properties (land and buildings) that you own.
Additional documents may be requested to assist the evaluation of your
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