Subsequent temporary public policy to continue to facilitate access to permanent resident status for out-of-status construction workers in the Greater Toronto Area: Get your documents ready
Get your documents ready
Before you apply for permanent residence, you should get these documents early to avoid delays.
You and your family members must get a police certificate from each country or territory where you’ve lived for 6 or more months in a row since the age of 18.
Learn about police certificates
Other documents you might want to get before you apply
- proof that you’ve been living in Canada for the past 5 years
- proof of your work experience
- proof that you have family living in Canada
See the document checklist IMM 0123 (PDF, 943 KB) to make sure you have all the documents you need to apply.
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