Temporary public policy 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.
It takes time to book your language test and get your results. Make sure you book your test early.
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.
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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