Q: What are the documents required for the PNP application?
A: When applying for the Provincial Nominee Program, your application package needs to include the following documents: • Copies of passports for yourself and accompanying family members: passports need to be valid and regular. Diplomatic, official, service or public affairs passports are not valid for the purposes of the application. If you need a visa for your country of residence, include a copy of it too; • Confirmation of Nomination from the province that's nominating you for permanent residence -- in some provinces your confirmation is directly forwarded to the CIC; • Proof of language proficiency: a copy of IELTS, CELPIP, and / or TEF test results; • Identity and civil status documents for yourself and your spouse or common-law partner: including birth certificates, marital status documents, copies of national IDs, and proof of common-law relationship such as proof of joint bank accounts, copies of joint leases or utility bills; • Children's documents: birth certificates containing the names of the parents, adoption and custody papers if applicable, proof of full time studies for dependent children aged 22 and older, including complete school records, proof of full financial support by parents, letters from schools indicating the number of hours of classes attended per day, and number of days attended per week; • Police certificates; • Six photos for each family member; • Fee payment;
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