FAMILY INFORMATION IMM 5645 PDF

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The form IMM this form is available for download here. You need an Adobe Reader to open the form. If you see "Please wait Just click the Download button in the upper-right corner of the page. Type of application - select your type of application.

SECTION A According to the rules below, fill the information for you in the first row, for your spouse or common-law partner if you have one, otherwise see NOTE 1 in the second row, for your mother in the third row, and for your father in the fourth row.

Name - write the name exactly as shown in passport or travel document. Instructions In your native alphabet indicate all your names, even if they are not given in English in your passport. If you have more than one non-English spelling of your name for example, you are a citizen of several countries that use different alphabets or spellings , provide in this form the one that is used by the country which passport you intend to use to enter Canada.

Provide all spellings of all your names in the cover letter. Marital Status - choose marital status from the drop-down menu. Instructions Annulled Marriage - This is a marriage that is legally declared invalid. An annulment can also be a declaration by the Catholic Church that the marital union did not have a binding force. Common-Law - This means that you have lived continuously with your partner in a marital-type relationship for a minimum of one year. Divorced - This means that you are officially separated and have legally ended your marriage.

Legally Separated - This means that you are married, but are no longer living with your spouse. Married-physically present - This means that you and your spouse have had a ceremony that legally binds you to each other.

Your marriage must be legally recognized in the country where it was performed and in Canada. Note, that If you are married, you must include a photocopy of your marriage certificate with your application. Married-not physically present - This means that either you or your spouse was not present at the marriage ceremony.

Note, that Canada does not recognize the marriages where any of the partners was not physically present. Note, that even if you were not physically present at your marriage, you must include a photocopy of your marriage certificate with your application.

Single - This means that you have never been married and are not in a common-law relationship. Widowed - This means that your spouse has died and that you have not re-married or entered into a common-law relationship. Country of birth - enter the country of birth. Present address - enter the residential address. Present occupation - enter current occupation. If the person you are writing about died, write "Deceased" in this field.

Will accompany you to Canada? Instructions If the person is already in Canada write "Yes" and explain this in your cover letter.

NOTE 1 - if you do not have a spouse or common-law partner, read, date and sign this note. If you filled the row "Spouse or common-law partner" in the Section A, ignore this note. Instructions This includes: married children; adopted children; children of your spouse step-children or common-law partner; any of your children who have been adopted by others; any of your children who are in the custody of an ex-spouse, former common-law partner or other guardian.

If you do not have any children, read, date and sing NOTE 2 below. If there is no enough space, print and attach an additional sheet of this form. Name - write the name exactly as shown in the passport or travel document if the child have one.

Instructions In the native alphabet indicate all names, even if they are not given in English in the passport.

If the child has more than one non-English name spelling, provide in this form the one that is used by the country which passport you intend to use to enter Canada. Provide all spellings of all the names in the cover letter. Marital Status - choose marital status of the child from the drop-down menu.

Common-Law - This means that the person has lived continuously with his or her partner in a marital-type relationship for a minimum of one year. Divorced - This means that the person is officially separated and has legally ended the marriage. Legally Separated - This means that the person is married, but is no longer living with his or her spouse. Married-physically present - This means that the person and the spouse have had a ceremony that legally binds them to each other.

The marriage must be legally recognized in the country where it was performed and in Canada. Single - This means that the person has never been married and is not in a common-law relationship.

Relationship - write "natural", "adopted", "step-" son or daughter. Present address - enter the residential address of the child. Instructions If the child is already in Canada write "Yes" and explain this in your cover letter.

NOTE 2 - if you do not have any children, read, date and sign this note. If you listed at least one child in Section B, ignore this note. Instructions This includes: brothers and sisters; half-brothers and half-sisters; step-brothers and step-sisters; Note, that there is a mistake in this form.

There should be an additional note similar to Notes 1 and 2 for the case if you do not have any siblings. However, there is no such a note. If there is not enough space, print and attach an additional sheet of this form. Name - write the name exactly as shown in the passport or travel document if the sibling has one. If the sibling has more than one non-English name spelling, provide in this form the one that is used by the country which passport you intend to use to enter Canada.

Marital Status - choose marital status of the sibling from the drop-down menu. Relationship - write "brother" or "sister", adding the prefix "step-" or "half-", if required. Present address - enter the residential address of the sibling. Instructions If the sibling is already in Canada write "Yes" and explain this in your cover letter. Print the form, make sure there is a date and sign Section C.

If you submit your application online there is no need to sign the form. This page contains information for the form IMM version from May , as indicated in the bottom-left corner of each page of the form. The form might have changed since then.

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If you are a citizen of one of these countries, and you want to come to Canada permanently or temporarily for school or work, you also need to complete the Family Information Form for permanent residence applicants, for temporary residence applicants. In order to complete the IMM you must include your personal information as well as the personal information of your immediate family, that is your spouse if applicable , your siblings and your children if applicable. You must complete this information whether or not your family members are accompanying you to Canada. If you leave out any immediate family, this could impact the success of your application. If your native language is in an alphabet other than the Roman alphabet, you also need to write all names twice - first in English and then in the characters of your native language. If your native language is written in the Roman alphabet, you only need to write all names once. If you cannot fit your entire immediate family on the form, you need to use a second copy of the form, or another piece of paper, to include the remaining family members.

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