Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 944 Pr Addresses

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 944 Pr Addresses

Hello and welcome to the permanent resident card application video at Emma Group this video serves as a guide for those persons who are applying for a permanent resident card and need instruction on how to complete their application we will go through the application step by step the application can be obtained from Citizenship and Immigration Canada or from our offices in this video we will discuss how to complete the PR card application the additional documentation you must probtaining and completing the supplementary form photograph specifications and paying your government fees many of the sections in this application form are simple and straightforward however some sections in the application can cause some confusion we will discuss those sections right now the IMM five four four four the application for a permanent resident card Part A section one you must write your name as it appears on your lining document if you currently use a different name than the one you had when you entered the country because of a marriage divorce or legal name change you must fill in section two with your new name you're expected to previdence of your name change such as a marriage certificate divorce certificate or notice from a government agency approving your name change Part C section 16 if you have been a permanent resident for five years or more you must list all the addresses where you have lived for a full five years if you have been a permanent resident for less than five years you must list all the addresses where you have lived for the entire time you have been a permanent resident if you have traveled to a foreign country you do not have to list where you stayed unless you travelled for an extended period of time and considered the address to be a residence Part C section 17 if you have been a permanent resident for five years or more you must list your entire employment or study history for a full five years if you have been a permanent resident for less than five years you must list your employment or study history for the entire time you have been a permanent resident if you have not worked or studied during this time right not applicable in the space provided Part C section 18 if you have been a permanent resident for five years or more you must list all of your travel outside of Canada for a full five years if you have been a permanent resident for less than five years you must list all of your travel outside of Canada for the entire time you have been a permanent resident if you haven't traveled outside of the Canada in this time right not applicable in the space provided day trips into the United States where you did not stay overnight do not need to be included however if you stayed overnight in any other country then you must list that trip in the end you must add up all the days that you were absent from Canada if the number is 1095 days or more you must move on to Section D if the number is 1090 four days or less then move on to Section E important note for Part C if your address work or trip history exceeds the number of spaces provided on the form simply type them up on a separate piece of paper and attach the sheet with your application Section D this section is only for those people who have been out of Canada for over 1095 days which is equal to three years in a five year period in order to retain your status as permanent resident of Canada you must not have been outside Canada for over 1090 five days in a five-year period however if you are outside the country under certain circumstances this time you are outside of Canada will not count against you these are the following circumstances number one you are in the company of a Canadian spouse in this case you will have to prove that the two of you are related and you were together number two you were employed abroad by a Canadian business or by a government agency you must show that your employer is Canadian and that you were employed overseas number three you were in the company of a Canadian permanent resident who was employed by a Canadian business or by a government agency again you must prove your relation the fact that you were together and the person was employed by a Canadian business or government agency number four you possessed a returning resident permit you will be asked to produce a copy of this permit you must add up all the days you were outside Canada under these circumstances and subtract it from the total in Section 18 if the number is still greater than one thousand and nine days then you have lost your permanent resident status however if the number is less than 1095 days you are still eligible to renew your permanent resident card Section II in this section you must sign the application and write in the date and location where you signed it if the applicant is under 18 a parent or guardian must also sign the application in this section section F solemn declaration concerning a lost stolen destroyed or never received permanent resident card this section is only to be filled out by those persons who are replacing a lost stolen or damaged card or have applied for the card and never received it in this section you must explain what happened and what efforts you have taken to locate your card if you have damaged your card you're expected to include the damaged card in your application additional documentation now that you have filled out your application you must gather all the supporting documentation the types of documents you will.