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About The Family Information Forms

About The Family Information Forms. To see details on how to sign the family information forms, simply follow the below.,

There are several family information forms which will be filled depending on the one that is included in your application package. You might use the 5645 form or the 5707 form. The 5645 form is used by individuals applying for a temporary resident visa outside Canada.

Eligibility

The form IMM 5645 must be completed by persons applying for temporary resident visa or a study permit and are 18 years and above

Form IMM 5645, is the family information application which must be completed by each person, 18 years of age or older, applying for a Temporary Resident Visa, a study or work permit, to come to Canada.

Application Requirements

To proceed with the family information IMM 5645 form, you must meet the requirements of the temporary resident visa. You must show that you meet the the requirements of Immigration and refugee Protection Act and the immigration and refugee protection regulations. You must also show that you will be in Canada temporarily.

How To Fill The family Information IMM 5707 Form

The form will be filed for spouse or common law partner in the first row, children in the second row, Mother third row and father fourth row.. Ensure to write the name exactly as shown in the passport.

Section 1 for Spouse Or Common Law partner

  • Tick marital status
  • Enter date of birth
  • Enter country of birth
  • Enter present address
  • Enter present occupation
  • Choose who will accompany you to Canada if there is any

Section 2 For Children

In this section, you must ensure to include all your children. If there are no children, then read, date and sign note 2 and if no available space, attach an additional sheet of the form. If the child’s native name is not in English, include the name in native alphabet.

  • Under relationship write if the child is your step, adopted or natural
  • Enter his date of birth
  • Country of birth
  • marital status of the child
  • The child’s Residential address
  • His present occupation.

You can see how to change visa status while in Canada.