Financial self-sufficiency contract
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Financial self-sufficiency contract


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Two versions of the Contract respecting financial self-sufficiency form may apply to skilled worker candidates who submit an immigration application in the regular selection program:

This contract must be filled out by the principal applicant (including a foreign student or foreign worker living temporarily in Québec) and his or her accompanying spouse or de facto spouse, if any, in the subclass of Skilled Worker, Entrepreneur or Self-Employed Person.

This contract must be filled out by the live-in caregiver or the person authorized by Citizenship and Immigration Canada to apply for permanent residence in Canada on humanitarian grounds under the Skilled Worker subclass.


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