Canadian Visa Application Form.

Family information

It is important to note that every member of the family who goes to Canada with you should fill in their own application form. Thus, if your husband/wife and 2 children will go with you, then there should be 4 applications.

Every applicant fills his or her own data. Thus, the husband will write about his parents in the appropriate section and the wife will write about hers. The two children will write about their parents and in the section involving brothers and sisters, they will fill in each other’s details.

Line applicant

One should write their first and last names (name and surname) as it appears in their foreign passport. It is also necessary to write your name and surname in your mother tongue as it appears in your internal passport.

Date of birth

Pay attention to the dates order.

Year/Month/Day

Address

As we have already mentioned before, one should write the actual current address of where they are currently living and not the registration one. For example if you are registered in Samara but actually live and work in Moscow, fill in your address as Moscow. Filling in Samara may draw suspicions as the immigration officers may not understand the discrepancies.

Does the person mentioned go to Canada?

If the application is successful, the applicant will go to Canada though it is not guaranteed that the rest of their family will secure visas.

Please visit the section involving family trips in this site that explicitly describe how to go about a full family application.

The next line is for the applicant to sign as a confirmation that they have no wife/husband. If you are married then you can just skip this section.

Children

First and last names as they appear in foreign passport.

It is also advisable to write your name and surname in your mother tongue as it appears in the internal passport.

Relation to you

Daughter(s)

Son(s)

Adoptee(s)

Marital status

Please not that if your child is not married but lives with their boy/girlfriend then you can fill in as Common-law which is a recognized union in Canada.

Address

As we have already mentioned before, one should write the actual current address of where the children are currently living and not the registration one. For example if they are registered in Samara but actually live in Moscow, fill in the address as Moscow. Filling in Samara may draw suspicions as the immigration officers may not understand the discrepancies.

Exceptions may arise in cases of divorce whereby the children may not be living with you at the moment.

In this case, one should write their current physical address.

Does the specified person go to Canada?

If the application is successful, the applicant(s) will go to Canada.

Please visit the section involving family trips in this site that explicitly describe how to go about a full family application.