What is Form IMM 5406E?
Form IMM 5406E is called the Additional Family Information Form. All members of the family who accompany the primary applicant to Canada and the primarly applicant himself must complete this form. All applicants must be over 18 years old. If you travel to this country for less than a half of a year and you do not need visa for that, you are not required to file this form.
What is Form IMM 5406E for?
This form is a part of the whole application package which is required if you need to immigrate to Canada and obtain a status of a temporary resident (student, visitor or worker) or a permanent resident. The form is an instrument for you to provide the details about your family. It is important to decide whether you are admissible to Canada or not. For security, financial or health reasons you may be considered inadmissible and your application may be rejected.
When is Form IMM 5406E Due?
You personally decide when you need to enter Canada and stick to that date. The form does not have a certain due date that must be followed by applicants.
Is IMM 5406E Form Accompanied by Other Forms?
To know if you need some additional documents, contact the Canada Immigration Center as the set of documents that must be attached may differ.
What Information do I Include in Form IMM 5406E?
The form has four sections: A, B, C and D. In Section A you must indicate the following information: name, relationship (applicant, spouse or common-law partner, mother or father), date of birth, marital status, present address and e-mail. Section B is devoted to the information about children and Section C requires the details about brothers and sisters. Section D is called the Certification and you prove there that all information is correct.
Where do I Send Form IMM 5406E?
When you have completed the form, send it to the Canada Immigration Center for consideration.