The information provided by an IRCC is collected under the authority of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) to determine the
eligibility in Canada. This information can be shared with other federal institutions, including, among others, the Border Services Agency
of Canada (CBSA), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), the Department of Foreign Affairs,
Trade and Development of Canada (DFATD), Employment and Social Development of Canada (ESDC), Revenue Agency of Canada (CRA), to one of the departments and territories
and for foreigners, in accordance with section 8 (2) of the Privacy Act. For the purposes of administration and enforcement of immigration legislation,
and as long as it is not likely to endanger your family and your family, this information may disclose
enforce the law and the facultative authorities to retain, the institutions that may be required to authenticate this information. These can also be
systematically validated by other Canadian government institutions to authenticate status and identity in order to manage their programs
If you provide your biometric data as part of your application, the fingerprints collected will be
stored and forwarded to the RCMP. These data may also be communicated to other law enforcement agencies in accordance with
subsection 13.11 (1) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations. The information could be used to
establishing or verifying the identity of a person for the purpose of preventing, investigating or prosecuting an
an offense described in any law of Canada or a province.
The information may also be used to establish or verify the identity of a person whose identity can not reasonably be determined or verified.
otherwise because of a physical or mental disorder. Canada can also share information about immigration related to biometrics with foreign governments with which Canada has an agreement.
Depending on the type of application submitted, the information provided will be stored in one or more Personal Information Banks (PIF) in accordance with
Section 10 (1) of the Privacy Act. Everyone has the right to protection and privacy of their personal information stored in each corresponding PIF,
under the Access to Information Law. For more information about the PIFs related to the commercial lines and services of IRCC and the access of the
Government of Canada to information and privacy programs, visit the Infosource website or contact the Call Center. IRCC. Info Source
It is also available at public libraries throughout Canada.
I have read and understood the previous statement.
I declare that the information I have provided in this application is true, complete and accurate.
I know that a false statement is an offense under section 127 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act and may result in inadmissibility to Canada or an expulsion from Canada.
I acknowledge that by typing my name and clicking Sign, I sign this request electronically.
I declare that I have read, understood and accept the terms and conditions
To sign, enter your name as it appears on your passport.
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