Who needs an IMM 5562 form?
All the individuals who want to immigrate to Canada need so complete this form. The IMM 5562 is a supplementary form which contains information about the applicant’s family’s travels to foreign countries in the last ten years. The form is filed with the Citizenship and Immigration Canada together with Application for permanent residence.
What is the IMM 5562 for?
This form is required by Citizenship and Immigration Canada to obtain the requisite information for the immigration process.
Is the IMM 5562 accompanied by other forms?
The IMM 5562 is a part of the Application for permanent residence. As such, it is always sent together with the rest of the application.
When is the IMM 5562 due?
The form IMM 5562 should be sent once you have completed the application form.
How do I fill out the IMM 5562 form?
The form should be filled out by the principal applicant. If you need more space, you can add a sheet of paper and print your name and the form’s title on it. First, you should type your full name. After this list all the trips you or your family members made outside your country of origin or residence within the last ten years (or since your 18th birthday) regardless of the trips type (business, tourism, training). If you didn’t travel for the specified period, check “did not travel”.
Table A is for your trips, table B is for your spouse or common-law partners travels, tables C, D, and E are for your dependant children 18 years old or older. You should indicate the dates of the trip, its length, destination and purpose of travel. It is not necessary sign this form, as it provides supplementary information to your application.
Where do I send the IMM 5562 form?
This form must be filed with the Citizenship and Immigration Canada as a part of Application for permanent residence.