Saskatchewan Immigration Requirements for Supporting Households

Saskatchewan Immigration Requirements

The household that is supporting you as you endeavour to apply for the SINP must also meet requirements and provide documentation to satisfy an officer. As the applicant, you will need to provide proof of your relationship to supporting family household living in Saskatchewan.

In addition, you must provide photocopies of the following from your supporting household in Saskatchewan:

  • Canadian permanent resident card, or Canadian citizenship card, or Canadian passport
  • Proof that they have lived in Saskatchewan for the past year. This must include photocopies of:
    • Utility bills from the past year from either SaskPower; SaskEnergy; a city or town office. The program will not accept telephone, cellular or cable bills;
    • Saskatchewan Health Cards of all the members of the supporting household
    • Saskatchewan Driver’s license.
  • Proof that you are a registered tenant at your address (lease agreement and rental receipts or proof of ownership) in Saskatchewan and names of other occupants at your address including their relationship to you.
  • Proof that they have been self-supporting. This must include photocopies of:
    • Proof of employment for the past year. This can either be copies of paystubs for the year or a letter from your employer stating your position, start date, and wage. This letter should be on company letter head.
    • At least one year of your bank statements from your principal bank account or credit card indicating all transactions made to and from those accounts from the past year.

If your supporting household previously supported a family member you must show that the applicant has economically established themselves in Saskatchewan. The previous applicant will be required to submit photocopies of the following:

Proof of Permanent Resident status or Canadian Citizenship through photocopies of one of the following:

  • Canadian permanent resident card;
  • Canadian citizenship card; or
  • Canadian passport.

Proof that they have been living in Saskatchewan for the past six months. This must include photocopies of the following:

– Utility bills from the past six months from either SaskPower; SaskEnergy; a city or town office. We will not accept telephone, cellular or cable bills;

  • Saskatchewan Health Cards of all the members of the previous application;
  • Saskatchewan Driver’s license; and
  • Proof that they are a registered tenant at a Saskatchewan address (lease agreement and rental receipts OR proof of ownership) and names of other occupants at this address including their relationship to them.

You must also include Proof that they have been self-supporting. This must include photocopies of the following:

  • Proof of employment for the past six months. This can either be copies of paystubs or a letter from your employer stating their position, start date, and wage. This letter should be on company letter head;
  • At least six months of their bank statements from their principal bank
  • account and credit card indicating all transactions made to and from those accounts from the past six months.

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