Residence Questionnaire ("RQ")
A Residence Questionnaire is part of your application for Canadian citizenship. In the recent years, the Canadian government is getting stricter on Citizenship applications. IRCC (formerly CIC) sends the RQ to applicants for citizenship who they suspect may not have met the residence requirement to become a Canadian citizen. There are many reasons why IRCC may have sent you the RQ.
Filling out Residence Questionnaire and prepare all related documents or proof can be cumbersome and time consumed. In order to get all the documents ready and submit them within the requested deadline, you need a professional to assist you.
Documents to be included with the RQ are:
- Absences from Canada;
- Proof of Residence;
- Proof of Education;
- Proof of Employment;
- Proof of Property or Business Ownership;
- Other proof of your presence in Canada.
Avoid the refusal of your application due to filling of the forms without knowledge of the law. Once an application is refused, a permanent record is created. Seek professional help from an experienced, ICCRC certified consultant. Get help by contacting our service hotline at (647)797-2318 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org to book a consultation today!