Proof of funds

Old Sep 30th 2003, 9:08 pm
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Hello,

I'd like to apply for the Canadian permanent resident visa as a
skilled worker. I know, that when I arrive in Canada the Customs
officer aks me to show proof of my funds in the form of money,
bankers' drafts or cheques etc.
My question is: Is it allowed to proove my funds with real estate at
the beginning of the procedure, so when I send my application forms to
the Vienna visa office, and sell my house during the procedure and
show the Customs officer the price of it?
Thanks,
Zsuzsanna Pongracz
 
Old Sep 30th 2003, 9:48 pm
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You need to provide proof of funds with your application. These funds need to be readily transferable, bank accounts, certain types of investments etc.

The value of your property alone may not be enough. But then you shouldn't sell it until you get your visa.
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Old Oct 2nd 2003, 1:33 pm
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The value must be appraised/valued by certified valuers/appraisers. It can be movable, immovable assets incl., gold, Jewellery Etc.,
It is a good idea to show some cash in bank. (bank statement.
It can even be a few hundred dollars)

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Old Oct 2nd 2003, 3:56 pm
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"Raghu" <member@british_expats.com> wrote in message
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    > The value must be appraised/valued by certified valuers/appraisers. It
    > can be movable, immovable assets incl., gold, Jewellery Etc.,

Unless the rules on this have changed since 2001 then we were allowed to use
our personal evaluation of my wifes jewelry, etc


    > It is a good idea to show some cash in bank. (bank statement.
    > It can even be a few hundred dollars)
    > ~Raghu
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    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com

Raghu please read the prev post from Zsuzka he is applying from the Vienna
office, and not coming in from the US. He would have to show a damm sight
more than a few hundred dollars.
 

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