Provincial Nomination Schedule 4

Old Jan 25th 2011, 10:29 pm
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I notice the provincial nomination schedule 4 form requires the amount of Canadadian funds available to be stated.

There is nothing in the provincial nomination section on the CIC website or the guidance document about what sum is satisfactory. Does the FSW threshold apply to this also. ie for a family of 5 approx $25k needs to be available?

A copy of the schedule 4 form needs to go with the AINP form so pressumably the funds need to be available at that time?

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I notice the provincial nomination schedule 4 form requires the amount of Canadadian funds available to be stated.

There is nothing in the provincial nomination section on the CIC website or the guidance document about what sum is satisfactory. Does the FSW threshold apply to this also. ie for a family of 5 approx $25k needs to be available?

A copy of the schedule 4 form needs to go with the AINP form so pressumably the funds need to be available at that time?

Any feedback on this one much appreciated.
Hi - NSNP informed me that the amount only need show enough to cover the Federal Processing fees - of course we were already here and working in Canada though - one would assume it would be the same elsewhere (plus enough to cover any fee the relevant provincial nominee program charges).
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Hi - NSNP informed me that the amount only need show enough to cover the Federal Processing fees - of course we were already here and working in Canada though - one would assume it would be the same elsewhere (plus enough to cover any fee the relevant provincial nominee program charges).
yeah we were the same already working so just had the funds to cover the initial stuff and all went well

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Seems sensible enough that a lower threshold is applied to those already living and working in Canada. Are there any links to a written policy on this anywhere? I will probably contact the AINP people today to see what they say.
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