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TitleCanada Immigration Forms: 5414E
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Table of Contents
                            Contact Information
Overview
How to Complete the Forms
Submitting Your Application
What Happens Next?
Appendix A Citizenship and Immigration Centres
Appendix B Financial Guidelines
                        
Document Text Contents
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IMMIGRATION

Canada

Cette trousse est également
disponible en français

Citizenship and
Immigration Canada

Citoyenneté et
Immigration Canada

This application is made available free by
Citizenship and Immigration Canada and
is not to be sold to applicants.

IMM 5414E (06–2007)

Refugee Sponsorship
Application

Group of Five

Table of Contents

Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

How to Complete the Forms. . . . . . . . . . . 4

Submitting Your Application . . . . . . . . . . 12

What Happens Next? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Appendices:

A - Citizenship and Immigration Centres

B - Financial Guidelines

Forms:

Undertaking/Application to Sponsor
(IMM 5373)

Financial Profile (IMM 5373B)

Settlement Plan and Financial Assessment
(IMM 5373A)

Sponsor Assessment (IMM 5492)

Use of a Representative (IMM 5476)

Document Checklist (IMM 5437)

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2 Refugee Sponsorship Application

Contact Information

Web site
For more information on the programs offered by Citizenship and Immigration Canada, visit our Web site
at www.cic.gc.ca. For some types of applications you can inform us of a change of address and find out what
is happening with your application through on-line services on the Web site.

Within Canada
If you are in Canada, you can also phone our Call Centre. An automated telephone service is available
seven days a week, 24 hours a day and is easy to use if you have a touch-tone phone. You can listen to
pre-recorded information on many programs, order application forms, and for some types of applications
the automated service can even update you on the status of your case.

When you call, have a pen and paper ready to record the information you need. Listen carefully to the
instructions and press the number for the selection you want. At any time during your call, you may press

* (the star key) to repeat a message, 9 to return to the main menu, 0 to speak to an agent, or 8 to end your
call. If you have a rotary phone, wait for an agent to answer your call.

If you need to speak to an agent, you must call Monday to Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. local time.

Using a text telephone?

Call our TTY service from Monday to Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. local time at: 1-888-576-8502
(toll-free).

Outside Canada
If you are outside Canada, you can contact a Canadian embassy, high commission or consulate. Consult our
Web site for addresses, phone numbers and Web site addresses of our visa offices.

From anywhere in Canada, call 1-888-242-2100 (toll-free)

This publication is available in alternative formats upon request.

This is not a legal document. For legal information, refer to the Immigration and Refugee
Protection Act and Regulations or the Citizenship Act and Regulations, as applicable.

http://www.cic.gc.ca
https://services3.cic.gc.ca/ols/ols.do
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/offices/index.asp

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http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/representative/index.asp
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/pdf/kits/forms/IMM5373AE.PDF

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• Per single plus two family members $2,075
• Per couple without accompanying family members $1,625
• Per couple plus accompanying family members $1,915
• For each additional family member $350

Food Staples: flour, sugar, rice, spices and condiments, detergent, cleansers, etc.

• $100 for the first person in each household
• $75 for each additional family member to a maximum of $400

Assistance Loan: The initial start-up cheque could include an assistance loan for the security deposit or last
month’s rent, for telephone deposit and for a deposit to the utility company where required. If two or more
singles are sharing the same dwelling, they may want to share one telephone in order to share the deposit
costs.

Children Under Six Years: Refugees who arrive with children under the age of six years as of the date of
arrival or who have a baby within their first year in Canada may be issued an additional $50 per month on
top of their normal food and incidental rate. This money is intended to cover the cost of diapers, laundry,
formula and other infant needs.

Maternity Allowance: On receipt of a physician’s letter confirming pregnancy, a one time $150 additional
clothing allowance and $37 per month allowance to assist with special dietary needs may be approved. This
allowance may be issued for a maximum of six months within the entitlement period or until the birth of a
baby, whichever comes first.

Newborn Allowance: About one month prior to the expected due date, the client may be issued $500 to
purchase clothing, furniture, etc. for the baby. This allowance can be issued if the due date (provided in
writing from a physician) is not more than 21 days after the last date of the entitlement period.

School Start-Up Allowance: This allowance of $150 for children between 4-18 years of age is paid to help
defray costs for school supplies, activity fees, gym clothing, etc. It is normally issued on a one-time basis
and should be included in the entitlement payment for the month of August or later during the school year.
However, some families may require this amount twice if the entitlement period covers two school years.

Special Diet Allowance: This allowance is paid to individuals who provide a letter from a physician. The
maximum allowable is $100 per month above the normal food and incidental rate.
B-2 Refugee Sponsorship: Group of 5

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