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    Thank you for taking good care of Martha and making her stay enjoyable. Now she wants to move to Quebec!

    Martha’s mother, Manitoba to Quebec
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    Is your child a first-time applicant? If so, you must upload a completed declaration form signed by you, your child, and a designated official (see step 4), along with one of the following supporting documents:

    • your child’s Canadian birth certificate; or
    • proof of their Canadian citizenship (both sides); or
    • proof of permanent-resident status (both sides).

    If you have applied for your child before, you do not need to supply supporting documents. You will only need to upload a completed declaration form signed by you, your child, and a designated official (see step 4).

    Step 1: If you haven’t already done so, read about the different institutions your child can attend, and choose their preferences.

    Step 2: Create an online profile (or log in to your existing profile).

    Step 3: Create an application. Don’t forget to save it by clicking on the Finish button before printing it. The print version of your application will be two pages long. It will contain a declaration form and an information page. Don’t panic if you don’t see your child’s preferences. They are saved in the system.

    Step 4: Take your declaration form to a designated official (teacher, principal, guidance counsellor) at your child’s school and ask them to complete the section under the heading “Signature and Seal” with the institution’s stamp or seal.

    Step 5: Sign and date the bottom of the declaration form. Your child must sign, as well.

    Step 6: Scan all of your required supporting documents as a separate PDF or take detailed photos of each (accepted image file formats: .jpg, .tiff, and .png). Upload each file, using the corresponding button in the SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS section of your online profile.

    Step 7: Expect a few weeks for your child’s application to be processed. You can also check your child’s online profile to see if the status has changed. But don’t worry—you will receive email updates (to the email address you provided) throughout the process.