FSW Step 11 - Get police certificates
Police certificates are needed to prove that you do not have any problem with your country laws.
It is required one certificate for you and each family member older than 18 that will travel with you.
If you lived in another country for more than 6 months in a row on the previous 10 years, you will need a certificate
from that country police as well.
Police certificates might take a long time to be done, so you are encouraged to create one on the moment you create a profile.
On the other hand, it cannot be more than 6 months old when you submit your application.
How to get police certificates
Each country has different entities and processes.
Please visit IRCC website
for instructions on how to get one for several different countries.
Any document that is not in english or french must be translated by a certified translator,
including police certificates. More information
FSW Step 1 - Understand the whole process
FSW Step 2 - Check eligibility
FSW Step 3 - Inform dependents
FSW Step 4 - Find out your NOC
FSW Step 5 - Get passport(s) ready
FSW Step 6 - Do English Exam
FSW Step 7 - Get an ECA
FSW Step 8 - Create and submit profile
FSW Step 9 - Wait for ITA
FSW Step 10 - Fill out the online form
FSW Step 11 - Get Police Certificates
FSW Step 12 - Get Medical Exams
FSW Step 13 - Get Proof of Funds
FSW Step 14 - Get Work Experience Letters
FSW Step 15 - Translate all documents
FSW Step 16 - Scan and upload documents
FSW Step 17 - Pay the fees
FSW Step 18 - Submit application
FSW Step 19 - Receive request for Biometrics
FSW Step 20 - Schedule and do Biometrics
FSW Step 21 - Wait for approval
FSW Step 22 - Send passport to VAC
FSW Step 23 - Receive COPR + visa
FSW Step 24 - Arrange travel
FSW Step 25 - Do the landing
FSW Step 26 - Receive PR Card