QUÉBEC RESIDENT STATUS FORM FOR CANADIAN CITIZENS

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QUÉBEC RESIDENT STATUS FORM
FOR CANADIAN CITIZENS AND PERMANENT RESIDENTS OF CANADA
FORM FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS
Permanent code assigned by the Ministère de
l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport (MELS):
Last name:
First name:
Introduction:
The rules that apply to the definition of Québec resident status are set by the Ministère de l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport (MELS). Educational
institutions are responsible for applying the rules, informing students, invoicing them and collecting supporting documents.
Students are responsible for confirming their status and providing their educational institution with the required documents before the end of the
current semester.
Important note to students: For all questions concerning your Québec resident status, please contact your educational institution. If your Québec
resident status is confirmed before the end of the current semester, your additional tuition fees will be reimbursed for this semester.
PART 1: LEGAL STATUS IN CANADA
1 Canadian citizen or Native person born in Québec
❏
2 Canadian citizen or Native person born in
Canada, but not in Québec
❏
3 Canadian citizen or Native person born
outside of Canada
❏
4 Permanent resident of Canada
❏
If you were born in Québec, you must provide your educational institution with a copy of your
birth certificate (if you have not done so already) and you do not have to complete this form.
If you were born in Canada, but not in Québec, you must provide your educational institution
with a copy of your birth certificateA (if you have not done so already) and complete Part 2 of
this form.
If you are a Canadian citizen who was born outside of Canada, you must provide your educational
institution with a copy of your Canadian citizenship certificateA (if you have not done so already)
and complete Part 2 of this form.
If you have a Canadian permanent resident card or immigration form IMM-5292 or IMM-1000,
you must provide your educational institution with a copy of the card or form (if you have not
done so already) and complete Part 2 of this form.
A- Or your valid certificate of Indian status issued by the federal government or your valid Inuit status card issued by the Makivik Corporation
If none of these situations applies to you, you must pay the additional tuition fees prescribed for foreign students.
PART 2: RESIDENCY IN QUÉBEC
To claim Québec resident status, you must demonstrate that one of the following situations applies to you. Please check off the appropriate situation
and provide your educational institution with the required documents (see the list of these documents on the following page).
Situation Documents required
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(reserved for employees)
1 ❏ You have a birth certificate that meets MELS criteria. 1
2 ❏ Your Québec resident status has already been recognized by a Québec educational NoneA institution and you have demonstrated continuity of studies in a college, without interrupting your studies for more than two semesters (excluding the summer semester)
3 ❏ You have a Québec selection certificate (certificat de sélection du Québec–CSQ). 3
4 ❏ One of your parents or your sponsorB has his or her main residence in Québec.
(5 or [7 and 8]) and
(10 or 11) 01
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5 ❏
6 ❏
7 ❏
8 ❏
9 ❏
10❏
11❏
12❏
13❏
14❏
04
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You resided in Québec for 12 months before the beginning of the semester and you 4 or (6 and 8)
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were not studying full-time at a Québec educational institution during that 12-month period.
You are receiving financial assistance from Aide financière aux études du Québec or you 9
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are a former recipient and did not interrupt your studies for more than two semesters
(not including the summer semester).
At the time of registration or before the end of the semester, you had been residing in (4 or [6 and 8]) and 18 64
Québec for more than three months and you had not resided elsewhere in Canada for more than three months since your arrival in the country.
Your spouseC is considered a Québec resident according to one of the
(13 or 14) and proof of your
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situations falling under Part 2.
spouse’s Québec resident status
You are a member of a Native nation in Québec. 15 and 16 or (16 and 20) 53
You have continued to reside in Québec even though your parents or
(4 or [6 and 8]) and 7
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sponsorB no longer reside here. and (10 or 11) You were adopted by a person residing in Québec at the time of the adoption. 1 or 2 02
Your two parents or sponsorB are deceased and one of your parents or your
(10 or 11) and 12 03
sponsor was residing in Québec at the time of the death. Your Québec resident status has already been recognized by a Québec
4 or (6 and 8) or 19 69
educational institution during the last five years and, during that period, you
resided in Québec during three consecutive years.
You are a student living in a foster home in Québec. 17 68
A- The educational institution will consult the MELS’ information systems. B- Sponsor within the meaning of the Act respecting immigration to Québec. C- The definition
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of spouse according to the Act respecting financial assistance for education expenses (see Additional Explanations, point n)
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QUÉBEC RESIDENT STATUS
FOR CANADIAN CITIZENS AND PERMANENT RESIDENTS OF CANADA
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DOCUMENTS REQUIRED
1
Québec birth certificate that meets MELS criteria
2
Valid adoption judgment
3
Québec selection certificate (certificat de sélection du Québec–CSQ), or immigration form IMM-1000 or IMM-5292 with CSQ number, or official
letter from the Ministère de l’Immigration et des Communautés culturelles confirming the issue of a CSQ before permanent residency was
obtained
4
Your Québec health insurance card that demonstrates the situation checked off in Part 2
5
Your parent’s or sponsor’s Québec health insurance card that demonstrates the situation checked off in Part 2
6
One of the following documents in your name, where the dates demonstrate the situation checked off in Part 2: municipal tax assessment, school
tax assessment, mortgage statement, lease, or letter from the landlord and copy of the lease that establish residency
7
One of the following documents in your parent’s or sponsor’s name, where the dates demonstrate the situation checked off in Part 2: municipal
tax assessment, school tax assessment, mortgage statement, lease, or letter from the landlord and copy of the lease that establish residency
8
Two extracts from different documents in the name of the person concerned attesting to the receipt of mail during the period in question at the
address indicated on the lease or tax assessment. The following documents will be accepted: public service invoices, driver’s licence, official
correspondence from a municipal, provincial or federal government, official correspondence from a financial institution, official correspondence
from an educational institution other than the institution to which you are submitting this form.
9
Proof of a student loan granted by Aide financière aux études du Québec and, if needed, transcripts that demonstrate the continuity of studies
10 Your birth certificate or official immigration document indicating the names of both parents
11 Immigration form IMM-5292 or IMM-1000 indicating the sponsor’s name
12 Death certificate for your father and mother or your sponsor (at least one must be issued by the Directeur de l’état civil du Québec)
13 Marriage certificate or proof of civil union
14 Birth certificate for your child or your spouse’s child and a sworn statement by you attesting to cohabitation
15 A valid certificate of Indian status issued by the federal government of Canada (if it has not already been submitted to the educational
institution)
16 Your registry group (or band) officially recognized in Québec or letter from the band council confirming that you are a member of a Native nation
in Québec or, for beneficiaries of the James Bay and Northern Québec Agreement, a card issued by the Grand Council of the Cree or a letter
from the Makivik Corporation indicating your beneficiary number and confirming your settlement in Québec
17 Court order indicating the foster home
18 Document showing the date on which you obtained permanent residency (IMM-1000, IMM-5292 or other) as well as the file demonstrating that
you have not resided elsewhere in Canada for more than three months since the date when you obtained permanent resident residency (proof to
be established over the last 10 years at the most)
19 Proof of full time registration at least during 2 semesters per year (fall and winter) during the period in question
20 Valid Inuit status card or letter confirming Inuit status, issued by the Makivik Corporation
N. B. The documents required will be used only to establish the student’s Québec resident status.
Note: For additional explanation of the documents, consult the website: Québec Resident Status Form
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