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Quebec residency – Situation 6

Renting, owning, or sharing a residence

If you rent:

Submit these:

  • Your Quebec Permanent Code
  • A sworn statement that you were not a full time student for an entire year during the 18 months prior to this semester.  You can print out a PDF version of this sworn statement, complete it, and have it witnessed by a commissioner of oaths at the Birks Student Services Centre.
  • A complete signed legible copy of your lease(s) covering the 12 months during which you lived in Quebec.
  • Two different pieces of official correspondence addressed to you, proving the receipt of mail during the 12-months at the address indicated on the lease.  These documents are acceptable:
    • public service invoices
    • driver’s license
    • official correspondence from a municipal, provincial or federal government
    • official correspondence from a financial institution
    • correspondence from an educational institution

If you lived at more than one address during the year then you must submit a copy of each lease and one item of correspondence mailed to each address.
 

If you own:

Submit these:

  • Your Quebec Permanent Code
  • A sworn statement that you were not a full time student for an entire year during the 18 months prior to this semester.  You can print out a PDF version of this sworn statement, complete it, and have it witnessed by a commissioner of oaths at the Birks Student Services Centre.
  • Copies of Municipal Tax or School Tax assessments covering the 12 months during which you lived in Quebec.
  • Two different pieces of official correspondence addressed to you, proving the receipt of mail during the 12-months at the address indicated on the lease.  These documents are acceptable:
    • public service invoices
    • driver’s license
    • official correspondence from a municipal, provincial or federal government
    • official correspondence from a financial institution
    • correspondence from an educational institution
 

If you share lodgings with someone else:

Submit these:

  • Your Quebec Permanent Code
  • A sworn statement that you were not a full time student for an entire year during the 18 months prior to this semester.  You can print out a PDF version of this sworn statement, complete it, and have it witnessed by a commissioner of oaths at the Birks Student Services Centre.
  • The lease or Municipal/School tax assessment of the person with whom you lived during the 12 months period in Quebec.
  • An official letter from the owner of the property confirming the dates when you lived at that property. A letter from your roommate is not acceptable.
  • Two different pieces of official correspondence addressed to you, proving the receipt of mail during the 12-months at the address indicated on the lease or Municipal/School tax assessment.  These documents are acceptable:
    • public service invoices
    • driver’s license
    • official correspondence from a municipal, provincial or federal government
    • official correspondence from a financial institution
    • correspondence from an educational institution
 

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