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Hey guys, I've been silently following this forum since we first decided to go over a year ago. In July my wife and I got our Invitation to Apply in the Federal Skilled Workers class. Most of our paperwork is finished and uploaded but proof of funds seems to be a lot more vague. It's difficult to find examples because obviously nobody wants to share their finances. We have enough funds in our bank accounts and an investment account. She's the main applicant. So if anyone has any advice on any of the following points it'd help a lot: What format did you use? Did you have a cover letter breaking down your finances? What should I say? How much detail should I go into? Should I make a table of all our accounts for the last 6 months? Did you include any other pages other than a cover letter, proof of funds letter, and 6 months statements? Regarding our bank accounts, are eStatements fine or should I get stamped statements? For our investment account are quarterly statements fine? We've visited 2 ABSA branches and one manager straight up told us they don't do proof of fund letters. What should we do? Am I missing something? Everything has gone very smoothly up until now and I'm worried I mess this up.
Hi there all, Been lurking for a few weeks... I'm currently waiting for FNB to get me my proof of funds letter...they are taking forever, and sent me around in circles for a week...apparently I'm the first FNB client to go via EE... So I was wondering whether anyone has tried submitting screenshots from 22seven to CIC, along with bank statements? The information they'd get from 22seven is way better and faster than any bank statements/bank letters, and shows the account balance, linked date, graphs ever since, etc. Only thing is it's not as "official" as bank statements or the mythical letter. I'm very tempted to submit screenshots of all my accounts, their current values, and their graphs for the last year.
Take note of the new figures! Settlement funds requirement for EE has changed. Story here - http://www.canadavisa.com/news/updated-settlement-funds-requirement-express-entry-immigration-canada.html CIC updated page here - http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/funds.asp
MaryJane posted a topic in ApplicationHi guys There's been a change to the figures on the settlement funds requirement. Please make sure your EE profiles have the "correct" amounts. http://www.canadavisa.com/news/entry/slight-change-made-to-settlement-funds-requirement-for-skilled-immigration-to-canada-13-01-2016.html As at January 12, 2016 Single - $12,164 Family of 2 - $15,143 Family of 3 - $18,617 Family of 4 - $22,603 Family of 5 - $25,636 Family of 6 - $28,913 Family of 7 - $32,191