Special Service for New Comer Through our Office in Canada:
The Social Insurance Number (SIN) is a nine-digit number that you need to work in Canada or to have access to government programs and benefits.
A SIN is issued to one person only and it cannot legally be used by anyone else.
To apply for your SIN, to obtain a confirmation of your SIN or to amend your SIN record, simply gather all the required original documents and take them to the nearest Service Canada office. If everything is in order, you will get your SIN during your visit and you will not need to part with your documents
If you are a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident or a temporary resident, you need a Social Insurance Number (SIN) to work in Canada or to receive benefits and services from government programs.
Children who are 12 years of age or older may apply for their own SIN.
Parents and individuals who are legally authorized to act on behalf of the applicant (for example, a legal guardian or legal representative) can also apply for a SIN for children under the age of majority in their province, and adults in their care.
Required Documents to Apply for Social Security Number (SIN Number):
- Permanent Resident Card (PR Card)
- Permanent Residence Certificate (IMM 5292)
- GEOGRAPHY OF NUMBERS
The first digit of the SIN identifies the province where it was registered. 1 covers Atlantic Canada (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador), and overseas residents. 2-3 is used in Quebec. 4-5 is used in Ontario, excluding northwestern Ontario. 6 is for prairie provinces (Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta), Northwest Territories, Nunavut and northwestern Ontario. 7 is used in the Pacific region (British Columbia and Yukon). 8 and 0 are not used.
Talk To our Expert for more Information:
Call us at 33 7 55 25 97 49, +1 604 537 5594 or+98 21 88 48 11 00 or email us at [email protected]