2523Re: Self Financial sufficiency
- Dec 17, 2004Hi Ilyas,
First of all, please keep in mind that I'm no expert, so don't take my
advice for Gospel truth.
> Many thanks to ducthanhcanada, prady nilson and naughty jimmy fortheir vaulable inputs, however in Immigration quebec website it has
given that we must carry $2446 for the first 3 months expenses, so is
it the minimum amount we must carry???
>I believe it's the minimum amount you have to prove you possess when
submitting your *Quebec* immigration application.
> Then what about the $ 9897 which has given in the federal website???I believe it's the minimum amount you have to prove you possess when
submitting your *Federal* immigration application.
> Being a quebec nominee, which one (either quebec or federal) shouldwe suppose to follow and if I am carrying $2446 along with me, will it
be any problem with immigration officer at the airport???
Frankly, I don't know which amount applies to Quebec nominees,
but anyway, once again, don't carry much cash while travelling,
because it's dangerous to carry large amounts of cash.
I believe you should prepare to produce to customs/immigration officer
when landing some sort of bank statement proving the amount of your funds.
> Secondly I am a UK resident and HSBC account holder, will it bealright if I carry only HSBC bank statement??? rather than draft or
travellers cheques along with me as HSBC also have presence in Canada
and the bank is very flexible globally for all its services???
I assume a bank statement is OK.
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