Letter Of Confirmation Of Residence

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“What is a letter of confirmation of residence? How can I get one?

This letter is a piece of ID you can use to prove your address, if one of these living situations applies to you:

-you live on a First Nations reserve or in an Inuit hamlet
-you are a student living on campus
-you live in a seniors’ residence, long-term care facility or shelter
-you live on the streets, but use the services of a shelter or soup kitchen.

You can get this letter from the administrator of a First Nations band or reserve, an Inuit local authority, a student residence, seniors’ residence, long-term care facility, shelter or soup kitchen.

If you can, print the letter of confirmation of residence form and ask the administrator to complete it and sign it. We will also accept a letter from the administrator that is printed on the letterhead of the…

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