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List 1

Proof of Citizenship /
OHIP-Eligible Immigration
Status

Canadian Citizens

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Ontario Health Insurance
Coverage Document List
You will need one document from each
list. All documents must be originals,
photocopies are NOT accepted. The
Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
and its agent, ServiceOntario, reserve the
right to request additional documents.

List 1 – Proofof Citizenship or
OHIP-Eligible Immigration
Status is:
A document to prove you are a Canadian
Citizen or hold another immigration status
that makes you eligible for Ontario health
insurance coverage.

S

Canadian Certificate of Registration of Birth
Abroad

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Certified Statement of Live Birth from a
Canadian province or territory

S

Certificate of Canadian Citizenship orCertificate of Naturalization (paper document

Proof of Residency

List 3

Support of Identity

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Child Tax Benefit Statement

S

Canadian Immigration Identification Card

S

Employer record (pay stub or letter from
employer on company letterhead)

S

Certificate of Canadian Citizenship
(plastic card)

S

Income tax assessment (most recent)

S

S

Insurance policy(home, tenant, auto or life)

Certificate of Indian Status
(paper or plastic card)

S

Monthly mailed bank account statements
for savings or chequing accounts (does not
include receipts, bank books, letters or
automated teller receipts)

S

Confirmation of Permanent Residence
(IMM 5292) (only if signature is displayed)

S

Credit card

S

Current employee ID

or card, notcommemorative issue)

S

Mortgage, rental or lease agreement

S

Current professional association licence

S

Certificate of Indian Status (paper or plastic

S

Ontario Motor Vehicle Permit (plate or
vehicle portions)

S

Old Age Security card

S

Registered Indian Record (certified)

S

Property tax bill

S

Ontario Motor Vehicle Permit
(plate portion)

SValid Canadian Passport or Canadian
Passport expired not more than 5 years

S

School, college or university report card or
transcript

S

Passport (Canadian or foreign)

Permanent Residents / Landed Immigrants

S

Statement of Direct Deposit for Ontario Works
or for Ontario Disability Support Program

S

Permanent Resident Card
(only if signature is displayed)

S

Recordof Landing (IMM 1000)

S

Student ID card

card)

S

Canadian Immigration Identification Card

S

Confirmation of Permanent Residence
(IMM 5292, 5688)

S

Statement of Employment Insurance
Benefits Paid T4E

S

Valid Permanent Resident Card or
Permanent Resident Card expired not more
than five years

S

Statement of Old Age Security T4A (OAS)
or Statement of CanadaPension Plan
Benefits T4A(P)

S

Union card

S

Valid Ontario Driver’s Licence or
Temporary Driver’s Licence

S

Record of Landing (IMM 1000)

S

Statement of Registered Retirement
Savings Plan (RRSP), Registered
Retirement Income Fund (RRIF) or
Registered Home Ownership Savings Plan
(RHOSP) from a financial institution (bank,
trust company, credit union)

S

Valid OntarioPhoto Card

Other Immigration Status
S

List 2 – Proof of Residency in Ontario is:
A document that displays your name and
current home address and confirms that
your primary place of residence is in
Ontario.

Birth Certificate from a Canadian province
or territory (issued under the Vital Statistics Act)

List 2

Letter from Immigration and Refugee Board
confirming ConventionRefugee or
Protected Person status

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Protected Person Status document

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Temporary Resident Permit (restrictions apply)

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Work Permit (proof of full-time employment in

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Written confirmation from Citizenship and
Immigration Canada that you are eligible to
apply for Canadian citizenship under
section 5.1 of the Citizenship Act (Canada)

List 3 – Support of Identity is:...
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