Canadian National Issue (SIN) The “Sin Nambar” is a unique 9 digit number assigned to each individual. This number is used to identify people working in Canada and those who need to use Canadian government benefits and services.
All newcomers to Canada are required to apply for this number. Receiving this card is free of charge. If you work with a work visa in Canada, the first digit starts at 9 and appears at the bottom of the credit card card, which must be renewed before expiration.
If you use the postal service to apply for a SIN, it is advisable to use a custom post to send the documents.
Parents or legal guardians can apply for a SIN card for children under the age of 12, individuals at the age of 12 can apply for a SIN card personally.
Some people or business owners may ask you to give your SIN number, but this is not legal and is strictly forbidden.
Each SIN number is issued exclusively to a specific person and its use by others is illegal.
Use of Social Security Number (SIN)
You are required to use SIN in the following cases:
Getting started on a new job
Fill in the income tax form
Demand for government benefits (such as employment insurance or tax benefits for children (
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