Proof of residence
Proof of residence consists of one of the following:
- copies of all the pages of your residential lease or valid rental contract made out in your name, including the location (address) and duration of the rental, as well as the signature of the parties, i.e. your signature and that of the owner (renter) or of the owner's representative;
- copies of all the pages of the notarized deed of purchase or deed of hypothec of your residential property, specifying the name of the parties (buyer, seller or financial institution), the location (address of the property or building) and the signature of the parties;
- an attestation from your employer specifying that you hold a job in Québec and containing your name, as well as the name, address, and telephone number of the employer (person, company or organization), date of signature and signature of the employer or of the employer's representative. The attestation must have been issued in the 45 days before it is received at the Régie;
- an attestation from an accredited educational institution located in Québec, dated and signed by a designated officer or bearing a seal confirming your enrolment in a program of studies. It must show your name and the institution contact information, and be issued in the 45 days before it is received at the Régie. The educational institution must be a primary-, secondary-, college- or university-level establishment, and the program of studies must lead to a diploma or attestation of studies;
- a sworn statement sworn statement
A statement made under oath and signed before a commissioner for oaths. from the owner, the owner's representative or the tenant (whose name appears on the lease) of the residence where you live, issued in the 45 days before it is received at the Régie;
- a copy of a telephone, electricity or cable bill, or tax notice (municipal or school tax), showing your name and address, along with a sworn statement sworn statement
A statement made under oath and signed before a commissioner for oaths. confirming that you live at the address.
Please note that a letter addressed to you is not accepted as proof of residence in Québec.