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Appendix ‘A’ Acceptable Forms of Identification

Prior to disbursement of funds, we require you to ascertain the identity of each mortgagor, guarantor and , where applicable, signing officer. Each mortgagor, guarantor and where applicable, signing officer must present to you for examination:

  • 1.

    Two pieces of Identification from PART “A”, provided that at least one of them bears the person’s photo, and at least one of them bears the person’s signature, or

  • 2.

    One piece of Identification from PART “A” and one piece of Identification from PART “B”, provided that the piece from PART “A” bears the person’s photo, and at least one of them bears the person’s signature.

(“Acceptable Identification”). No other form of identification is acceptable. All identification must be original, valid, legible and not substantially damaged. Each mortgagor, guarantor and signing officer is required to be physically present when you ascertain his or her identity.

Part “A”

  • Birth certificate issued in Canada

  • Canadian passport

  • Certificate of Canadian Citizenship or Certificate of Naturalization

(paper document or laminated card, but not a commemorative issue)

  • Certificate of Indian Status issued by the Government of Canada

  • Correctional Service Canada identification card with the individual's

name and photo

  • Driver’s license issued in Canada, as permitted to be used for identification purposes under provincial law

    • If a driver's license is presented, record the province or territory in which the license was issued.

    • In Quebec only, a driver's license can be used only if an individual volunteers it when asked for identification.

  • Document or card, with the individual's photo and signature, issued by any of the following authorities or their successors:

    • Alberta Registries

    • Department of Government Services and Lands of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador

    • Department of Service, Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations

    • Department of Transportation and Public Works of the province of Prince Edward Island

    • Department of Transportation of the Northwest Territories

    • Insurance Corporation of British Columbia

    • Saskatchewan Government Insurance

    • Service New Brunswick.

    • Department of Community Government and Transportation of the Territory of Nunavut

  • Government of Canada employee identity card with the individual's

name and photo

  • Canadian Forces Identification card

  • Canadian Firearms License

  • Liquor Control Board Age of Majority (BYID) card

  • Municipal, provincial or federal police force identification

  • Permanent Resident (PR) Card or Citizenship and Immigration Canada

Form IMM 1000, IMM 1442 or IMM 5292

  • Provincial health card, as permitted to be used for identification purposes under provincial law. This identification:

    • isn't valid for Ontario, Manitoba or Prince Edward Island

    • In Quebec, can only be used if the individual volunteers it when

asked for identification.

Part “B”

  • CIBC personal Convenience Card

  • Convenience Card issued by another well-known and reputable Canadian financial institution, with the individual's name embossed on the card and their signature

  • CIBC non-personal Convenience Cards that are embossed with the person’s name

  • Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) card with the individual's photograph and signature

  • Certificate of Registration of Birth Abroad

  • Certificate of Retention of Canadian Citizenship

  • Credit card issued by a well-known and reputable retail store in the

individual's name or showing his/her name embossed on the card with the individual's signature

  • Employee identity card, issued by an employer that is well known to the community

  • Foreign passport (excluding United Kingdom and United States passports)

  • Major credit card (e.g., VISA, MasterCard, American Express) issued by a well-known and reputable Canadian financial institution, including CIBC, with the individual’s name embossed on the card and their signature

  • Provincial hunting/fishing license (Outdoor card)

  • Senior citizen’s privilege card issued by a well-known and reputable

retail store, with the individual’s name

  • United Kingdom driver’s license

  • United State’s driver’s license

  • Veterans Affairs Canada Health Card

Old Age Security (OAS) identification card issued by the Government of Canada before January 2008 that has both a social insurance number (SIN) and signature. Note: OAS cards issued after January 2008 don’t have a SIN or Signature and can’t be used as acceptable identification.

  • In Quebec, the OAS cards can only be used if the individual volunteers it when asked for identification.

  • Social Insurance Number (SIN) card issued by the Government of Canada

  • United Kingdom passport

  • United States passport

  • United States Permanent Resident Card (Green Card )

  • Manitoba Identification Card (MPIC) issued by the Manitoba Public

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