Your identity and age
Each person must prove the Claimant’s identity (name, current address, date of birth, photo) and
The Claimant must have been 18 years of age or older on Decembre 21, 2000.
Examples of documents that contain this information :
- A valid driver’s license; or
- A valid health insurance card and another identification in the same name that
the Claimant’s current address.
Your authority to act
(only if you are submitting a claim on behalf of someone else)
If you are submitting a claim on behalf of a Claimant with a legal incapacity or who is deceased, you
demonstrate your authority to act on their behalf.
Here are the documents you must submit:
- In case of incapacity : the legal document that demonstrates the mandate to administer the
- In the event of death : the required documents are identified in paragraph 52(c) of the
Protocol (click here)
Address(es) and period(s) of residence claimed
(only if you did not reside on the military base)
Each claimant must demonstrate their residence for all months of the period(s)
indicated on their Form. It is not enough to demonstrate ownership of a building. You
must also show that you resided there during the entire period(s) claimed.
No specific documents are required. You may submit any documents that
establish that you resided at the address(es) for the entire period(s) claimed.
Examples include: a deed of purchase and deed of sale or a lease or tax bills with
telephone, electricity, cable bills, tax assessment notices.
* If you resided on the military base, you do not have to
prove residence at the time
you submit your claim. You will be contacted later if such proof is required.
Care of or responsibility for a child
(only if you want to claim the lump sum compensation for children)