Like no other form validation library, simply write in English your requirements inside your form HTML tags, Parsley will do the rest!No need to write even a single Java Script line for simple form validation.Once you have your checklist code, you can apply online for your TRV, study or work permit. In order to submit any application form online to IRCC, you obviously need to 'sign' it.If you do not get a personal checklist code from the questionnaire, you must submit a paper application to the nearest VAC. But though it is possible to "sign" many pdfs nowadays, IRCC hasn't quite caught up to that standard yet.In fact, it's still a relative luxury to be able to submit forms online, because the government has only recently caught up with the private sector in terms of providing service online.
If your Java Script is turned off, you won't be able to validate your form(s) even if you have the latest version of Reader and you have completed the form properly.(You shouldn't even be able to see the form if you are using an older version than Reader X.) Adobe Reader updates multiple times a year, so it's quite possible you don't have the latest version, especially if you haven't allowed automatic updates. We recommend using Adobe Reader for all IRCC documents, but if you love your PDF reader, you can always consult an online help forum for your program of choice.The other major hurdle for validating IRCC forms is your Java Script settings.Note: This solution is fully compatible with the built in Validation system in Nintex Forms however, this validation will occur prior to the form being evaluated by the built in Forms Validation.
One of the biggest hurdles facing both temporary and permanent immigrants to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada's online system (at ca), which can be confusing for anyone who has never used it before.So you don't need to worry about 'signing' these forms.