New Players with International Birth Certificates
Please note, this process can take time and can delay start date, please fill out ASAP.
All parents must provide the required forms and supporting documentation and email them to email@example.com.
Forms can be filled electronically. If you choose to fill them by hand, please scan them. PCAHA do not accept photos.
A member who was not born in Canada (even though he is a Canadian Citizen and may never have played hockey in the past) is required to have an International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) transfer approved before being eligible to participate in playing hockey in Canada.
Parents need to provide the items required below in order to obtain approval. Attached are the forms for the last 3 documents listed.
- Player registration Form 141
- Proof of residence – 2 pieces
- Birth Certificate
- Proof of Status in Canada (Canadian citizenship, passport, Permanent Residency)
- IIHF Letter of approval or IIHF Unlimited International Transfer Card
Confirmation of school registration for the current season
Proof of primary medical coverage (BC Services card)
- Letter of support from homestay parents if player’s parents are not with him in Canad
NOTE: There will be no players permitted on the ice until the initial fee is paid. There will be NO exceptions.