Welcome to Minor Hockey!

Registration for the 2018-2019 season will be June 1, 2018 - August 1, 2018.  Please check back at that time for updated information.  Players registering for H1 can begin on April 1, 2018 if they receive special permission from Registrar@vmha.com.

Please note the 2018-19 Season Fees will be determined at the Annual General Meeting in Spring 2018 and will be posted at that time.

 

Here is what you need to know before you register:

Are You Ready To Register?

If you are ready to register, you must first determine if you live within the VMHA Boundary.  If you are within the outlined boundary, you may register with VMHA.

All players are required to complete the following.   Incomplete applications will not be considered.

  1. Complete the VMHA Online Registration.
  2. Complete the PCAHA New Player Registration Form and email to Registrar@vmha.com
  3. Email a copy of your child's birth certificate to Registrar@vmha.com
  4. Email two (2) proofs of residency to Registrar@vmha.com.  They can be any of of the two listed below:
    • Property Tax or Signed Rental agreement REQUIRED
    • School Registration
    • Full page Utility or Cable Bill
    • MSP Bill
    • Copy of Drivers License and vehicle registration with address

You may require additional paperwork if the following situations apply to you.  Please email Registrar@vmha.com if you have additional questions regarding these steps.

Moved Into Our Boundary and Your Child Played in Minor Hockey in Another Association

  1. Complete the PCAHA Application for Player Movement and email to Registrar@vmha.com.

Players Born Outside of Canada - Born in the USA

We are required to determine the residence of the parent(s) of players born outside Canada. In doing so, it must be determined that the parent(s) are more than temporary residents of British Columbia.

  1. Complete the PCAHA Application for Player Movement (if the player played previously in another country) and email to Registrar@vmha.com.
  2. Complete the IIHF - Unlimited Transfer Request Form and email to Registrar@vmha.com.
  3. Complete the IIHF Letter of Approval - International Transfer and email to Registrar@vmha.com.  When filling in the IIHF form only fill in the areas that you can, BC Hockey will contact the country's association to complete that portion of the paper work.
  4. Complete the Hockey Canada Written Transfer for US Citizens.
  5. Email Proof of Status in Canada to Registrar@vmha.com.  One of the following will be accepted:
    • Canadian Citizenship Card or copy of confirmation of application of Citizenship
      (Including file #)
    • Canadian Passport
    • Permanent Residents Card or copy of confirmation of application of permanent residency
      (including file #)

Players Born Outside Canada - Born Outside North America

We are required to determine the residence of the parent(s) of players born outside Canada. In doing so, it must be determined that the parent(s) are more than temporary residents of British Columbia.

  1. Complete the PCAHA Application for Player Movement (if the player played previously in another country) and email to Registrar@vmha.com.
  2. Complete the IIHF - Unlimited Transfer Request Form and email to Registrar@vmha.com.
  3. Complete the IIHF Letter of Approval - International Transfer and email to Registrar@vmha.com.  When filling in the IIHF form only fill in the areas that you can, BC Hockey will contact the country's association to complete that portion of the paper work.
  4. Email Proof of Status in Canada to Registrar@vmha.com.  One of the following will be accepted:
    • Canadian Citizenship Card or copy of confirmation of application of Citizenship
      (Including file #)
    • Canadian Passport
    • Permanent Residents Card or copy of confirmation of application of permanent residency
      (including file #)

Players Born Outside of Canada -  On A Work Visa

These situations involve non-Canadian parents who are residing in Canada on a long term work permit (e.g. embassy or consulate employees, professional athletes, international corporation employees here for a specific job or time frame).

  1. Complete the PCAHA Application for Player Movement (if the player played previously in another country) and email to Registrar@vmha.com.
  2. If born outside North America, complete the IIHF Letter of Approval - International Transfer and email to Registrar@vmha.com.  When filling in the IIHF form only fill in the areas that you can, BC Hockey will contact the country's association to complete that portion of the paper work.
  3. If born in the USA, complete the Hockey Canada Written Transfer for US Citizens.
  4. Letter of support from New Association
  5. Letter of support from District (PCAHA)
  6. Email a copy of parent’s work visa to Registrar@vmha.com.
  7. Email a copy of player’s visa to Registrar@vmha.com.