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Old Nov 12th 2013, 9:54 am   #1
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Hello again,

I have an aunt who has canadian citizenship but she has been married twice, as has my mum. I was going to provide birth certificates for proof of relationship but will I also need to provide marriage and divorce certificates as they both have different surnames now?

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Hello again,

I have an aunt who has canadian citizenship but she has been married twice, as has my mum. I was going to provide birth certificates for proof of relationship but will I also need to provide marriage and divorce certificates as they both have different surnames now?

Many thanks,
Yes, you'll need to prove how you're related to her so showing the name change would be good. Plus proof that she's living in Canada of course.

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Thanks, yes i am awaiting for her to send me copy of passport and proof of address. I have asked her to include marriage certificates and divorce papers anyway,

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