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"genuine and continuing"

Old Sep 17th 2002, 9:33 pm
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quinn
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In the application for family-class sponsorship, in the checklist..number 9 - proof of relationship to sponsor, they ask for 2 statuatory declarations the the relationship is genuine and continuing.

If we are married, do we need this ? This statement is in the paragraph about common-law. But if we are married to we need this ? And if so, is it only letters from family members and not notarized ?
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Old Sep 18th 2002, 1:00 pm
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quinn <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > In the application for family-class sponsorship, in the
    > checklist..number 9 - proof of relationship to sponsor, they ask for 2
    > statuatory declarations the the relationship is genuine and continuing.
    > If we are married, do we need this ? This statement is in the paragraph
    > about common-law. But if we are married to we need this ? And if so, is
    > it only letters from family members and not notarized ?
    > thanks



Logic would indicate that you do not have to provide sat decs if you are married.

Jim Metcalfe
 

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