Adaptability: Relatives in Canada

Old Aug 28th 2003, 3:11 am
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Hello Mr. Miller/Experts everywhere,

I'm gonna submit my application for Canadian PR to Buffalo RPC-- federal skilled worker. I do have granduncle from my mother side who is a Canadian PR and lives in Vancouver BC. Do you think I can include him as my relative and get 5 more points for the adaptability factor (under relatives in Canada)? Note: I have prepared the necessary paperworks (i.e. birth certificates, his PR Card and IM 1000).

Please advise. Thanks!
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Old Aug 28th 2003, 4:44 am
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Granduncle won't count as close relative. Sorry, no points here. Please see
below:

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Regulations section 83(5) - Family relationships in Canada

(5) For the purposes of paragraph (1)(d), a skilled worker shall be awarded
5 points if

(a) the skilled worker or the skilled worker's accompanying spouse or
accompanying common-law partner is related by blood, marriage, common-law
partnership or adoption to a person who is a Canadian citizen or permanent
resident living in Canada and who is:

(i) their father or mother,

(ii) the father or mother of their father or mother,

(iii) their child,

(iv) a child of their child,

(v) a child of their father or mother,

(vi) a child of the father or mother of their father or mother, other than
their father or mother, or

(vii) a child of the child of their father or mother; or

(b) the skilled worker has a spouse or common-law partner who is not
accompanying the skilled worker and is a Canadian citizen or permanent
resident living in Canada.
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Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
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    > Hello Mr. Miller/Experts everywhere,
    > I'm gonna submit my application for Canadian PR to Buffalo RPC-- federal
    > skilled worker. I do have granduncle from my mother side who is a
    > Canadian PR and lives in Vancouver BC. Do you think I can include him
    > as my relative and get 5 more points for the adaptability factor (under
    > relatives in Canada)? Note: I have prepared the necessary paperworks
    > (i.e. birth certificates, his PR Card and IM 1000).
    > Please advise. Thanks!
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Old Aug 28th 2003, 5:10 am
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Default Re: Adaptability: Relatives in Canada

Mr. Miller,

Thanks for your prompt reply. This forum has been very useful!

Originally posted by Andrew Miller
Granduncle won't count as close relative. Sorry, no points here. Please see
below:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Regulations section 83(5) - Family relationships in Canada

(5) For the purposes of paragraph (1)(d), a skilled worker shall be awarded
5 points if

(a) the skilled worker or the skilled worker's accompanying spouse or
accompanying common-law partner is related by blood, marriage, common-law
partnership or adoption to a person who is a Canadian citizen or permanent
resident living in Canada and who is:

(i) their father or mother,

(ii) the father or mother of their father or mother,

(iii) their child,

(iv) a child of their child,

(v) a child of their father or mother,

(vi) a child of the father or mother of their father or mother, other than
their father or mother, or

(vii) a child of the child of their father or mother; or

(b) the skilled worker has a spouse or common-law partner who is not
accompanying the skilled worker and is a Canadian citizen or permanent
resident living in Canada.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
---

--

../..

Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
________________________________




"houstonian" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Hello Mr. Miller/Experts everywhere,
    > I'm gonna submit my application for Canadian PR to Buffalo RPC-- federal
    > skilled worker. I do have granduncle from my mother side who is a
    > Canadian PR and lives in Vancouver BC. Do you think I can include him
    > as my relative and get 5 more points for the adaptability factor (under
    > relatives in Canada)? Note: I have prepared the necessary paperworks
    > (i.e. birth certificates, his PR Card and IM 1000).
    > Please advise. Thanks!
    > --
    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com
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