Canadian Oath Ceremony

Old Nov 25th 2017, 8:39 am
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Just a quick question regarding what to take to the ceremony.
I note from the CIC site it states:-
What to bring
You must bring your ceremony notice and all your original immigration documents, including your:
permanent resident card if you have one (even if it is expired)
Record of Landing (IMM 1000) if you became a permanent resident before June 28, 2002
Does this mean ALL the documents including language certificate confirmation eg O Level certs. Tax returns . Date calculator. Ect ?
That seems a bit too much to me.
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Originally Posted by spud1963
Just a quick question regarding what to take to the ceremony.
I note from the CIC site it states:-
What to bring
You must bring your ceremony notice and all your original immigration documents, including your:
permanent resident card if you have one (even if it is expired)
Record of Landing (IMM 1000) if you became a permanent resident before June 28, 2002
Does this mean ALL the documents including language certificate confirmation eg O Level certs. Tax returns . Date calculator. Ect ?
That seems a bit too much to me.
Just the PR card and COPR form (Landing document).
After the ceremony you will be expected to drink a Large Tim Hortons double double and eat a doughnut.
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Take the letter they sent as well. PR Card for absolute sure.

I took everything. My husband thought I was nuts but I didn't want to be worrying that something I didn't have might be asked for. It wasn't but to my mind it could have been. So it's up to you.

I needed a large Tim Horton's afterwards (steeped tea!).

Anyway here it is (all you need to know!):

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/citizen...t-ceremony.asp

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Thanks for the help.
I guess as it is Nova Scotia after the Tim's and doughnut it should be a Donair!
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Originally Posted by Former Lancastrian
Just the PR card and COPR form (Landing document).
After the ceremony you will be expected to drink a Large Tim Hortons double double and eat a doughnut.
I cannot wait for that specific Tims
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Originally Posted by Former Lancastrian
After the ceremony you will be expected to drink a Large Tim Hortons double double and eat a doughnut.
and I thought Canada was anti torture.
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