Common Law Partner question

Old May 14th 2003, 6:02 am
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Fha
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Hi all,

I am about to apply as a skilled worker jointly with my girlfriend. We have
the required points (77) and also the supporting documents. However, I have
a question about how to prove our common law relationship. We have been
living in my parents' house for almost 2 years because we thought that it
would be wiser to save any rent/mortgage money in the event that we need
those funds for our move to Canada. We also have a 1 year old son and we
want to be sure that we have enough money to support the family during our
settling in period.

However, we are a bit worried about providing proof of us living together
given that we have no bills or joint accounts in our names. What would you
advise, apart from marriage? Would a letter written by my parents
confirming our living arrangements be sufficent in our case?

Thanks.
FH
 

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