Dependents on application form

Old Dec 10th 2014, 7:08 am
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Question Dependents on application form

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I am in the process of filling out a Sponsorship form with my common-law partner. We have a child together, who will have dual citizenship (UK and Canadian).

Our child's Canadian citizenship is currently being processed, is he still considered as a dependent, and will we have to still pay the processing fee for him? I know he is technically a dependent, I am unsure if him being a Canadian citizen exempts him from anything in this process?

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Old Dec 10th 2014, 7:25 am
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Someone will jump in to correct me if I am wrong, but no, you do not include him in the application. You will need to provide proof that he is Canadian, but if you don't have the proof in hand yet when you apply I think you can write a note saying your child is Canadian as you are Canadian by birth, and you have applied for proof of citizenship but have not yet received it, however you will forward copies once it arrives.

>>> If I don't have this correct, someone please step in, I'm not 100% sure of this! Thanks!
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