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HELP: Application For Permanent Residence

Old Aug 10th 2010, 8:55 am
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In Q.15 "Your residential address, if different from your mailing address"
it is the same as my mailing address that I've already wrote in Q.14.
so, should I write in Q.15 "N/A" in the three fields or what?

Also, is the spouse required to fill that form too, or just the main applicant?
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Originally Posted by hnagy
In Q.15 "Your residential address, if different from your mailing address"
it is the same as my mailing address that I've already wrote in Q.14.
so, should I write in Q.15 "N/A" in the three fields or what?
Dear Lord!!!!

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Also, is the spouse required to fill that form too, or just the main applicant?
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Originally Posted by hnagy
Also, is the spouse required to fill that form too, or just the main applicant?
Assuming these are serious questions, you seem to be having a great deal of trouble with some of the basic stuff, such as filling in the forms. To be sure you don't make an error and scupper your chances you may want to consider professional help with your application.
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Maybe the poster's first language isn't English and that's the problem. The name would suggest that Hungarian might possibly be the mother tongue.
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Originally Posted by Simon Legree
Maybe the poster's first language isn't English and that's the problem. The name would suggest that Hungarian might possibly be the mother tongue.
It's Egyptian. But they are applying to Quebec, so presumably speak fluent French, and their forms are in French?

I agree with Aviator, as I've said before. I don't think I've ever recommended somebody use professional help, but this is one case where I think it's essential!
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Originally Posted by Simon Legree
Maybe the poster's first language isn't English and that's the problem.
Maybe so, however many people whos mother tongue is not English fill in the forms. Additionally everyone now has to pass a language test and submit the results with their application. If this is a problem now, to give them the best chance it is something that should be addressed sooner rather than later.
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Maybe so, however many people whos mother tongue is not English fill in the forms. Additionally everyone now has to pass a language test and submit the results with their application. If this is a problem now, to give them the best chance it is something that should be addressed sooner rather than later.
I couldn't agree more. However I was simply trying to stave off some flack for the poster.
I consider myself duly admonished sir.
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I couldn't agree more. However I was simply trying to stave off some flack for the poster.
I consider myself duly admonished sir.
Not at all old boy, I quite get your point.
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Frankly speaking,
1- As you can see, I can speak and understand English.
2- There is no guide on how to fill the applications, that's why these forums exists.
3- Instead, a simple YES or NO to my question would be more efficient, in case you know the answer.

Thanks for your help.

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Not all people have the financial capability to go for a consultant, and I'm one of them.
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Originally Posted by hnagy
2- There is no guide on how to fill the applications, that's why these forums exists.
What's this?

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/informa...uides/EG74.asp
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Originally Posted by el_richo
Honestly, I didn't see it before.
You can send it from the beginning instead of wasting your time all.
Thanks.
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Default Re: HELP: Application For Permanent Residence

Originally Posted by hnagy
Honestly, I didn't see it before.
You can send it from the beginning instead of wasting your time all.
Thanks.
It's actually found with the application forms under the heading "Instruction Guide", in the CIC website - http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/informa...ns/skilled.asp

Hopefully this will help you from now on
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Default Re: HELP: Application For Permanent Residence

And don't forget that you can get the forms in French. Obviously you speak fluent French as you're applying via Quebec, so perhaps that would be a better option than the English version?

But as El_richo said, hopefully the guide will help. And I hope it helps you understand why people were a bit frustrated at your questions, as all of them would have been answered with that!

Good luck.
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Default Re: HELP: Application For Permanent Residence

Originally Posted by el_richo
It's actually found with the application forms under the heading "Instruction Guide", in the CIC website - http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/informa...ns/skilled.asp

Hopefully this will help you from now on
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