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Help required :- claim for Adaptability(relative in Canada)..

Help required :- claim for Adaptability(relative in Canada)..

Old Oct 11th 2002, 6:25 am
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Smile Help required :- claim for Adaptability(relative in Canada)..

Hello all,

I want to earn more 5 points in Adaptability (Relative in Canada) section.I have my cousin sister (uncle's doughter) as a Permanent Residence in Canada.What document i must have to proof to CIC to obtain point under Adaptability section ?


Thanks in advance all
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Old Oct 11th 2002, 6:35 am
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Default Re: Help required :- claim for Adaptability(relative in Canada)..

cousins dont count...

Originally posted by loveCanada:
Hello all,

I want to earn more 5 points in Adaptability (Relative in Canada) section.I have my cousin sister (uncle's doughter) as a Permanent Residence in Canada.What document i must have to proof to CIC to obtain point under Adaptability section ?


Thanks in advance all
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Old Oct 11th 2002, 9:48 pm
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Default Re: Help required :- claim for Adaptability(relative in Canada)..

Yep, but you can still have 1 point for friends and stuff ; you don't need
to give any document in the first instance, just give her name, address and
phone ; they'll either contact you or her if they want more proof.

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    > cousins dont count...
    > Originally posted by loveCanada:
    > > Hello all,
    > >
    > > I want to earn more 5 points in Adaptability (Relative in
    > > Canada) section.I have my cousin sister (uncle's doughter) as
    > > a Permanent Residence in Canada.What document i must have to
    > > proof to CIC to obtain point under Adaptability section ?
    > >
    > >
    > > Thanks in advance all
    >
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