IEC workpermit and baby..

Old Mar 10th 2014, 3:59 am
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We got here nearly 5 years ago......

My son and his partner applied and received IEC work permits for Canada. They were due to come over last October.

They had a little hiccup when they discovered that his partner was pregnant, so decided to have the Baby in the UK.
The permits are still valid, and they are ready to come over to Canada now.

Anyone please tell me what paperwork they need for the baby? And how they go about getting it? The baby now has a full UK passport issued to him.
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Originally Posted by jeff66
We got here nearly 5 years ago......

My son and his partner applied and received IEC work permits for Canada. They were due to come over last October.

They had a little hiccup when they discovered that his partner was pregnant, so decided to have the Baby in the UK.
The permits are still valid, and they are ready to come over to Canada now.

Anyone please tell me what paperwork they need for the baby? And how they go about getting it? The baby now has a full UK passport issued to him.
Are they married or common law? If both are named on the birth certificate then there will be no problems no other paperwork required. If married a copy of the marriage certificate is good enough. If common law then both should be named on the birth certificate.
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