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Old Sep 10th 2012, 12:57 am
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I'm applying for PNP. Currently I'm in Canada. For the following question, do I need to mention my travel to my home country and/or to Canada as well?

"list all trips you, and if applicable, your family members have taken outside your country of origin or of residence in the last ten years (or since your 18th birthday if this was less than ten years ago). "

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Hi
I'm applying for PNP. Currently I'm in Canada. For the following question, do I need to mention my travel to my home country and/or to Canada as well?

"list all trips you, and if applicable, your family members have taken outside your country of origin or of residence in the last ten years (or since your 18th birthday if this was less than ten years ago). "

Thanks
Hi Mike,

they ask for all, so the answer is yes.
We are also applying for PNP, so we had the same pleasure.

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Hi Mike,

they ask for all, so the answer is yes.
We are also applying for PNP, so we had the same pleasure.

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Thank you for your reply. But it is saying all of the trips which have been taken outside your country of origin or of residence

Based on the question I guess we don't need to mention either travels to my home country or travels to Canada (the country that I live in).

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Thank you for your reply. But it is saying all of the trips which have been taken outside your country of origin or of residence

Based on the question I guess we don't need to mention either travels to my home country or travels to Canada (the country that I live in).
Hi Mike,

I understand the stipulation as follows:

As long as you are travelling inside Canada (your country of residence) or inside your home country, you do not have to mention it. As soon as you cross the border, you have to.

To travel to your home country or your country of residence you had first to take a trip outside, right? For us it goes without saying that you are simply returning, but as soon as bureaucrazy is involved I would try not to leave any question whatsoever unanswered. You never know, right?
Anyway that is the way we handled it, first we mentioned e.g. the flight to Canada (Switzerland being the country of our residence) and next the return flight to Switzerland. Once in Canada, Canada than being the country of our residence, having to return to our home country, we would also mention both flights:
Canada->Home Country
Home Country-> Canada
Don't know if I made my point clearly enough, hope you understand what I mean..
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Hi Mike,

I understand the stipulation as follows:

As long as you are travelling inside Canada (your country of residence) or inside your home country, you do not have to mention it. As soon as you cross the border, you have to.

To travel to your home country or your country of residence you had first to take a trip outside, right? For us it goes without saying that you are simply returning, but as soon as bureaucrazy is involved I would try not to leave any question whatsoever unanswered. You never know, right?
Anyway that is the way we handled it, first we mentioned e.g. the flight to Canada (Switzerland being the country of our residence) and next the return flight to Switzerland. Once in Canada, Canada than being the country of our residence, having to return to our home country, we would also mention both flights:
Canada->Home Country
Home Country-> Canada
Don't know if I made my point clearly enough, hope you understand what I mean..
Thank you for the clarification
Also, could you please let me know if we need to send the nomination letter sent to us or we need to send a copy of the letter? (However on the nomination letter sent to us by itself it says it is a copy.)

Thank you so much
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