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Mr. Miller: Could you please verify

Mr. Miller: Could you please verify

Old Oct 21st 2002, 1:15 am
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Default Mr. Miller: Could you please verify

Dear Mr. Miller:
Could you please verify my application fee for my immigration to Canada as a skilled worker before I submit the application:

I am the principal applicant CAD$550
My 23 years old dependent spouse CAD$550
My accompanying one year old son CAD$150


I am going to submit a certified checque for CAD$1250 as an application fee, would that be the correct amount
NOTE: I have tow daughters (5 years and 3 years) who are in my ex-spouse custody. I have included them in my application, and they won't accompany me to Canada. Do I need to pay a fee for my non-accompanying daughters
Thanks
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Old Oct 21st 2002, 5:51 am
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Default Re: Mr. Miller: Could you please verify

you should think about also paying your Right Of Permanent Residence Fees at
the same time if you can afford it. Although it's not compulsory it will
save you a bit of time later as they wont have to go through the hassle of
requesting ot from you and cashign and clearing the cheque later on which
can add weeks to the process, also if you have the money now and pay it now
you dont have to worry about not having the money handy when they request it
etc.


"noursalah2000" wrote in message
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    > Dear Mr. Miller:
    > Could you please verify my application fee for my immigration to Canada
    > as a skilled worker before I submit the application:
    > I am the principal applicant CAD$550
    > My 23 years old dependent spouse CAD$550
    > My accompanying one year old son CAD$150
    > I am going to submit a certified checque for CAD$1250 as an application
    > fee, would that be the correct amount
    > NOTE: I have tow daughters (5 years and 3 years) who are in my ex-spouse
    > custody. I have included them in my application, and they won't
    > accompany me to Canada. Do I need to pay a fee for my
    > non-accompanying daughters
    > Thanks
    > --
 

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