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Old Jan 28th 2012, 11:53 pm
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Hey there Just had a quick question about sponsorship evaluation, on question 3 it asks for income for preceeding 12 months but when my partner called canada revenue for option c printout the supplied her with one for 2010 as 2011 taxes haven been submitted yet. Is this ok, or are we doing something wrong?

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Old Jan 29th 2012, 12:35 am
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Originally Posted by jcdavies81
Hey there Just had a quick question about sponsorship evaluation, on question 3 it asks for income for preceeding 12 months but when my partner called canada revenue for option c printout the supplied her with one for 2010 as 2011 taxes haven been submitted yet. Is this ok, or are we doing something wrong?

thanks for your help

2010 is fine.
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Old Jan 29th 2012, 3:42 am
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Thank for your help

I have another question in regard to this.

So my partner is a student for 2010 it shows she earnt just under 15000

We have a joint bank account with over 20 grand in it and we got the option c printout. We have no dependants and from what i Can tell there is no real minimum as its just me she is sponsoring is this correct???


My other question is on the check list #19 if we have the option C printout does my partner not need to provide spay stubs for all the work she has done over the least year?

thank you for your help

it really is greatly appreciated
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Old Jan 29th 2012, 4:57 am
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Hi there, as PMM says the previous years is fine due to the current on not being out yet.

We were in the same boat as you last year and thats what we did. However I did submit a letter from his employer and stubbs.

I don't thk we submitted bank statements - but if you want to submit those you would be fine.

It's better to send too much information than not enough.
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Old Jan 29th 2012, 10:09 pm
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I have a letter from my employer but I wasn't going to include pay stubs as its just my husband I am sponsoring (no kids). Do you think they need the stubbs? I didn't think you needed to provide any financial info apart from employment confirmation, if you didn't have any dependants. But the wording confused me, so any ideas?
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