Passport request letter

Old May 7th 2003, 7:31 am
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Has anyone submitted there passport for visa stamping in person or by mail, without including the original passport request letter that was mailed from the Canadian embassy ?

I was wanting to know if it was a requirement to include this passport request letter with your passport in order to get the visa stamped.

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Old May 7th 2003, 11:16 am
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Originally posted by Bradley
Has anyone submitted there passport for visa stamping in person or by mail, without including the original passport request letter that was mailed from the Canadian embassy ?
I haven't heard of anyone.
I was wanting to know if it was a requirement to include this passport request letter with your passport in order to get the visa stamped.
It indicates that you need to include the letter.
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Old May 7th 2003, 1:43 pm
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Hi Bradley,

Did you get the letter request for passport?

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Old May 7th 2003, 4:18 pm
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Hi Boon,

No my Fiancee hasn't received the letter yet. She is on a business trip near the embassy, and I wondered if she received this letter at her home address, if she could stop in with her passport and not need to bring the letter with her to embassy. Otherwise it's a long journey back to the embassy from her home, just to bring a letter.
Just trying to plan ahead for these things,
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Old May 8th 2003, 10:32 pm
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It's not so much the letter you have to include, but the checklist form
thats part of the letter. You have to fill it in with personal details for
the PR card etc. It is a generic letter though and I know of a couple who
were in Canada and the request had gone to their parents home in Ireland and
to save them having to make the trip back or wait for the mail their father
just scanned the letter and form and they printed it out and filled it in
and they had no problems.


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    > Hi Boon,
    > No my Fiancee hasn't received the letter yet. She is on a business trip
    > near the embassy, and I wondered if she received this letter at her home
    > address, if she could stop in with her passport and not need to bring
    > the letter with her to embassy. Otherwise it's a long journey back to
    > the embassy from her home, just to bring a letter.
    > Just trying to plan ahead for these things,
    > Thanks.
    > Bradley.
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Old May 8th 2003, 11:17 pm
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Originally posted by The Wizzard
It's not so much the letter you have to include, but the checklist form
thats part of the letter. You have to fill it in with personal details for
the PR card etc. It is a generic letter though and I know of a couple who
were in Canada and the request had gone to their parents home in Ireland and
to save them having to make the trip back or wait for the mail their father
just scanned the letter and form and they printed it out and filled it in
and they had no problems.


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news:[email protected]...
    > Hi Boon,
    > No my Fiancee hasn't received the letter yet. She is on a business trip
    > near the embassy, and I wondered if she received this letter at her home
    > address, if she could stop in with her passport and not need to bring
    > the letter with her to embassy. Otherwise it's a long journey back to
    > the embassy from her home, just to bring a letter.
    > Just trying to plan ahead for these things,
    > Thanks.
    > Bradley.
    > --
    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com
Is there a way that somebody can fedex the letter to her? Or to use some other overnight service? Maybe somebody can Fax to her at least?

However you MUST send (bring) the letter with you.

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Old May 9th 2003, 2:16 am
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Thanks for all your replies and ideas.

Yes, I was thinking of having someone from her family fax it to her if the letter arrived while on her trip.
Sounds like the embassy will need a copy of this letter and form.

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