Relative In Canada

Old Nov 1st 2007, 12:07 pm
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My wife , who is the principal applicant, has an Uncle who has lived in Toronto for 30 year and is 80 years old.

We get a few points for this fact but what would happen in the interim period between applicaton ans acceptence if he died, would we lose the points?
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Old Nov 1st 2007, 12:12 pm
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Yes, you would lose points in such case, as you will be asked close to the end of process to provide conclusive evidence of relative living in Canada.
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