Study permit question

Old Apr 21st 2008, 7:59 am
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Asked this in the main forum, but got no replies, so thought I'd ask here.

I want to send off application for son's study permit tomorrow, but am unsure if I have to send his actual passport, or just a certified copy of it.

Does anybody know? Thanks.
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Old Apr 21st 2008, 9:37 pm
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Originally Posted by TheCanes
Asked this in the main forum, but got no replies, so thought I'd ask here.

I want to send off application for son's study permit tomorrow, but am unsure if I have to send his actual passport, or just a certified copy of it.

Does anybody know? Thanks.
One last try on here.

Does anybody know what I shoud/have to do? Any experts reading this?????

have emaild CHC, but no reply yet either.
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Old Apr 22nd 2008, 12:43 am
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My son has had 3 student permits and i have only ever sent copies.
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Old Apr 22nd 2008, 12:51 am
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Originally Posted by debbyathome
My son has had 3 student permits and i have only ever sent copies.
Were these study permits for 'foreighn' students? I won't be there living with him (although I will spend time with him in the same country), so it's not like he is part of a family on a WP or even PR.
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With study/work permit applications original passports must be included for all family members who require TRV (temporary resident visa) to enter Canada - those family members who are nationals of countries on Canada's visa waiver list need to include only copies of passports' bio pages.
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With study/work permit applications original passports must be included for all family members who require TRV (temporary resident visa) to enter Canada - those family members who are nationals of countries on Canada's visa waiver list need to include only copies of passports' bio pages.
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