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University Transcripts - Is sealed still required?

Old Jan 30th 2013, 4:17 am
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Default University Transcripts - Is sealed still required?

Hi again all,

So my uni transcripts arrived today in a non descript brown envelope, no seal, etc

I've seen mention on the forums that these must be in sealed uni envelopes with the uni stamp

However i've also read the sealed part isn't required anymore and see no mention of that requirement in either the doc checklist or guide. Before I get on the phone to them and have to send them even more money and waste time having them posted to Canada again, can someone please confirm if its still a requirement or if I can just send as is, without envelope.

As you can guess, I'm annoyed they sent them like they did!

Thanks,

Graham
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Old Jan 30th 2013, 5:40 am
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Originally Posted by graham1710
Hi again all,

So my uni transcripts arrived today in a non descript brown envelope, no seal, etc

I've seen mention on the forums that these must be in sealed uni envelopes with the uni stamp

However i've also read the sealed part isn't required anymore and see no mention of that requirement in either the doc checklist or guide. Before I get on the phone to them and have to send them even more money and waste time having them posted to Canada again, can someone please confirm if its still a requirement or if I can just send as is, without envelope.

As you can guess, I'm annoyed they sent them like they did!

Thanks,

Graham
The transcript no longer has to be sealed. You don't mention what category you are applying under, but if you are waiting for the FSW1 to open in May, the educational credentials will have to be evaluated. No company has been designated by CIC as yet and no one knows what the requirements will be for evaluation.
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Old Jan 30th 2013, 1:07 pm
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Default Re: University Transcripts - Is sealed still required?

Hi,

Thanks for your reply. That's good news they no longer have to be sealed! :-) No need to call the university and start the process again.

I'm going down the arranged employment route, so am able to submit my application as soon as I have everything in order. Thanks for the tip though.

Graham.
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