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WHAT EVIDENCE IS REQUIRED TO SHOW RELATIONS

Old Nov 20th 2001, 5:34 pm
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Henry
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Hello,

I have applied for Canadian Immigration and mentioned that elder sister of my
mother is Canadian citizen (to get 5 points). What evedence should I need to prove
this relationship which is also acceptable by immigration authorities. Does any
body can tell?

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Old Nov 20th 2001, 5:50 pm
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Andrew Miller
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Birth certificates - yours, your mother's and your aunt's.

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Old Nov 21st 2001, 3:53 am
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Birth certificates for your mother and your aunt would be required to demonstrate the
relationship. Of course, your own birth certificate would be required, but is also a
standard requirement of the application procedure.
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Old Nov 23rd 2001, 1:29 am
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Berto Volpentesta
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If birth certificates are not available or as in some countries are not = dependable,
you may want to include other items such as baptismal = certificates, school leaving
certificates, marriage certificates, ration = cards, family book, voters lists, or
any other official document that = states your parent's names. (obviously, those that
predate any = intention to migrate would be best)

It may also be possible to obtain a copy of your sister's application if = she
completed a family tree. Some of these records are maintained on = microfiche and can
be accessed by the visa officer.

If there is nothing else, you can try arranging with the visa officer = for a DNA
test.

Not all these are required, so start with the easy stuff first.

--=20 Good luck,

Berto Volpentesta, B.A. (Spec. Hons.), B.Ed. Member, OPIC Director, OPIC and
Education Committee Chairman

Sidhu & Volpentesta Inc. Serving people around the world since 1991

www.svcanada.com

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