Qorax, PMM, Leon: I need some advice.
i am a pre june applicant, 0213 noc and my full docs reached London Dec 2010.
My Aunt (Mom's Sister) is a canadian PR with her family. I claimed the points for relatives in canada cuz of that. without this relationship my 67 points are Not met.
but i send only the copies of PR of my Aunt & Uncle and didnt send any Proof of relationship. My consultant said that we can send this proof with update documnet request.
But after discussing with a friend i decided to take opinion from seniors as well before making any step. Please advice wether to wait for Doc Request or send it asap.
Moreover when can i expect doc request. Thanx
You should to send the following documents for the proofs of your relatives, if you want to gain time.
Proof of relationship to your relative living in Canada and evidence that your relative is living in Canada:
* Provide official, objective, legible documentation to prove that you are related to your relative. Documents should include birth certificates and marriage certificates. The certificates must state the parents' full names. You must provide certificates for each person that links you to your relative. All documentation must predate your application. Affidavits prepared for the purpose of your application will not be considered conclusive evidence of your relationship.
* Provide proof that your relative is a citizen or permanent resident of Canada. This must include a copy of their Canadian passport, citizenship, Record of Landing (IMM1000) or permanent resident card.
* Provide proof that your relative is living in Canada now. This should include: payslips issued to your relative by their employer in Canada, Canadian income tax documents - Notice of Assessment for tax years 2010 and 2011, credit card and bank account statements for the last six months in your relative's name showing transactions that occurred in Canada. CHC will not accept utility bills, telephone bills and property ownership documents as conclusive evidence that your relative is living in Canada.
Hope it will help you