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nicmart
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« on: August 08, 2012, 03:32:39 pm »

Hello, my partner living in Ireland is trying to gather documents to apply for a single entry visa at the Canadian embassy based in UK.
Now the P227E checklist below mentions to include:

"Self-addressed envelope to return your passports and documents from EVERYONE who is submitting an application either by mail, drop box or in person."

URL: canadainternational.gc.ca/united_kingdom-royaume_uni/assets/pdfs/P227E%20-%20TRV%20checklist.pdf

Considering she lives in Ireland, how would you suggest she can provide such a thing when mailing in her application? Does she need to get to the UK to buy a prepaid enveloppe or is it just a non pre-paid enveloppe with her name and address on it?

Thanks in advance for your help.

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« Reply #1 on: August 08, 2012, 03:35:23 pm »

Can one person please confirm the answer given in the following post:

canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/-t108215.0.html
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« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2012, 07:36:09 pm »

Hello, my partner living in Ireland is trying to gather documents to apply for a single entry visa at the Canadian embassy based in UK.
Now the P227E checklist below mentions to include:

"Self-addressed envelope to return your passports and documents from EVERYONE who is submitting an application either by mail, drop box or in person."

URL: canadainternational.gc.ca/united_kingdom-royaume_uni/assets/pdfs/P227E%20-%20TRV%20checklist.pdf

Considering she lives in Ireland, how would you suggest she can provide such a thing when mailing in her application? Does she need to get to the UK to buy a prepaid enveloppe or is it just a non pre-paid enveloppe with her name and address on it?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Regards.

Hi,

How are you gonna send your applications? By post mail? I sent my applications to CHC New York thru courier, I used Fedex since it's fast, reliable & they accept passport/s. I included in my applications a money order address to FEDEX and return airway bill that I already filled-up for my self-addressed envelope to return my docs & passport.

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« Reply #3 on: August 09, 2012, 02:22:33 am »

The application will be sent by registered mail from Ireland to UK with AnPost services.
I'm referring to the self-addressed enveloppe one has to include in the application to get their passeport back. Does it need to be prepaid/stamped or is it enough to just put your name and address on it?

As the applicant is in Ireland, buying a UK prepaid/stamped enveloppe might prove a bit hard to get...
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« Reply #4 on: August 13, 2012, 01:34:05 pm »

The application will be sent by registered mail from Ireland to UK with AnPost services.
I'm referring to the self-addressed enveloppe one has to include in the application to get their passeport back. Does it need to be prepaid/stamped or is it enough to just put your name and address on it?

As the applicant is in Ireland, buying a UK prepaid/stamped enveloppe might prove a bit hard to get...

Hi Nicmart,

I am having the same issue. It says in my email that I need to include a self addressed envelope. No postage is necessary. So I guess I have to just sent  plain envleope with my address on it. Have you sent yours yet?
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« Reply #5 on: August 14, 2012, 01:47:32 am »

Hi Nicmart,

I am having the same issue. It says in my email that I need to include a self addressed envelope. No postage is necessary. So I guess I have to just sent  plain envleope with my address on it. Have you sent yours yet?

Not yet but I think my partner will send her application with a letter big enough to contain her passeport without postage. After all, it only says "Self-addressed enveloppe", not "Prepaid". Of course, it proves impossible to contact the embassy to ask such questions, no reply after more than a week although request marked urgent Sad
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« Reply #6 on: August 24, 2012, 03:00:41 am »

Here is the official reply from the embassy:

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Just include an envelop with your name and address, we will return the documents by signed for service.
You do not need to worry about stamps.
Yours sincerely,
 
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London, W1K 4AA | Londres, W1K 4AA
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« Reply #7 on: August 24, 2012, 06:26:03 am »

Is you partner an Irish citizen? if so she doesn't need a travel visa as Ireland is a visit exempt.
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« Reply #8 on: August 24, 2012, 06:32:39 am »

Is you partner an Irish citizen? if so she doesn't need a travel visa as Ireland is a visit exempt.

No she's not
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