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    AOR in February 2018

    Yes, I paid the RPRF upfront. As for the three ADRs, it was indeed surprising but gives hope that ADR does not delay the process too much as long as it is one of the common ADR (in our case, travel history and PCC)
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    Dont want to claim points for sibling, FSW. What to do?

    To those who have this concern, I just put in the LOE that I have sufficient points by myself without claiming any sibling points so I choose not to claim those additional points. It worked out fine, no issues were raised!
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    AOR in February 2018

    Just received PPR Passport submission email. Saw the account was updated with no changes in the afternoon and received an email in the evening. Here is the timeline: FSW - Outland ITA: Nov 5th AOR: Feb 12th MEP: Feb 20th ADR: Feb 21st (Travel history) IP2: Feb 27th ADR: Feb 28th (US PCC)...
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    Dont want to claim points for sibling, FSW. What to do?

    I think putting "NO" is fine. On the CIC website, when they added additional points for siblings, they asked people to update their profiles if they want to claim points for sibling and they have not reported existence of siblings in their profile beforehand. This suggests that not reporting...
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    Dont want to claim points for sibling, FSW. What to do?

    Thanks for this information. Has anyone done this successfully?
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    How NOT to claim siblings points (to avoid documentation)

    Did you guys have any trouble going this route?
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    Dont want to claim points for sibling, FSW. What to do?

    Should I say NO if I don't plan on claiming points?
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    Dont want to claim points for sibling, FSW. What to do?

    Yes, it's too cumbersome. Should I say NO in the questionnaire because I don't plan on claiming the points for siblings?
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    Dont want to claim points for sibling, FSW. What to do?

    I have enough points to get ITA without claiming points for sibling with PR While filling out the forms, I put "YES" for having a relative in Canada However, I dont want to claim points Any experiences with this?