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Dont want to claim points for sibling, FSW. What to do?

canuck78

VIP Member
Jun 18, 2017
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As long as you still give your brother's information during the application process you are fine. It is up to you if you want to claim the points. If you say you don't have any siblings that will be misrepresentation.
 

bobgop

Newbie
Oct 30, 2017
9
2
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!
 

hammadkhanz

Newbie
Jul 2, 2017
5
2
hi i am in the same boat here
i just want know if i don't want to claim points
can i say yes in the option and then attach the LOE that i am unable arrange the supporting documents so i am not claiming any points
please help me in this matter.
thank you
 

Mslz

Newbie
Aug 7, 2018
5
0
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!
Hi
Did you get your PR?
Am in the same situation
Thanks
 

Mslz

Newbie
Aug 7, 2018
5
0
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!
Hi
Did you get your PR? Am in the same situation
Thanks
 

Nitin jain

Newbie
Apr 21, 2019
2
0
Hi Everybody,
My sibling is a Canadian Citizen and we have bitter relations (dispute), due to which I have not shown him in the profile created in federal pool. Now I want to understand that would there be any repercussions of not showing him (My wife is the primary applicant). If you suggest that it is required to show, I won't be able to produce his documents, in that case my profile will be rejected by the investigating officer. I thought of disclosing this fact in the letter of explanation/ cover letter as I have not claimed his points otherwise they will be added automatically. Peers kindly suggest.
Thanks in advance.
 

favor@2019

Newbie
Apr 25, 2019
1
0
Hello, respected seniors in the house. I need urgent response. My sibling is a Canadian Citizen and we don't get along in anyway humanely possible, because of this I did not declare him in my profile and he did same before he became Canadian Citizen by not declaring me as sibling too, but went ahead to declare my other siblings. Now I want to understand would there be a misrepresentation for not declaring him in our EE profile as we have received ITA in the last draw without claiming sibling points. (My wife is the primary applicant) and I am non-accompanying spouse for now owing to a big project I am handling. Family of 4. All other documents are ready for submission and wait for upfront medical.
 

eshin

Full Member
Dec 21, 2013
34
7
Yes. I have my visa ready.
Thank for the clarification..I do not have the address of my sibling if I am going to fill the address of my sibling. Please kindly put me through should I still click on 'NO' to sibling in canada? I really do not wish to claim point for it.
 

eshin

Full Member
Dec 21, 2013
34
7
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!
Did you click 'NO' or you clicked YES and then explain in LOE? kindly reply
 

eshin

Full Member
Dec 21, 2013
34
7
Hi Everybody,
My sibling is a Canadian Citizen and we have bitter relations (dispute), due to which I have not shown him in the profile created in federal pool. Now I want to understand that would there be any repercussions of not showing him (My wife is the primary applicant). If you suggest that it is required to show, I won't be able to produce his documents, in that case my profile will be rejected by the investigating officer. I thought of disclosing this fact in the letter of explanation/ cover letter as I have not claimed his points otherwise they will be added automatically. Peers kindly suggest.
Thanks in advance.
I am also in the same shoe? kindly put me through.did you click YES or NO? or you put it in your LOE?
 

lampbreaker

Champion Member
Apr 7, 2015
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You should answer the question truthfullly. (Yes) and then in place of proof of relationship, upload a letter of explanation. If you qualify for the ITA without those points, then they will still approve your application.
 

hisham1406

Star Member
Apr 7, 2019
50
3
Hi,

I am in a similar situation but instead of a sibling, I have an uncle there.

Should I say yes or can I just no?

Thanks
 

dotslash227

Champion Member
Apr 28, 2019
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Hello, respected seniors in the house. I need urgent response. My sibling is a Canadian Citizen and we don't get along in anyway humanely possible, because of this I did not declare him in my profile and he did same before he became Canadian Citizen by not declaring me as sibling too, but went ahead to declare my other siblings. Now I want to understand would there be a misrepresentation for not declaring him in our EE profile as we have received ITA in the last draw without claiming sibling points. (My wife is the primary applicant) and I am non-accompanying spouse for now owing to a big project I am handling. Family of 4. All other documents are ready for submission and wait for upfront medical.
As explained in other posts, choose No and mention it in your LOE that you have a sibling who is a Canadian citizen, but estranged and do not want to claim points for him. It should be fine