Yes, 1st siblings are considered as family when u go in to check your CRS score on CIC website ... Mention about this on the selections you can see what difference it brings.Sorry if this was answered elsewhere in the forum.
My 1st cousin - i.e. my Father's brother's daughter is a PR holder since 15 years in Canada. Both of us have same family name and house names on the passport. Further her father lives with us in India.
Would I be getting any points for mentioning her?
Also in the relationship definition would be appropriate to term it as Nephew?
I feel this has to be done by someone who's certified to translate and must have some unique ID or authentication document to prove to IRCC that the translation done is by an expert. Probably other members can help advise further on thisGuys,
I went to see my lawyer and translator,
1. Got my marriage certificate translated. But he refused to give a separate affidavit for it stating that his translations are accepted for PR too
- But he mentioned in the translations a wording that the translation is accurate and he is a competent translator to translate.
- this is not certified/ confirmed by a Notary Public
- Is this sufficient?
2. Do I need to have a certified copy of the original from the translator? I already have the original doc certified by the registrar of marriages. Is this sufficient?
Would really appreciate the help on this
If it's about INDIA, then 1 should be fine. The PCC is issued by MEA and there is no address mentioned on it.Kindly if any 1 can help me. I am working overseas not living in my home country, i have to take pcc from my home country city wise or just 1 will be enough from my permanent city of residence in my home country?
Well I have got a certified copy from a Notary now.I feel this has to be done by someone who's certified to translate and must have some unique ID or authentication document to prove to IRCC that the translation done is by an expert. Probably other members can help advise further on this