How are you qorax, great post and lots of knowledge, I have a question and would be great if you can advise, before I came to Canada as a PR. Juy 2015 I had my old passport but unfortunately it is fallen with the last 5 years, so it is required to be presented during interview, however I don't have with me in Canada and I will ask to be sent from back home if they still can find it,( it was expired 6 months before I came to Canada ), so m question to you is if they can send me this old passport then do I need to translate the stamps on it which goes to almost 10 years back? and if they couldn't find the passport for me would that create any problems during the interview?Emailed you the form brother.
And reg. your query. I'd say there's very little chance that they'd try to see your kid's passports. This is b'coz minors do not need to meet the residency requirements. However, I'd suggest you to carry their passports as well, but without having their stamps translated. Just in case the IO asks and you're caught unprepared. You can always say that since the kids didn't receive their "Notices to Appear" - you didn't get their stamps translated, but if the IO wants you can mail him/her the translations. This could likely get you a sympathetic waiver.
appreciate your answer as I m totally confused !