Hello mate,Its all right...You can apply with your brother's COPR. CIC didn't asked me for PR Card. They are ok with signed COPR.
No , she should be 18 years old.I’m the main applicant for the immigration to Canada & my sister in law has the canadian passport but she is still under 18, now she is 16 years old.
Is there any chance to get any additional scores??
Don't declare it in express entry profile that you have relatives in Canada that way u won't be claiming any points for sibling or Canada relationship. Once you got invite fill family details with your father and brother with letter of explanation, you don't need to provide any proof as you won't be claiming points. Proofs are required only if u need points.Hello,
My father has PR and my brother is 18yrs old and has citizenship in Canada as he was born there, however, I do not have any relationship with them and my father’s name is not on my birth certificate. Should I declare I have family in Canada or withheld this information. If I declare I will have to provide supporting documents and my father is not willing to assist for whatever reasons. I have text messages to show that he acknowledged me as his child but is being spiteful
No, you cannot.Hi DelPiero07,
Would you please guide me with following issue as I'm really frustrated at this point and don't know what to do!
My brother is a PR now and I claimed for the points. However, he is now going to leave Canada for a new job to another country. In case I receive ITA by next six months, can I still claim for the points by submitting copy of his PR card and utility bills for march/April 2019?
Thanks in advance!
Hello, were you able to claim sibling points for this? ive been trying to find an answer to thisHey everyone,
I apologise if this has been covered in another thread but if someone has the information to help me out I would really appreciate it.
I am applying for PR through the Canadian experience class. I have a common law partner who is a Canadian Citizen and she has Canadian Siblings. Can I claim the sibling associated points or not as my common law is already a citizen of canada?
Thanks very much!
Hi . It’s not an issue . Your father in law can submit an affidavit , notarised of same name .. that is 1 xxx is known by xxx and xxxkumar . Both children are my biological children and so on . On this site there are many format of same name affidavit. For better assistance I suggest u to seek advice of legal falcon. Tagging him for your convience. @legalfalcon . Good luckHello all,
My wife’s brother is a Canadian citizen and I am claiming points under ‘Sibling’ category. In order to prove the sibling relationship, I’ve their birth certificates and passport copies with parent’s details. However, the problem is
Would this be in an issue? Can I go ahead and submit the documents?
- On my wife’s documents, father’s name is mentioned as ‘xxx’
- On my brother-in-law’s documents, father’s name is mentioned as ‘xxxKumar’ (addition of the word ‘Kumar’ after the name)
Have anyone faced similar issue? Appreciate the input. thanks!
PR cards are coming in couple of weeks now, and you will need PR card and utility bill in your brother's nameHello Guys,
Does PR card is necessary to claim sibling points? My brother recently moved to Canada (he has COPR) and pr card will take another 2 months. Can I claim his points or I need to wait till he gets his PR card?