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Proof of common law partnership...ID's and passports

Discussion in 'Federal Skilled Worker' started by baskin, Sep 10, 2014.

  1. baskin

    baskin New Member

    Hello,
    Me and my partner r planning to apply for fswp as common law partners. We both live together for more than a year and it shows we share the same address in our id's and passports. Is this enough as a proof of our common law partnership? Or do we have to show more documents.
    P.S. I own the apartment that we live in. Should I submit the ownership document if it will be of any benefit?
    Thank you for your reply
  2. Panusa

    Panusa Administrator Staff Member

    You also need a Statutory Declaration of Common Law Union notarized - good luck!
  3. Mark Smith

    Mark Smith Member

    Its the biggest issues for CIC for common law relationships..
  4. eleighne28

    eleighne28 New Member

    inquiry
    do i need to get 6 in each ielts test to avail canadian immigration?
  5. George Goode

    George Goode Member

    You should need to inquiry regarding canadian immigration...

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