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benbenben
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Posted On: 5/2/2014
benbenben
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Hi,
I have couple of basic (may be stupid) questions before I apply for citizenship next week. I don't want to make any mistake at all that may result in delay so want to confirm these before I apply.

1) Required documents state copy of photo IDs, PR Card etc, so should I photocopy both sides of the same ID on same page or different pages?

2) They only ask for "Biographical page of Passport(s)/Travel Document(s)" so, what about the pages of the passport with the Exit and Entry stamps from Canada and other countries. I traveled out of country 4-5 times during last 4 years so I have all the stamps to prove my stay, should I include it anyways even if they didn't ask for it?

I attended part-time classes at a college during my stay here every semester so I will transcript from my college for "Educational Document requirement"

What additional documents should I submit other than what's required?

Thanks for the help.
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Posted On: 5/6/2014
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Hello,

Thank you for sharing your questions with us. No question is a stupid question.

Regarding your first question,


1) Required documents state copy of photo IDs, PR Card etc, so should I photocopy both sides of the same ID on same page or different pages?


According to the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) Call Centre, you can photocopy both sides of the same ID on the same page. It should only be one ID per page.


2) They only ask for "Biographical page of Passport(s)/Travel Document(s)" so, what about the pages of the passport with the Exit and Entry stamps from Canada and other countries. I traveled out of country 4-5 times during last 4 years so I have all the stamps to prove my stay, should I include it anyways even if they didn't ask for it?


According to the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) Call Centre, you may want to include photocopies of everything, even if it has not been asked for.

I hope this information is helpful. Please let us know if you have further questions and if there is any follow up to your question/situation.

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Anna
Settlement.Org Content and Information/Referral Specialist, CIRS
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