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  1. I need to info from those who have gone through the paper based application recently. While waiting for my PNP to be approved I am starting to gather all documents that I will need to apply for PR through the paper based process. Unfortunately I can't seem to get concise information fromt the application guide regarding whether copies of documents need to be certified, and if they need to be certified, who is allowed to do the certification. The information below is from the application guide on the web at http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/guides/EP7TOC.asp What confuses me is the bit in red. At firts look it states only "Notary Public" under outside Canada, but the next line states it varies by country and to consult local authorities, which would mean that any commissioner of oaths should be acceptable. The other confusing part is the fact that it does not mention anywhere which documents need to be certified and which not. It is also never mentioned that all copies of documents should be certified. So I will just go with the assumption that everything needs to be certified, unless someone has evidence to the contrary. I hope someone can help me with these questions. Certified true copies To have a photocopy of a document certified, an authorized person must compare the original document to the photocopy and must print the following on the photocopy: “I certify that this is a true copy of the original document”, the name of the original document, the date of the certification, his or her name, his or her official position or title, and his or her signature. Who can certify copies? Persons authorized to certify copies include the following: In Canada: a notary public a commissioner of oaths a commissioner of taking affidavits Authority to certify varies by province and territory. Consult your local provincial or territorial authorities. Outside Canada: a notary public Authority to certify international documents varies by country. Consult your local authorities. Family members may not certify copies of your documents. Family member is defined as being a: parent, guardian, sibling, spouse, common-law partner, grandparent, child, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew and first cousin.
  2. Braam & Sanelle Cronje

    EE and Certification or Education

    Hi All, I have started to create an EE EOI. I have a Certificate, Certified Electronics Technician, how do i enter this detail under the educational part of the EOI? Bit more detail about the certification: It was issued by Electronics Technicians Association (www.eta-i.org) and it was the CETa that i did. On the certificate it states person with at least two years of experiance and educaion. I had to make use of a Proctor this side to take the online exam. ETA is a well known international association based in Indiana USA. Thing is they ask dates from and to that you have attended this school, I did not attend it, I studied for about 6 months before taking the exam. So can any one please advice how I enter this detail on EOI