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Hello!

I applied for citizenship in Oct 2012 and got an RQ Oct 2013 which I replied to.

Now I'm scheduled for a test/interview on Dec 2014. When i replied to the RQ I submitted translations of the stamps in my passport in foreign languages. Should I take translations of all foreign stamps with me again? or would they have it on hand, since they were part of my RQ reply? Should I add translations of any stamps of travel for periods after the RQ? (I applied for a PR card renewal earlier this year and again submitted translations of stamps but forgot to take copies of new ones)

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Originally posted by RQed123 RQed123 wrote:

Hello!

I applied for citizenship in Oct 2012 and got an RQ Oct 2013 which I replied to.

Now I'm scheduled for a test/interview on Dec 2014. When i replied to the RQ I submitted translations of the stamps in my passport in foreign languages. Should I take translations of all foreign stamps with me again? or would they have it on hand, since they were part of my RQ reply? Should I add translations of any stamps of travel for periods after the RQ? (I applied for a PR card renewal earlier this year and again submitted translations of stamps but forgot to take copies of new ones)

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It's okay. Just go back to your translator and request another copy which they will have on file. It is recommended to take them, most likely it may not be looked at. Good to have nonetheless!
APP RECD NOV.2009
PROCD SEPT.2010
FILE TRANSFRD ST.CLAIR OCT 2010
TEST WRITN JAN 2011
RQ RECEIVED FEB 2011
RQ INFO SENT MAR 2011
FINGERPRINTING JUN 2014
2ND RQ REQUEST JULY 2014
2ND RQ RECVD SEPT 2014
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I have been a silent viewer of the forum.

Just wanted to update everyone of my timeline.

Application Submitted-----Jan 2012

Local Office----------Mississauga

Start of processing--------Sept 2012

Pre-Test RQ----------------Sept 2012

RQ submitted--------------Oct 2012

File transferred to St Clair-----April 2013

Citizenship Test---------- 24th Sept 2014 St Clair

Oath Date------------Dec 4th 2014 at Mississauga.

Thank you everybody for your insights and opinions and Good Luck to you all.
Application Sent:Jan 2012--Started Processing:Sept 2012--Pre-Test RQ: Sept 2012---Finger Print:Sept 2012---Finger Print Sent:Sept 2012---Waiting for Test Date----Local Office--Mississauga
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Hello, when you went for the test/interview did you take all the docs you submitted with the RQ? (mine is quite a box full) or just the ID stuff? Thanks!
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Replied to your private message.

Went for interview on Sept 24,2014 and took some basic documents like CBSA records , application copy, IDs and T4s.

Agent in the interview was nice and only checked my IDs and CBSa records.
Application Sent:Jan 2012--Started Processing:Sept 2012--Pre-Test RQ: Sept 2012---Finger Print:Sept 2012---Finger Print Sent:Sept 2012---Waiting for Test Date----Local Office--Mississauga
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Hello everyone, 


        My test/interview is in a week. I wanted to ask whether any of you laminated their CoPR? If so, did you have any trouble during the interview because of the lamination?  When I got my CoPR I thought that it would be a good idea to laminate it, and there were no warning instructions against lamination, e.g. void if laminated, written anywhere on the CoPR paper. 
Could this be a problem during the document verification phase of my interview? I am asking because a friend of mine recently told me that laminating a legal document in Canada voids it, and I am not sure to what extent he is correct.

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