Immigration Issues/no birth certificate

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Hello Ravi

I don't have a birth certificate to submit with my sinp and federal
application form. What should I do about that? If I submit a no record found certificate and my secondary school certificate along with affidavits from my parents will it suffice my purpose as I was born in 1986.

Thanks

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Dear Saurabh,

Thanks for your inquiry.

That's exactly you have to do: Submit a no record found certificate and secondary school certificate along with one affidavit from  parents and one from you stating the facts. And that's more then sufficient.

Regards,
Ravi

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Senior Paralegal (Immigration) CVT Law Office Surrey BC

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