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Visitor visa: parents name spelling mismatch
By: obscuree on Nov 26, 2019 01:50 AM EST
Dear Altruist I am a Canadian PR and interested to apply for my parents visitor visa from Bangladesh to Canada. In my PR application, passport and birth certificate my father name is: A. M. Sirajul whereas in my fathers passport and documents, his name is written in full form and change in 'e' with 'i' as: Ahad Muhammad Serajul. Same problem with my mother name as well. While sending them the invitation letter what name I should mention and if this mismatch could be an issue for the Canadian immigration officer while assessing for the visa. I would greatly appreciate any help in this regard. Thanks.
By: Zhang Hui on Nov 26, 2019 12:41 PM EST
Your parents are applicants, so their names must match the names on their respective passports. You may submit an affidavit explaining the situation.
Zhang Hui, RCIC, #R524643
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