Skilled worker, self employed

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Subject: Skilled worker, self employed
  Hello all,

If the main applicant´s husband is self employed, what does the husband has to send to CIC? On the checklist, it asked both parties to send Work experience documents.. e.g. employment letter. Since the husband has been self employed for ages what does he have to send to CIC. Sorry I just repeated myself.

Thank you

Minj

[15-01-2008,18:14]
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Minj
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Minj It would help greatly to know what type of application your submitting.

Roy
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[16-01-2008,09:16]
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Roy
(in reply to: Skilled worker, self employed)
Assuming you applying FSW, your husband ought to provide everything he can that proves he is self employed ie: tax returns, W2 forms (or the equivalent), a letter stating his work and general duties (on company letterhead), a business card, etc. He can also provide a list of clients or colleagues, if he feels it would be beneficial. We were self employed for several years, and had no problem providing plenty of evidence.
[16-01-2008,17:29]
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