Can my Sister be Co-Signer as Common-Law?

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Subject: Can my Sister be Co-Signer as Common-Law?
  Hello,

I am landed 3.5 years, and my sister came to Canada last year as Landed Immigrant, she lives with me and has an income; last year some income too.

Mother is alone, outside Canada, she has only two kids - me and Sister.

Can I put name of my sister as co-signer? Is it a big deal/risk?

Thanks

[23-06-2005,12:47]
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Freddy
(in reply to: Can my Sister be Co-Signer as Common-Law?)
Only in Kentucky!

[23-06-2005,18:50]
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dave
(in reply to: Can my Sister be Co-Signer as Common-Law?)


What?

[23-06-2005,19:51]
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Andy
(in reply to: Can my Sister be Co-Signer as Common-Law?)
what do you mean?????????
[24-06-2005,08:13]
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Bravo2
(in reply to: Can my Sister be Co-Signer as Common-Law?)
I mean: my mother is alone outside Canada and there is no any legal space in application forms for my sister. I have to call them directly and ask. If this plays any role in sponsorship of parents...
[24-06-2005,11:35]
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Freddy
(in reply to: Can my Sister be Co-Signer as Common-Law?)
Thanks man, no problem.
Is far as I understood, people at VOs are very stupid, and sometimes use their brain instead of more intelligent butts.

[26-07-2006,02:10]
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WD
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