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Subject: University transcripts for Canadian Immigration
  Could anyone advise the following:
I am collecting the documents for Skilled worker immigration programme , I would be applying in the London office. There´s a requirement to supply a notarized,translated into English copy of my diploma and the original transcipts in the university sealed envelope. Should I submit my transcipts notarized and translated only, would it be a problem ? Or is it strictly university sealed envelope that is required to submit the transcrips in ? Any of you had this experience, what have you submitted ?

Regards,

Elena

[03-09-2005,05:46]
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elena
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Send your transcript as it with a letter of explanation if you can?t get them sealed.
Good luck

[03-09-2005,06:21]
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David
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Is there any problem to send them in a sealed envelope Elena?
Ask your university to send your documents in a sealed envelope .
this may solve the proplem.


[03-09-2005,07:43]
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Anonymous
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if you can submitt transcripts in sealed envelope then why not?
[03-09-2005,08:59]
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Steve
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Depending, where are you from, not every department gives official transcpipts in sealed invelopes.
If you plan to submit only the copy of your Diploma and notarized translation of it, I don´t think that it will be a problem.

[03-09-2005,12:04]
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hell
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It is all a bit confusing. In the US, I had the university mail me the transcript. The envelope arrived sealed. I then included the transcript in the sealed envelope with my application. I did not have the transcript notarized and some were not official transcripts but were "student copies." This did not cause me any problems. I have made it past the "additional paperwork" stage and CIC did not request anything more.

It seems like you should use common sense as your guide. For example, CIC asks for notarized employment contracts. I have never worked with a contract, so I simply said this. Where the person writing the letter was also a notary, I had the person imprint his/her seal, but otherwise I ignored the notarization. Once again, this did not present a problem.

Good luck to you. Gathering the paperwork is the second most frustrating part of this experience (waiting without information is the first).

[03-09-2005,13:47]
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Tim
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