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I have a question I want to ask, I have uploaded the letter of invitation, not a Problem, is there still need for me to have the invitee's data page of his international Passport? Just to make a re-confirmation

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  • No, I did not see it there. But i am just wondering – Adam Dec 27 '19 at 21:13
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    You are the invitee. The person inviting you is the inviter. – Traveller Dec 28 '19 at 0:05
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The invitation letter must include some proof of the person's legal status in Canada. It can be, but it does not necessarily have to be, a copy of the passport.

The complete requirements for the invitation letter are on Canada's web site. With respect to proving your inviter's status in Canada, the letter must include:

  • complete name,
  • date of birth,
  • address and telephone number in Canada,
  • job title,
  • whether you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident,
  • a photocopy of a document proving your status in Canada, such as
    • a Canadian birth certificate, if you were born in Canada,
    • a Canadian citizenship card, if you are a naturalized citizen, or
    • a copy of your PR card or your IMM 1000 proof of landing, if you are a permanent resident,

You should include this to the same PDF as the invitation letter itself, when you upload the document.

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    Thanks, exactly what i needed to clarify, PR Card. the person inviting me holds a permanent residence for Canada – Adam Dec 27 '19 at 21:21

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