The answer is obviously yes; you've had passports from another country.
The question is very simple. It's not asking if you have another country's passport or any other travel document at this moment, it's asking if any other country ever issued a passport or other travel document to you.
There are multiple sections for travel history:
one for the UK
one for the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, EEA and Switzerland
and a final one for other countries.
Travel to Switzerland goes into the second one, not the last.
The PAN card is an identity document. Its valid even if you did not file income tax or used for sometime. It can be used to prove the date of birth.
According to Finland Abroad you can have your document authenticated for use abroad by:
Pakistani documents must be legalised at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan. After that they can be sent directly to the competent Finnish authorities, who will decide if they approve the documents or not.
That being said:
Norwegian Embassy in Islamabad no ...
From Finland Abroad:
Finland does not have a mission in Pakistan.
In consular matters, you can seek advice from the missions of the other Nordic countries or EU countries.
Sweden has the closest bonds with Finland so I'd suggest visiting that embassy, located in Islamabad.
Some Swedes speak Finnish naturally, but the Danish, Icelanders and Norwegians ...
It seems that you want to know what documents to submit with your Canada temporary resident visa application. These are listed in the official document checklist published by Canada.
You should read the entire checklist, as it is a bit long to reproduce here. But it does mention (among other things) that you should submit:
Copies of bank statements ...
Article 14 of the Visa Code https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32009R0810&from=EN covers Supporting Documents and states that the applicant should present “(d) information enabling an assessment of the applicant’s intention to leave the territory of the Member States before the expiry of the visa applied for.”
Within Annex II (...
Per Timatic, the system used by airlines, the following are required:
Passport / travel documents valid for a minimum of 150 days from the arrival date, printed in the Latin alphabet and containing at least 1 unused visa page excluding the page reserved for "Observations" or "Amendments and Endorsements".
You will be asked on the application form if there are dependents you’re temporarily leaving behind.
That section is exactly for the situation you describe.
Here is a screenshot of that section. You can add as many dependents as there are, and you will have to answer the following for each one of them.
UK Immigration Rules don’t specify a minimum savings/income requirement. https://www.gov.uk/guidance/immigration-rules/immigration-rules-appendix-v-visitor-rules What matters is that an applicant has sufficient funds available to them to cover the costs trip, and that those costs are proportionate to their overall financial situation.
One cover letter ...
When making a UK visitor visa application, the main thing that you have to demonstrate is that you will return home after your trip. This is why you have been asked to give evidence that you have somewhere to live outside the UK when you apply. Someone who has no home is much more likely to try and stay in the UK beyond the limit of their visa. As Traveller ...
No, you can’t fly without ID as per this question:
As per the guidelines, it is mandatory to carry a Government issued photo identification (ID) proof along with the E-Ticket for domestic flights in India.
Valid ID are:
The valid photo identification documents allowed are: Valid Passport / Driving License / Election Voter Card / Ration Card/ Aadhar ...
Stating the relationship (and not just "cousin": it is a vague term) should be enough (e.g. it is the son of the brother of your father? [add names]).
But why you cousin want to sponsor you (and not me)? This is a question embassy want to know. They want to be sure you will comply with the visa (not working and returning within the visa timeframe). In ...
You can book fully refundable flights, which are not cheap, and ask for a refund as soon as the visa is in your hands or you have the denial.
Or you can buy a cheap airline ticket or even a bus ticket for the smallest possible amount of money. When you get your visa you can either use it or buy a better ticket or an upgrade.