Pr application returned due to missing signature. ok to just sign and resubmit, or do we need to redo application forms?

Hi! I submitted an inland PR application through spousal sponsorship in May. It was returned this week as incomplete because we didn't provide a physical signature in addition to a digital signature on the Schedule A form. Is it ok for us to simply sign it and return everything as is? Nothing in their letter to us implied that we need to redo any forms, but we want to make sure the original application and original signatures (submitted 6 months ago) is still valid. Thank you!

Asked about 2 months ago in Vancouver, British Columbia
Categories: Immigration

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Angelina Shuster

Answer by Angelina Shuster

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You have to check all forms on the website and compare them to those you submitted because some forms could be updated since your initial submission (6 months ago). If it happened, then you have to fill out and sign the updated forms and remove the outdated ones.

Posted about 2 months ago

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