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Lavrel
14-09-2004, 00:53
Hello everyone, maybe one of you have ever been in the same situation. I would like to invite a russian friend to visit me in Canada. Everything is settled(invitation, money, the stay at my place etc...). But here's my question. Since she, like many people in russia , does'nt have her working book since she never had jobs with big firms or been employed by the government. Is it going to be possible, or how hard is it going to be for her to get the very basic touristic visa? thank you,
Bye.

Irena
14-09-2004, 18:45
What does she need a work book for ? Wouldn’t the employer’s letter be sufficient ? I just came back from Canada, where I travelled on a Russian passport. I only sent my bank statement and a couple of payslips together with the invitation (also issued by a friend) and the application form. That was obviously enough.
Irena

Dima Orloff
30-06-2009, 08:38
All as all in Russia: inaccessibly, very uncomfortable.

annasophia
30-06-2009, 11:35
All as all in Russia: inaccessibly, very uncomfortable.

My vote for Post O'the Day!

Five year old question with a latent and utterly incomprehensible answer.

Dima, you win! Collect your kielbasa and sedatives at the door as you leave....

quant
07-07-2009, 21:18
It wil not be hard.

AndreyS
07-07-2009, 21:51
My vote for Post O'the Day!

Five year old question with a latent and utterly incomprehensible answer.

Dima, you win! Collect your kielbasa and sedatives at the door as you leave....

Yes. He is stupid himself.

AndreyS
07-07-2009, 21:53
It wil not be hard.

What?

AndreyS
07-07-2009, 21:55
My vote for Post O'the Day!

Five year old question with a latent and utterly incomprehensible answer.

Dima, you win! Collect your kielbasa and sedatives at the door as you leave....

Hey, AnnaS! What is kielbarsa?