What Happens If There Is Not Enough Space to Answer Questions in an Immigration Application


All immigration forms have a limited amount of space for a person’s answers. If an answer requires more space, what do you do?

Just because an immigration form has a limited amount of space does not mean that you should shorten your answer to fit the space. In any application, it is important that additional pages be added to include all relevant information and that these pages are clearly references. Failure to do so could result in an application being refused.

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