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Hello all,
I have been a quiet reader in this forum and really appreciate all the clarifications provided by some of the senior members. I have received my ITA and have a question on the LTSS documents. In my invite it says against Qualifications that I need to provide documents that prove my skill is in the LTSS list. Aren't these docs same as my experience letters and educational qualifications? Does that mean I need to keep 2 certified copies of the same document or have any of you attached any other docs to substantiate the LTSS requirements? Please help.

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Hi,

I'll move this thread to the Coffee Longe area - Immigration sharing ideas.

If you are claiming for an occupation off the LTSSL, look in the column to the right of the actual listed occupation. You MUST match these requirements exactly so all you need to do is prove you have what it says you need in the requirements. This could mean the same post-qualification experience letters and academic qualifications relating to that occupation.
If you are intending to double up on the documents you shouldn't need to. Just make a reference to them in another area of the ITA submission.
If there is anything wrong with your submission, Immigration will come back to you for more clarification or evidence and should explain what they need.

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