in country where applying

Discussion in 'English Only' started by windyvalley, Apr 3, 2009.

  1. windyvalley Senior Member

    Chinese
    Hi,

    I am now filling in a visa application form for a friend(She is leaving China to Canada for a business trip),and I am a little confused about this question:

    8/a Immigration status of applicant(s) in country where applying
    1/citizen
    2/permanent resident
    3/temporary resident
    4/worker
    5/student

    Is this question asking the applicant's status in Canada or in China(my country)? As my understanding, it is about the status in China, but I am not sure when reading "immigration status".

    If it is Canada, the preposition should be "to country where applying" ,Am I right?

    Thanks.

    Windy
     
  2. roxcyn

    roxcyn Senior Member

    USA
    American English [AmE]
    It is referring to the country you are in now (=China). There are various statuses as that shows.

    Pablo
     

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