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Old 01-13-2017, 10:01 PM
tropicalfish tropicalfish is offline
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Default Applying for ACIA

Hi,

I am applying for ACIA in Canada.

In the application form, it states that we need to provide:
- an official transcript from the examining actuarial body, listing all exams passed
- Certificate of attendance at the CIA Professionalism Workshop, or the CAS Professionalism Workshop when offered in Canada

For the first one, do I request the official transcript from SOA? Or do they accept the transcript and gradeslip copies printed from the SOA Web site?

For the second one, do I provide the original copy? I guess so, but just want to double check.

My ASA application is in process and the status will show up online by the end of this month. With that being said, do I still need to provide CIA with the above two documents they require, or simply states that I have got my ASA designation? I asked so because those are also the requirements for ASA, and if I met all the criteria from SOA, I should have met all criteria from CIA as well.
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