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Answering questions at the hearing

Answering questions at the hearing

Answering questions at the hearing

The claimant will be asked to make a declaration or take an oath to swear that they will tell the truth during the hearing.

The claimant will then be asked to confirm that the Basis of Claim Form they filed is complete, true, and accurate. If an interpreter helped in filling out the Basis of Claim Form, the claimant will be asked to confirm that the entire form, including any amendments, was read to them and that they understood it.

As early as possible in the hearing, the claimant should say something if:

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