T1135 Efiling - why is it transmitted separately? I efiled and received a notice from the CRA that I had not filed the t1135, I thought it was part of the single filing.

I see now there is a separate efiling just for this form. Do you know if I can try to ask for leniency? also, is there a way to see on efile transmission history if the efile for t1135 was submitted? I only see a file number. Thanks. 

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Hi, thank you for using Intuit ProFile Community

Since ProFile has always had two different menu items for the tax filing and the filing of the T1135, (see menu.png), ProFile displays a warning in the auditor to let preparers know to file the T1135 separately from the T1 ( or  T2) filing., (see t1 1135.png). 

If the T1135 was sent to Canada Revenue Agency( CRA), there would be a confirmation number on the info tab in the area shown in conf.PNG. If it was not sent, there will not be a record in properties > actions.

I apologize for the inconvenience but hope this helps

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