In my case it changed to decision made after I sent my passport for stamping.. It varies.. and someone I know .. still says In Process.. even though he has landed.... the estatus cannot be used.... as an indicator.. atleast from my experience.
filed March 2002
Received first letter-- July 02
Received 2nd letter-- june 26th, 03----Interview waived, medical forms received, additional info such as, current employer letter, pay stub, updated criminal check, landing fees and bank statement requested.
My parents have a multiple US visitors visa and the current I-94 is until October. Am thinking to apply for their Canadian Visitors Visa from Sept - Feb. Any suggestions on how best to go about it to avoid any denials?? I see on the form that they have to mention if anybody from the family has applied for Permanent Residence.
They had applied for Canadian Visitors Visa from India which will expire end of July.
Please share your experiences and thoughts. Appreciate it very much.
I went to the police station yday and was told that they dont do immigration fingerprinting. I told them a few times that it is for canadian but that guy thinks he is smart.
So I showed CICs letter and he still claims that they dont do it. Can I do something about it ? Luckily for him, CIC has written that fingerprinting 'MAY' be done at most police stations. and this guy says tht his station is not one of them !
Any help ? (Can I sue them for not knowing their job )
Respoding to your queries, here is what I think based on my experience:
- I think they are unclear whether to award you full points for English, adn since you have 76 points-the margin for error is thin.So take the IELTS or CELPIP, which is easier to schedule.
- Since you ahve a baby now, you will have to fill foms for the baby, and send in medicals as well-inform CIC immediately.
I applied in Feb-end/Mar 2002 beginning, AOR - 11th July 2002, since then I have heard nothing.
I have 92 points and am currently working in Canada for the last 1.5 years.
Hope you guys are doing better with your application.