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Agency or on your own

Old Apr 30th 2006, 8:48 pm
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Originally Posted by Griff
Thanks Morwenna, It would be great if we just get a kit of the shelf to answer all the queries we have. Point taken, I think the stress it starting to kick in.

Just think of yourself on a rollercoaster ride (and hold on very tight)
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Old Apr 30th 2006, 9:39 pm
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Originally Posted by Craftybanshee
Just think of yourself on a rollercoaster ride (and hold on very tight)
I know, but I don't like rollercoasters
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Old Apr 30th 2006, 10:55 pm
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Originally Posted by SivoxII

The only thing that tripped me up (causing a longer delay) ... was the requirement of fingerprints. I was specifically told by the UK side of things, that i should not be asked for fingerprints as part of the process, but checking later on here in Canada, i WAS required to submit fingerprints, as i had been resident in Canada for more than 6 months. At this point, we were worried about the Medical checks running out, as they are only good for 1 year, but thankfully everything clicked into place at the right time, so with an extra few months delay, i became a landed PR in 13 months (from start to finish)
Hi there

Did you have to provide the finger prints and was this done in Canada?
We will probably of been in Canada for more than 6 months by the time our file gets looked at. Would you advise us to have some done before we leave?

Thanks.
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Old May 4th 2006, 12:41 pm
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We didn't use an agency, their fees are ridiculous, but it depends if you have the money I suppose. If you read the Canadian Immigration site thoroughly there is nothing an agency can do that you can't do yourself. Good luck

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