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About additional documents required by Initial assessment,PLZ!

Old May 9th 2003, 5:41 am
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Joy
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Hi,

We got the initial assessment, asking us to hand in the additional
documents:
1) medical examination holding 6 months
2) banking account

Timeline for your reference:
Applied in Feb, 2002
AOR: June, 2002
Initial Assessment:May,2003

My questions are,

1) My husband and I are in Canada now, so we can take the medical
examination in the hospital list attached to the assessment letter,
all of them are Canadian hospitals. But our son is back in our home
country, how about his medical examination? Is it OK for him to take
it in our home country, while the assessment letter states that it
must be taken in the listed hospitals in Canada?

2) Almost all our money is under my saving account. Is it OK to show
the banking account bearing only my name, while my husband is the
principal applicant? If this won’t do, what if we transfer the
money now to his account, and in this case, it will be easily seen
that the money is temporarily transferred, is this proof of our
banking account convincing? If this won’t do either,
what’s your suggestion to us?

If your kind help will be greatly appreciated. Looking forward to
sharing your insight.

joy
 
Old May 9th 2003, 6:33 am
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Jim Humphries
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Your son can take the medical in his home country but it must be with an
approved doctor. You can use your bank account as proof of funds.
--
Jim Humphries, former visa officer
"joy" wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Hi,
    > We got the initial assessment, asking us to hand in the additional
    > documents:
    > 1) medical examination holding 6 months
    > 2) banking account
    > Timeline for your reference:
    > Applied in Feb, 2002
    > AOR: June, 2002
    > Initial Assessment:May,2003
    > My questions are,
    > 1) My husband and I are in Canada now, so we can take the medical
    > examination in the hospital list attached to the assessment letter,
    > all of them are Canadian hospitals. But our son is back in our home
    > country, how about his medical examination? Is it OK for him to take
    > it in our home country, while the assessment letter states that it
    > must be taken in the listed hospitals in Canada?
    > 2) Almost all our money is under my saving account. Is it OK to show
    > the banking account bearing only my name, while my husband is the
    > principal applicant? If this won’t do, what if we transfer the
    > money now to his account, and in this case, it will be easily seen
    > that the money is temporarily transferred, is this proof of our
    > banking account convincing? If this won’t do either,
    > what’s your suggestion to us?
    > If your kind help will be greatly appreciated. Looking forward to
    > sharing your insight.
    > joy
 
Old May 9th 2003, 10:43 am
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Joy
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"Jim Humphries" wrote in message news:...
    > Your son can take the medical in his home country but it must be with an
    > approved doctor. You can use your bank account as proof of funds.
    > --
    > Jim Humphries, former visa officer
    > "joy" wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    > > Hi,
    > >
    > > We got the initial assessment, asking us to hand in the additional
    > > documents:
    > > 1) medical examination holding 6 months
    > > 2) banking account
    > >
    > > Timeline for your reference:
    > > Applied in Feb, 2002
    > > AOR: June, 2002
    > > Initial Assessment:May,2003
    > >
    > > My questions are,
    > >
    > > 1) My husband and I are in Canada now, so we can take the medical
    > > examination in the hospital list attached to the assessment letter,
    > > all of them are Canadian hospitals. But our son is back in our home
    > > country, how about his medical examination? Is it OK for him to take
    > > it in our home country, while the assessment letter states that it
    > > must be taken in the listed hospitals in Canada?
    > >
    > > 2) Almost all our money is under my saving account. Is it OK to show
    > > the banking account bearing only my name, while my husband is the
    > > principal applicant? If this won’t do, what if we transfer the
    > > money now to his account, and in this case, it will be easily seen
    > > that the money is temporarily transferred, is this proof of our
    > > banking account convincing? If this won’t do either,
    > > what’s your suggestion to us?
    > >
    > > If your kind help will be greatly appreciated. Looking forward to
    > > sharing your insight.
    > >
    > > joy

Thank you very much, Mr. Humphries. I really appreciate your kind
response to my inquiry.

Best

joy
 

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