any ideas ? returned applications

Old Jul 29th 2002, 5:11 am
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I would like anyones view on this question
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Received AOR in March 2002 from London

If my application is not returned to me to renew the forms and fees does this mean it will go through on the old rules with the lower passmark ? or is the passmark flexible between DEC & JUNE 28th ???


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Old Jul 29th 2002, 8:21 am
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If your application was recieved before Dec 31 2001, and you receive either your
interview or waiver of interview, then the old rules will apply. If you are not
interviewed or waived then the new rules will apply with a lowered pass mark (70). If
your application was received after that date then the new rules will apply and the
pass mark will be
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april wrote:
    >
    > I would like anyones view on this question Thanks
    >
    > Received AOR in March 2002 from London
    >
    > If my application is not returned to me to renew the forms and fees does this mean
    > it will go through on the old rules with the lower passmark ? or is the passmark
    > flexible between DEC & JUNE 28th ???
    >
    > Thanks for any info
    >
    > --
    > chris
    >
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Old Jul 29th 2002, 8:21 am
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No, it doesn't mean it at all. You received AOR and that means your application got
into the process. You may be required to submit additional information and/or
documents during the process.

All applications received after December 31, 2001 are already subject to new law.

Only applications received before the end of 2001 and assessed before March 31, 2003
will be evaluated under old law.

Cases received before the end of 2001 but assessed after March 2003 will be subject
to new law and will be assessed against new selection grid, although with a lower
transitional pass mark of 70 points.

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"april" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I would like anyones view on this question Thanks
    >
    > Received AOR in March 2002 from London
    >
    > If my application is not returned to me to renew the forms and fees does this mean
    > it will go through on the old rules with the lower passmark ? or is the passmark
    > flexible between DEC & JUNE 28th ???
    >
    >
    > Thanks for any info
    >
    >
    >
    > --
    > chris
    >
    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com
 
Old Jul 30th 2002, 12:31 pm
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Hi
I understand I will go through under the new rules, but I think its unfair that ; Two of the same type of applications, one is returned for the new fees and forms, and one not, get assessed under the same criteria.

I have another strange question :

Can an Skilled worker application after submission, if it has failed,
be changed or altered to fit the criteria for a
self-employment application if they knew it would pass, by the immigration officer.

I realise he \she would need additional information to do this.

The answer is probably NO but I live in hope as this was the option I did not take !!!!

Thank very much
life is so complicated !
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Old Jul 30th 2002, 3:21 pm
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No, processing officers cannot change the class anymore under new law. Each
application will be assessed in the category as applied for.

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"april" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi I understand I will go through under the new rules, but I think its unfair that
    > ; Two of the same type of applications, one is returned for the new fees and forms,
    > and one not, get assessed under the same criteria.
    >
    > I have another strange question :
    >
    > Can an Skilled worker application after submission, if it has failed, be changed or
    > altered to fit the criteria for a self-employment application if they knew it would
    > pass, by the immigration officer.
    >
    > I realise he \she would need additional information to do this.
    >
    > The answer is probably NO but I live in hope as this was the option I did not
    > take !!!!
    >
    > Thank very much life is so complicated !
    >
    >
    >
    > --
    > chris
    >
    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com
 

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