Assessment as per new law

Old Jan 19th 2002, 2:41 pm
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Mahesh Kurup
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Dear Mr. Miller:

The new immigration regulation seems to be implemented by June 28th 2002. Also the
application filed on or before December 15th 2001 will be evluated by the 75 points
limit. My question is does it mean that the applicants filed in between December
15th, 2001 and June 28th, 2002 requires the 80 points score?

An answer willl be highly appreciated

Regards

Mahesh Kurup
 
Old Jan 19th 2002, 2:51 pm
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There are two distinctive issues here in respect to transition rules.

1. Applicants who received interview waiver or passed the interview before the
implementation of new law will be assessed under old selection criteria,
regardless the date their applications were received. So, even those applying now
may have a slight chance in some visa posts to be assessed under old law.

2. All those who will not receive interview waiver or pass the interview by the date
new law comes into force will be assessed under new selection criteria against
pass mark of 75 points if their applications were received before December 17,
2001 or against pass mark of 80 points if applications were received after
December 17, 2001.

Of course all of the above will be valid if no changes are made to pre-published
Regulations.

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Old Jan 20th 2002, 9:54 am
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jiggajulz is an unknown quantity at this point
Default how about family class?

what happens to family class applicants?i sent in my application on 4th sept. AOR received on the 10th oct. and till date i have not received and letter waiving interview or for medicals
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Old Jan 20th 2002, 10:13 am
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Nothing happened. Everything is normal as it should be. If you are a sponsored spouse
then depending from your nationality, countries you resided in for 6 or more months
and visa post application was submitted to the entire process may take 6 to 12+
months to conclude. If you are a sponsored fiancée, parent or any other than spouse
Family class member then processing time may take anywhere from 8 to 20+ months.

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