buffalo & transferring file

Old Sep 26th 2003, 8:19 am
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Nils
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Hi

I'm living in the US and have applied for canadian
landed immigrant status through Buffalo. Timeline:

March 2002 application sent
in between file # received
April 2003 interview waved, request for some more information
and medical forms (not to be performed within 6 months)
Sep 2003 got medical which is going through Ottawa now

Current status = in process

I've read somewhere in this group that processing times
for Buffalo might go up because of lots of US visa holders
trying to get into Canada (like me I guess).

Now - I'm originally from Germany and thinking about going
back to Europe for a couple of months.

Question 1 : Does my file *have* to move as well (to
Frankfurt I guess) or can it stay with Buffalo by (maybe)
using an address of friends in the US or Canada?

Question 2 : Is it advisable to get the file to germany
because of their better(?) processing times?

Question 3 : How bad of an impact would an address change
and the slow(?) file-transfer from Buffalo to Germany be?

Question 4 : Should I stick around and not move an inch at
this point because my final paperwork is just around the corner

Thanks for ideas/comments

Cheers
Nils
 
Old Sep 26th 2003, 9:50 am
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Andrew Miller
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Do nothing, leave your case where it is.

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"Nils" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi
    > I'm living in the US and have applied for canadian
    > landed immigrant status through Buffalo. Timeline:
    > March 2002 application sent
    > in between file # received
    > April 2003 interview waved, request for some more information
    > and medical forms (not to be performed within 6 months)
    > Sep 2003 got medical which is going through Ottawa now
    > Current status = in process
    > I've read somewhere in this group that processing times
    > for Buffalo might go up because of lots of US visa holders
    > trying to get into Canada (like me I guess).
    > Now - I'm originally from Germany and thinking about going
    > back to Europe for a couple of months.
    > Question 1 : Does my file *have* to move as well (to
    > Frankfurt I guess) or can it stay with Buffalo by (maybe)
    > using an address of friends in the US or Canada?
    > Question 2 : Is it advisable to get the file to germany
    > because of their better(?) processing times?
    > Question 3 : How bad of an impact would an address change
    > and the slow(?) file-transfer from Buffalo to Germany be?
    > Question 4 : Should I stick around and not move an inch at
    > this point because my final paperwork is just around the corner
    > Thanks for ideas/comments
    > Cheers
    > Nils
 
Old Sep 28th 2003, 10:51 am
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Nils
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"Andrew Miller" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected] >...
    > Do nothing, leave your case where it is.

Thanks for your input - does this mean (in your oppinion) that
I can move to Europe, make an address change *and* keep the
file in Buffalo, too? If yes, do I have to specify this "don't
move my file" when sending in the address change information?

Thanks
 
Old Sep 28th 2003, 11:11 am
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Andrew Miller
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Yes. Just notify about residential and mailing addresses change. I strongly
recommend keeping mailing address in US.

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Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
________________________________


"Nils" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > "Andrew Miller" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:<[email protected] >...
    > > Do nothing, leave your case where it is.
    > Thanks for your input - does this mean (in your oppinion) that
    > I can move to Europe, make an address change *and* keep the
    > file in Buffalo, too? If yes, do I have to specify this "don't
    > move my file" when sending in the address change information?
    > Thanks
 

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