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Can I have chance to waive the interview??

Can I have chance to waive the interview??

Old Sep 9th 2003, 12:21 pm
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Default Can I have chance to waive the interview??

I need an interview in Seattle and the reason for nterview is to check my experience and education. I received the new form in July. I asked my former emplyers to write the up-to-date reference letters in detail. When I submitted the first application package two years ago, the reference letters were too short because somebody told they should be concise. The reference letters are all with stamps. I even attach the cover pages of my former companies to let the officer know what kinds of companies they are. I submitted transcripts of my undergraduate studies and graduate studies.

Do I have any chance to get interview waived? It is too long and I am really exhausted now.
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Old Sep 10th 2003, 4:42 am
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Hi JKhan

"Jkhan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I need an interview in Seattle and the reason for nterview is to check
    > my experience and education. I received the new form in July. I asked my
    > former emplyers to write the up-to-date reference letters in detail.
    > When I submitted the first application package two years ago, the
    > reference letters were too short because somebody told they should be
    > concise. The reference letters are all with stamps. I even attach the
    > cover pages of my former companies to let the officer know what kinds of
    > companies they are. I submitted transcripts of my undergraduate studies
    > and graduate studies.
    > Do I have any chance to get interview waived? It is too long and I am
    > really exhausted now.
    > --
    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com

Very unlikely that CHC will change it's mind about an interview at this
stage.

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Old Sep 10th 2003, 5:20 am
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Default Thanks very much

Thanks,

Is this kind of interview common??

What material should I take to the interview?

If one of my former emplyer changes the address and telephone number, what shall I do?? Ask for a new reference letter or just ignore it??


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