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In Canada Class (Spousal) Interview- what does it mean, what should I expect?

In Canada Class (Spousal) Interview- what does it mean, what should I expect?

Old May 27th 2003, 8:00 am
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Julian Rendell
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Hi all-

Quick background:
Sponsored by my wife, via in-Canada family class. So far all paperwork has
been accepted, and follow-ups completed. Have succesfully applied for
open work permit. (Originally had a sponsored work permit.)

I'm going to an interview this week. The letter says it's an interview
and to "...receive Confirmation of Permanent Residence."

What does this mean? Does this mean I've been accepted in principle?
After reading here that a lot of people seem to get waivers and only the
marginal cases have interviews, you've got me worried :-)

What kind of questions should I expect?

Should I be taking a long copies of all the documentation etc we put
together for the original application?

Thanks in advance for any help/suggestions.

Regards

Julian Rendell
 
Old May 27th 2003, 9:31 am
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Pmm
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Hi Julian

"Julian Rendell" wrote in message
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    > Hi all-
    > Quick background:
    > Sponsored by my wife, via in-Canada family class. So far all paperwork has
    > been accepted, and follow-ups completed. Have succesfully applied for
    > open work permit. (Originally had a sponsored work permit.)
    > I'm going to an interview this week. The letter says it's an interview
    > and to "...receive Confirmation of Permanent Residence."
    > What does this mean? Does this mean I've been accepted in principle?
    > After reading here that a lot of people seem to get waivers and only the
    > marginal cases have interviews, you've got me worried :-)
    > What kind of questions should I expect?
    > Should I be taking a long copies of all the documentation etc we put
    > together for the original application?
    > Thanks in advance for any help/suggestions.
    > Regards
    > Julian Rendell

You are going to be "landed", so take your passport.

PMM
 
Old May 27th 2003, 9:43 am
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Pete
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It is "landing interview" - congratulations!!!!

Pete

On Tue, 27 May 2003 20:00:35 GMT, "Julian Rendell"
wrote:

    >Hi all-
    >Quick background:
    >Sponsored by my wife, via in-Canada family class. So far all paperwork has
    >been accepted, and follow-ups completed. Have succesfully applied for
    >open work permit. (Originally had a sponsored work permit.)
    >I'm going to an interview this week. The letter says it's an interview
    >and to "...receive Confirmation of Permanent Residence."
    >What does this mean? Does this mean I've been accepted in principle?
    >After reading here that a lot of people seem to get waivers and only the
    >marginal cases have interviews, you've got me worried :-)
    >What kind of questions should I expect?
    >Should I be taking a long copies of all the documentation etc we put
    >together for the original application?
    >Thanks in advance for any help/suggestions.
    >Regards
    >Julian Rendell
 
Old May 27th 2003, 10:36 am
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I recently had the same thing(my interview was at the end of April) I, too was worried but it's just a formality!

and Congraulations!
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Old May 27th 2003, 11:22 am
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Congratualtions!
Could you please tell us your timeline? Speciallly, how long after you
applied you got the open work permit.
Daniel
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    > I recently had the same thing(my interview was at the end of April) I,
    > too was worried but it's just a formality!
    > and Congraulations!
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