Expert opinion needed, please

Old Jul 2nd 2003, 8:42 am
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Default Expert opinion needed, please

I suppose you've heard about Justice Frederick Gibson's order that
nobody caught between the two systems should be rejected until the
cases involving the thousands of other applicants have been decided by
the court:

"The Minister of Citizenship and Immigration is directed to refrain
from finally rejecting applications for permanent residence submitted
before the 1st of January 2002 by economic class applicants seeking
immigrant visas and who have not been provided notice of a decision
thereon before the date of this Order."

It's clear that CIC will stop processing all the applications received
before January 2002 until they come to a decision.

I've read an expert's opinion saying that if the immigration candidate
is sure that he has enough points according to the new rules it is
recommendable to announce the immigration office that he agrees to an
assessment.
By doing this the candidate avoids the expected long delay caused by
the freezing of the pre-Jan 2002 application.

Mr. Humphries, Mr.Miller, Mr. Metcalfe, other experts: What's your
opinion on this ? Is it a good idea ?
 
Old Jul 2nd 2003, 2:56 pm
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Default Re: Expert opinion needed, please

"I've read an expert's opinion saying that if the immigration
candidate is sure that he has enough points according to the new rules
it is recommendable to announce the immigration office that he agrees
to an assessment."

Unless is this true AND confirmed by the CIC (but rather than
experts), it could be considered.
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[email protected] (OS) wrote in message news:...
    > I suppose you've heard about Justice Frederick Gibson's order that
    > nobody caught between the two systems should be rejected until the
    > cases involving the thousands of other applicants have been decided by
    > the court:
    >
    > "The Minister of Citizenship and Immigration is directed to refrain
    > from finally rejecting applications for permanent residence submitted
    > before the 1st of January 2002 by economic class applicants seeking
    > immigrant visas and who have not been provided notice of a decision
    > thereon before the date of this Order."
    >
    > It's clear that CIC will stop processing all the applications received
    > before January 2002 until they come to a decision.
    >
    > I've read an expert's opinion saying that if the immigration candidate
    > is sure that he has enough points according to the new rules it is
    > recommendable to announce the immigration office that he agrees to an
    > assessment.
    > By doing this the candidate avoids the expected long delay caused by
    > the freezing of the pre-Jan 2002 application.
    >
    > Mr. Humphries, Mr.Miller, Mr. Metcalfe, other experts: What's your
    > opinion on this ? Is it a good idea ?
 

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