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File number - for Mr. Humphries/Mr. Miller

Old Nov 22nd 2004, 11:41 am
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Dear Mr. Humphries,

Is it true that the letters after the file number are the initails of the immigration Officer?
My File #B04.................... BHS. Is BHS the initials of the Officer?

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Old Nov 22nd 2004, 12:30 pm
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Originally Posted by jpaul
Dear Mr. Humphries,

Is it true that the letters after the file number are the initails of the immigration Officer?
My File #B04.................... BHS. Is BHS the initials of the Officer?

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That is often the case.
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Old Nov 22nd 2004, 12:53 pm
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That is often the case.
this has nothing to do with the thread but I got my AOR from the Trinidad CIC office and they said that I should hear from them in 10 mths and that avearge processing time will be 24 months. I applied under skilled category using a Law firm from Canada. and have been assessed by them as having more than 75 points.

Is it true that it will take so long? that is 24 months?

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Old Nov 22nd 2004, 1:30 pm
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Originally Posted by triniangel
this has nothing to do with the thread but I got my AOR from the Trinidad CIC office and they said that I should hear from them in 10 mths and that avearge processing time will be 24 months. I applied under skilled category using a Law firm from Canada. and have been assessed by them as having more than 75 points.

Is it true that it will take so long? that is 24 months?

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Sad but true. Why would you doubt them? Processing times have lengthened a lot in the past few years, and PoS was never very fast.
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Old Nov 22nd 2004, 2:35 pm
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Originally Posted by triniangel
this has nothing to do with the thread but I got my AOR from the Trinidad CIC office and they said that I should hear from them in 10 mths and that avearge processing time will be 24 months. I applied under skilled category using a Law firm from Canada. and have been assessed by them as having more than 75 points.

Is it true that it will take so long? that is 24 months?

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Hi Triniangel

My application is also processing at Trinidad, Port -Of -Spain. On My AOR, they had 18months average processing. Its already 10 mths for my application.

Here is my timeline:
Application: Dec 03
AOR- Jan 04
Request for additonal Infor: April 04
Info sent: April 04
Still waiting- No request for medicals as yet.

Its crazy in Trinidad, cause I have a friend with the same timeline who already recieved request for medicals.

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Old Nov 24th 2004, 10:53 am
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A friend of mine applied in April this year and he was asked to do his medical last month. he has been using a lawyer and is paying quite a tidy sum so maybe they helped him ensure all his documents were up to mark. he himself was amazed at the quick response.
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Old Nov 24th 2004, 11:43 am
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Originally Posted by triniangel
A friend of mine applied in April this year and he was asked to do his medical last month. he has been using a lawyer and is paying quite a tidy sum so maybe they helped him ensure all his documents were up to mark. he himself was amazed at the quick response.
Hi triniangle,
that was real quick. WOW! Wish u the best in your processing

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