interview

Old Nov 22nd 2001, 3:37 am
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Dan
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Hi Experts

We have just received our interview date. The accompanying letter says that we have
to get clearance from FBI. But I have already sent that to the Canadian consulate in
New York. So my questions are:

1- Shall I get the FBI clearance again?

2- Shall I pay the ROLF?

3- What type of questions are asked on the interview?

Thank you all

DB
 
Old Nov 23rd 2001, 3:19 am
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David Cohen
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The letter that you have received is likely a form letter, and may not consider that
you have already submitted the clearance. As such clearances generally carry a
validity of 6 months, however, it may be best to proceed to obtain a new one, even if
the same clearance had previously been provided.

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You may do so after the interview. Sending in a payment now would not likely expedite
matters significantly.

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Selection interviews generally focus on occupation and education, and consistency of
such with NOC requirements. Additional information on this topic may be found at
Campbell, Cohen's web site at the following URL:

http://canadavisa.com/documents/selint.htm

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