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Interview at Buffalo for LCP applicant: Is it really always neccessary?

Interview at Buffalo for LCP applicant: Is it really always neccessary?

Old Aug 9th 2006, 10:14 am
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Default Interview at Buffalo for LCP applicant: Is it really always neccessary?

Hi,

Just wondering if the Canadian Consulates in the USA always require someone who is already in canada working under a different category of work permit other than the live-in caregiver program to attend an interview? If for instance all the paper work is in order, medical results are good, criminal records are clean and the applicant meets, without a doubt, all the eligibility criteria? Has anyone not had to attend the interview? Or do you know of anyone who didn't have to attend the interview? I know that once the application is approved, the applicant must get their new work permit at a Port of Entry.

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