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Interview / No interview in Buffalo

Old Aug 21st 2003, 6:50 pm
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Juan
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Default Interview / No interview in Buffalo

What is the percentage of cases filed under skilled category in
Buffalo that get approved without the interview? How can we improve
our chances of getting an approval without an interview?
 
Old Aug 22nd 2003, 5:06 am
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Webcrawler
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Default Re: Interview / No interview in Buffalo

Juan --

[email protected] (Juan) wrote in message news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > What is the percentage of cases filed under skilled category in
    > Buffalo that get approved without the interview?

I don't think anyone can give you any accurate statistics on that.
Each case is different and (under the old law at least), each
officer's judgement played a role.

    > How can we improve
    > our chances of getting an approval without an interview?

By ensuring that your case is well prepared.
All documents included, proof of everything, all claims substantiated
beyond resonable doubt, and nothing left to guess or interpretation.

HTH
 
Old Aug 23rd 2003, 2:31 pm
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Juan
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Default Re: Interview / No interview in Buffalo

Does this mean we should also take IELTS? There is a long wait for
this exam. I already have PhD from USA
 
Old Aug 23rd 2003, 5:54 pm
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Andrew Miller
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Just as WebCrawler wrote:

"All documents included, proof of everything, all claims substantiated
beyond reasonable doubt, and nothing left to guess or interpretation"

Without IELTS officer must assess language proficiency on the basis of
submitted substitute evidence and this leaves huge margin for interpretation
and subjective evaluation. Fact that you have PhD from US in itself proves
nothing about your proficiency in English, sorry.

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    > Does this mean we should also take IELTS? There is a long wait for
    > this exam. I already have PhD from USA
 

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