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Letter after initial assessement - Mr. Miller and other experts plz help

Letter after initial assessement - Mr. Miller and other experts plz help

Old Oct 7th 2003, 4:44 am
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Al Pacino
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Hi Mr. Miller and other experts,
I got one letter today from CHC Buffalo and I am asked to provide
details about my work/eduaction and residence history from Dec'01 -
present. It was also mentioned that "All the information must be sent
to me (the designated immigration officer) in one package with this
letter". My questions are:

Should I send all the required information directly to the designated
visa officer (mentioning his name on the envelope) or just to the CHC
Buffalo in general.

Should I just provide the required details or I'll have to provide
proofs of my work and residence during the period specified.

I'll appreciate all the expert comments

Thanks
 
Old Oct 7th 2003, 5:11 am
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James Metcalfe
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Well Al, don't give up your day job as an actor as you cannot follow simple
instructions.

Jim Metcalfe





"Al Pacino" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Hi Mr. Miller and other experts,
    > I got one letter today from CHC Buffalo and I am asked to provide
    > details about my work/eduaction and residence history from Dec'01 -
    > present. It was also mentioned that "All the information must be sent
    > to me (the designated immigration officer) in one package with this
    > letter". My questions are:
    > Should I send all the required information directly to the designated
    > visa officer (mentioning his name on the envelope) or just to the CHC
    > Buffalo in general.
    > Should I just provide the required details or I'll have to provide
    > proofs of my work and residence during the period specified.
    > I'll appreciate all the expert comments
    > Thanks
 
Old Oct 7th 2003, 6:22 am
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Ron Beirnes
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On 7 Oct 2003 09:44:18 -0700, [email protected] (Al Pacino) wrote:

    >Hi Mr. Miller and other experts,
    >I got one letter today from CHC Buffalo and I am asked to provide
    >details about my work/eduaction and residence history from Dec'01 -
    >present. It was also mentioned that "All the information must be sent
    >to me (the designated immigration officer) in one package with this
    >letter". My questions are:
    >Should I send all the required information directly to the designated
    >visa officer (mentioning his name on the envelope) or just to the CHC
    >Buffalo in general.
    >Should I just provide the required details or I'll have to provide
    >proofs of my work and residence during the period specified.
    >I'll appreciate all the expert comments
    >Thanks
If you want your information to proceed to the officer who is familiar
with the case send it to the attention of the officer as requested,
you should not be looking for further delays. At the moment they are
simply asking your to confirm the details about your work/education
and residence history and that is all that you should be providing.
Don't go second guessing what they want as they will only consider the
information they requested and if they require additional information
they will ask you.
Ron Beirnes
R.B. Global Immigration Consultants Ltd.
825-409 Granville Street.
Vancouver, BC V6C 1T2
Phone (604) 688-3081 fax 688-3015
email [email protected]
Webb page http://www3.telus.net/rbglobal

 

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