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Mr.Miller & Other Experts, Processing Time for the File Transfered by Visa Post it-self

Mr.Miller & Other Experts, Processing Time for the File Transfered by Visa Post it-self

Old Jul 6th 2003, 1:15 am
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Moses
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Default Mr.Miller & Other Experts, Processing Time for the File Transfered by Visa Post it-self

Sir,

We know that file transfer on applicant's recommendation from one visa
office to another visa office results processing of file from very
beginning.

Now under new defined IRPA regulations, if file is processed at one
visa office say since 2001 but for immigration program integrity, visa
office will transfer the file on their own responsibility & expenses
to the visa post responsible for applicant's country of residence, how
the file processing work will be effected?

Will the visa office process file from the scratch or to start from
status indicated by former visa office?

Could your honor or other expert come forward and share your views?
 
Old Jul 6th 2003, 5:45 am
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Jim Humphries
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This instruction to visa offices is that they inset the application into
their system with the original application date for seniority purposes.
--
Jim Humphries, former visa officer
"Moses" wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Sir,
    > We know that file transfer on applicant's recommendation from one visa
    > office to another visa office results processing of file from very
    > beginning.
    > Now under new defined IRPA regulations, if file is processed at one
    > visa office say since 2001 but for immigration program integrity, visa
    > office will transfer the file on their own responsibility & expenses
    > to the visa post responsible for applicant's country of residence, how
    > the file processing work will be effected?
    > Will the visa office process file from the scratch or to start from
    > status indicated by former visa office?
    > Could your honor or other expert come forward and share your views?
 
Old Jul 6th 2003, 6:24 pm
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Moses
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Respected Jim,

Your response sounds very appropriate but still not cleared for me as
it is in your law language. I shall be very grateful to hear from you
about...

Whether referred Visa office will process two years old file as new
application or will only assess the submitted new schedules in line
with new IRPA regulations.

Also will they issue new file number or process under the same old
number.

Once again I thank you very much for your concern.

Moses


"Jim Humphries" wrote in message news:...
    > This instruction to visa offices is that they inset the application into
    > their system with the original application date for seniority purposes.
    > --
    > Jim Humphries, former visa officer
    > "Moses" wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    > > Sir,
    > >
    > > We know that file transfer on applicant's recommendation from one visa
    > > office to another visa office results processing of file from very
    > > beginning.
    > >
    > > Now under new defined IRPA regulations, if file is processed at one
    > > visa office say since 2001 but for immigration program integrity, visa
    > > office will transfer the file on their own responsibility & expenses
    > > to the visa post responsible for applicant's country of residence, how
    > > the file processing work will be effected?
    > >
    > > Will the visa office process file from the scratch or to start from
    > > status indicated by former visa office?
    > >
    > > Could your honor or other expert come forward and share your views?
 

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