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Mr. Miller, pls clarify my doubt...

Mr. Miller, pls clarify my doubt...

Old Sep 27th 2003, 9:09 pm
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Default Mr. Miller, pls clarify my doubt...

Hi Mr. Miller,

I have applied to CIC London under skilled-worker category. They started processing my application on 2nd of January 2003. I got my acknowledgement letter on 5th of January 2003. But till today I didn’t hear anything from CIC London. But some 15 days back when I checked my application status on e-client, it says "Decision Made". But till today I haven’t received anything (by writing) from them. My question is, will I get benefited with the new rule being implemented?

Thanks inadvance Mr. Miller for your immediate response.

-Regards,
Shakeel.
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Old Sep 28th 2003, 3:23 am
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Default Re: Mr. Miller, pls clarify my doubt...

It is too early to worry about not getting written notice of the "decision
made". That often takes 6 to 8 weeks while the letter is prepared and then
posted. Did you calculate your point count before you submitted your
application?

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"shakeelq8" <member@british_expats.com> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Hi Mr. Miller,
    > I have applied to CIC London under skilled-worker category. They started
    > processing my application on 2nd of January 2003. I got my
    > acknowledgement letter on 5th of January 2003. But till today I didn't
    > hear anything from CIC London. But some 15 days back when I checked my
    > application status on e-client, it says "Decision Made". But till today
    > I haven't received anything (by writing) from them. My question is, will
    > I get benefited with the new rule being implemented?
    > Thanks inadvance Mr. Miller for your immediate response.
    > -Regards,
    > Shakeel.
    > --
    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com
 
Old Sep 28th 2003, 3:24 am
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Andrew Miller
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Default Re: Mr. Miller, pls clarify my doubt...

As I have already stated here countless number of times - "decision made" on
e-client may refer to any decision made at any stage of the process. Only
assessment decision (interview required or waived), refusal and approval
with passport request are mailed to applicants. More - it usually takes from
3 to sometimes even 10+ weeks for mail to actually leave visa post after any
kind of letter has been generated. Be patient.

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Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
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"shakeelq8" <member@british_expats.com> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Hi Mr. Miller,
    > I have applied to CIC London under skilled-worker category. They started
    > processing my application on 2nd of January 2003. I got my
    > acknowledgement letter on 5th of January 2003. But till today I didn’t
    > hear anything from CIC London. But some 15 days back when I checked my
    > application status on e-client, it says "Decision Made". But till today
    > I haven’t received anything (by writing) from them. My question is, will
    > I get benefited with the new rule being implemented?
    > Thanks inadvance Mr. Miller for your immediate response.
    > -Regards,
    > Shakeel.
    > --
    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com
 

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