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Mr. Miller, pls help. Am I re-assessed under the new regulation?

Mr. Miller, pls help. Am I re-assessed under the new regulation?

Old May 16th 2003, 3:35 am
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Tomato
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Default Mr. Miller, pls help. Am I re-assessed under the new regulation?

I sent my application for a skilled worker to Buffalo Office in
October 2001, and I received an initial interview waiver in December
2002.

Two days ago, I recieved a letter from the office, stated that:

You have given me insufficient information in your application to
allow me to complete mandatory backgraoud checks. Thereorefore, I have
stopped all processing of your application. Please forward the
follwokng infromation as soon as possinble, but not later than 60 days
from the date of this latter.

The officer requests me to fill in a new updated application.


Will the officer re-assess my application under the new regulation?

Could Mr. Miller please advise me.
 
Old May 16th 2003, 3:52 am
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Andrew Miller
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No, you have been already assessed when interview waiver was granted.

But assessment can always be revisited if result of background check and
verification of your education/experience credentials will contradict your
claims made in the application - in such case you will be assessed under new
rules as past March 31, 2003 all assessments are made in accordance with
IRPA and it's Regulations, regardless when application was received.

--

../..

Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
________________________________


"Tomato" wrote in message
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    > I sent my application for a skilled worker to Buffalo Office in
    > October 2001, and I received an initial interview waiver in December
    > 2002.
    > Two days ago, I recieved a letter from the office, stated that:
    > You have given me insufficient information in your application to
    > allow me to complete mandatory backgraoud checks. Thereorefore, I have
    > stopped all processing of your application. Please forward the
    > follwokng infromation as soon as possinble, but not later than 60 days
    > from the date of this latter.
    > The officer requests me to fill in a new updated application.
    > Will the officer re-assess my application under the new regulation?
    > Could Mr. Miller please advise me.
 
Old May 16th 2003, 1:11 pm
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Tomato
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Default Re: Mr. Miller, pls help. Am I re-assessed under the new regulation?

Mr. Miller,
Thank you very much.

I have further questions.

So far, I have been required to send only the new application. The
officer has not asked me to send any updated supporting documents.
Will she ask me to send them later? None of my personal information
has not changed since I sent the old application (one and half years
ago).

Could you please advise me when I can expect to recieve the permanent
visa or final decision?

My timeline is as follows:

Sent application to Buffalo in October 2001

Receive AOR in December 2001

Receive Initial Assessment Letter (stated that we expected to finalize
your application without personal interview at this time) in December
2002

Received request of re-writing new application in May 2003
 
Old May 16th 2003, 2:00 pm
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Andrew Miller
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Default Re: Mr. Miller, pls help. Am I re-assessed under the new regulation?

As I already wrote - you've been assessed under old rules and request for
new forms is simply to have your data as per new law standards. It has
nothing to do with assessment and this is why you haven't been asked for any
other documents.

Final decision should be made about 3 to 6+ months from medicals, providing
that background/security check is completed.

--

../..

Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
________________________________


"Tomato" wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Mr. Miller,
    > Thank you very much.
    > I have further questions.
    > So far, I have been required to send only the new application. The
    > officer has not asked me to send any updated supporting documents.
    > Will she ask me to send them later? None of my personal information
    > has not changed since I sent the old application (one and half years
    > ago).
    > Could you please advise me when I can expect to recieve the permanent
    > visa or final decision?
    > My timeline is as follows:
    > Sent application to Buffalo in October 2001
    > Receive AOR in December 2001
    > Receive Initial Assessment Letter (stated that we expected to finalize
    > your application without personal interview at this time) in December
    > 2002
    > Received request of re-writing new application in May 2003
 
Old May 16th 2003, 6:05 pm
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Tomato
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Mr. Miller:

Thank you very much for your quick response.

Your answers are always clear and convincing.

I really appreciate your satisfactory explanations.
 
Old May 20th 2003, 12:48 am
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Tomato
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Default Re: Mr. Miller, pls help. Am I re-assessed under the new regulation?

I sent the new application yesterday.

Mr. Miller, I have a one more question.

I completed my medical check in February 2003 (although the
immigration office said that I should wait for 6 months from the date
of assessment letter).

Do you think that the officer has completed my backgroud check by now,
or she will start it after she receive the new application from me?


My timeline is as follows:

Sent application to Buffalo in October 2001

Receive AOR in December 2001

Receive Initial Assessment Letter (stated that we expected to finalize
your application without personal interview at this time) in December
2002

Completed medical check in February 2003

Received request of re-writing new application in May 2003
 
Old May 20th 2003, 3:36 am
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Andrew Miller
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Default Re: Mr. Miller, pls help. Am I re-assessed under the new regulation?

I have no idea if your background/security check has been completed. You
took a risk of having your medicals expire by taking them sooner than
advised.

--

../..

Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
________________________________


"Tomato" wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > I sent the new application yesterday.
    > Mr. Miller, I have a one more question.
    > I completed my medical check in February 2003 (although the
    > immigration office said that I should wait for 6 months from the date
    > of assessment letter).
    > Do you think that the officer has completed my backgroud check by now,
    > or she will start it after she receive the new application from me?
    > My timeline is as follows:
    > Sent application to Buffalo in October 2001
    > Receive AOR in December 2001
    > Receive Initial Assessment Letter (stated that we expected to finalize
    > your application without personal interview at this time) in December
    > 2002
    > Completed medical check in February 2003
    > Received request of re-writing new application in May 2003
 
Old May 20th 2003, 11:23 pm
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Tomato
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Default Re: Mr. Miller, pls help. Am I re-assessed under the new regulation?

Thank you for your reply.

I knew the risk, but the worst thing is that I should take my medicals
again, isn't it?

I am a Japanese who lives in Japan. I am working for a worldwide
famous company, and I have an international license which is related
my job.

I think that it is not difficult for officers to check my
background/security, and hopefully, the check will not be long.




"Andrew Miller" wrote in message news:...
    > I have no idea if your background/security check has been completed. You
    > took a risk of having your medicals expire by taking them sooner than
    > advised.
    >
    > --
    >
    > ../..
    >
    > Andrew Miller
    > Immigration Consultant
    > Vancouver, British Columbia
    > email: [email protected]
    > (delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
    > ________________________________
    >
 

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