Old or New immigration Law !!!

Old Oct 18th 2003, 10:08 am
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M. Hakim
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Hi,

I like to thank every Professional in this group for his help, in the
past and now and for every time.

I have some questions if the professional can give some tips about
them please.


1) I have an immigration case since June 2001 and I am waiting till
today for an interview or interview-waived but nothing. but my friend
who applied in Feb 2001 have an interview-waived. I have red about the
new changes for the old immigration files. In case I do not get an
interview before 31/10/2003 should I go under the old immigration law
(before the IRPA)?

It is mention in the Proposed Changes to the Skilled Worker Transition
Regulations Pre-Publication October 11 to October 26, 2003 in the
section "Pending applications — skilled workers". and in the
bottom of the page there is the following: "COMING INTO FORCE .. 9.
These Regulations come into force on October 31, 2003".

2)In case that I go under the IRPA and did not pass It what should
happen? Is my immigration file is frozen until the proposed changes to
the skilled worker immigration law can take effect? Is there any
waiting time if the file is frozen till the proposed changes take
effects.
Since I applied in June 2001 could I receive any refuse letter (under
the IRPA) or not?

3)I remember in the old immigration law under the Job offer (section)
there is the following: If I have a family business job offer from a
close family member in canada and was approved by the local
immigration center I get 10 Points ..(I don not remember the last
words)
But about the close family .. I have some relatives one is a Canadian
and his brother who have a company in my home land like to open a
branch office in Canada he like me to work with him. can I get a job
offer from him his relation with him .. (his father in my father uncle
and his father is brother of my grandmother !!!). Yes, it is a 2 way
relative case but can he be a close relative under the old immigration
law or not. The type of jobs could be executive administrative (like a
manager) some other skills with local languages plus english to be
with contact with the Main branch ..etc

4) In the old law the passing score was 70, and in the interview stage
can you get points over 10 plus the other 9 factors. how do you score
points in the interview !! (job type, experience ..etc)

5) About the English language before there were no IELTS .. you can
give other proof or TOFEL exams ..etc (is the IELTS is important under
the old law).

6) Does the occupation I work (under old law) be given points (under
the occupation list).

Ex: For IT workers like Cisco Network Engineers should you score 17
points or 15 points for the occupation factors !! any have a close
occupation like this one.

Thanks again for the help,
 
Old Oct 18th 2003, 10:49 am
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Andrew Miller
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Default Re: Old or New immigration Law !!!

Published amendment to Regulations is only a proposal so far - thus it would
be irresponsible to speculate about it's implication on cases like yours. We
need to wait until final version of amended Regulations is in force.

--

../..

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


"M. Hakim" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Hi,
    > I like to thank every Professional in this group for his help, in the
    > past and now and for every time.
    > I have some questions if the professional can give some tips about
    > them please.
    > 1) I have an immigration case since June 2001 and I am waiting till
    > today for an interview or interview-waived but nothing. but my friend
    > who applied in Feb 2001 have an interview-waived. I have red about the
    > new changes for the old immigration files. In case I do not get an
    > interview before 31/10/2003 should I go under the old immigration law
    > (before the IRPA)?
    > It is mention in the Proposed Changes to the Skilled Worker Transition
    > Regulations Pre-Publication October 11 to October 26, 2003 in the
    > section "Pending applications — skilled workers". and in the
    > bottom of the page there is the following: "COMING INTO FORCE .. 9.
    > These Regulations come into force on October 31, 2003".
    > 2)In case that I go under the IRPA and did not pass It what should
    > happen? Is my immigration file is frozen until the proposed changes to
    > the skilled worker immigration law can take effect? Is there any
    > waiting time if the file is frozen till the proposed changes take
    > effects.
    > Since I applied in June 2001 could I receive any refuse letter (under
    > the IRPA) or not?
    > 3)I remember in the old immigration law under the Job offer (section)
    > there is the following: If I have a family business job offer from a
    > close family member in canada and was approved by the local
    > immigration center I get 10 Points ..(I don not remember the last
    > words)
    > But about the close family .. I have some relatives one is a Canadian
    > and his brother who have a company in my home land like to open a
    > branch office in Canada he like me to work with him. can I get a job
    > offer from him his relation with him .. (his father in my father uncle
    > and his father is brother of my grandmother !!!). Yes, it is a 2 way
    > relative case but can he be a close relative under the old immigration
    > law or not. The type of jobs could be executive administrative (like a
    > manager) some other skills with local languages plus english to be
    > with contact with the Main branch ..etc
    > 4) In the old law the passing score was 70, and in the interview stage
    > can you get points over 10 plus the other 9 factors. how do you score
    > points in the interview !! (job type, experience ..etc)
    > 5) About the English language before there were no IELTS .. you can
    > give other proof or TOFEL exams ..etc (is the IELTS is important under
    > the old law).
    > 6) Does the occupation I work (under old law) be given points (under
    > the occupation list).
    > Ex: For IT workers like Cisco Network Engineers should you score 17
    > points or 15 points for the occupation factors !! any have a close
    > occupation like this one.
    > Thanks again for the help,
 
Old Oct 19th 2003, 7:16 am
  #3  
M. Hakim
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Default Re: Old or New immigration Law !!!

Thank you Mr. Andrew Miller for the help.

Do you think there will be a very long waiting for the final version
to be out very soon.

Do you think that under the IRPA in case I do not pass it should I get
a refusal letter? (I have my File case in June 2001).

Best regards,
Hakim

"Andrew Miller" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<Brjkb.5477$At.4522@edtnps84>...
    > Published amendment to Regulations is only a proposal so far - thus it would
    > be irresponsible to speculate about it's implication on cases like yours. We
    > need to wait until final version of amended Regulations is in force.
    >
    > --
    >
    > ../..
    >
    > Andrew Miller
    > Immigration Consultant
    > Vancouver, British Columbia
    > email: [email protected]
    > (delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
    > ________________________________
 
Old Oct 19th 2003, 8:09 am
  #4  
Andrew Miller
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Default Re: Old or New immigration Law !!!

It should be known rather soon, probably by the end of October.

Cases like yours are put on hold by many visa posts until rules are clear.

--

../..

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


"M. Hakim" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Thank you Mr. Andrew Miller for the help.
    > Do you think there will be a very long waiting for the final version
    > to be out very soon.
    > Do you think that under the IRPA in case I do not pass it should I get
    > a refusal letter? (I have my File case in June 2001).
    > Best regards,
    > Hakim
    > "Andrew Miller" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:<Brjkb.5477$At.4522@edtnps84>...
    > > Published amendment to Regulations is only a proposal so far - thus it
would
    > > be irresponsible to speculate about it's implication on cases like
yours. We
    > > need to wait until final version of amended Regulations is in force.
    > >
    > > --
    > >
    > > ../..
    > >
    > > Andrew Miller
    > > Immigration Consultant
    > > Vancouver, British Columbia
    > > email: [email protected]
    > > (delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
    > > ________________________________
 
Old Oct 19th 2003, 10:10 am
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Default Re: Old or New immigration Law !!!

hi hakim
i am in the same situation has u...
went for an interview august 28th... the officer deemed me eligible for my PR but didnt make a final decision there because she said there are some new rules coming out soon for 2001 applicants an she dont know yet how to assess my case if under old rules or new ones...
new propose rules came out sept 18 ... in our favour thanks be to god...
finish my medicals etc though... i guess i gotto sit still because the rules for transitional cases will come out in full force october 31st...( i cannot wait :>)
i know from checkin with the local immigration office that she was suppose to look at my file on october 15th... dont know what happened there if a decision was made or... they are waiting for october 31st...
will keep u posted...
u really should inquire... y your cases is taking so long...
good luck
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