pick up document at HongKong

Old Mar 26th 2003, 6:25 am
  #1  
Ninhaoma
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Dear Mr. Andrew Miller and Mr. JIm Humphries,

I was helping my brother who is in China to apply for the temporary
admission to Canada in HongKong office. Because lack of experience and
he does not know much English, we decided to put my name and address
on the form, thus all the correspondences were mailed to me. It went
well untill March 24, I received a letter dated on March 7, asking my
brother to pick up his documents and the visa result in person within
14 days from the date the letter was issued. I mailed the letter by
Express Mail immediately to my brother and ask him to apply for the
Two-way permit from midland authorizations as soon as possible. Will
HongKong office refuse to give back his documents because he shows up
late? Will this affect his visa?

While in a search for the delay, I found a Canada Post stamp dated
March 19, 2003 on the envelope. This might indicates that delay was
due to the delayed transportation between Hong Kong and Toronto,
Canada.

Will my brother get back his documents and visa result successfully
under this circumstance?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
Old Mar 26th 2003, 11:53 am
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Bryan Lam
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Hi, I have a question, is your borther applying permanent resident, or just
apply visiting visa?

Bryan


"ninhaoma" wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Dear Mr. Andrew Miller and Mr. JIm Humphries,
    > I was helping my brother who is in China to apply for the temporary
    > admission to Canada in HongKong office. Because lack of experience and
    > he does not know much English, we decided to put my name and address
    > on the form, thus all the correspondences were mailed to me. It went
    > well untill March 24, I received a letter dated on March 7, asking my
    > brother to pick up his documents and the visa result in person within
    > 14 days from the date the letter was issued. I mailed the letter by
    > Express Mail immediately to my brother and ask him to apply for the
    > Two-way permit from midland authorizations as soon as possible. Will
    > HongKong office refuse to give back his documents because he shows up
    > late? Will this affect his visa?
    > While in a search for the delay, I found a Canada Post stamp dated
    > March 19, 2003 on the envelope. This might indicates that delay was
    > due to the delayed transportation between Hong Kong and Toronto,
    > Canada.
    > Will my brother get back his documents and visa result successfully
    > under this circumstance?
    > Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
Old Mar 26th 2003, 5:48 pm
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Ninhaoma
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Hi,Bryan,

My brother is applying for visiting visa for study purpose. Thanks.

ninhaoma

"Bryan Lam" wrote in message news:...
    > Hi, I have a question, is your borther applying permanent resident, or just
    > apply visiting visa?
    >
    > Bryan
    >
    >
    > "ninhaoma" wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    > > Dear Mr. Andrew Miller and Mr. JIm Humphries,
    > >
    > > I was helping my brother who is in China to apply for the temporary
    > > admission to Canada in HongKong office. Because lack of experience and
    > > he does not know much English, we decided to put my name and address
    > > on the form, thus all the correspondences were mailed to me. It went
    > > well untill March 24, I received a letter dated on March 7, asking my
    > > brother to pick up his documents and the visa result in person within
    > > 14 days from the date the letter was issued. I mailed the letter by
    > > Express Mail immediately to my brother and ask him to apply for the
    > > Two-way permit from midland authorizations as soon as possible. Will
    > > HongKong office refuse to give back his documents because he shows up
    > > late? Will this affect his visa?
    > >
    > > While in a search for the delay, I found a Canada Post stamp dated
    > > March 19, 2003 on the envelope. This might indicates that delay was
    > > due to the delayed transportation between Hong Kong and Toronto,
    > > Canada.
    > >
    > > Will my brother get back his documents and visa result successfully
    > > under this circumstance?
    > > Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
Old Mar 26th 2003, 6:04 pm
  #4  
Ninhaoma
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Hi, Bryan,

My brother is applying for a study permit for a three years post
secondary program in Canada. But the letter inform him to pick up
documents says "This letter refers to your application for temporary
admission to Canada.....". I don't know if it should be like that or
it is a mistake?
Do you have any suggestion or clue? Thank you in advance.

ninhaoma

"Bryan Lam" wrote in message news:...
    > Hi, I have a question, is your borther applying permanent resident, or just
    > apply visiting visa?
    >
    > Bryan
    >
    >
    > "ninhaoma" wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    > > Dear Mr. Andrew Miller and Mr. JIm Humphries,
    > >
    > > I was helping my brother who is in China to apply for the temporary
    > > admission to Canada in HongKong office. Because lack of experience and
    > > he does not know much English, we decided to put my name and address
    > > on the form, thus all the correspondences were mailed to me. It went
    > > well untill March 24, I received a letter dated on March 7, asking my
    > > brother to pick up his documents and the visa result in person within
    > > 14 days from the date the letter was issued. I mailed the letter by
    > > Express Mail immediately to my brother and ask him to apply for the
    > > Two-way permit from midland authorizations as soon as possible. Will
    > > HongKong office refuse to give back his documents because he shows up
    > > late? Will this affect his visa?
    > >
    > > While in a search for the delay, I found a Canada Post stamp dated
    > > March 19, 2003 on the envelope. This might indicates that delay was
    > > due to the delayed transportation between Hong Kong and Toronto,
    > > Canada.
    > >
    > > Will my brother get back his documents and visa result successfully
    > > under this circumstance?
    > > Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
Old Mar 27th 2003, 6:36 am
  #5  
Pmm
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Hi Bryan

"ninhaoma" wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Hi, Bryan,
    > My brother is applying for a study permit for a three years post
    > secondary program in Canada. But the letter inform him to pick up
    > documents says "This letter refers to your application for temporary
    > admission to Canada.....". I don't know if it should be like that or
    > it is a mistake?
    > Do you have any suggestion or clue? Thank you in advance.
    > ninhaoma
    > "Bryan Lam" wrote in message
news:...
    > > Hi, I have a question, is your borther applying permanent resident, or
just
    > > apply visiting visa?
    > >
    > > Bryan
    > >
    > >
    > > "ninhaoma" wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]...
    > > > Dear Mr. Andrew Miller and Mr. JIm Humphries,
    > > >
    > > > I was helping my brother who is in China to apply for the temporary
    > > > admission to Canada in HongKong office. Because lack of experience and
    > > > he does not know much English, we decided to put my name and address
    > > > on the form, thus all the correspondences were mailed to me. It went
    > > > well untill March 24, I received a letter dated on March 7, asking my
    > > > brother to pick up his documents and the visa result in person within
    > > > 14 days from the date the letter was issued. I mailed the letter by
    > > > Express Mail immediately to my brother and ask him to apply for the
    > > > Two-way permit from midland authorizations as soon as possible. Will
    > > > HongKong office refuse to give back his documents because he shows up
    > > > late? Will this affect his visa?
    > > >
    > > > While in a search for the delay, I found a Canada Post stamp dated
    > > > March 19, 2003 on the envelope. This might indicates that delay was
    > > > due to the delayed transportation between Hong Kong and Toronto,
    > > > Canada.
    > > >
    > > > Will my brother get back his documents and visa result successfully
    > > > under this circumstance?
    > > > Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Yes, that is correct he is applying for temporary admission, i.e. 3 year
student visa.

PMM
 
Old Mar 27th 2003, 9:17 am
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Ninhaoma
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Default PMM&Andrew Miller&Mr. JIm Humphries

Hello, Andrew and Jim and PMM,

Will officer return the documents to my brother if he shows up almost
25 days late? We are so worried about this. The letter says:"you must
pick up your documents within 14 days from the date of this letter."

Thank you very much for any information.

ninhaoma

"PMM" wrote in message news:...
    > Hi Bryan
    >
    > "ninhaoma" wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    > > Hi, Bryan,
    > >
    > > My brother is applying for a study permit for a three years post
    > > secondary program in Canada. But the letter inform him to pick up
    > > documents says "This letter refers to your application for temporary
    > > admission to Canada.....". I don't know if it should be like that or
    > > it is a mistake?
    > > Do you have any suggestion or clue? Thank you in advance.
    > >
    > > ninhaoma
    > >
    > > "Bryan Lam" wrote in message
    > news:...
    > > > Hi, I have a question, is your borther applying permanent resident, or
    > just
    > > > apply visiting visa?
    > > >
    > > > Bryan
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > "ninhaoma" wrote in message
    > > > news:[email protected]...
    > > > > Dear Mr. Andrew Miller and Mr. JIm Humphries,
    > > > >
    > > > > I was helping my brother who is in China to apply for the temporary
    > > > > admission to Canada in HongKong office. Because lack of experience and
    > > > > he does not know much English, we decided to put my name and address
    > > > > on the form, thus all the correspondences were mailed to me. It went
    > > > > well untill March 24, I received a letter dated on March 7, asking my
    > > > > brother to pick up his documents and the visa result in person within
    > > > > 14 days from the date the letter was issued. I mailed the letter by
    > > > > Express Mail immediately to my brother and ask him to apply for the
    > > > > Two-way permit from midland authorizations as soon as possible. Will
    > > > > HongKong office refuse to give back his documents because he shows up
    > > > > late? Will this affect his visa?
    > > > >
    > > > > While in a search for the delay, I found a Canada Post stamp dated
    > > > > March 19, 2003 on the envelope. This might indicates that delay was
    > > > > due to the delayed transportation between Hong Kong and Toronto,
    > > > > Canada.
    > > > >
    > > > > Will my brother get back his documents and visa result successfully
    > > > > under this circumstance?
    > > > > Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    >
    > Yes, that is correct he is applying for temporary admission, i.e. 3 year
    > student visa.
    >
    > PMM
 
Old Mar 27th 2003, 10:24 am
  #7  
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I don't know. Why won't you guys notify CHC in HK about the delay and
reasons for such?

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"ninhaoma" wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Hello, Andrew and Jim and PMM,
    > Will officer return the documents to my brother if he shows up almost
    > 25 days late? We are so worried about this. The letter says:"you must
    > pick up your documents within 14 days from the date of this letter."
    > Thank you very much for any information.
    > ninhaoma
    > "PMM" wrote in message
news:...
    > > Hi Bryan
    > >
    > > "ninhaoma" wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]...
    > > > Hi, Bryan,
    > > >
    > > > My brother is applying for a study permit for a three years post
    > > > secondary program in Canada. But the letter inform him to pick up
    > > > documents says "This letter refers to your application for temporary
    > > > admission to Canada.....". I don't know if it should be like that or
    > > > it is a mistake?
    > > > Do you have any suggestion or clue? Thank you in advance.
    > > >
    > > > ninhaoma
    > > >
    > > > "Bryan Lam" wrote in message
    > > news:...
    > > > > Hi, I have a question, is your borther applying permanent resident,
or
    > > just
    > > > > apply visiting visa?
    > > > >
    > > > > Bryan
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > > > "ninhaoma" wrote in message
    > > > > news:[email protected]...
    > > > > > Dear Mr. Andrew Miller and Mr. JIm Humphries,
    > > > > >
    > > > > > I was helping my brother who is in China to apply for the
temporary
    > > > > > admission to Canada in HongKong office. Because lack of experience
and
    > > > > > he does not know much English, we decided to put my name and
address
    > > > > > on the form, thus all the correspondences were mailed to me. It
went
    > > > > > well untill March 24, I received a letter dated on March 7, asking
my
    > > > > > brother to pick up his documents and the visa result in person
within
    > > > > > 14 days from the date the letter was issued. I mailed the letter
by
    > > > > > Express Mail immediately to my brother and ask him to apply for
the
    > > > > > Two-way permit from midland authorizations as soon as possible.
Will
    > > > > > HongKong office refuse to give back his documents because he shows
up
    > > > > > late? Will this affect his visa?
    > > > > >
    > > > > > While in a search for the delay, I found a Canada Post stamp dated
    > > > > > March 19, 2003 on the envelope. This might indicates that delay
was
    > > > > > due to the delayed transportation between Hong Kong and Toronto,
    > > > > > Canada.
    > > > > >
    > > > > > Will my brother get back his documents and visa result
successfully
    > > > > > under this circumstance?
    > > > > > Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    > >
    > > Yes, that is correct he is applying for temporary admission, i.e. 3 year
    > > student visa.
    > >
    > > PMM
 
Old Mar 28th 2003, 1:42 am
  #8  
Ninhaoma
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Thank you Andrew.

I did faxed to HK office to notify the delay immediately. But no
response yet. Also, I wrote a letter that explained the reasons and
mailed to my brother. I want him to show that letter to the officer
when he go pick up the documents. It is in the mail and will be there
this afternoon. Do you think there is anything else that I could do?
Thank you.

ninhaoma
 
Old Apr 4th 2003, 4:40 pm
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Ninhaoma
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My brother got the visa, thank you all!

ninhaoma
 

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