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Repeat X-Ray and a few Question to Experts

Old Apr 15th 2003, 6:41 am
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Sala
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Default Repeat X-Ray and a few Question to Experts

With all due respect to Mr. Miller and other experts on the board and
a warning to those interested in migrating to Canada. I lost all my
enthusiasm now and I don't whether I should finally migrate to Canada
or not. I don't know what good I could to Canada or myself with such
existing bureaucratic "red-tape" systems.

I was asked for repeat X-Ray. Do I have to do it the same place
(Authorized clinics only) or can I have it done through my insurance
doctors? The reason is the authorized clinic is apparently a fraud one
(and I believe most Canadian authorized clinics are so) - they
reported some nodule but when I did several repeat with my doctors,
they did not find anything.

Below are some example of my file processing at Buffalo:

Ottawa sent the letter to Buffalo on Dec 19, 2002 that was processed /
stamped on January 06, 2003 and they mailed it on April 9, 2003 took
about only 4 months just to forward the letter from Immigration Health
services, Ottawa to my address. Also Immigration Health services,
Ottawa mentioned they don't have my address! Why not? Is this how they
work in Canada.

Also they still did not add my daughter after 7 months and all the
documents, passports, fees (Cashier check cashed already),
photographs, forms sent.

Last time they took only one month to sent the notification of the
initial assessment.

No wonder so many people are frustrated and that's why people with
skills never settle in Canada rather wait for citizenship and then,
migrate back to USA or other countries. With the current situation,
Canada's long term development is just a dream that will never come
true.

My time line:

Applied Sept 25, 2001
Filed: Nov 15, 2001
Initial Assessment: Oct 31 2001 (dated Oct. 1, but mailed Oct 28!)
Added new born daughter: Sep-Oct 2002 (STILL NOT ADDED)
Medical and all other documents done: Nov 2002-Jan 2003
Repeat X-Ray requested: April 13, 2003 (Ottawa sent to Buffalo to
forward the letter on Dec 19 that was mailed to me on April 9th - TOOK
JUST ABOUT 4 MONTHS TO FORWARD THE LETTER)
 
Old Apr 15th 2003, 7:02 am
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Andrew Miller
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Default Re: Repeat X-Ray and a few Question to Experts

You have been asked to take the sealed envelope back to your original DMP,
not to do new X-rays. After taking that sealed envelope back to the same
DMP who conducted original medicals he would tell you what is required.
Where your original DMP sends you for X-rays is up to him - results must
come back to him and he must forward them back to address indicated in
request.

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"Sala" wrote in message
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    > With all due respect to Mr. Miller and other experts on the board and
    > a warning to those interested in migrating to Canada. I lost all my
    > enthusiasm now and I don't whether I should finally migrate to Canada
    > or not. I don't know what good I could to Canada or myself with such
    > existing bureaucratic "red-tape" systems.
    > I was asked for repeat X-Ray. Do I have to do it the same place
    > (Authorized clinics only) or can I have it done through my insurance
    > doctors? The reason is the authorized clinic is apparently a fraud one
    > (and I believe most Canadian authorized clinics are so) - they
    > reported some nodule but when I did several repeat with my doctors,
    > they did not find anything.
    > Below are some example of my file processing at Buffalo:
    > Ottawa sent the letter to Buffalo on Dec 19, 2002 that was processed /
    > stamped on January 06, 2003 and they mailed it on April 9, 2003 took
    > about only 4 months just to forward the letter from Immigration Health
    > services, Ottawa to my address. Also Immigration Health services,
    > Ottawa mentioned they don't have my address! Why not? Is this how they
    > work in Canada.
    > Also they still did not add my daughter after 7 months and all the
    > documents, passports, fees (Cashier check cashed already),
    > photographs, forms sent.
    > Last time they took only one month to sent the notification of the
    > initial assessment.
    > No wonder so many people are frustrated and that's why people with
    > skills never settle in Canada rather wait for citizenship and then,
    > migrate back to USA or other countries. With the current situation,
    > Canada's long term development is just a dream that will never come
    > true.
    > My time line:
    > Applied Sept 25, 2001
    > Filed: Nov 15, 2001
    > Initial Assessment: Oct 31 2001 (dated Oct. 1, but mailed Oct 28!)
    > Added new born daughter: Sep-Oct 2002 (STILL NOT ADDED)
    > Medical and all other documents done: Nov 2002-Jan 2003
    > Repeat X-Ray requested: April 13, 2003 (Ottawa sent to Buffalo to
    > forward the letter on Dec 19 that was mailed to me on April 9th - TOOK
    > JUST ABOUT 4 MONTHS TO FORWARD THE LETTER)
 

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