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Resignation immediately after the successful interview - Expert Please advise

Resignation immediately after the successful interview - Expert Please advise

Old Nov 20th 2003, 6:37 am
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Dear Experts:

I had a successful interview on 29th September, 2003 and was issued medicals. I resigned from my present job on 20th October, 2003. Kindly advise if I need to update the embassy about this change and will it have any affect on processing of my application. I really appreciate your help.

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Old Nov 20th 2003, 7:20 am
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You may be asked for updated proof-of-funds at a later stage, so make sure
you have enough money in the bank.
Sometimes they ask for updated pay stubs for your current job (at least
Buffalo does).

Also, I don't wish to question your decision, but it may be some time before
you get your final PR approval.
Your background/security checks would have been initiated after the
successful interview.
Plus medicals results take time to make their way thru to CHC.

Hope this helps.

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    > Dear Experts:
    > I had a successful interview on 29th September, 2003 and was issued
    > medicals. I resigned from my present job on 20th October, 2003. Kindly
    > advise if I need to update the embassy about this change and will it
    > have any affect on processing of my application. I really appreciate
    > your help.
    > Regards,
    > Amir
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Old Nov 20th 2003, 2:39 pm
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There is no need to inform the visa post.

Generally, it is a bad idea to make any drastic move until you have the
visa in your hand.

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    > Dear Experts:
    > I had a successful interview on 29th September, 2003 and was issued
    > medicals. I resigned from my present job on 20th October, 2003. Kindly
    > advise if I need to update the embassy about this change and will it
    > have any affect on processing of my application. I really appreciate
    > your help.
    > Regards,
    > Amir
    > --
    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com
 
Old Nov 20th 2003, 10:45 pm
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Default Re: Resignation immediately after the successful interview - Expert Please advise

You shoudn't resign until you have the visa in your passport. If you experience a dealy between now and moving to Canada you may find you have to explain the gap on your CV/resume to your new employer.
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Dear Experts:

I had a successful interview on 29th September, 2003 and was issued medicals. I resigned from my present job on 20th October, 2003. Kindly advise if I need to update the embassy about this change and will it have any affect on processing of my application. I really appreciate your help.

Regards,

Amir
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Old Nov 21st 2003, 10:50 pm
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Default Re: Resignation immediately after the successful interview - Expert Please advise

Dear Experts:

Thanks alot for the valuable advise. I will really appreciate if you could further shed some light on this issue.

I have now re-joined the employer I worked for 7 years before the one from where I resigned. At the interview, the visa officer considered only 8 months of experience of this employer saying that I applied in Jan 2001 and she cannot consider any experience I accumulated after this date. However, she considered my 5 years of experience of at my previous employer whom I have re-joined, giving me 21 points for experience.

My question is, does it still make any difference if I have resigned and re-joined the old employer which gained me full points for experience.

Further, my resignation did not come about at a happy note with my last employer. Is there any thing to be concerned about it as they may not cooperate when it come to verfications.

I really appreciate your help and advise.

Regards,



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Originally posted by amirismail
Dear Experts:

I had a successful interview on 29th September, 2003 and was issued medicals. I resigned from my present job on 20th October, 2003. Kindly advise if I need to update the embassy about this change and will it have any affect on processing of my application. I really appreciate your help.

Regards,

Amir
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