Senior Members. Please Help

Old Jun 12th 2009, 5:40 am
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I applied for SW immigration on May, 08, 2008(Simplified Application)-London UK. I sent the document package on February, 20, 2009, upon their request. I got a letter from CHC on June, 01, 2009 asking for additional documents (Immigration Summary Form) and the RPRF fee. I got my CAIPS notes today, although it shows that my total assessment points are 66, it shows that I passed the paper screening decision (PSDEC: 1). what does that mean? Did I pass their initial assessment although my scoring points are less than 67? Since they are requesting more documents and RPRF fee, is there a possibility to refuse my application based on scoring point criteria at a later stages? Why did they ask for RPRF fee before even sending a medical request? Is 67 mandatory or there is exceptions?!
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Old Jun 12th 2009, 10:09 am
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! is of course a pass and the rest is all positive so I would not worry. They would never ask for the RPRF if they were not satisfied that you met their requrements.
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Old Jun 12th 2009, 10:15 am
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Thanks a lot Mr. Jim for the good news. BTW, Is it usual that they ask for RPRF before sending a medical request.
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Well the background check is often a little long and they may delay for that reason. Also medical requests may be sent later for any number of reasons. Your case is not finalized so it could be refused if they are not satisfied with the documentation or the less likely chance that you do not pass the medical.
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