2010 cases shouldn't be having trouble with their e-Cas after a yr. There's obviously a glitch somewhere... it'd could only be clarified by your VO, if u had been typing correctly.
Thanks Brother Qorax, I have already sent an inquiry through post once and two case specific queries' to which I got only one reply so far saying that "If you applied as a Federal Skilled Worker on or after 27 February 2008 and before 26 June 2010, your application is not likely to be processed in 2012", without a mention of my E-cas issue.
So I am not sure whether they care to properly read the mails or not, any ways do you think I should send them a case specific inquiry once more or a mail through post? and also does my e-cas issue have any bearing on my file processing, I mean if its not coming on E-cas does it mean they have not even looked at the file yet?
This is in response to your recent email enquiry to the Immigration Section of the Canadian High Commission in New Delhi.
An Acknowledgement of Receipt letter was sent to you after your application was received by our office. Your application is currently in a queue awaiting initial review.
Unless we have specifically asked you to do so, you are not required to submit any documentation at this time. Our office will contact you to provide the required supporting documentation for the assessment of your application.If you applied as a Federal Skilled Worker on or after 27 February 2008 and before 26 June 2010, your application is not likely to be processed in 2012
Unfortunately, it will take longer to process federal skilled worker applications submitted under the first set of instructions (between 27 February 2008 and 25 June 2010) than originally projected. During this time, the department received applications for more than 425,000 people, and 144,000 of these have not yet received a decision.
This number represents more than twice the number of projected admissions under the federal skilled worker program in 2011. As a result, applicants will wait two years or more to be processed.
If you wish to withdraw your application, you may be eligible for a refund of your processing fees.
Applications in the Skilled Worker category are processed in order of receipt. Your application forms and fees guarantee your place in the processing queue. Your file is being processed in accordance with its place in the queue, based on the date on which the application and fee payment were received in our office. As we are not yet ready to review your file, you are not required send any documents in support of your application. Since your application is still within normal processing times, we are not able to provide any status updates on your file. When we are ready to review your file, we will send a document request letter to you using the contact information we have on your file. That letter will list all documents required to continue processing your application.
Until we contact you, the only information you are required to provide us in order to update your application is:
- Change of address or contact information, including email address
- Change in your family composition
- Request to withdraw your application and refund the application fees
- Submission of an Arranged Employment Opinion approved by Human Resources and Social Development Canada
- Change to your representation
If you wish to engage, change, or revoke a paid representative, the form IMM 5476 Use of a Representative, available at this link:http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/representative.asp
p> , must be completed and signed by you then sent to our office. In
all correspondence with our office, remember to quote your file number, full name, and date of birth.
For information about processing times, please visit the following link to our website: http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca/india-inde/visas/processing_times-d
Processing times to finalization may vary depending on the number of new applications received and the individual complexity of each application.
For actual processing times of permanent resident applications in New Delhi for the last 12 months, please refer to the CIC website at: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/times/international/02a-skilled
We trust that this information will be of assistance.
Immigration Section - 2
High Commission of Canada
PO Box 5209
7/8 Shantipath, Chanakyapuri
New Delhi, India 110021