I was going thru OP6 manual bible for canadian immigration and found this useful information. This clarifies why shibu, ramu and mayank recd MR so quickly Final determination of eligibility for processing
All visa offices should use the same approach when making a final determination of eligibility.
Where documents are reliable and information is clear, consistent and well-supported the final
determination of eligibility can be made quickly. Where this is not the case, the final determination
of eligibility will be more involved.
While visa officers must exercise diligence at the final determination stage, they should also
complete this stage quickly, i.e. ideally less than two weeks after the deadline set by the CIO.
Exercising diligence while making a final determination within the ideal timeframe means the
determination will be a paper review of the application and supporting documents. Visa officers
must apply their local knowledge to the application and documents to determine eligibility.
Documents lacking sufficient information about the
employer, or containing only vague descriptions of duties and periods of employment, should be
given less weight. Descriptions of duties taken verbatim from the NOC should be regarded as self serving. Presented with such documents, visa officers may question whether they accurately
describe an applicant's experience. A document that lacks sufficient detail to permit eventual
verification and a credible description of the applicant's experience is unlikely to satisfy an officer
of an applicant's eligibility.
Once processing begins, officers will review the application against the minimal requirements and
the selection criteria for FSW. Visa officers are also required to approve or refuse FSW
applications according to the requirements of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA)
and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR).
In cases of refusals, this means an applicant fails to meet the minimal requirements, is not
awarded sufficient points or is found to be inadmissible. As applicants may specify more than one
NOC code in their application, failure to meet the minimal requirements for an occupation on the
MI list will not necessarily result in refusal.
Interviews, verifications of the authenticity of documents, site visits, investigations or seeking
clarification from applicants constitute processing. These activities may be undertaken to
determine if applicants meet the minimal requirements, can be awarded points for the selection
criteria or are inadmissible.