first I have to say thank you so much for every ones help in my previous post, it feels nice to know that there are people out there who are supportive.
However, I need help again for a certain factor, after my post of not being contacting in over a year by Canada immigration I got sent a letter to send a copy of a birth certificate and a utility bill of my brother who lives in Canada.... unfortunately due to family issues my brother has now declined to send the utility bill or to help further. We had shown that he was our family in Canada and initially had given his information when we applied initially. Now we are lost on what to do, as with his help our points had got to 70, we have gotten some advice and have been told to send information of another brother who lives in Canada with a covering letter.
We are a bit confused on what to do? What do you guys think? Also, has anyone ever heard of such a case as mine and still gotten to Canada?
I appreciate any words of advice.
Hi members of the board
Hope you well, and I hope you can shed some light for me or really my brother in law. I also hope my question isnt too annoying. So my brother in law applied from Bangladesh in Oct 2010 and in May 2011, he recieved his 2nd AOR, being processed in Singapore office, and giving the link to check online, however, it is now Feb 2012 and everytime he enters his information to check application status, this is the information he gets:
We were not able to identify you using the information you provided. There could be three possible reasons:
Please be sure the information you entered is correct and then try again.
This service is only available to clients with applications in process. We may have received your application but not yet begun processing it. The following link may help you determine if your application is being processed:
Application Processing Times
At this time, you may use this on-line service to view the status of your application ONLY if you have:
sponsored a member of the family class;
applied for permanent residence from within or outside Canada;
applied for a permanent resident card (initial, replacement or renewal);
applied for Canadian citizenship (grant of citizenship);
applied for Canadian citizenship for a person adopted by a Canadian citizen (on or after January 1, 1947);
applied for a citizenship certificate (proof of Canadian citizenship);
applied to renounce Canadian citizenship; or
applied to resume Canadian citizenship.
The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) may help you to access the status of your application through CAS.
Now I have said to him to enquire with singapore office or get a CAIPS but he is very afraid that if he enquires he will get rejected! So for assurance I was wondering if you could advise pretty please.
Thankyou very much in advance.
what is your timeline and i thought it was about ur brother in law.. so u are the one who applied?
In my opinion just give your original brother's pr ... call him and settle your issues asap. so he will help u
or u may do the other real brother woth cover letter attached
just my 2 cents