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« Reply #18330 on: April 26, 2013, 07:48:07 am »

I am not sure how TCFQ works but in my case I did DELF and there was an initial attestation which I received very soon after the exam and after 3 months received the actual certificate. It is really essential you talk to AF where you took your exam and find out if there is another certificate which has to be awaited. My file was returned for this reason and only when I submitted the DELF deploma certificate, my application was accepted.
However, from the forum, I learnt that TCFQ results are published very soon (in 15 days or so) when compared to DELF which takes 3-4 months  to get the actual certificate that is accepted.
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Hi Sujaarun,

I have been following up with the AF and they too have been saying that this attestation is the only certificate of the TCFQ exam given. This itself is considered as the certificate.

  @  Umer - As you gave the TCFQ exam before, Can you help me understand if there is any additional original certificate that I should be receiving
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« Reply #18331 on: April 26, 2013, 08:10:17 am »

Bonjour Tout le monde

i am studying in AF in level N2 and want to book TCF test on end of may or june,the problem is in AF they mostly focus on writing instead of listening and speaking and my lawyer is demanding A2 score i have already scored in IELTS 6.5 and 7 and as per her i was lacking 8 points and she also did not make my points clear.

Age 28
work 5
Master degree in HRM and BBA Marketing
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I really need experts advise i have paid 3 thousand USD  and further for submitt my case i have to pay 750 cad before 31st july and i am no where standing  Huh
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Nomination.....: HOPE SOONEST
AOR Received.: file opened: 12/05/13
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File Transfer...: WAITING
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« Reply #18332 on: April 26, 2013, 08:29:46 am »


Hi
As you gave the TCFQ exam before, Can you help me understand if there is any additional original certificate that I should be receiving

I also took TCFQ. there is only one attestation of results and that's what u will be sending in your application (the original,not a copy)
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« Reply #18333 on: April 26, 2013, 08:32:50 am »

I would need some advice here regarding the points calculation for CSQ.
I submitted my application in october and received AOR too. While submitting my application, I have 62 points. (DELF A1).
Now, if  I complete A2 or any higher level and submit the results to modify my file, will I earn these additional points. OR the points that you have when I get my AOR is only counted while making their decision?
Can someone guide me here so that I can plan accordingly? I do understand that FR is really really required to survive in the long run, but I am looking for the possibility of an interview waiver with additional points.

Thanks in advance.
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IELTS Request: BAND 7/TCFQ B1/C1 all sent with initial application
File Transfer...: WAITING
Med's Request: NEXT YEAR?
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Interview........: WISH IT TO BE NEW YEAR GIFT!!
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« Reply #18334 on: April 26, 2013, 08:40:23 am »

I would need some advice here regarding the points calculation for CSQ.
I submitted my application in october and received AOR too. While submitting my application, I have 62 points. (DELF A1).
Now, if  I complete A2 or any higher level and submit the results to modify my file, will I earn these additional points. OR the points that you have when I get my AOR is only counted while making their decision?
Can someone guide me here so that I can plan accordingly? I do understand that FR is really really required to survive in the long run, but I am looking for the possibility of an interview waiver with additional points.

Thanks in advance.

Hi,
 Go ahead and study your French, and obtain higher scores. As you mentioned, you have already received AOR, meaning that your AOT is accepted, and you meet the Minimum threshold points to open a file. So it will be to your advantage, to study more french, and update your file, which can help influence your interview decision, or betterstill give u a waiver. IT IS VERY POSSIBLE TO UPDATE YOUR FILE, ONCE YOU HAVE RECEIVED AOR, EITHER WITH A NEW CHILD, NEW MARITAL STATUS, OR NEW LANGUAGE RESULTS.

Good luck!!
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« Reply #18335 on: April 26, 2013, 08:46:09 am »

Hi,
 Go ahead and study your French, and obtain higher scores. As you mentioned, you have already received AOR, meaning that your AOT is accepted, and you meet the Minimum threshold points to open a file. So it will be to your advantage, to study more french, and update your file, which can help influence your interview decision, or betterstill give u a waiver. IT IS VERY POSSIBLE TO UPDATE YOUR FILE, ONCE YOU HAVE RECEIVED AOR, EITHER WITH A NEW CHILD, NEW MARITAL STATUS, OR NEW LANGUAGE RESULTS.

Good luck!!

Thanks Stylove for the information, that 's really a motivation for me Smiley
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« Reply #18336 on: April 26, 2013, 09:01:34 am »

Dear Indian Friends,

Has anybody (non-priority applicant) got interview call for April mission in Delhi.

Thank you!
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« Reply #18337 on: April 26, 2013, 10:31:34 am »

Hi
Can anyone share latest list of occupations which give 16/12/6 points for AOT .

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« Reply #18338 on: April 26, 2013, 10:37:46 am »

Hi
Can anyone share latest list of occupations which give 16/12/6 points for AOT .



go here

http://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/publications/fr/divers/domaines-6.pdf

http://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/publications/fr/divers/domaines-12-16.pdf
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« Reply #18339 on: April 26, 2013, 11:42:21 am »

Hi all,

Please find my info below.:


MBA  Finance and Marketing --> Concordia Univeristy
Specialization Business --> Mcgill University
Woring in Canada 3 Years.

Applied CSQ : Nov,2010
CSQ received : Mar/April 2011

Fedral Applied: July 2011

Medical request received: Nov,2011
Medical done : Dec,2011

ECAS updated: : Application received and Medicals have been received in Dec,2011

Post grad work permit expired: July,2012

LMO Applied: July 2012
LMO approved: August 2012
NEW CAQ and workpermit received: September 2012.

RPRF and updated history request received from Ottawa: Feb,2013

RPRF paid and History updated: Mar,2013

NExt step ::  dont know...., what is expected next....dont know....
will i receieve ppr or another medical request dont knnow.


Friend applied for Fedral in May,2012 --> received RPRF in Mar,2013 --> recevied PPR inApril 2013--> received PR
Today.

So am i an applicant for July 2011 ?? or Dec 2010.
What is the next step after receiving RPRF request.
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« Reply #18340 on: April 26, 2013, 12:01:20 pm »

Hey fellow friends ,
do you guys know if Quebec would need your original french certificate ? or a certified copy of it is also sufficient ?
I have found two descrepent info on their website , ( on the supporting document section it states that the certified copy is also ok ) , while on the form it says they need an original 
here are the references :
w w w .immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/en/immigrate-settle/students/stay-quebec/application-csq/students-peq/language-requirements.html
w w w .immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/fr/formulaires/formulaire-titre/dcs-etudiants-peq.html
w w w .immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/publications/fr/peq/A-0520-GF-dyn.pdf
( 3rd page on the pdf file )

has anyone just submitted a copy of their French test ? ( specifically DELF certificate ? )
Thanks
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« Reply #18341 on: April 26, 2013, 12:41:35 pm »

Hey fellow friends ,
do you guys know if Quebec would need your original french certificate ? or a certified copy of it is also sufficient ?
I have found two descrepent info on their website , ( on the supporting document section it states that the certified copy is also ok ) , while on the form it says they need an original 
here are the references :

has anyone just submitted a copy of their French test ? ( specifically DELF certificate ? )
Thanks
I believe you need to send original language certificates. (IELTS/FR). I checked this with my lawyer and he insisted that i sent the originals, I did that.
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Category........: QSW
Visa Office......: Montreal
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App. Filed.......: 07-03-2013
Doc's Request.: ALL DOCS SENT WITH FILE
Nomination.....: HOPE SOONEST
AOR Received.: file opened: 12/05/13
IELTS Request: BAND 7/TCFQ B1/C1 all sent with initial application
File Transfer...: WAITING
Med's Request: NEXT YEAR?
Med's Done....: NEXT YEAR?
Interview........: WISH IT TO BE NEW YEAR GIFT!!
Passport Req..: NEXT YEAR?
VISA ISSUED...: NEXT YEAR?
LANDED..........: NEXT YEAR?

« Reply #18342 on: April 26, 2013, 02:31:01 pm »

Hey fellow friends ,
do you guys know if Quebec would need your original french certificate ? or a certified copy of it is also sufficient ?
I have found two descrepent info on their website , ( on the supporting document section it states that the certified copy is also ok ) , while on the form it says they need an original 
here are the references :
w w w .immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/en/immigrate-settle/students/stay-quebec/application-csq/students-peq/language-requirements.html
w w w .immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/fr/formulaires/formulaire-titre/dcs-etudiants-peq.html
w w w .immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/publications/fr/peq/A-0520-GF-dyn.pdf
( 3rd page on the pdf file )

has anyone just submitted a copy of their French test ? ( specifically DELF certificate ? )
Thanks

Send ONLY originals. Any photocopies or certified copies will be returned to you.
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« Reply #18343 on: April 26, 2013, 05:55:51 pm »

Dear All,
For the Quebec Priority occupation,do you think electrical/computer engineering can be considered?
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App. Filed.......: 26-09-2010
Doc's Request.: 16 May 2014 updated on 03 Aug 2014
Nomination.....: Not yet
AOR Received.: 26-04-2011
IELTS Request: 03 August 2014 as well as TCFQ
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« Reply #18344 on: April 27, 2013, 07:01:57 am »

Dear All,
For the Quebec Priority occupation,do you think electrical/computer engineering can be considered?
No dear computer engineers are not in priority list, I am a Computer Engineer and waiting since more then two years.
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