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Discussion in 'Skilled Worker / Professional Immigration' started by staralihaider, Mar 11, 2011.

  1. Reply From www.Caipsnotes.com


    Dear Sir/Madam

    GCMS is the new system that will eventually replaced the CAIPS system. Its not available at all visa offices right now. When we request the CAIPS file from CIC, they are providing us with either the CAIPS or the GCMS file depending on its availability. There is no difference in our fee between a CAIPS file or a GCMS file.
     
  2. This is what we got when i inquired last 19 January 2011...

    Dear Madame,

    Thank you for your message. Required documents have been received. We appreciate that you wish to arrive in Canada as soon as possible, however at this moment we do not anticipate requesting your passports for visa issuance before Spring 2011.

    Sincerely,
    Canadian High Commission - SJR
     
  3. REPLY THAT I GET FROM MY STATUS INQUIRY - IN PROCESS

    Dear Madam / Sir,

    This is in response to your enquiry.

    Your application is in process or waiting to be reviewed by an immigration officer. No further action is required by you at this time.

    Our office will contact the applicant when a decision has been made or if further information is required. Immigration decisions and information requests are sent by post to the mailing address provided in the application.



    We thank you for your patience and for keeping your correspondence to a minimum.



    Yours sincerely,



    Client Service Unit (ASV)



    Immigration and Medical Services Division | Direction de l'immigration et des services médicaux

    Canadian High Commission | Haut-commissariat du Canada

    38 Grosvenor Street

    London, W1K 4AA | Londres, W1K 4AA

    United Kingdom | Royaume-Uni



    Government of Canada



    MY INQUIRY HEREUNDER:


    Dear Sir,

    Greetings!

    I would like to inquire if the status change from Receive by Visa Office to IN PROCESS in my E-Cas status is correct as the details inside remains the same as RBVO details hereunder for your reference:

    STATUS CHANGE IN PROCESS dated Feb. 8, 2011


    We received your application for permanent residence on February 17, 2010.

    We reviewed your application and sent you a letter on March 29, 2010. Please consider delays in mail delivery before contacting us.

    Your application and supporting documents were received by the London England office. They are pending review.

    We transferred your application to the London England office on April 7, 2010. The London England office may contact you.


    I beleive that there should be some update as to when my document has been reviewed and the date when it was process.

    Appreciates your clarification regarding my inquiry
     

  4. Its really good news it means IN PROCESS is not ERROR.
     
  5. Chouhans is the Applicant got reply.

    I don't think so, I had written to them and they replied that "CIC is working closely to manage arrivals in Canada, so that we meet, but do not exceed the immigration plan set by Parliament last fall for 2011. Since we have larger inventories of applications than limits within the immigration plan for admissions to Canada, we must process applications according to the priorities set by Parliament. As we have a sufficient number of applications in our high priority categories, we are not in a position to process your application at this time, nor can we predict when processing on your application will resume."

    So it's kind of disappointing to me that I have waited for almost two years and now application is differed indefinitely!

    But I am confused too because ecas changed just two days ago from RBVO to In Progress and today this email!!!!

    What are your views friends?

    http://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/disappointing-yet-confusing-t67053.0.html
     
  6. I received the following correspondence from London visa office:

    Please be advised that medical instructions will be sent in the next few weeks.
    We hope this information is of assistance to you.
    The High Commission
     
  7. Its Good. :)
     
  8. I received the disappointing reply that Visa Office will not process my app as it is not their high priority category! And nor they can commit when will they process my app :(

    I am worried.... Any guess if this is their standard reply? Because my ecas just changed to in progress!
     
  9. No one knows the real situation but i think before oct 2011 important for medicals and first 5 months of 2012 important for visa stamping.

    Currently post 26 june 2010 are on high periority and for pre june 2010 applicants CHC London taking 24 to 28 months for the whole process till visa. :(

    Currently CHC london replying us for pre june 2010 applicants like this.

    reply from CHC london



    Dear Sir/Madam,

    Thank you for your enquiry.

    CIC is working closely to manage arrivals in Canada, so that we meet, but do not exceed the immigration plan set by Parliament last fall for 2011. Since we have larger inventories of applications than limits within the immigration plan for admissions to Canada, we must process applications according to the priorities set by Parliament. As we have a sufficient number of applications in our high priority categories, we are not in a position to process your application at this time, nor can we predict when processing on your application will resume.

    Yours sincerely,

    Client Service Unit (LIB)

    Immigration and Medical Services Division | Direction de l'immigration et des services médicaux

    Canadian High Commission | Haut-commissariat du Canada

    38 Grosvenor Street

    London, W1K 4AA | Londres, W1K 4AA

    United Kingdom | Royaume-Un

    Government of Canada
     
  10. can you share your time line elie72, tnx
     
  11. Dear Elmo,
    Aor aug 2007
    Document request aug 2009
    Document sent dec 2009
    Pcc Saudi Arabia request oct 2010
    Pcc sent nov 2010
     
  12. @elie72 lets hope april start for 2007 appl MR

    i am also 2007 appl and waiting for med same like u full doc sent in oct2009
     
  13. Today i have received the email reply from chc-London,i dont understand what they want to say,becuz i havnt sent them any documents yet! :eek:
    Dear Madam / Sir,

    This is in response to your enquiry.

    Your documents have been received and placed on file. No further action is required by you at this time.

    We will contact you again if we require further information or when we are ready to proceed to the next stage of your application.

    We thank you for your patience and for keeping your correspondence to a minimum.

    As of April 1, 2010, applications for permanent residence under the Economic categories for citizens or residents of Pakistan will be processed by our office in London, UK. The economic categories are comprised of Federal skilled Workers, Federal Investors, Self-Employed, Entrepreneurs, Provincial Nominees and Quebec-selected Permanent Workers and Business People. Although Islamabad will continue processing a few applications that are close to completion, the majority are being transferred to London. The file transfer of existing permanent residence applications under the Economic categories is currently underway.
    Your application has been transferred and will be processed in London, please be advised that our office will contact you when we are in a position to begin processing your application. Please wait until this time before providing any new information relating to changes in your personal circumstances, additional dependents, new employment, education or new identity documents.
    At this point, it is too early to tell what the new processing times will be for these cases in London. We regret that we cannot provide a schedule for the assessment of files and that our office cannot provide status updates at this time.
    Our office sends immigration decisions and information requests by post or email to the mailing address or email address provided in the application. Therefore, it is important that our office be notified immediately of any change of address or email address. Please also notify us if you would like to withdraw your application. For all other updates, wait until you are contacted by our office.
    We thank you for your patience during this transition period and for keeping your correspondence to a minimum.
    Yours sincerely,

    Client Service Unit

    Immigration and Medical Services Division | Direction de l'immigration et des services médicaux
    Canadian High Commission | Haut-commissariat du Canada
    38 Grosvenor Street
    London, W1K 4AA | Londres, W1K 4AA
    United Kingdom | Royaume-Uni

    Government of Canada
     
  14. Alihaider mere bahi what category have you applied??? coz what i heard is if ur application in is one of those category you will be priority !!!coz i got my ecase status change few dayz ago on march 1 and my code is 0631.
     

  15. ohhh NO :( This is the first case i heard that IN process date line has been removed. (Your application was reviewed and we started processing on February 15, 2011) :(
     

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