Acknowledgment of Receipt (AOR) letter for Provincial Nominees
This refers to your application for permanent residence in Canada which was received at this office on
We have created a file with the application number indicated above. You must quote this application number in any future correspondence.
Applications for permanent residence in Canada in the category that you have applied to require on average 11 months to process at this office. Please do not contact this office unless this time has elapsed and you have received no communications from us.
If you or any of your accompanying family members are not normally resident in the area of responsibility of this office, then you should be aware that there may be additional delay in the processing of your application for permanent residence in Canada. This delay will result from the need to refer your case to the Canadian Immigration office which is responsible for the country in which you or your family members normally reside. This referral is necessary to verify any information that you have provided with your application, or for advice concerning qualifications or other matters of a local concern that should be taken into account when assessing your application.
IMPORTANT - LET US KNOW
You are required to inform us IMMEDIATELY if your personal circumstances change, such as:
* a new-born child born to yourself or your dependents,
* change in marital status,
* change of residential address or e-mail address,
* change of immigration representative,
* request for withdrawal of your application and refund of fees
**If you don't declare a newborn and a change in your marital status prior to landing, you may be denied landing once you arrive in Canada**
Prepare yourself for immigration to Canada
Your application has just been received at visa office and some months will probably pass before you know the final decision on your application. We nonetheless encourage you to use these months to gather information on Canada.
One of your first steps should be to begin researching potential employment in Canada. Most occupations in Canada are not regulated. For those occupations, the employer is responsible for assessing and recognizing your qualifications.
However, some occupations are regulated and do not permit persons to practice without a license. To obtain a license to practice a regulated occupation, you must go through an assessment and an acceptance of your education and professional qualifications by a regulatory body. This assessment will compare your training, education and experience to Canadian standards. The assessment will also help determine whether further training and evaluation may be needed before you acquire a license to practice your occupation in Canada.
For more information, we encourage you to visit the Going to Canada Internet site at www.directioncanada.gc.ca
where you will find important information about living and working in Canada. On this site, you will also find the "Working in Canada Tool" which will tell you what the current prospects are for your occupation across Canada. It offers information on essential skills, job descriptions, work conditions and opportunities. It will also tell you whether your occupation is a regulated profession in Canada.
Please be sure to check your e-mail regularly (including your Inbox, Spam and Junk Folders), as we will be corresponding with you through e-mail whenever possible.
We trust that this information is helpful. Thank you for your interest in Canada.
Sir Jamilon ganito po ba AOR na ntanggap nyo sa VO?tnx Godbless everyone..............