I would take it other way actually, cause Nova Scotia office is actually there to help in reduction of processing time, they would chehck your docs and make sure they are ok, once they are convinced then they are going to send those docs to concerned visa office (electonically or hard copies), then after that the visa office just have to work on the verification and other portions.
So make sure when you send your docs, check it and make sure you are sending all docs, don't miss anything. Otherwise they would send it back to you by regular post and it would waste so much time
Then it will be good. Hopefully, It will take less time.
Do you know anything about employer verification?
I also did job in USA and submitted offer letters and salary slips too.
Now, I'm in India and marketing manager of the company. The company is located in residential area, it's in house. and company is small, not that big.
As I am a marketing manager, I mostly go out for marketing from one city to other city.
What should one do in this case? How will they approach it?
My Experience is perfectly genuine. I had past experience in MNCs. But I selected this company due to better opportunity in salary and position wise.
Is that fine if they come for checking and I am not available there? Will they talk in native language there with the boss or the owner of the company?
And one more thing, I don't want to tell my current company in advance about my application to Canada. What's the option?