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    Fundamental Reason for Processing Delays is the 80% - 20% Standard of CIC

    Politren, it's my understanding that you misinterpret this formula. What it means (at least in my opinion) is that some applications are not straight-forward, hence they are not taken into account when the processing times are calculated. I don't understand the logic behind IRCC statisticians...
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    Latest CAIPS / GCMS notes forms and how to order?

    There is an email in the letter for you to contact them and resolve the issue.
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    ATIP Short by 5days on residency

    Simply put, I don't believe this information because it clearly contradicts departmental policy on shortfall cases and dpenabill is not a CIC employee to prove me wrong or vice versa on this matter. The only factor that I will take into consideration is what's written in the law / CIC website.
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    ATIP Short by 5days on residency

    dpenabill, Are you saying that shrortfall cases can be approved by CO without CJ referral? If so, you should get back to my previous post and familiarize yourself with the departmental policy again. PS. You are not a CIC case processing agent, so quit acting like your opinion here is the...
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    ATIP Short by 5days on residency

    Yes, you are wrong. http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/tools/cit/admin/decision/judge.asp Even if it's 1094 days the case will still go to a CJ, which is a waste of time because CIC will challenge that in court leaving single digit percent chances for a positive outcome and delaying the...
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    ATIP Short by 5days on residency

    I have never heard of such cases.
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    ATIP Short by 5days on residency

    I am not saying that my opinion equals to legal advice. CJ hearing + appeal by IRCC can take two years or more. IRCC will never grant citizenship without court order in such a case.
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    ATIP Short by 5days on residency

    I am sorry to say that but your application will be rejected for not meeting residency eligibility. If you withdraw and reapply, you will save plenty of time on your next attempt. Good luck
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    New fingerprints timeline

    Yes dear. In most cases FP are requested if an applicant has a common name, so you have nothing to worry about
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    New fingerprints timeline

    Probably, St. Clair employees will simply forward the fingerprints to the office which has your application if your file is not with them. If there is no reportable trace they will get back to you in a couple of months with an oath invitation. Good luck!
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    Q's ...Validity of Obtained Police Certificate...URGENT

    you should use the online calculator on CIC website to get the most accurate information
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    New fingerprints timeline

    St. Clair is the main office of citizenship program. If your case is non-routine it is referred there.
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    Latest CAIPS / GCMS notes forms and how to order?

    it has something to do with medical examination
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    FSW 2014 - CPC OTTAWA - Visa Office - Let's Connect Here

    You'll probably get a photo resubmission request
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    FSW 2014 - CPC OTTAWA - Visa Office - Let's Connect Here

    Not really, It's 3 years to meet LICO eligibility (either for you or your co-signer aka spouse) + 5 years processing time. Also the process of application submission is luck-based and dependant on when the courier makes it to CPC-M because of cap.