You may withdraw your application anytime until nomination, However following will be your two options:sbrs2010 said:Hi
If I decide to apply for OINP, at what stage can I ask for withdrawal of application. In case, I get a ITA directly prior to receiving OINP AOR/PN.
Recommend use paper clips instead, most of us done so. Having said that there is no written rule on this and is purely personal choiceyelena said:When submitting the form and supporting documents, are we allowed to punch hooles in them and connect them all in a spiral binder?
This doesnt work for me... i have more than 100 pages of supporting documents..not even a large paper clip works.Tarun401 said:Recommend use paper clips instead, most of us done so. Having said that there is no written rule on this and is purely personal choice
CEC applications are prioritized. CEC applicants get AOR within 1 month (as opposed to the 2 months wait time for FSW applicants) and you guys get nomination soon after.sylendrabilla said:Hi all,
EE profile created on 8 Jan, 2016.
PT received on 11 Jan, 2016.
I am not sure how long it will take now, if i apply?
and If i claim against CEC class, then still shouldi submit my Foreign Experience Documents?
And im an Inland applicant and stays in Ontario. Is there any priority processing for this?
Please let me know if you have any idea about this.
Yelena, its not like you hold all papers with a single paper clip. We know that's not possible! Use paper clips to hold a small bundle of related documents. Use as many paper clips as you need! This would make your app package look organized.yelena said:This doesnt work for me... i have more than 100 pages of supporting documents..not even a large paper clip works.
i was going thru te guide and it doesnt say anything.
I was thinking about binding everything together and marking documents with paper flags
1) You will get it (probably) in the next couple of weeks.noramime said:Hi I was just wondering when can I expect my AOR? My application package was received Nov 10,2015.
I will be turning 30 this Jan 23 and based on the points calculator, my points of 406 will be droppwd down by 5. will this affect my standing, though I am still within the minimum 400pts by Ontario's standards? Shall I notify them? Thanks in advance for your help!