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Anyone with DOUBLE E-STATUS changed, In Process to "DECISION MADE" & "INPROCESS"

globalsc

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Aug 18, 2010
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Category........
Visa Office......
New Delhi
NOC Code......
0111
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
09-03-2010
Doc's Request.
07-05-2010 (Ist AOR)
Nomination.....
N.A.
AOR Received.
23-08-2010 (2nd AOR)
IELTS Request
14-08-2010
File Transfer...
11-05-2010 IP 23-02-2012
Med's Request
08-11-2012
Med's Done....
20-12-2012 DD En-Cashed 22-01-2013
Interview........
NOT CALLED
Passport Req..
8-11-2012 send > 27-12-2012
VISA ISSUED...
Decision Made 12-02-13 Passports Red. 15/02/13
LANDED..........
24th May 2013
arif_apk said:
@ globalsc how did you confirm that double status is a system error?
email msg from CHC ND
 

globalsc

Hero Member
Aug 18, 2010
514
4
121
india
Category........
Visa Office......
New Delhi
NOC Code......
0111
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
09-03-2010
Doc's Request.
07-05-2010 (Ist AOR)
Nomination.....
N.A.
AOR Received.
23-08-2010 (2nd AOR)
IELTS Request
14-08-2010
File Transfer...
11-05-2010 IP 23-02-2012
Med's Request
08-11-2012
Med's Done....
20-12-2012 DD En-Cashed 22-01-2013
Interview........
NOT CALLED
Passport Req..
8-11-2012 send > 27-12-2012
VISA ISSUED...
Decision Made 12-02-13 Passports Red. 15/02/13
LANDED..........
24th May 2013
arif_apk said:
@ globalsc how did you confirm that double status is a system error?
Given below is the email send by CHC ND

From: re-delhi-im-enquiry@international.gc.ca
Sent: 27 July 2012 16:22PM

Dear Sir/Madam,

This is in response to your recent enquiry to the Immigration Section of the Canadian High Commission in New Delhi.

Thank you for your e-mail informing us that your address has changed. Please be advised that we require the applicant's signature, or the signature of the applicant's authorized representative, in order to update the address on a file.

If you want to have your address changed in your visa/immigration application, please send a signed letter (you may scan the letter and attach it to an e-mail message if you wish). The following information must be included in your address change request:

- the full name of applicant and original signature,
- the applicant's date of birth,
- the file number [Letter followed by a nine-digit number],
- telephone number, including area code,
- the mailing address, and
- a return fax number and/or e-mail address (if available)

Kindly note that your current mailing address stands unchanged and your e-mail request has been deleted. The change will only be made after we receive a request signed by the applicant or the authorized representative. We will not confirm receipt of an address change request by mail/ e-mail received at this office but the file will be updated.

Please Note: If you have a case in process at a visa office outside of Canada – even if you are in Canada – DO NOT use the Citizenship & Immigration Canada Client Application Status system to change your address online. Any new address entered into this system will NOT be downloaded to your file in the visa office. Change of address notifications for applications at visa offices must always be submitted directly to the visa office processing the application. Also note that a change of address submitted to a visa office will NOT be reflected on the online Client Application Status system.

AND


No decision has been taken on your application.



We are aware of a system error that has resulted in E-Status/ E-CAS incorrectly showing that a decision has been made when no decision has been taken on the application. This system error appears to affect a significant number of applications and we are attempting to resolve the problem.



If you applied as a Federal Skilled Worker on or after 27 February 2008 and before 26 June 2010, processing of your application is likely to begin in 2012; however, finalization may not occur until after 2012.

Unfortunately, it will take longer to process federal skilled worker applications submitted under the first set of instructions (between 27 February 2008 and 25 June 2010) than originally projected. During this time, the department received applications for more than 425,000 people, and 144,000 of these have not yet received a decision. This number represents more than twice the number of projected admissions under the federal skilled worker program in 2011.

If you wish to withdraw your application, you may be eligible for a refund of your processing fees if processing of your application has not yet begun..

Applications in the Skilled Worker category are processed in order of receipt. Your application forms and fees guarantee your place in the processing queue. Your file is being processed in accordance with its place in the queue, based on the date on which the application and fee payment were received in our office. As we are not yet ready to review your file, you are not required send any documents in support of your application. When we are ready to review your file, we will send a document request letter to you using the contact information we have on your file. That letter will list all documents required to continue processing your application.

Until we contact you, the only information you are required to provide us in order to update your application is:

- Change of address or contact information, including email address

- Change in your family composition
- Request to withdraw your application and refund the application fees
- Submission of an Arranged Employment Opinion approved by Human Resources and Social Development Canada
- Change to your representation

If you wish to engage, change, or revoke a paid representative, the form IMM 5476 Use of a Representative, available at this link: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/representative.asp, must be completed and signed by you then sent to our office. In all correspondence with our office, remember to quote your file number, full name, and date of birth.

Processing times to finalization may vary depending on the number of new applications received and the individual complexity of each application. Applicants can check the status of their case on the CIC website by clicking on Client Application Status. For actual processing times of permanent resident applications in New Delhi for the last 12 months, please click here. Applicants may also refer to our website, www.india.gc.ca, for more information about processing times.



As soon as any action is required on your part or a decision is made by our office, we will contact you using the contact information you have provided on your application.

We thank you for your patience and for keeping your correspondence to a minimum to help us serve you better.


Immigration Section / Section de l'immigration-3
High Commission of Canada
7/8 Shantipath, Chanakyapuri
New Delhi
India / Inde
 

arif_apk

Member
Dec 9, 2011
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globalsc said:
Given below is the email send by CHC ND

From: re-delhi-im-enquiry @ international.gc.ca
Sent: 27 July 2012 16:22PM

Dear Sir/Madam,

This is in response to your recent enquiry to the Immigration Section of the Canadian High Commission in New Delhi.

Thank you for your e-mail informing us that your address has changed. Please be advised that we require the applicant's signature, or the signature of the applicant's authorized representative, in order to update the address on a file.

If you want to have your address changed in your visa/immigration application, please send a signed letter (you may scan the letter and attach it to an e-mail message if you wish). The following information must be included in your address change request:

- the full name of applicant and original signature,
- the applicant's date of birth,
- the file number [Letter followed by a nine-digit number],
- telephone number, including area code,
- the mailing address, and
- a return fax number and/or e-mail address (if available)

Kindly note that your current mailing address stands unchanged and your e-mail request has been deleted. The change will only be made after we receive a request signed by the applicant or the authorized representative. We will not confirm receipt of an address change request by mail/ e-mail received at this office but the file will be updated.

Please Note: If you have a case in process at a visa office outside of Canada – even if you are in Canada – DO NOT use the Citizenship & Immigration Canada Client Application Status system to change your address online. Any new address entered into this system will NOT be downloaded to your file in the visa office. Change of address notifications for applications at visa offices must always be submitted directly to the visa office processing the application. Also note that a change of address submitted to a visa office will NOT be reflected on the online Client Application Status system.

AND


No decision has been taken on your application.



We are aware of a system error that has resulted in E-Status/ E-CAS incorrectly showing that a decision has been made when no decision has been taken on the application. This system error appears to affect a significant number of applications and we are attempting to resolve the problem.



If you applied as a Federal Skilled Worker on or after 27 February 2008 and before 26 June 2010, processing of your application is likely to begin in 2012; however, finalization may not occur until after 2012.

Unfortunately, it will take longer to process federal skilled worker applications submitted under the first set of instructions (between 27 February 2008 and 25 June 2010) than originally projected. During this time, the department received applications for more than 425,000 people, and 144,000 of these have not yet received a decision. This number represents more than twice the number of projected admissions under the federal skilled worker program in 2011.

If you wish to withdraw your application, you may be eligible for a refund of your processing fees if processing of your application has not yet begun..

Applications in the Skilled Worker category are processed in order of receipt. Your application forms and fees guarantee your place in the processing queue. Your file is being processed in accordance with its place in the queue, based on the date on which the application and fee payment were received in our office. As we are not yet ready to review your file, you are not required send any documents in support of your application. When we are ready to review your file, we will send a document request letter to you using the contact information we have on your file. That letter will list all documents required to continue processing your application.

Until we contact you, the only information you are required to provide us in order to update your application is:

- Change of address or contact information, including email address

- Change in your family composition
- Request to withdraw your application and refund the application fees
- Submission of an Arranged Employment Opinion approved by Human Resources and Social Development Canada
- Change to your representation

If you wish to engage, change, or revoke a paid representative, the form IMM 5476 Use of a Representative, available at this link: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/representative.asp, must be completed and signed by you then sent to our office. In all correspondence with our office, remember to quote your file number, full name, and date of birth.

Processing times to finalization may vary depending on the number of new applications received and the individual complexity of each application. Applicants can check the status of their case on the CIC website by clicking on Client Application Status. For actual processing times of permanent resident applications in New Delhi for the last 12 months, please click here. Applicants may also refer to our website, www.india.gc.ca, for more information about processing times.



As soon as any action is required on your part or a decision is made by our office, we will contact you using the contact information you have provided on your application.

We thank you for your patience and for keeping your correspondence to a minimum to help us serve you better.


Immigration Section / Section de l'immigration-3
High Commission of Canada
7/8 Shantipath, Chanakyapuri
New Delhi
India / Inde
Thanks for the information
 

dr.agri

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Category........
Visa Office......
CHC New Delhi
NOC Code......
4131
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
22-02-2010
Doc's Request.
15-04-2010
Nomination.....
No
AOR Received.
2nd AOR: 20-08-2010
IELTS Request
6.5 bands
File Transfer...
27-04-2010
Med's Request
08-11-2012
Med's Done....
16-11-2012
Interview........
Expecting waiver
Passport Req..
Yes, sent on 26-11-2012
VISA ISSUED...
Eagerly waiting
LANDED..........
By Baba Ji's grace very soon
Hello Globalsc,

I am in chart of double status......
my queries are?
1. Should i put email inquiry to CHC ND regarding double status?
2. My heart is sinking due to double status.............. Whether i should inquire via a written case inquiry? (as my previous email enquiry in July 2011 wasn't answered by CHC ND)
3. Should I go for CAIPS notes?

Please suggest







globalsc said:
Given below is the email send by CHC ND

From: re-delhi-im-enquiry @ international.gc.ca
Sent: 27 July 2012 16:22PM

Dear Sir/Madam,

This is in response to your recent enquiry to the Immigration Section of the Canadian High Commission in New Delhi.

Thank you for your e-mail informing us that your address has changed. Please be advised that we require the applicant's signature, or the signature of the applicant's authorized representative, in order to update the address on a file.

If you want to have your address changed in your visa/immigration application, please send a signed letter (you may scan the letter and attach it to an e-mail message if you wish). The following information must be included in your address change request:

- the full name of applicant and original signature,
- the applicant's date of birth,
- the file number [Letter followed by a nine-digit number],
- telephone number, including area code,
- the mailing address, and
- a return fax number and/or e-mail address (if available)

Kindly note that your current mailing address stands unchanged and your e-mail request has been deleted. The change will only be made after we receive a request signed by the applicant or the authorized representative. We will not confirm receipt of an address change request by mail/ e-mail received at this office but the file will be updated.

Please Note: If you have a case in process at a visa office outside of Canada – even if you are in Canada – DO NOT use the Citizenship & Immigration Canada Client Application Status system to change your address online. Any new address entered into this system will NOT be downloaded to your file in the visa office. Change of address notifications for applications at visa offices must always be submitted directly to the visa office processing the application. Also note that a change of address submitted to a visa office will NOT be reflected on the online Client Application Status system.

AND


No decision has been taken on your application.



We are aware of a system error that has resulted in E-Status/ E-CAS incorrectly showing that a decision has been made when no decision has been taken on the application. This system error appears to affect a significant number of applications and we are attempting to resolve the problem.



If you applied as a Federal Skilled Worker on or after 27 February 2008 and before 26 June 2010, processing of your application is likely to begin in 2012; however, finalization may not occur until after 2012.

Unfortunately, it will take longer to process federal skilled worker applications submitted under the first set of instructions (between 27 February 2008 and 25 June 2010) than originally projected. During this time, the department received applications for more than 425,000 people, and 144,000 of these have not yet received a decision. This number represents more than twice the number of projected admissions under the federal skilled worker program in 2011.

If you wish to withdraw your application, you may be eligible for a refund of your processing fees if processing of your application has not yet begun..

Applications in the Skilled Worker category are processed in order of receipt. Your application forms and fees guarantee your place in the processing queue. Your file is being processed in accordance with its place in the queue, based on the date on which the application and fee payment were received in our office. As we are not yet ready to review your file, you are not required send any documents in support of your application. When we are ready to review your file, we will send a document request letter to you using the contact information we have on your file. That letter will list all documents required to continue processing your application.

Until we contact you, the only information you are required to provide us in order to update your application is:

- Change of address or contact information, including email address

- Change in your family composition
- Request to withdraw your application and refund the application fees
- Submission of an Arranged Employment Opinion approved by Human Resources and Social Development Canada
- Change to your representation

If you wish to engage, change, or revoke a paid representative, the form IMM 5476 Use of a Representative, available at this link: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/representative.asp, must be completed and signed by you then sent to our office. In all correspondence with our office, remember to quote your file number, full name, and date of birth.

Processing times to finalization may vary depending on the number of new applications received and the individual complexity of each application. Applicants can check the status of their case on the CIC website by clicking on Client Application Status. For actual processing times of permanent resident applications in New Delhi for the last 12 months, please click here. Applicants may also refer to our website, www.india.gc.ca, for more information about processing times.



As soon as any action is required on your part or a decision is made by our office, we will contact you using the contact information you have provided on your application.

We thank you for your patience and for keeping your correspondence to a minimum to help us serve you better.


Immigration Section / Section de l'immigration-3
High Commission of Canada
7/8 Shantipath, Chanakyapuri
New Delhi
India / Inde
 

globalsc

Hero Member
Aug 18, 2010
514
4
121
india
Category........
Visa Office......
New Delhi
NOC Code......
0111
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
09-03-2010
Doc's Request.
07-05-2010 (Ist AOR)
Nomination.....
N.A.
AOR Received.
23-08-2010 (2nd AOR)
IELTS Request
14-08-2010
File Transfer...
11-05-2010 IP 23-02-2012
Med's Request
08-11-2012
Med's Done....
20-12-2012 DD En-Cashed 22-01-2013
Interview........
NOT CALLED
Passport Req..
8-11-2012 send > 27-12-2012
VISA ISSUED...
Decision Made 12-02-13 Passports Red. 15/02/13
LANDED..........
24th May 2013
dr.agri said:
Hello Globalsc,

I am in chart of double status......
my queries are?
1. Should i put email inquiry to CHC ND regarding double status?
2. My heart is sinking due to double status.............. Whether i should inquire via a written case inquiry? (as my previous email enquiry in July 2011 wasn't answered by CHC ND)
3. Should I go for CAIPS notes?

Please suggest


Need not to worry. Every thing is clear in the email reply from CHC ND. about double status
 

globalsc

Hero Member
Aug 18, 2010
514
4
121
india
Category........
Visa Office......
New Delhi
NOC Code......
0111
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
09-03-2010
Doc's Request.
07-05-2010 (Ist AOR)
Nomination.....
N.A.
AOR Received.
23-08-2010 (2nd AOR)
IELTS Request
14-08-2010
File Transfer...
11-05-2010 IP 23-02-2012
Med's Request
08-11-2012
Med's Done....
20-12-2012 DD En-Cashed 22-01-2013
Interview........
NOT CALLED
Passport Req..
8-11-2012 send > 27-12-2012
VISA ISSUED...
Decision Made 12-02-13 Passports Red. 15/02/13
LANDED..........
24th May 2013
Given below is the email send by CHC ND

From: re-delhi-im-enquiry @ international.gc.ca
Sent: 27 July 2012 16:22PM

Dear Sir/Madam,

This is in response to your recent enquiry to the Immigration Section of the Canadian High Commission in New Delhi.

Thank you for your e-mail informing us that your address has changed. Please be advised that we require the applicant's signature, or the signature of the applicant's authorized representative, in order to update the address on a file.

If you want to have your address changed in your visa/immigration application, please send a signed letter (you may scan the letter and attach it to an e-mail message if you wish). The following information must be included in your address change request:

- the full name of applicant and original signature,
- the applicant's date of birth,
- the file number [Letter followed by a nine-digit number],
- telephone number, including area code,
- the mailing address, and
- a return fax number and/or e-mail address (if available)

Kindly note that your current mailing address stands unchanged and your e-mail request has been deleted. The change will only be made after we receive a request signed by the applicant or the authorized representative. We will not confirm receipt of an address change request by mail/ e-mail received at this office but the file will be updated.

Please Note: If you have a case in process at a visa office outside of Canada – even if you are in Canada – DO NOT use the Citizenship & Immigration Canada Client Application Status system to change your address online. Any new address entered into this system will NOT be downloaded to your file in the visa office. Change of address notifications for applications at visa offices must always be submitted directly to the visa office processing the application. Also note that a change of address submitted to a visa office will NOT be reflected on the online Client Application Status system.

AND


No decision has been taken on your application.



We are aware of a system error that has resulted in E-Status/ E-CAS incorrectly showing that a decision has been made when no decision has been taken on the application. This system error appears to affect a significant number of applications and we are attempting to resolve the problem.



If you applied as a Federal Skilled Worker on or after 27 February 2008 and before 26 June 2010, processing of your application is likely to begin in 2012; however, finalization may not occur until after 2012.

Unfortunately, it will take longer to process federal skilled worker applications submitted under the first set of instructions (between 27 February 2008 and 25 June 2010) than originally projected. During this time, the department received applications for more than 425,000 people, and 144,000 of these have not yet received a decision. This number represents more than twice the number of projected admissions under the federal skilled worker program in 2011.

If you wish to withdraw your application, you may be eligible for a refund of your processing fees if processing of your application has not yet begun..

Applications in the Skilled Worker category are processed in order of receipt. Your application forms and fees guarantee your place in the processing queue. Your file is being processed in accordance with its place in the queue, based on the date on which the application and fee payment were received in our office. As we are not yet ready to review your file, you are not required send any documents in support of your application. When we are ready to review your file, we will send a document request letter to you using the contact information we have on your file. That letter will list all documents required to continue processing your application.

Until we contact you, the only information you are required to provide us in order to update your application is:

- Change of address or contact information, including email address

- Change in your family composition
- Request to withdraw your application and refund the application fees
- Submission of an Arranged Employment Opinion approved by Human Resources and Social Development Canada
- Change to your representation

If you wish to engage, change, or revoke a paid representative, the form IMM 5476 Use of a Representative, available at this link: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/representative.asp, must be completed and signed by you then sent to our office. In all correspondence with our office, remember to quote your file number, full name, and date of birth.

Processing times to finalization may vary depending on the number of new applications received and the individual complexity of each application. Applicants can check the status of their case on the CIC website by clicking on Client Application Status. For actual processing times of permanent resident applications in New Delhi for the last 12 months, please click here. Applicants may also refer to our website, www.india.gc.ca, for more information about processing times.



As soon as any action is required on your part or a decision is made by our office, we will contact you using the contact information you have provided on your application.

We thank you for your patience and for keeping your correspondence to a minimum to help us serve you better.


Immigration Section / Section de l'immigration-3
High Commission of Canada
7/8 Shantipath, Chanakyapuri
New Delhi
India / Inde

Please go through the lines in red

 

BNT

Full Member
May 22, 2011
32
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Hi Folks, I got my CAIPS/GCMS notes yesterday. And based on the information, I got 71 points but there are some codes that I am unable to decipher such as:

PSDEC 9 21-03-2012

PS DECISION 9 21-03-2012 SC

PAPER FILE SENT TO PA FILE BF'D TO RET ON: 23-03-2014 MICROLOCATOR



Can anyone help me to understand these codes and its meaning?



- BNT
 

NavneetK

Hero Member
Apr 14, 2012
288
16
Category........
Visa Office......
New Delhi
NOC Code......
0111 and 1111
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
VISA ISSUED...
5TH JUNE,2013
LANDED..........
18TH JULY,2013
When you applied and which VISA OFFICE?
BNT said:
Hi Folks, I got my CAIPS/GCMS notes yesterday. And based on the information, I got 71 points but there are some codes that I am unable to decipher such as:

PSDEC 9 21-03-2012

PS DECISION 9 21-03-2012 SC

PAPER FILE SENT TO PA FILE BF'D TO RET ON: 23-03-2014 MICROLOCATOR



Can anyone help me to understand these codes and its meaning?



- BNT
 

NavneetK

Hero Member
Apr 14, 2012
288
16
Category........
Visa Office......
New Delhi
NOC Code......
0111 and 1111
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
VISA ISSUED...
5TH JUNE,2013
LANDED..........
18TH JULY,2013
dear please send Pm to cockndbull he can help you with IT.
AS YOUR 9 CODE before PSDEC is confusing me also.as it is either 1,2,3 or 4.i have never read 9 there.
secondly i am unable to get why you have been alloted bfd of 2014 when minister has said to clear backlog in next 6 months.


BNT said:
I applied on the 11-02-2010 at the POS VO in Trinidad.

- BNT
 

NavneetK

Hero Member
Apr 14, 2012
288
16
Category........
Visa Office......
New Delhi
NOC Code......
0111 and 1111
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
VISA ISSUED...
5TH JUNE,2013
LANDED..........
18TH JULY,2013
BNT said:
I applied on the 11-02-2010 at the POS VO in Trinidad.

- BNT
i have posted your notes to cockndbull on another thread now wait for reply.
below is that thread.
http://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/latest-caips-gcms-notes-forms-and-how-to-order-t99210.330.html
 

globalsc

Hero Member
Aug 18, 2010
514
4
121
india
Category........
Visa Office......
New Delhi
NOC Code......
0111
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
09-03-2010
Doc's Request.
07-05-2010 (Ist AOR)
Nomination.....
N.A.
AOR Received.
23-08-2010 (2nd AOR)
IELTS Request
14-08-2010
File Transfer...
11-05-2010 IP 23-02-2012
Med's Request
08-11-2012
Med's Done....
20-12-2012 DD En-Cashed 22-01-2013
Interview........
NOT CALLED
Passport Req..
8-11-2012 send > 27-12-2012
VISA ISSUED...
Decision Made 12-02-13 Passports Red. 15/02/13
LANDED..........
24th May 2013
BNT said:
Thanks, Sister Navneet Kaur for posting my concern.

- BNT
Dear Navneet ji
Have you applied your capis notes so far?
 

NavneetK

Hero Member
Apr 14, 2012
288
16
Category........
Visa Office......
New Delhi
NOC Code......
0111 and 1111
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
VISA ISSUED...
5TH JUNE,2013
LANDED..........
18TH JULY,2013
globalsc said:
Dear Navneet ji
Have you applied your capis notes so far?
i did and received them on 27th july-2012.
psdec and sedec pass but crim is pending
ecd requested to issue medicals,rprf,ppt,updated pcc.but when they will request that has not been mentioned there.no next bfd my last bfd was 22.06.12.nothing after that.
 

globalsc

Hero Member
Aug 18, 2010
514
4
121
india
Category........
Visa Office......
New Delhi
NOC Code......
0111
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
09-03-2010
Doc's Request.
07-05-2010 (Ist AOR)
Nomination.....
N.A.
AOR Received.
23-08-2010 (2nd AOR)
IELTS Request
14-08-2010
File Transfer...
11-05-2010 IP 23-02-2012
Med's Request
08-11-2012
Med's Done....
20-12-2012 DD En-Cashed 22-01-2013
Interview........
NOT CALLED
Passport Req..
8-11-2012 send > 27-12-2012
VISA ISSUED...
Decision Made 12-02-13 Passports Red. 15/02/13
LANDED..........
24th May 2013
Sister Navneet Kaur said:
i did and received them on 27th july-2012.
psdec and sedec pass but crim is pending
ecd requested to issue medicals,rprf,ppt,updated pcc.but when they will request that has not been mentioned there.no next bfd my last bfd was 22.06.12.nothing after that.
Any idea about, what bfd date CHC ND giving after initial 120 days period