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Arrima Applications - Invited in 2019 by MIDI

Kostas

Star Member
Jan 22, 2020
75
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Category........
QSW
Could you please tell me your NOC number?
I m trying to find out why mine is so delayed...
 

Lazymon82

Star Member
Jan 9, 2020
61
21
Montreal
Category........
QSW
Noc 1123

I believe processing time also depends on how complicated applications are may be?

If the applicant is single with very few documents to verify? If the married applicants have single graduate degrees? If they have no travel history except 1 trip to Canada? etc and so forth which ever makes an application simple to process with very less effort from the officer?

I know i can speculate now as mine is already approved but only doing so to ease your minds during the frustrating period of waiting as i passed it already...

Good luck!
 

Jo123456

Star Member
May 13, 2020
82
23
Since...
"Arrima application" it took "1 year 1 month"
"Arrima invitation" it took "10 months"
"mon du proj" submission it took "9 months"
"Doc req" it took "4 months"
"Doc submission" it took "3 months"
...to process my CSQ

Just presenting my signature in words...
I believe your timeline is promising and all should be okay with that , according to below latest publications ( 6 months working days or 8.4 months without working days) since you pay fees excluding document acknolwedge

You have 8 months in total < less than announced timeline 8.4 months

- 5 months waiting documents request ( from 28-08-2019 to 31-01-2020 )
- 3 months after AOR ( from 24-02-2020 to 22-05-2022)

Hence i believe we are good with that , process is the same for all Bill 9 & Non bill 9 victims .


http://www.mifi.gouv.qc.ca/publications/fr/ministere/acces-information/18749.pdf
 

Nikos1978

Star Member
Jan 8, 2020
199
75
Quebec - Quebec City
I believe your timeline is promising and all should be okay with that , according to below latest publications ( 6 months working days or 8.4 months without working days) since you pay fees excluding document acknolwedge

You have 8 months in total < less than announced timeline 8.4 months

- 5 months waiting documents request ( from 28-08-2019 to 31-01-2020 )
- 3 months after AOR ( from 24-02-2020 to 22-05-2022)

Hence i believe we are good with that , process is the same for all Bill 9 & Non bill 9 victims .


http://www.mifi.gouv.qc.ca/publications/fr/ministere/acces-information/18749.pdf
I'm not ok with that, they talk about 6 months (without any working day story) since the beginning.
They continue to bullshit us since 2016... :mad:
 
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Lazymon82

Star Member
Jan 9, 2020
61
21
Montreal
Category........
QSW
Noc 1123

I believe processing time also depends on how complicated applications are may be?

If the applicant is single with very few documents to verify? If the married applicants have single graduate degrees? If they have no travel history except 1 trip to Canada? etc and so forth which ever makes an application simple to process with very less effort from the officer?

I know i can speculate now as mine is already approved but only doing so to ease your minds during the frustrating period of waiting as i passed it already...

Good luck!

Any thoughts on the above theory??
 

memdan

Star Member
Feb 5, 2013
75
34
Guys, i recieved my CSQ under NOC 9612, and i already applied for federal, if i quit my current job and start working for other job with different NOC, will it impact my federal PR application? I have open work prmite.
Congratulations for csq. Plz mention yourtimelines with file number.
I dont think so job change wil impact on your application. Because u alreay applied for federal. At the time of application/invitation, points are calculated.
 
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memdan

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Feb 5, 2013
75
34
Congratulations for csq. Plz mention yourtimelines with file number.
I dont think so job change wil impact on your application. Because u alreay applied for federal. At the time of application/invitation, points are calculated.
One more thing. Keep in mind, you have to leave quebec at one point of your federal immigration process to prove them now you dont have any contacts (job, driving licence, medical, residence etc ) in Quebec.
 
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hjf123

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Feb 2, 2018
118
17
One more thing. Keep in mind, you have to leave quebec at one point of your federal immigration process to prove them now you dont have any contacts (job, driving licence, medical, residence etc ) in Quebec.
why?... he got CSQ and should be living and working in Quebec, no?
 
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techflyer

Star Member
Jul 7, 2019
82
16
Hey, thanks budyy,

Sorry, i meant i already applied for federal stage under QSWP with my CSQ.
I am concerned because, my CSQ has a NOC code mentioned from my current job.

And, I am getting different job with good work conditions and pay in quebec but NOC will be changed. I am confused that if I change my job than my CSQ becomes invalid.

Anyone know more about how this work?
I am not sure if NOC has to do anything with Federal application. I also did not read any condition that says you can not change employer after receiving CSQ