The ICAS website says that it will take about 25 weeks from when the application is received. So you should receive your results around September.missiq said:hi all..
I have done my MBA and sent my docs for assessment in March to ICAS. can any one tell me when should i expect the results.
will be highly obliged!!
Thanks for the clarification.rajkamalmohanram said:No. You will NOT be able to submit your application without your PCC and medicals. You MUST submit PCC(s) and your medical results along with the application.
There are exceptions but they are not applicable to your situation.
I am not a permanent resident yet. This is an old timeline that i used for my study visa process at that time i did not know its particularly for PR process.DEEPCUR said:Just curious.. your profile says you finished your landing. But you still seem to be looking for ita. Did you let your old pr expire?
It's okay to switch employer as long as there is no gap in your employment (so for example, you finish the old job, and start the new job the very next week). But IMO, it's better to stay with the same employer for a few more months.navi9 said:hi i have been working in xxx company from last november now i got offer from other company same noc if i change my employer does it effect chances of getting points for 1 year experience as if now i have 8 months of experience. or is it better to continue with same employer few more months and complete 1 year and then switch employer.
No. At this stage, you only need to provide the reference numbers for your IELTS results, and your ECA results.vaibhav007us said:Hi, do we need to submit any documentation while creating the EE profile with the CIC?
Replied on the other thread.canadafsw2015 said:Posting this on a friend's behalf -
He is planning to apply for EE. He is the principal applicant. Does he also need to get his wife's Educational Credential Assessment (WES) done? Is it mandatory?
If not mandatory, would doing that, add points for him?