Congratulations dear.... Good luck for rest of the processfallcolors2014 said:Folks!!! We finally got our MR mail, hope to expect the RPRF and PCC requests soon....
Our Status is as follows:
7th May applicant,
PER on 11th August,
ECAS: 2 line updated on 24th September
MR Mail - Oct 2nd.
RPRF & PCC .... to follow
All the very best to each one of you... ! Cheers!!
I think you shall be fine, the guide says that the certified copy can be done by judge, magistrate , notary public, etc.. As you have done notary , it should work. Regarding an affidavit from the translator, i agree that it is mention as a requirement in the guide but i feel only for this reason they might not reject the application. The good think you did is you attached the copy of original, some cases are reported when the applications were returned due to non attachment of original copy of the translated document. Good luck buddy.VR8 said:Hello All,
I have already submitted my application, but while going through the information in forum, I found few posts regarding translation of documents which referred to "guide IMM 7000" , which is CIC guide for FSW 2014 applicants.
It says for all documents which are to be translated in English / French, a notarized translation is required, along with an affidavit by the translator and also a "certified" copy of original.
However, in the document check-list, regarding translation it is mentioned:
"If your documents are not in English or French, send a notarized (certified) translation with a copy of the original version."
Nowhere it says that any affidavit or "certified" copy is required.
For my Birth certificate which is not in English, and believing the check-list to be true, I sent only notarized translation and a copy of original . I did not send any affidavit from translator.
I hope this should not be a point of concern in future, when my application is assessed.
Request guidance from members.
maym99 said:teja bro,
firstly don't mind but their is nothing like business visa on which visa you travelled? B1/B2 or L1/L2 or the h category, anyhow you will have to mention all add an annexure attachment when you print them. good luck ;D ;D
write school name and "U.of.Cambdridge" you can add with a comma...all the best!Bilal Bashir said:In Background declaration form( Schedule A) question # 7
what are number of years for elementary/primary school:
5 and 7 totalling 12 is what most cases are..including cambridge.
what should we write in name of institution for people who have done O/A levels
school names or university of cambridge
Thanks for understandingWaheguru said:Sorry grooby and Saru, if u think religious words should not be used, i will avoid using it.. It was just my way of dedicating my success to god.. Nothing personal brothers ..
Yeah thank you. lets hope for the best....rb107f said:Stay positive, each application is unique and processing times varies from each applican and it depends on the case officer handling your application. It is very rare for a CC already charged to be rejected.
SonOfOdin said:Hi Everyone,
Can anyone share the email id for NDVO for correspondence?
From which mail id should we expect to receive MR request etc from NDVO? Want to make sure that its in my email contacts so that it does not end up in spam.
Can anyone share their MR request mail from NDVO i.e omitting the personal details?
RiyadChowdhury said:Surely possible. just make sure that your current equity (not invested value) is well over the required amount to be shown.
In my case, to be on the safe side, as a single applicant , I have shown more than double of the required amount.
Stock market is a volatile place for investment, so its safer to show extra amount.