Hi, How did your interview go? and what did they ask you there? I got an interview request today.
That's a quick process. Congrats!
It's been like less than a month since you submitted and you have an interview already? I wish...
Hi , what was the questions on the interview ?Hello,
I received an email from IRCC stating that in order to continue processing my application, I am required to attend an interview at a particular date and time.
Current Stage: I have received an ITA and the submitted all the required documents for my PR application. Next thing IRCC asked for an RCMP criminal record check. Submitted that as well.
I am currently working in Canda and have also completed my masters here.
Now, I have been asked for an interview and all the originals have been requested. When I asked around, my friends told me that generally there is a passport request, they are not sure what the interview is all about.
Can anyone guide me with what the objective of the interview is and what kind of questions to expect?
they will issue ur pr in same day and u will get ur pr card after 2 months .there's few normal questions like are married ,company name bla bla bla .that's allHello,
I have received an email for PR landing interview before passport request.
They asked me to get my passport, 2 photographs and current sin number along with me for the interview.
What will be the reason for an interview before passport request?
Any leads would be helpful.
Do they keep these documents with them? At the time of landing interview?Not really. The only reason I can think of is that I have a full time but not a permanent job in Canada. I have a 3 year contract. As soon as I completed 1 year I applied under the Canadian experience class and met the basic requirements.
The Letter says:
In order to continue processing your immigration application, you are required to attend an interview at the date, time and location indicated below:
Interview Vancouver Immigration XXXXX 10:00:00 YYYY XXXX XXXXXX
Address of interview: IRCC Vancouver 1148 Hornby Street, 1st Floor Vancouver, BC V6Z 2C3,
Note: If you are unable to keep the above appointment, you must inform us immediately. Interviews will not be postponed except under extenuating circumstances supported by objective and credible evidence. If you do not attend your interview and if we do not hear from you, your application will be evaluated based on documentation on file, which would likely result in a refusal.
Documents required for interview:
Ø Original Passport/travel document and Identity Card;
Ø Immigration documents showing your status in Canada;
Ø Original Letter of offer/employment contract showing your employment in Canada;
Ø Original employment reference letter from Canadian employer listing details of main duties;
Ø Original pay records issued by your Canadian employer;
Ø Original English Language Test result for you;
Ø 2015/2016 tax return/notice of assessment/T4 statement for you;
Ø Proof of education (diploma/transcripts);
Ø Original police certificate for any country you have resided for at least six months;
Ø Any other information and documentation you wish to be considered
NOTE: All documents must be in either English or French. Any documents not in English or French must be accompanied by a certified translation.
If you are unable to speak English or French well enough to complete the interview unassisted, you must bring an interpreter, at your own expense. The interpreter will be required to provide evidence of appropriate certification or accreditation. The interpreter cannot be a relative of the applicant, or an employee of the applicant or their immigration representative.
Please keep this office informed of any change of mailing address, telephone number or email address by submitting an updated IMM008 Generic application form accompanied by an updated IMM5476 Use of Representative form if you have a representative via the IRCC Web Form: https://secure.cic.gc.ca/enquiries-renseignements/canada-case-cas-eng.aspx
IRCC Vancouver 1148 Hornby Street
Vancouver, BC V6Z 2C3 www.cic.gc.ca
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