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Meeting MEC at e-APR instead of ITA

Discussion in 'Canadian Experience Class' started by Chichu456, Nov 29, 2019.

    • If the applicant’s CRS score at the time of the e-APR is equal to or higher than the lowest-ranked score in the round of invitations, the application will not be refused under section A11.2, as long as the applicant’s supporting documentation corroborates their claims and they continue to meet the MEC for Express Entry, including the requirements of the program to which they were invited to apply.
    • If the applicant’s CRS score at the time of the e-APR is lower than the lowest-ranked score in the round of invitations, the application should be refused under section A11.2 for not having maintained the qualifications that would justify the ITA.
    As per this rules i am filling my e- APR this week. I have completed 52 weeks in B - NOC job in Canada and have got the ITA on 13, Nov 2019 under CEC. While i received my ITA i have completed only 50 weeks of Canadian experience. Still i am hopeful to file the e-APR this time since i have completed 52 weeks as of now.

    After all the suggestions and critics i am planning to submit the e-APR supporting the following statements.

    "If the applicant’s CRS score at the time of the e-APR is equal to or higher than the lowest-ranked score in the round of invitations, the application will not be refused under section A11.2, as long as the applicant’s supporting documentation corroborates their claims and they continue to meet the MEC for Express Entry, including the requirements of the program to which they were invited to apply."

    "
    Under section A11.2, an officer may not issue a visa to an applicant who did not or does not meet the Express Entry minimum entry criteria (MEC) or did not or does not possess the qualifications for which they received their CRS score at the time when

    • the invitation to apply (ITA) was issued; or
    • the e-APR was received by IRCC."
    Hoping anyone who had been in this similar situation would comment.

    Thanks Harry
     


  1. anyone have any suggestions??
     

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