When you select 'no', the date field should be grayed out. If not, leave it blank.lopaka said:Hi seniors,
I am filling the form and hope to sent it out this month.
However, I have a question regarding the form IMM0008_Generic Form. In question 7: "Have you received your CSQ?" I do not apply for CSQ, so I should choose "No" However, If I choose NO, I should fill in the blank at "when did you apply for CSQ?". Can I leave if blank or "N/A"?
This might be an issue, the date on the employment letter is critical which need to be AFTER you gained one year full time experience. However, you applied after Nov 9 When the rules kicked in, you should be given a chance to provide an updated letter according to fairness procedures. So prepare to request an updated letter from your employer, be sure nothing is changed from your original letter but with updated date only. Pay slips are supplementary documents to the letter only, the letter is fundamental and key document.Le said:I sent out Jan 6th Pray everything goes smoothly.
However, I got my employment letter on Nov 25 2013, and my one year experience should complete after Dec 17th 2013. I included my last paycheque showing my pay period until 31 Dec 2013.
Do you think the date of my employment letter may raise concern?