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NEW DELHI (NDVO) - 2016 SPOUSAL SPONSORSHIP OUTSIDE CANADA

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WELCOME TO NEW DELHI VISA OFFICE 2015 SPOUSAL APPLICANTS FORUM:

All the applicants and sponsors can start this forum with understanding of outland spousal process;

1. CIC Processing Time:


http://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/cic-processing-time-changed-t346380.0.html

2. SPONSOR expectation during the first step:

a. AOR1 or Application package will send back for lack of important document
b. CIC-M might request for missing documents or updated documents - based on your spousal application package was sent
c. Medical, CIC payment, required application forms and Police report check
d. SA = Sponsor Approval email or letter

3. SPONSORED APPLICANT expectation during the second step:

e. AOR2 - from Visa Office
f. missing or updated document request - based on case to case
g. eligibility and criminality check
h. Interview if eligibility is in doubt - based on case to case
i. passport request for visa

HAPPY NEW YEAR & MERRY CHRISTMAS!
 
 

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Dear 2016 Spousal Applicants,

I am reposting the following method of Champion user named pelipeli (How to prepare your spousal application)


First, the application package ready for mailing. I put everything in a long expanding envelope which will be put in a box at the courier's (from what I have read). I guess I'll know after I have mailed this baby =)

Inside the expanding envelope are:
a. The document checklist
b. Cover sheet – which just basically says:
APPLICATION FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCE
FAMILY CLASS – SPOUSAL SPONSORSHIP
Sponsor:
ABCDEF GHIJK – client ID XXXX-XXXX
Sponsored Spouse:
LMNOP QRSTUV
Please find herewith the following application forms and documents organized as follows:
Envelope 1- Sponsor forms and supporting documents
Envelope 2- Sponsored person's forms and supporting documents
Envelope 3- Proof of genuine relationship

c. The 3 envelopes stated above

Here is how the three envelopes were labeled:

Inside the envelopes:
ENVELOPE 1: Sponsor forms and supporting documents (33 pages)

Contains:
1. A table of contents enumerating all the forms and documents included with number of pages
2. All the required sponsor forms and documents (plus additional sheets for more relationship details)
What I did:
a. Each form with more than 1 page is paperclipped.
b. I used those red post-it tabs at the side (which do not leave a mark when removed) to label each form and document


ENVELOPE 2: Sponsored spouse form and supporting documents (97 pages*)

Contains:
1. A table of contents enumerating all the forms and documents included with number of pages
2. All the required sponsored spouse forms and documents (plus additional sheets for more relationship details)
3. *This set reached 96 pages because of the additional pages on the sponsored persons questionnaire where we included documentary evidences for :
a. Q#9 – Developemt of relationship (trips, dates, etc)
b. Q#15 – Wedding ceremony (photos)
c. Q#18 – Wedding reception (photos)
-could have been more if only we had a honeymoon =(
What I did:
a. Each form with more than 1 page is paperclipped or binder clipped depending on thickness
b. I used those red post-it tabs at the side (which do not leave a mark when removed) to label each form and document
c. As you can see, I put the pages with barcodes at the top of the set (as instructed in the guide).
d. I also included here Appendix A-Checklist specific for Philippines. This should have been on top but since there is an instruction to put the barcodes on top, I put the checklist after all the forms instead (before the supporting documents)
e. Any additonal sheet we attached, we put the name of sponsored person, date of birth, name of form, question number and the question being answered
f. I don't know if it is required but any additional sheets we attached, we signed (per set, not per page)


ENVELOPE 3: Proof of relationship (313 pages)



Contains:
1. A main table of contents summarizing how i divided the documents and number of pages
2. 3 main sections:
a. Photos
b. Communication
c. Other Documents

What I did:
a. For each of the three sections, a cover sheet is provided summarizing the contents. See below for more details
b. All documents were scanned. (except for the actual wedding invite we provided) I used Microsoft Publisher to layout all the photos, letters, cards, etc.
c. I used those red post-it tabs at the side (which do not leave a mark when removed) to label each main section and sub sections as indicated on the cover sheets
d. Binder clips were used to divide the three main sections

What is included:
a. Photos :
This is what is stated on the cover sheet:

The following photos show our relationship through the years from the year that we met in 2006 until our latest photos in 2012. The photos are arranged in chronological order, and captioned accordingly for the people in the photo, event or ocassion, date and place taken, and person/s who took the photo. To give a bird's eyeview of the entire photo set, here is our relationship timeline as depicted in the photos:

2006- xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
2007-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
2008-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
2009-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
2010-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
2011-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
2012-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

I also explained that:
• I used Microsoft Publisher to lay out several photos on one sheet instead of printing on photo paper, that this is more economical and organized.
• that captions and narrations are done in third person point of view since it gets rather confusing when using first person pronouns since my husband and I both did the captions.

Tip: We included photos that really depicted the development of our relationship. We included photos of not just us, but us with family member s and friends, highlghting special ocassions, showing activities we enjoy doing. We also made it a point to show “passage of time”. Like changes in weight, hairstyle, and also photos of us with nephews and our dog from the time they are little up to present, and we included a note at the earliest photo with them, indicating or referenicing that earliest photo to the page numbers where we have photos with them as they grow older.
Total photos included: (i will still be counting -lol Grin ) Total pages: 77 pages

b. Communication
In the coversheet, I explained the following:
• normal forms of communications we have
• the lack of various evidences (like chat logs, phone bills)
• That scanned copies were sent and not originals, for sentimental value. But if they deem it necessary to still see originals then we will provide them at a later date upon request
• That envelpes are not postmarked since all were hand delivered
• That we often converse in our native language and thus some are not in English. However, we have provided English translations which were done by us to the best of our abilities (since these are non-official forms and documents). However, should they require official or certified translations , we will provide them at a later date upon request
• That we sometimes use pet names or nicknames in the letters and gave examples and meanings of these pet names (the VO may get confused as to whom the addressees on the letters are)

Tips: Whenever there are sentences not in English, we highlighted them and provided an English translation below the scanned letter or card, and indicated “translated by: xxxxxx”

For emails, what we did is print all emails as they are , with the conversations highlighted in color, then copy pasted the entire thing on Word, then replaced the highlighted conversations with English translations if necessary. If already in English, we just left it as is, then priinted this as well. So now we have two sets of emails, one is as is, one is with translations. And if you compare the pages of the two sets side by side , they correspond as to the formatting, spacing, and paging so that the VO will be able to compare the untraslated stuff vs the translated stuff better.

Total pages: 108 pages

c. Others Documents:
Under this, we included evrything else we can think of:
Movie Tickets- Shows almost all of our cinema tickets for the movies we saw together since 2007 up to 2011

Trips - Shows plane tickets, boarding passes, and various receipts for two major trips we took

Joint bank accounts - Shows scanned copies of bank certificates, passbook and ATM cards of our joint accounts

Wedding contracts and receipts - Shows copies of contracts and receipts from suppliers for our wedding such as videographers, reception hall, wedding coordinator, and others

Pre-marriage requirements- Shows copies of documents that we obtained as pre-marriage requirements such as municipal seminars and license, proof of marriage eligibility from our Church, and others

Wedding greetings-Shows scanned copies of wedding greetings from guests and relatives which were written on gift cards

Wedding guestbook and signature frame-Contains scanned pages of our wedding guestbook showing signatures of our wedding guests, and a photo of our signature frame, which is a framed photo/portrait on which guests wrote down their greetings.

Invitations to family occasions-Shows some of our saved copies of invitations (printed or posted in Facebook) for occasions such as birthdays, christening or weddings in which we were invited.

Relationship Keepsakes- Shows some of our treasured keepsakes to remember our journey together like gifts / flowers given, dinner date mementos, and others

Facebook Printouts - Shows our interactions on FB, where it can be seen that our relationship is known to the world, especially to our friends and families who also interact with us on posts, photos and statuses. It shows our interactions since 2009 when we started using Facebook. (we used the “show relationship” tool in FB for this) Also included here are screen prints showing that my hubby is a “group member” of my clan groups. Also included are screen prints of wedding greetings from our FB friends. (Sadly, before 2009, we used friendster and we haven't been able to retrieve our data from there before it shut down. We explained this fact)

Wedding Invitation - Actual copy of our wedding invitation

Total pages: 127 pages



Whew, sounds like a lot of work right? But however stressful it was, we had fun doing it, it was sort of making a scrapbook of all our relationship stuff. So here is the application in all:

Total pages: 446
Thickness: 3-4 inches
Weight: estimated at 3 kgs. (Exact weight to be determined upon mailing)




 
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THE FOLLOWING HAS BEEN POSTED BY Eagle333. THE REASON OF THIS POST IS TO SPREAD HIS FINDING AND HELPING 2016 SPOUSAL APPLICANTS...

THIS THREAD IS BASED ON DIFFERENT GCMS RECOLLECTIONS, DIFFERENT APPLICANTIONS REPORTS AND CIC HANDOUTS.



The only way you will find this post interesting is going back to your GCMS notes and study every little detail which appear in there.
I will try to explain eligibility in a different way and I trust it will help the needy. I spent 4 months searching how eminent members as well as VIPs on this forum did tackle eligibility, however no one has never crossed this line you are about to read. I searched in the SKILLED WORKERS forum and other few more but I was not satisfied until I decided to print off and study all my 5 CAIPS notes, my wife 7 GCMS notes and few more for other people and I came up with a different understanding.

Now let's talk a little bit more how Eligibility works. For those who didn't know the Immigration Officer who completed sponsor's eligibility
at CPC-MISSISSAUGA will also review the sponsored person's Eligibility too only after your visa officer has finished reviewing PA'S eligibility on his side. If you need proof of this go back to the oldest notes of your GCMS notes and check the code name of that officer from Mississauga and compare it with Eligibility Assessment on PA's side. Let me dig a little bit more. Two principle officers will be assigned to work your file from start to the end. One in Canada and the other one at the Canadian Mission (Visa Office) See below:


THIS NOTE ABOUT SPONSOR'S ELIGIBILITY WAS CREATED AND FINALISED AT CPC-MISSISSAUGA BY OFFICER MC12310.

NOTES:10 or (any other number you will find. This should be the greatest number of all your notes or maybe second greatest)
Created Date: 2015/02/17
Created By: MC12310 (This is the lead officer CPC-M and he/she will work in partnership with another lead officer at a VO
Updated Date:2015/02/17
Updated By: MC12310
Restricted: No
Label: General
Office: CPC MISSISSAUGA ( You will see other placeS they will just put RC-9570 which is the code name for CPC-MISSISSAUGA)
Text: Sponsor Eligibility Decision: Passed, case forward to visa office for processing.( or she/he can write like this)
Sponsor Eligibility Decision: Passed, this is the second marriage for both PA & SPR and PA appeared to overstayed his/her visa in Canada in 1999. (This officer in Mississauga is trying to warn the lead officer at the embassy to follow proper procedure for someone like this)

If I say lead officer at the visa office, it will be any officer who will pick up your file as it was in the queue for initial review or first review. These 2 officers code names will be omnipresent on most of the activities done on your file. You will see their code names on most
of your activities in your GCMS notes. What do I mean by activities? Eligibility, Criminality, Security and Medical. You can also see the codes of these 2 people if you look throughout your file. I did not say that you will only see the code names of these 2 lead officers, I have enough sense to know that other officers on both ends will have to touch your file at a certain point in the future for a specific job only them are qualify to do. However you will see a lot two officers working on your file.


THE SAME OFFICER IN MISSISSAUGA-CPC WHO DID SPONSOR ELIGIBILITY ASSESSMENT CRITERIA, WILL CREATE PA'S ELIGIBILITY ASSESSMENT CRITERIA BEFORE THE E-FILE IS SAVED IN THE CIC'S DATABASE SO THAT THE LEAD OFFICER AT THE EMBASSY CAN LOG INTO YOUR GCMS AND WORK ON IT. see below:


ELIGIBILITY

ELIGIBILITY ASSESSMENT

ELIGIBILITY ASSESSMENT: 1
Created Date: 2015/02/17
Created By: MC12310 (Lead officer at CPC-M, like I said this lead officer created PA's eligibility assessment criteria)
Update Date: 2015/04/15 ( These date will change when eligibility will pass in the future)
Update By: SM60544 ( Lead officer at the visa office, responsible for your file and will update the date above)
UCI: 88885555
Family Name: Nelson
Given name: Cool River
Type: Eligibility
Version: 2010-06
Conditional: ( There is no condition yet until Eligibility passes) If File is waiting for interview there should not be anything either
Status: NOT STARTED/ or REVIEW REQUIRED
Status Updated By: SM60544 (This officer will be in charge of your eligibility and the entire file as well)
Status Updated Date: 2015/04/15
Due Date: 2016/03/23 (This due date means nothing since they always adjust it)
Assigned To: RC-9570 ( Which is Mississauga CPC CIC Office)
Assigned By: MC12310 ( Same officer in MISSISSAUGA CPC)
Activity #: 2-7754PL1

This lead officer at CPC-M when he/she creates this eligibility criteria which is above, he/she will quickly review PA's eligibility against
your supporting documents, if he/she finds them good then will proceed marking your STATUS on PA's Eligibility which is above. Here is what I find out: when he/she marks NOT STARTED it means she/he did not finds anything alarming but the lead officer at the visa office needs to make sure that there is no concern. When the lead officer in Mississauga mark REVIEW REQUIRED or REVIEW NEEDED it is a code message to the lead officer at the visa office signifying to him/her that you really need to check this relationship carefully there are so many holes and might possibly lead to an interview in the future. Now I did not say every time you see REVIEW REQUIRED there will be an interview, the lead officer at the visa officer could even go far by requesting the original marriage certificate and other documents to make sure there is no suspicion anymore then mark RECOMMEND PASS. Now listen this: I used to think that when it says recommend pass the file was waiting for a higher officer at the visa office to review it but that was all wrong. Recommend Pass signifying that lead officer at the embassy is fully satisfied with the relationship then he/she assigns the file back to that first lead officer at CPC Mississauga to also review it for the last time before the status fully change from Recommend Pass to Passed. For some of the applicants will not be able to notice what I am explaining here, because they never requested their GCMS or when they request their GCMS the status could have changed to Pass. But those who are like me, request their GCMS every 2 months will happen to notice what I am talking about. When the lead officer at the embassy get word from his colleague in Mississauga with the go ahead pass, he/she then UPDATES the file from RECOMMEND PASS to PASS. Then your eligibility will look this way:

ELIGIBILITY

ELIGIBILITY ASSESSMENT

ELIGIBILITY ASSESSMENT: 1
Created Date: 2015/03/25
Created By: MC12310
Update Date: 2015/10/27 ( Remember I said this date will change, yes it changed the day eligibility passes which is on this date)
Update By: SM60544 ( Your lead officer at the visa office is the one who will update it)
UCI: 88885555
Family Name: Nelson
Given name: Cool River
Type: Eligibility
Version: 2010-06
Conditional: No/ Yes
Status: Passed
Status Updated By: SM60544
Status Updated Date: 2015/10/26
Due Date: 2016/03/23
Assigned To: RC-9570
Assigned By: MC12310
Activity #: 2-7754PL1
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/manuals/bulletins/2012/ob480.asp


Down below there is a of an applicant who is waiting for an interview at Singapore visa office. You will see even the office code number changes to a Canadian Mission, only when the applicant satisfies the officer who will conduct the interview (some else will conduct the interview) then the interview officer will update his findings in GCMS and report back to the lead officer at the Singapore visa office who will mark Recommend Pass then assigns eligibility back to RC-9570 for verification and final review. After the below scenario says pass it will look exactly like the scenario above.

ELIGIBILITY ASSESSMENT

ELIGIBILITY ASSESSMENT: 1
Created Date: 2015/03/25
Created By: MC12310
Update Date: 2015/06/19
Update By: SM60544
UCI: 88885555
Family Name: Nelson
Given name: Cool River
Type: Eligibility
Version: 2010-06
Conditional:
Status Recommend Interview
Status Updated By: SM60544
Status Updated Date: 2015/06/19
Due Date: 2016/03/23
Assigned To: RC-6057 ( See here, this means Singapore will conduct the interview)
Assigned By: SM60544
Activity #: 5-7004PX8


Only when eligibility says pass, then conditional status will either show Yes or No.

WHY YES ON CONDITIONAL STATUS?

Because CIC introduced a two-year period of conditional permanent residence for spouses and partners who are in a relationship for two years or less with their sponsor and have no children in common at the time of the sponsorship application.

CONDITION APPLIES

If the CIC officer approves the permanent residence application and the person has been the spouse, common-law or conjugal partner of the sponsor for two years or less and they do not have children in common at the time of the sponsorship application, the permanent resident is subject to the condition after the day on which they became a permanent resident.

The CIC officer will:

•issues the COPR with a condition. The officer must select “Yes” on the Conditional field of the principal applicant’s eligibility assessment record.

•issues a letter to notify applicant of the condition. Officers must print the letter for each person subject to the condition.

In order to determine if the condition applies, officers must assess the length of the relationship under which the applicant is applying for permanent residence

WHY NO ON CONDITIONAL STATUS?

CONDITION WILL NOT APPLY

If the CIC officer approves the permanent resident application and the person has been the spouse, common-law or conjugal partner of the sponsor for more than two years or they have children in common at the time of the sponsorship application,the permanent resident is not subject to the condition.

Now if you go back in your GCMS notes, search for a note similar to one or could be anything compare to the one beneath:

NOTES:7 (or any # you can find) S.15(1) showing security is done
Created Date: 2015/10/27
Created By: SM60544 (Lead officer at the embassy the day him/her and his colleague at RC-9570 have said the same thing on your file)
Updated Date: 2015/11/10
Updated By: LM00555
Restricted: No
Label: Eligibility
Office: Manila, London, Pretoria or LA, just pick one office there or you can add your own office if you want.
Text:
PA 30 YEARS OLD, AMERICAN CITISEN SPOSNOR,32 YEARS OLD, CDN CITIZEN DOCUMENTS ON FILE:COPY OF M/CERT NUMEROUS PHOTOS DEPICTING CIVIL WEDDING,RELIGIOUS CEREMONY, RECEPTION, HONEYMOON & OTHERS OF PA & SPR TOGETHER & WITH FRIENDS TESTIMONIALS OF PA & SPR'S RSHIP FROM PA'S FRIENDS & SIBLINGS ADMISSIBILITY/ /CRIMINALITY/MEDICALS-NO CONCERN. COUPLE IS IN GOOD FAITH AND LEGAL RSHIP SINCE 01 JANUARY 2013 AND A CHILD WAS BORN OUT OF THIS WEDLOCK. AT THE LIGHT OF THESE DOCUMENTS SUBMITED AND ANALUSIS OF THE FILE I AM COMPLETELY SATISFIED OF THE GOOD FAITH OF THE RSHIP OF THIS COUPLE.


The note above is the backbone of the entire file, to me this looks very awesome. Because CIC accepts your Relationship to be genuine and criminality as well as medical. You don't need to worry about security because it will never show pass. Even if you got your PR, security will always be blank.

Your GCMS note should have this type of powerful note. If you look very carefully you will notice that all 4 Assessments criteria are completely done then Passport request is the next step. After everything ( which means the 4 assessments) is said and done one of the officers at the visa office will send an email or a letter to you tell you that your file has reached the final stage you need to send your passport.

Now let's talk a little bit more about SECURITY very briefly. When you see security status saying NOT STARTED what does it mean? I usually thought what other seniors used to say but I found it was wrong. Remember GCMS notes contain so many hidden voices and actions for these Immigration agents but we seem not to have ears and eyes to see the real thing in our GCMS notes. See below:
...
ADMISSIBILITIES

SECURITY There is nothing in the corner

SECURITY:1
Created Date: 2015/03/01
Created By: SADMIN
Update Date: 2015/03/01
Update By: SADMIN
UCI: 88885555
Family Name: Nelson
Given name: Cool River
Type: SECURITY
Status NOT STARTED means that security is underway and there is no sign of S.15(1) in the right hand corner
Status Updated By: SM60544
Status Updated Date: 2015/03/01
Due Date: 2016/03/23
Assigned To:
Assigned By: SADMIN
Activity #: 2-7754PL1

Also the new GCMS notes do not show security blank as it used to be in the past now what they do, please see below and check your notes.



ADMISSIBILITIES

SECURITY S.15(1) is right in the corner

SECURITY:1




UCI: 88885555
Family Name: Nelson
Given name: Cool River
Type: SECURITY





If you see this in your GCMS notes rest assured that your security is completely done and protected. Someone will ask me in the future that Eagle here is my timeline do you think that my security is done? If you have your GCMS notes I will just tell you to come back to this page.
...

Now let's talk about Criminality for a little bit too.



CRIMINALITY You'll never see anything in the corner

CRIMINALITY:1
Created Date: 2015/03/01
Created By: SADMIN
Update Date: 2015/03/01
Update By: SM60544
UCI: 88885555
Family Name: Nelson
Given name: Cool River
Type: CRIMINALITY
Status: NOT STARTED Sometime they have already verified your PCC and only waiting Eligibility to mark the same date
Status Updated By: SM60544
Status Updated Date: 2015/03/01
Due Date: 2016/03/23
Assigned To:
Assigned By: SADMIN
Activity #: 8-7754VS9

When Criminality and eligibility say pass check the UPDATE DATE on both you will see the same date and the code name of your lead officer officers at the visa office. As you know it by now, this code: RC-9570 will be found on medical and Eligibility assessments criteria.



CRIMINALITY You'll never see anything in the corner

CRIMINALITY:1
Created Date: 2015/03/01
Created By: SADMIN
Update Date: 2015/10/26 (Will have the same date as eligibility passes. Eligibility is the foundation of everything)
Update By: SM60544
UCI: 88885555
Family Name: Nelson
Given name: Cool River
Type: CRIMINALITY
Status:passed (Means your PCC was analysed, verified with the issuer and everything was good)
Status Updated By: SM60544
Status Updated Date: 2015/10/26
Due Date: 2016/03/23
Assigned To:
Assigned By: SADMIN
Activity #: 8-7754VS9
...


MEDICAL

MEDICAL:1
Created Date: 2015/03/11
Created By: AB01010
Updated Date: 2015/03/25 This date is likely to change in case they request to redo your medical.
Updated By: MC12310 ( Same officer in Mississauga-CPC if it was upfront medical)
UCI:88885555
Family Name: Nelson
Given name: Cool River
Type: Medical
Status: Passed (When status says IN PROGRESS it means they are waiting new medicals results to come)
Validity Date:2015/03/11 It is the date officer recorded your medical in your GCMS, this is not the real validity of your medicals
Status Updated By: MC12310 ( here is your officer in Mississauga again)
Status Updated Date: 2015/03/20
Assigned To: RC-9570 (RC-6023 is the Code number for RMO-London)
Assigned By: BB3333
Due Date:2016/03/16 This is your medicals expiry date
Activity #: 2-761IB2VC
IME #: 11423225 (When it says Furthered means that they requested a specific 1 or 2 exam(s) to be redone)
UMI: U000257552
Assessed for: All (Means you completed all the required exams needed by CIC)
Reason for Closure: Granted ( means you pass)
RMO: (Sometimes it is LONDON, OTTAWA, MANILA, SINGAPOR....This stand for Regional Medical office)
M Profile:
Description:
S Profile:
Description:
MOF Relations Exists: No
MOF Review:
...
Nowadays people are noticing in their GCMS "INFO SHARING". What is this then?

INFO SHARING

INFO SHARING: 1
Created Date: 2015/03/11
Created By: BB3333 (Same officer who assigned your medical up there)
Update Date: 2015/03/11
Update By: EAIBIOG
UCI: 88885555
Family Name: Nelson
Given name: Cool River
Type: Biography
Partner: USA
Status: NOT STARTED means they haven't lunched process. (NRT means NO REPORTABLE TRACE)
Validity Date:
Status Updated By: EAIBIOG
Status Updated Date: 2015/03/11
Assigned To: RC-9570
Assigned By:bb3333
Due Date: 2015/04/12

For more information on INFO SHARING click the link below:

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/laws-policy/agreements/can-usa-agreement.asp
...


CONCLUSION

The main reason I created this new thread is to help people to better understand their GCMS notes without frustrations and reduce unnecessary questions if possible. I hope this GCMS post will also serve as a GPS to those who are fairly new in the PR processing and especially when they get lost in their own GCMS. This post will force everyone in need to study their own GCMS notes before they put their questions on this thread. After everything is done in your file, the lead officer who was responsible for your file at the visa office will take the Final Decision on your file by approving or refusing it. You can see this in your GCMS after you have landed in Canada. This
thread is not a battle ground but a helping ground where confused and tired members will come to find consolations and answers to their questions. Thank you and I love everyone without exception. Eagle333



DOCUMENTS VERIFICATION

Every documents submitted to CIC must go through integrity verification then saved in the database. Such documents could be anything but here are few:

Marriage Certificate
Police Certificate
Passport and visa stamps
Divorce certificate
birth certificate
photos

FEW CODES I DISCOVERED BY HELPING PEOPLE IN PRIVAE.

RC-9515: Regional Centre Ottawa
RC-9570: Regional Centre Mississauga
RC-6023: Regional Medical Centre London
RC-6055: Regional Centre Kenya
RC-6057: Regional Centre Singapore
RC-6112: Regional Centre Dakar

HIRV: Human International Regulation Violation

If you want to know your Regional Centre code number check the OUTGOING CORRESPONDENCE SECTION in your GCMS.

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE REQUESTING YOUR GCMS

For those who want to know when to request their GCMS notes, I would say to do it 4-5 months after Sponsor has pass his/her eligibility. Why do I come up with this vague guess? GCMS notes have shown me that when Sponsor get his/her AOR; PA's PAPER FILE might take up to 2 weeks to arrive to the embassy for processing. Don't get me wrong, it could also take 5 days if the Canadian mission is not far from RC-9570. lf I said 2 weeks that is the maximum so there is no need to stress out about this. Now GCMS Notes have also revealed that the moment your paper file arrive to the embassy within 1 or 2 business day(s) it will be opened by an officer who need to receive it and check if an e-file(GCMS) has been created under your name and sponsorship is passed then He/She will tag your paper file and give it a BF'D of 3-4 months. If there is no backlog at the embassy it might be picked up earlier than planned but a lot of people I have helped theirs showed between 3-4 months. So the best time to order your GCMS file will be at least 5 months after SA. If you are impatient you can still order yours 3 months after SA but there will be nothing inside the egg since it was recently laid.


I believe this will help many to understand their GCMS notes has never before.

HAPPY NEW YEAR (2016) EVERYBODY
 
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Officer

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Hello Everyone,

Processing Time has changed to 18 months including sponsor assessment.
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/times/index.asp


HAPPY NEW YEAR!

OFFICER
 

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Hello 2016 NDVO applicants,

Please add your information at the following Spreadsheet

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1PP7ZLRzJU9t0sCgsieS3ZGultz95wLFzy61EBNlKBf8/edit?usp=sharing


Please post your questions at the following...

http://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/new-delhi-ndvo-2016-spousal-sponsorship-outside-canada-t390498.0.html
 
 

can1989

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New Delhi
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
03-11-2015
Doc's Request.
NONE
AOR Received.
24-12-2015
File Transfer...
22-01-2016
Med's Request
none
Med's Done....
22-01-2016
Interview........
Hope NOT :(
Passport Req..
HOPE SOON INSHALLAH
VISA ISSUED...
HOPE SOON INSHALLAH
LANDED..........
HOPE SOON INSHALLAH
Hi guys i have question about security checks will this be processed in ndvo or will this be processed in canada? And if in ndvo will this be processed frist before everything else. Reason for asking is that police clereance is valid for 1 year and mine will be expiring in august .. Currently i am waiting for my Sa approval
 

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can1989 said:
Hi guys i have question about security checks will this be processed in ndvo or will this be processed in canada? And if in ndvo will this be processed frist before everything else. Reason for asking is that police clereance is valid for 1 year and mine will be expiring in august .. Currently i am waiting for my Sa approval
Hello can1989,

Security will be processed after eligibility in bunch of groups of applicant ... and if you would like to know in details try to see eagle treats on Family Class Sponsorship forum...

Good Luck
 

peace45

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Hi Guys,

im going to apply in 2016 i need help from you'll ... im from bombay... got married in the hindu style and registered my marriage with the BMC. Do i need to apostle the certificate ? also i have heard that we need to put in an affidavit from any lawyer stating that the process of marriage ( the sath phera one ) was genuine and done as per indian ways is that true ?
 
 

canadafsw2015

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12-02-2016
AOR Received.
AOR1: 17-03-2016 SA: 21-03-2016 AOR2: 31-03-2016
File Transfer...
21-03-2016
Med's Done....
11-12-2015
Passport Req..
DM: 08-05-2016 PPR: 11-05-2016
VISA ISSUED...
13-05-2016
Hello all 2016 Applicants!

Finally, I've just sent out the application by courier today (15 Jan). Should reach Mississauga by Monday 18 Jan due to weekend. *fingers crossed* ;D

Just a quick question - In what order does one put the India Information guide and document checklist?

Cheers!
 

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canadafsw2015 said:
Hello all 2016 Applicants!

Finally, I've just sent out the application by courier today (15 Jan). Should reach Mississauga by Monday 18 Jan due to weekend. *fingers crossed* ;D

Just a quick question - In what order does one put the India Information guide and document checklist?

Cheers!
Hello canadafsw2015,

Please take a look at second post on this forum and follow it ... it will save you lots of time and hopefully interview ...

Best of luck
 

tabi2015

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08 dec 2014
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AOR Received.
march 2015
File Transfer...
13 april 2015
Med's Request
upfront 6th march 2015
Interview........
waived as per mp enquiry
Passport Req..
hope soon inshaAllah
is ndvo asking for passport upfront. like when thy start processing the file? cx it didnt happen for 2014 applicants right?
 

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tabi2015 said:
is ndvo asking for passport upfront. like when thy start processing the file? cx it didnt happen for 2014 applicants right?
Hello tabi2015

When your file will be finalized at New Delhi visa office then they will email you to submit your passport at Islamabad embassy since I see you are afghan applicant .. but if you are indian citizen then to new delhi visa office ...

Hope this answered your question
 
 

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Hello everyone,

Please update the spreadsheet for 2016

Thank you
 

karankullar

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Hey everyone,

It seems like I am the only one who has added info into the spreadsheet, which, to tell you the truth, kinda feels weird. So kindly start sharing your timelines. That's kind of the point of this thread. ;D

Cheers!!

Karan