Hi Sushsmart,sushsmart15 said:Firstly, why do you think and write so much negative stuff??
You must be prepared in advance for all the documents that you would require for e-APR. Only two things you need to get it done after ITA - Medical exam report and PCC for current country of residence. You need to make sure that you have all other PCCs, bank statements ready.
Only for current employment, you may submit a new reference letter - that too if you are claiming points for increase in duration of work exp. If you already have 3 or more years of work exp., then you do not need a new reference letter for your current job. You may show your latest pay slips to show that you are still working with them.
All reference letters from your past employers are valid for a lifetime.
I hope this clarifies all your doubts. All the best.
It is not negative stuff, just that I have personal some circumstances that may make me take some time for me to submit the documents and hence the possibility of not accepting ITA to buy some time.
Exactly, I want to be prepared and get all the document ready to file my e-APR, hence my question(s) in the forum. I will check the CIC website for the list of the documents required. In case you already know the link please send me if you don't mind. What I understand is that almost the same set of documents that we submitted to OINP will be required again to CIC plus PCC and Medical examination reports.
Yes Pay slips I shall submit to the nearest date possible.
On the reference letters part I was thinking that CIC wants the letters to be recent. The ones I sent to OINP ( and the copies I have are dated Feb 2016 ).
Thanks and Regards,
Pavan Kumar Yarala