For the tracking number see - https://www.getgcms.com/blog/tracking-gcms-notes/Hi @legalfalcon....Hope all is well at your end.
I ordered CSIS notes two months ago through Getgcms and was provided with a tracking number. However, I'm not sure where to use this number!... Can I track the application by myself or only the personal who submitted my CSIS request application?
on onther note, can you give an insight on how CSIS and CBSA work? Do I need to wait for CSIS to conclude their work before CBSA begin there's, or they work parallel to each other?
No, these changes will have no impact on your CRS. However, make sure that your start date and end dates of your education do not overlap with your work, for which you are claiming points, if the work and education was in Canada.@legalfalcon,
After getting my ITA I have changed the following information. Is this okey? I have mentioned these changes in the LOE.
1. Start date and end date of my qualifications.
2. My new designation. I got promoted recently, but only after getting the ITA.
Will these changes have an affect on my application. I know that it will not change my CRS score.
By review required, they are simply deferring the decision to the Officer to make a conclusion on the eligibility. A visa refusal has no impact on your PR process, if the refusal was not because of fraud or misrepresentation.@legalfalcon
Please I need help with my gcms notes. Both the program analyst and program assistant wrote review required on my us visa refusal and answer to statutory question. In the statutory question, I answered no to have u applied to IRCC before. However, I applied to Saskatchewan twice. One was returned due to incomplete documentation while I withdrew one because I got a nomination from another province. My question: hope this will not delay my application. Aor is April 4 and still on ip1 since April 12. Hope review required will not take forever?
1. You are correct that the Doctor is responsible to refer you to the lab that will do the tests. You should insist that the doctor recommend you the lab. If he does not, then you can get it done somewhere close to you. Maybe since you are not close to him, he asked you to get it at a location close tot you.Need help:
We have received email from MHB(Migration Health Branch) requesting to contact Doctor who performed initial medical exam as they wasn't to get more testes done for my spouse.
Additional requested tests: Sputum and TB culture. We have 60 days to comply as per the email
We are in process of arranging documents as per ITA checklist which is due end of July.
I called same Doctor who did our initial medical exam and he is asking me to find out nearby facilities who can do these tests for my spouse.
1) As per email/letter from MHB, doctor is suppose to order requested tests for us. Instead he is asking me to get it done and send him results. Regardless, in USA one must have doctors order(letter) to perform any test, but now I am not sure how this will work. (Forgot to mention this doctor is located in neighboring state, 200 miles away)
Lets say, If I get this tests done and submit results by myself to doctor, so that he can upload it on eMedical system. Will this be ok? Any thoughts?
2) Sputum and TB culture test takes up to 8 weeks to get results. But the email says I have 60 days to comply with the requested test. Now technically I will not be able to get this test done in 60 days as the test have not yet started. Any thoughts?
3) The number on email is Canada toll free number which for some reason I am not able to call from USA. (1-888-242-2100). I wish to contact them to get clarification on timeline. I cannot reply the email as it says in email that do not respond to this message. Any thoughts on how to contact them?
I am not sure what reason you have provided to not being able to provide the medicals for your step-son. If IRCC has agreed to exclude his meds, then still his name will appear on the file, as a non-accompanying dependent.Hi @legalfalcon
I queried this on some other thread too. Can you please advise.
I had applied for PR through EE in Mar 2017. We had my stepson added to my application who won't accompany us to Canada and since we were not able to provide his medical the file got delayed.
Finally now in the month of June NDVO asked me to provide declaration to exclude my stepson from the application which we provided on 19th June and on 21st June, first time ever I saw my medical status as passed. I did receive a status update mail that day post which I checked the cic account and saw the medical passed.
Now my query is if they have accepted to exclude my stepson which I think they have based on medical status, do they remove the my stepson from my application or will it still show on my CIC account. I have no other issue pending and awaiting my PPR however I still see my stepson as dependent included in cic.
I am the PA and the my hubby is the biological parent and the exclusive custody is with the exspouse of my husband. We did provide a detailed letter of explanation along with phone call details, messages details, and an affidavit from a common relative of my husband and his exspouse, who actually went in person to talk with them and was denied any help. We have given all this and had requested to exclude my stepson from the application. After which we received a request from NDVO to sent a notarised affidavit as per format they provided. After we submitted this affidavit within two days the medicals was cleared.I am not sure what reason you have provided to not being able to provide the medicals for your step-son. If IRCC has agreed to exclude his meds, then still his name will appear on the file, as a non-accompanying dependent.
Since I am not clear, who the PA is, and who is the biological parent in the application, I cannot comment more here.
Many thanks @legalfalcon.For the tracking number see - https://www.getgcms.com/blog/tracking-gcms-notes/
This post is also applicable for CBSA and CSIS notes. The tracking number is provided to you and you can contact CSIS or CBSA directly quoting the number to enquire about the status, but it is recommended that you let GET GCMS handle that, as they have direct emails for ATIP officers, and also will avoid any duplicity.
Usually CSIS will complete its checks, and submit its findings to CBSA, who will then do it verifications and submit the entire bunch to IRCC. In a nutshell, both work parallel to each other, however, CBSA taken longer. CSIS and CBSA only make recommendations and it is ultimately upon IRCC to make a decision on that.
Thanks @legalfalcon. My education and work is not from Canada. But my education is part time and it overlaps with work. So then no problem there.No, these changes will have no impact on your CRS. However, make sure that your start date and end dates of your education do not overlap with your work, for which you are claiming points, if the work and education was in Canada.
Did you see s15(1) at the top right corner in blank pages and in activities any retracted activities?Hi @legalfalcon
Need your advise pls.
My AOR is November 9th 2017
Received GCMS notes on June 15th.
Eligibilty: passed on 9th April
Admissibilty section : s.15(1) on top and security type 1&2 (me & spouse).
In Notes there is a text as
"Addresses & background info reviewed including all sub-tabs"
Last week i got a reply from london visa office saying that my file is awaiting a final review with a migration officer.
What could be the current status? Is there any chance of SS?