8 нояб. 2007 г.

Simplified Immigration Process AOR (Acknowledgement Of Receipt) от Канадского посольства в Москве

Вчера, 7-го ноября, в день 90-й годовщины революции (символично, черт возьми) мне на email пришел AOR (Acknowledgement Of Receipt) от Канадского посольства в Москве. Напомню, что я подавала на Simplified Immigration Process.

Значит таковы этапы:
  • 03 октября 2007 г. - подача упрощенного пакета на иммиграцию в Канаду через Пони Экспресс.
  • 08 октября 2007 г. - судя по сообщению Пони мой пакет был вручен работнику Посольства.
  • 09 октября 2007 г. - официальная дата получения посольством пакета.
  • 07 ноября 2007 г. - AOR и открытие иммиграционного файла.
Ну что ж, как говорится, я в игре :)

Вот текст письма AOR (Acknowledgement Of Receipt):

File number: ******** Date: 07/11/2007

Dear Ms ***,

We have received your application for permanent residence in Canada in the Federal Skilled Worker Class on 09/10/2007.

We have created a file with the file number pasted above. You must quote this file number in any future correspondence. An original receipt for application fees submitted will be sent to you by mail. We will request supporting documents at a later date.

This letter explains our procedures for your case and gives information on what you can do to prepare yourself for immigration to Canada while your case is in process. At the present time there is a queue of applications in this category. We regret the delay. If you wish to withdraw your application during this waiting period, you may obtain a full refund of fees paid. Once documents have been requested and the assessment of your application has begun, no fee refund is available.

Applications for permanent residence in Canada in the category in which you have applied require on average 36 months. No processing will occur on your file for approximately 12 months. This is our current estimate; however, circumstances may change. Please consult our website at www.canadianembassy.ru and the CIC Web site for up-to-date information on processing time at our office: www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/times-int/menu-perm.html.

You may also check basic case status on-line at the Citizenship and Immigration Web site www.cic.gc.ca using the “E-Client Application Status” function that is found in the “On-line Services” section of the Web site.

Next Steps

When our office is ready to assess your file, we will send you a complete list of required documents. You will be provided with 4 months to prepare and submit this supporting documentation.

Documents will have to be submitted in a single package. Do not submit any documents until you have prepared the entire package. We will make a decision on your application on the basis of the documents you provide at that time.

Until we request your supporting documents, we will not respond to any interim correspondence, except:
  • Change of address including change of e-mail address;
  • Change of immigration representative;
  • Request for withdrawal of your application and refund of fees;
  • For Skilled workers only: Submission of an Arranged Employment Opinion approved by Human Resources Development Canada.

Prepare yourself for immigration to Canada

Languages

We strongly recommend that during the time your application is processed you prepare yourself for immigration to Canada. You should learn about living and working in Canada so you can decide where to live and prepare yourself and your family for life in Canada. For example, Canada has two official languages, English and French. Depending on where you want to live in Canada, you will need excellent speaking, reading and writing skills in one of these languages. If you do not have strong English or French skills, study the language before going to Canada and learn the vocabulary of your profession or trade. Remember: you will be competing against many native speakers of English and French for any available jobs.

Please note: just prior to assessment, the visa office will require third party language test results, or other written evidence of your language ability as part of your supporting documentation. If you submit the results of an authorized language test, the visa officer will accept these results as determinate. Because authorized test results are independent and verifiable, cases for which authorized language test results are submitted are likely to be processed more quickly than those that rely on a written submission regarding language documentation you submit, it is recommended that you undergo an authorized language examination in order to provide the visa officer with definitive, verifiable results. In addition, while your file is in queue, you may wish to take courses, try practice examinations, and otherwise improve your language ability. Information on the IELTS test in English can be found at www.ielts.org. Information on the French language test, Test d'évaluation de français (TEF), is available at www.fda.ccip.fr.

Work

Finding work is a challenging process for Canadians and for immigrants. It is essential that you prepare to work in Canada before you move. Even if you have many years of work experience in your home country, you may not be able to work in your trade or profession in Canada. There are many things you can do in your home country to prepare for working in Canada and make your job search easier.

One of your first steps should be to begin researching potential employment in Canada. Most occupations in Canada are not regulated. For those occupations, the employer is responsible for assessing and recognizing your qualifications.

However, some occupations are regulated and do not permit persons to practice without a licence. To obtain a licence to practice a regulated occupation, you must go through an assessment and an acceptance of your education and professional qualifications by a regulatory body. This assessment will compare your training, education and experience to Canadian standards. The assessment will also help determine whether further training and evaluation may be needed before you acquire a licence to practice your occupation in Canada.

For more information, we encourage you to visit the Going to Canada Internet site at www.directioncanada.gc.ca where you will find important information about living and working in Canada. On this site, you will also find the “Working in Canada Tool” which will tell you what the current prospects are for your occupation across Canada. It offers information on essential skills, job descriptions, work conditions and opportunities. It will also tell you whether your occupation is a regulated profession in Canada.

We trust that this information is helpful. Thank you for your interest in Canada.
Immigration Section

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2 комментария:

  1. Очень рад твоему возвращению!!! Да, с IELTS'ом накладочка вышла конечно, ну ничего, может оно и к лучшему! Всё же будет время получше подготовиться. Удачи! Не пропадай. Если что, - мыль!

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