regarding points and processing time

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Subject: regarding points and processing time
  SIR,

i need information regarging immigration of skill workers

i want to know that what is your assessment procedure that if i submit my application to CHC islamabad now and now my assessment points is 67 so if we see the process timming in pakistan (42 -58months) if u assess my case in 40th month so at that time i will have more eperience and qualification i can get more point instead of 67 probablly 73 points.
so i am confuse about giving the points form islamabad council to candidates.

thank
plz reply on

avaisalam83@hotmail.com

[22-11-2005,09:37]
[***.251.135.124]
owais
(in reply to: regarding points and processing time)
I think CIC counts your experience at the date when they received the application. Check with a good local lawyer or consultant.
[22-11-2005,10:44]
[**.128.30.27]
ME
(in reply to: regarding points and processing time)
but i search this consultant website from where i read this
*Work Experience will continue to increase after the submission of the application up to the time of assessment of the application by Canadian Immigration and the points will be increased accordingly
http://www.rsscanadaimmigration.com/en/checklist/workexp.php

[22-11-2005,11:03]
[***.251.135.124]
owais
(in reply to: regarding points and processing time)
CIC calculates points when it gets all documents and based on that makes initial assesment. The fact that while one is waiting, his/her experience increases does not matter in this case (even though it´s quite obvious). Just make sure that you score is 67 or above right now and send your documents.
[22-11-2005,11:06]
[**.48.119.44]
hell
(in reply to: regarding points and processing time)
Ok, than it might matter because you apply from outside of Canada. In that case make sure to update the information about you experience while you are waiting (and don´t send anything by fax- mail it by register mail or something like that to make sure, that it won´t be lost).
:)
Good luck

[22-11-2005,11:11]
[**.48.119.44]
hell
thank for your reply but (in reply to: regarding points and processing time)
acctually i have to sit in ilets test and ater that i can get 14 points from it than i achieve 67 point. so it mean i can submit my application now and when i send my ilets result they start assessmnet?
[22-11-2005,11:13]
[***.251.135.124]
owais
(in reply to: regarding points and processing time)
i am in pakistan
[22-11-2005,11:15]
[***.251.135.124]
owais
(in reply to: regarding points and processing time)
If you want to submit the application now you can do so by writing an english proficiency letter. This way your file will get in queue.

In the mean time like you said appear in IELTS(General) and send them your score as soon as possible. Keep in mind that you will get the max 16 points if you score atleast 7 in all the sections.

The Initial Assessment (IA) is done almost halfway through the process. So lets assume that it will occur 2 years after you submitted the application. Therefore before this point you should submit additional documents for the immigration official to consider them.

If you submit proof of additional work experience (like tax returns, pay stubs, updated reference letters) or educational qualifications (notarized copy of degree and official copy of the transcript in sealed envelop from University) you will get the additional points.

[22-11-2005,13:27]
[**.82.121.111]
Kenny
(in reply to: regarding points and processing time)
THANKS FOR GIVING ME USEFULL ADVICE

TELL ME HOW CAN SUBMIT THE ADDITIONAL DOC. whether they send me the the request to submit or its optional to submit at any time before initial assessment .and also tell me that whether they will tell me to start IA or not.

[22-11-2005,13:50]
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owais
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