thanks for the response. what puzzles me is that in the letter from
buffalo, there is a row which states additional documents required
where one has an option for rcmp. in my letter, along with medical
request, it states no additional document required. incidentally, i
had done my rcmp finger printing on my own accord
in aug. which is just a month before i got my medical request from
buffalo. given the average time scale of 4-5 months for rcmp
clearence, i doubt if buffalo would have got the response so soon.
also, i do know of couple of federal applicants who received medical
request but no rcmp request and they never submitted a rcmp request.
however, around this period i know only one person who seem to have
got both request. does this mean anything at all?!
--- In email@example.com, Ravi Rao <mail@r...> wrote:
> It is required for anyone that has lived on Canadian soil for over 6
> By "it", I mean clearance from the RCMP via fingerprints.
> * sadugudu88 [Sun, Oct 31, 2004 at 10:42:49PM -0000]:
> > hi, it appears that most of us in this group received a medical
> > request but no formal rcmp request. is rcmo really a must or is it
> > done on a case by case basis. any response will be appreciated.
> > thanks,
> > Sa.
> Universities are places of knowledge. The freshman each bring a little
> in with them, and the seniors take none away, so knowledge accumulates.