Re: [Immigration Canada] Late submission of documents!
I believe it was pretty clear what the Canada High Commission asked of you - documents which you already have in your possession. If they find that the documents you have submitted is incomplete, then I am pretty sure that they would get in touch with you again for that matter.
Just my piece of advice.
--- On Sat, 31/1/09, rezbahal <rezbahal@...> wrote:
From: rezbahal <rezbahal@...>
Subject: [Immigration Canada] Late submission of documents!
Date: Saturday, 31 January, 2009, 9:50 PM
I have been in the queue for skilled labor immigration for more than
two years now. I'v just recently moved from Norway to Australia to
work. Apparently, there was a letter sent to me by the end of last
year, November stating that I should provide the Canadian High
Commission with my supporting documents with regards my PR application.
I tried to ask for some more time so that I could settle in the new
country and prepare for decent documentation. But they said the
deadline cannot be changed and instead requested me to submit what I
have got for now. What I would like to know is whether it would be
wise to send them incomplete information at this point. I need more
time to gather all of my documents from the different countries I have
been living so far (Iran, Norway and Australia). Shall I proceed with
what I'v already got? Will I be losing the application this way?
To be more specific, I include some more information about the
documents I have got so far:
1) police records from Iran (from more than two years ago)
2) educational record
3) print of bank records from my internet banking service in Norway
(no bank statements from the bank)
4) previous tax records from Norway (4 years)
5) letters of employment (only for the last 4 years up to now)
6) TOEFL test records from 2004,2005
7) my CV
I look forward to hearing from you soon,
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