Re: [immigrationquebec] Re: Interview Passed
- Hello Ketan,Thank you so much for taking the time to respond. We really appreciate your information and the fact that you are willing to share. This is a great support group and it's people like you who are making it so!:) Don't worry about the delay in responding....I am sure you were out partying and celebrating!:)By the way, what is your profession? How old are you?Thanks.Wes
ketansweta <ketansweta@...> wrote:
Sorry for the late reply - but here are a few answers :-
1. Montreal as there are some % of English speaking population there.
2. I showed around 60K which inclused liquid cash and stocks.
3. I have not been to canada before
4. No relatives in canada - a few friends.
Let me know if you need any further information I shall be glad to
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Wesley Cannon
> Congratulations...a couple of questions..
> 1. Where did you say you would settle in Quebec?
> 2. How much money did you have in the bank? (you don't have to
answer this...I am just curious as to how much people have who are
> 3. Have you been to Quebec before?
> 4. Do you know people there or have relatives there?
> I appreciate your help. Any info is greatly appreciated. I wish
you much luck in your endeavors!:)
> ketansweta <ketansweta@y...> wrote:
> Hi! All,
> I just had an interview on the 30th Sep and luckily we cleared the
> interview. I have read mnay msgs from people saying that the
> are friendly - but hmm guess what the officer we got did even have
> smile on her face for 30 min :). We were welcomed with a greeting
> French which I replied back in French - after we got into her
> she started asking in French " for our passports " yeeks that was
> we could not understand we are doing basic level french and could
> speak very less and a few communication sentences thats it - at
> time itself I knew this does not seem too good - I told her at that
> time that mam - we are very basic in French and that it would be
> to ahve interview in French - for which she said you know that this
> interview is the confirm ur documents and check language ability -
> showed her my frnehc classes receipts which I and my wife are
> and said in the next few mths we should be able to have some
> Then she checked each and every document of ours - transacripts,
> banks statements, experiance letters etc - then she asked why
> Montreal - which again I said the same thinsg which am sure most of
> us say - Good metro ciyt, well developed, histopry, cheap housing,
> good health coverage in quebec, no crime etc etc - there were some
> debates on that - where in she said why don;t u try toronto as I
> would qualify for toronto or vancuover as they both are in canada
> metros and as you know good English - I would qualify there - again
> debated on how exp vancouver is... then she said 1 min and left the
> cabin - at that time - me and my wife said - okay we are going
> this is 100 % rejected as we did not speak in French and we were
> sure we have convienced her enough on why MONTREAL -
> but then she came back - and said
> I am approving you PR and she came back with the documents, some
> magazines and some TO DO's on leaving for Montreal - she explained
> about Medical and fingure printing etc...
> We were shocked - this could not be TRUE :) but Alas it was true -
> that time she gave a smile which we were waiting to see on her
> and then she walked with us to show the way out...
> Over all it was a good inteview but a confusing one - we did not
> expect to get cleared and we did get cleared .. kinda strange..
> Good luck to others -
> 1 Question - how long does medical and Fingure Printing take ?
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- Hi Ketan,
Vish here....one final question pal...were your previous work
experience letters in the exact same format that they asked for? I
mean...letters even from india from jobs held 7 years ago :)
What do you think is their position on that? Did they question you on
any of the letters or other documentation?
Thanks in advance.
--- In email@example.com, "ketansweta"
> Thanks Karen,
> I received 2 letters of immigrayion approval - I guess that is the
> CSQ - all she said was now apply for medical and then you need to
> send 1 of this letter to Buffalo for stamping your passports.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Karen <karen_tgha@y...>
> > Congratulations! Nice to hear about the success :)
> > Ketan, could you please tell us, did you receive CSQ right there
> immigration office, after theinterview? Or you need to wait untilit
> arrives by mail?the
> > ketansweta <ketansweta@y...> wrote:
> > Hi! All,
> > I just had an interview on the 30th Sep and luckily we cleared
> > interview. I have read mnay msgs from people saying that thehave
> > are friendly - but hmm guess what the officer we got did even
> > smile on her face for 30 min :). We were welcomed with a greeting
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