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  • Ali R. Bakhtar
    Dear Mon The interview was in English, and took about 90 minutes, and I am still waiting, but in the on-line services of www.cic.gc.ca , my file changed to
    Message 1 of 4 , Feb 12, 2007
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      Dear Mon

      The interview was in English, and took about 90 minutes, and I am still
      waiting, but in the on-line services of www.cic.gc.ca , my file changed to
      Decision Mada.

      Regards

      Alireza,





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      From: immigrationquebec@yahoogroups.com
      [mailto:immigrationquebec@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of regaquino
      Sent: 13 February, 2007 10:10 AM
      To: immigrationquebec@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [ImmigrationQuebec] Re: interview experience



      Hi Alireza!

      Congrats and thanks for sharing your intreview. It will be very
      helpful to us who are still waiting for our unterview date. Anyway,
      how did your interview goes? Is it done in French? Or do you answer
      it in English.

      Mon

      --- In immigrationquebec@ <mailto:immigrationquebec%40yahoogroups.com>
      yahoogroups.com, "Ali R. Bakhtar"
      <arbakhtar@...> wrote:
      >
      > Dear friends,
      > Following my last email about a month ago, I would like to share my
      interview experience, maybe someone need it.
      >
      > April 2005: I applied to immigration Quebec through Quebec office
      in Damascus and get my selection documents, CSQ,
      > May 2005: applied to the immigration visa through Canadian embassy
      in Damascus,
      > March 2006: I was asked to re-send police clearance and military
      service exemption card.
      > October 2006: Received a fax to attend interview, November 2006 at
      Canadian embassy,Damascus, I haven't been asked for any documents!.
      (This kind of interviews are rare, because I have CSQ on my file, and
      I have already selected by Quebec.!
      > November 2006: I attended in interview and here is the summery of
      interview:
      > At the beginning of the interview the officer told me that I wont
      give you any opinion and documents at the end of interview so please
      don't ask me at the end!
      > she started by checking my passport, and didn't ask me any other
      documents, she started by: Are married or not? and something simple
      and then started with my work, which was the main course,
      > As far as I am electrical engineer, specialist in power systems
      and protection, and she was not, she insisted to know what I am doing
      exactly, It is difficult to talk about a matter that the audience
      have no background about it, and interested to know exactly what you
      are talking.
      > Then, asked my about my training courses which I passed in Spain,
      Italy and France, asked me some questions very tricky!, like have you
      ever worked for military project, or your company had such a project?
      as far as I am working in a completely private company, these kind of
      question was really interesting for me, because It shows that she
      didn't study about Iranian business, and specially in private sector.
      > The main purpose of the interview was my work which took about 50
      minute, in total it took about 75 minute.
      > At the end again she thanked me due to my honest answers, and
      told me that I will send you my opinion.
      > I was told that in Damascus we do first background review and
      then issue medicals.
      > she told me that you have reached to the very end of you
      immigration process and something like this.
      > I would like to mention that She didn't ask me for any document
      except passport.
      > That is it about my interview after CSQ,
      > if you know similar cases would you please inform me.
      > Regards,
      > Alireza,
      >
      >
      >
      > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
      >





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    • Gebo Satri
      Hey Alireza I want to ask you how the file number looks like for on-line services. Because I have received an e-mail stating my surname and a file looking
      Message 2 of 4 , Feb 14, 2007
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        Hey Alireza

        I want to ask you how the file number looks like for on-line services.
        Because I have received an e-mail stating my surname and a file looking like : (one letter and 9 digits or X000000000)

        They were requesting from me a police certificate from a country where i spent few months during my studies which obviously I can not get it since 3 months already. And I am chanceless. It is far from me and in addition a visa is required.

        I am trying to enter with the file number they addressed me on that e-mail, but unsuccesfully.

        I wanted to know whether it is a file-number or maybe just their ordering number

        "Ali R. Bakhtar" <arbakhtar@...> wrote:
        Dear Mon

        The interview was in English, and took about 90 minutes, and I am still
        waiting, but in the on-line services of www.cic.gc.ca , my file changed to
        Decision Mada.

        Regards

        Alireza,

        _____

        From: immigrationquebec@yahoogroups.com
        [mailto:immigrationquebec@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of regaquino
        Sent: 13 February, 2007 10:10 AM
        To: immigrationquebec@yahoogroups.com
        Subject: [ImmigrationQuebec] Re: interview experience

        Hi Alireza!

        Congrats and thanks for sharing your intreview. It will be very
        helpful to us who are still waiting for our unterview date. Anyway,
        how did your interview goes? Is it done in French? Or do you answer
        it in English.

        Mon

        --- In immigrationquebec@ <mailto:immigrationquebec%40yahoogroups.com>
        yahoogroups.com, "Ali R. Bakhtar"
        <arbakhtar@...> wrote:
        >
        > Dear friends,
        > Following my last email about a month ago, I would like to share my
        interview experience, maybe someone need it.
        >
        > April 2005: I applied to immigration Quebec through Quebec office
        in Damascus and get my selection documents, CSQ,
        > May 2005: applied to the immigration visa through Canadian embassy
        in Damascus,
        > March 2006: I was asked to re-send police clearance and military
        service exemption card.
        > October 2006: Received a fax to attend interview, November 2006 at
        Canadian embassy,Damascus, I haven't been asked for any documents!.
        (This kind of interviews are rare, because I have CSQ on my file, and
        I have already selected by Quebec.!
        > November 2006: I attended in interview and here is the summery of
        interview:
        > At the beginning of the interview the officer told me that I wont
        give you any opinion and documents at the end of interview so please
        don't ask me at the end!
        > she started by checking my passport, and didn't ask me any other
        documents, she started by: Are married or not? and something simple
        and then started with my work, which was the main course,
        > As far as I am electrical engineer, specialist in power systems
        and protection, and she was not, she insisted to know what I am doing
        exactly, It is difficult to talk about a matter that the audience
        have no background about it, and interested to know exactly what you
        are talking.
        > Then, asked my about my training courses which I passed in Spain,
        Italy and France, asked me some questions very tricky!, like have you
        ever worked for military project, or your company had such a project?
        as far as I am working in a completely private company, these kind of
        question was really interesting for me, because It shows that she
        didn't study about Iranian business, and specially in private sector.
        > The main purpose of the interview was my work which took about 50
        minute, in total it took about 75 minute.
        > At the end again she thanked me due to my honest answers, and
        told me that I will send you my opinion.
        > I was told that in Damascus we do first background review and
        then issue medicals.
        > she told me that you have reached to the very end of you
        immigration process and something like this.
        > I would like to mention that She didn't ask me for any document
        except passport.
        > That is it about my interview after CSQ,
        > if you know similar cases would you please inform me.
        > Regards,
        > Alireza,
        >
        >
        >
        > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
        >

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