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Subject: Anyone asked to submit additional docs. after....
I was wondering if anyone here has been asked to submit additional docs. after the interview of their spouse applicant. They could have potentially asked for it by mail, couldn´t they have? Or is it just a delaying tactic?

Thanks

[21-11-2005,15:40]
[***.103.107.125]
Stevie
(in reply to: Anyone asked to submit additional docs. after....)
what would be the purpose of a delay tactic?

CIC has the right to ask for additional documents at any stage in the approval process. They will do so, (likely by mail) until they are confident they have all the information they need to make a decision.

delay??? This is not a game.

[21-11-2005,16:23]
[***.181.198.246]
Sharon
(in reply to: Anyone asked to submit additional docs. after....)
My concern is if they reqd. to see any documents they could simply request that in the interview letter and/or in mail instead of prolonging the already long process. What I do not understand it is if those documents could be asked after the interview, did they really feel that we didn´t have especially since those were submitted to the Mississauga office originally.
[21-11-2005,16:39]
[***.103.107.125]
Stevie
(in reply to: Anyone asked to submit additional docs. after....)
your post is very confusing. Perhaps there was new information from the interview that they wish to verify, or the back ground checks might have brought something to light that they want clarification about. They have the right and obigation to the government of Canada to ask for additional information until they are satisfied with your application.

There is absolutely no purpose in double guessing CIC and how they do things. We can all speculate an answer and we could still be wrong.

[21-11-2005,23:16]
[***.20.170.23]
Sharon
(in reply to: Anyone asked to submit additional docs. after....)
Bottom line is that there is nothing for both my wife and I to hide. I do realize CIC has an obligation to the GOC and Canadian public (including myself) to be satisfied thoroughly. However, as a law-abiding citizen of Canada without any history of fraud or even a speeding ticket, I feel that in the name of GOC it isn´t fair to base their decisions (or delay there of) on mere speculations and stereotype. Perhaps, if the objective is to process an application diligently, a simple direct enquiry from either spouse may resolve their concern without playing any games of cat and mouse. I thought that CIC policy was to unite spouses as soon as they could but I now have personal experience otherwise. In my 25 yrs in Canada, I never felt so humiliated and that also without any explanation and evidence. This is only because the alternate and legal procedure that one could take against the CIC would jeopardise any chances of being together with their spouses. So the policy is "Put up or Shut up".
[22-11-2005,01:46]
[**.83.137.27]
Hopeful_Truth_Prevails
(in reply to: Anyone asked to submit additional docs. after....)
unfortunately, a few folks make life difficult for the rest of us. Assuming the worst is the order of the day for CIC. Every time I read a post about cheating the rules I go crazy because it makes life so hard for the rest of us.

sadly, ´put up or shut up´ is the sad conclusion.

[22-11-2005,03:03]
[***.20.170.23]
Sharon

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