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Subject: NEW APPLICANT - PROCEDURES
  I am planning to apply for the Canadian Immigration on 15th of August. I have collected all required documents according to the check list in CIC website(14 items) except the proof of funds which i can produce on a later date. Will CIC accept the application if it is short of proof of funds?

I read from this forum that that the new procedure that comes into effect from Sept 1,2006 does´t require applicants to send the supporting documents. Is it true if i post my application on 15th August?

Please help.

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Jay.

[20-07-2006,05:43]
[***.138.113.16]
Jay
(in reply to: NEW APPLICANT - PROCEDURES)
Hope it give u some information

Proof of fund can be sent later.


NEW APPLICATION PROCESS FOR CANADIAN IMMIGRATION MAY REDUCE PROCESSING TIME

The new simplified application process, announced yesterday, seeks to expedite the Canadian permanent resident application queue.

Montreal, QC, Canada ? July 13 th, 2006? As of September 1st, 2006 most Canadian immigration applications for permanent residence under the Federal Skilled Worker and Business Class immigration programs must be submitted under the new "Simplified Application Process", a Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) notice announced yesterday.

In fact, you do not have to wait until September 1st to benefit from the Simplified Application Process. CIC has instructed Canadian Visa Offices to begin the new Simplified Application Process immediately if the applicant chooses to submit the new Application form.

Long application queues at all Immigration Canadian Visa Offices are causing delays in processing times. CIC has finally recognized this service delay and has implemented the new "simplified" process in an attempt to expedite processing times.

Rather than submitting the complex set of forms and documents currently required upon initial application, the simplified application process will require skilled worker and business class applicants to submit only an amended basic Application form, the Use of Representative form and government processing fees. Any other documentation sent to the Immigration Canada Visa Office will be returned to the applicant until it is requested.

If the application is accepted, processing fees reserve applicants a spot in the queue. Applicants are not to contact the Immigration Canada Visa Office for any reason other than withdrawal from the process or a change in mailing address.

Documentation and additional information requirements will remain the same as the former system, but they will not be required until the file has reached the end of the queue and is ready to be reviewed, approximately 4 months later.

The new process will take effect at every Canadian Visa Office, with the exception of the Buffalo Visa Office, where the former process will remain in place. Applicants with Arranged Permanent Employment in Canada will also be processed under the former system at every Immigration Canada Visa Office, as these applications are expedited and therefore require all documentation upon initial submission of the file. Likewise, the new process will not apply to applicants destined to Quebec or selected by a province under the Provincial Nominee Program.

Applicants should beware, however, of the new system. If the basic Application form is not completed correctly, the application will be immediately returned. Given the precise specifications required on the forms, this could produce much frustration and time delays for potential applicants."


[20-07-2006,07:00]
[***.164.51.106]
deepu
(in reply to: NEW APPLICANT - PROCEDURES)
Thanks deepu, your reply is really helpuful.

One more question!

Where can i find the simplified application form?

Jay

[20-07-2006,09:32]
[***.138.47.14]
Jay
(in reply to: NEW APPLICANT - PROCEDURES)
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/applications/skilled-simple.html

Good luck

[20-07-2006,18:36]
[***.62.13.133]
Edu
New application process (in reply to: NEW APPLICANT - PROCEDURES)
Hi,

I was also planning to on apply 15th August. I have collected all the documents except police certificate from FBI, USA. I have applied for one but it will take around 10 months. Will CIC accept my application without the police certificate? Please let me know. Plus I am in a dilemma regarding the new simplified application and regular application. Which one is a better option? I just want to aply and get in a line coz I have to leave for UK in the 1st week of Sep formy PhD. Advice pls!

[30-07-2006,20:39]
[***.251.135.126]
Maria
oops! (in reply to: NEW APPLICANT - PROCEDURES)
oops! I mean I was planning to apply on 15th august :)
[30-07-2006,20:40]
[***.251.135.126]
Maria
(in reply to: NEW APPLICANT - PROCEDURES)
should photo be sent witht he simplified process
[31-07-2006,07:38]
[***.123.28.17]
Johnson
how to apply? (in reply to: NEW APPLICANT - PROCEDURES)

[07-09-2006,12:30]
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