Simplified form and information update in stage 2

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Subject: Simplified form and information update in stage 2
Suppose that I applied using the simplified form , and while waiting I obtained another degree and worked another occupation which exists in the NOC LIST , will these factors going to be considered and will it add points in the final stage ?
[05-06-2007,19:46]
[***.42.2.11]
JOY
(in reply to: Simplified form and information update in stage 2)
Yes all additional educational qualifications or work experience accumulated will be considered if proper documentation is submitted before the initial assessment.
[06-06-2007,02:29]
[***.69.2.5]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Simplified form and information update in stage 2)
Thanks , but I mean before the interview with the officer , for example after 3 years or four from the date of applying. ?
[06-06-2007,05:55]
[***.229.241.182]
Chy12
(in reply to: Simplified form and information update in stage 2)
This is open to interpretation but I would say NO.

The main statement on the first page of the application form is: ALL CRITERIA MUST BE MET AT TIME OF APPLICATION.

So my logic is, if you only know English (for example) at basic level, you have to put basic level in the application form and see how you score with that. They wouldn´t care if you have further 3yr before the interview to upgrade your English to excellent.

If the above is true, then the same would apply for the education level and work experience.

Otherwise, the statement I quoted above from the application form does not make any sense and shouldn´t be there at all. And the statement sounds pretty clear that all criteria must be met when you submit the form.

[06-06-2007,09:24]
[**.205.23.237]
Darko

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