Supporting Documentation in the beginning?

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Subject: Supporting Documentation in the beginning?
  Okay folks, hope someone could advice me on this. My husband had a meeting with an Immigration Consultant who said that when you send your application for PR to the Canadian Embassy you send AT THE SAME TIME your supporting documents and right after that the Embassy contacts you to see whether they interview you or they waive it.

Now, it was my understanding (based on research) that now you just send the application form and fees AND when the Embassy is ready for you they contact you to THEN send the supporting documents (educational credentials, etc). (Here in Trinidad, this happens around 2 years after your application)

Who is right?

[30-08-2007,16:18]
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Maria
(in reply to: Supporting Documentation in the beginning?)
For applications for SW in Buffalo, you have to send supporting documents at the time of submission. That is what it clearly says on the rules for Buffalo visa office.

This step makes a lot of sense so they can assess your case without any further delays.

However I don´t know if it is the same in Trinidad. (Balwant may help! Unfortunately he quitted this morning.)

[30-08-2007,16:21]
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CBV333
(in reply to: Supporting Documentation in the beginning?)
CBV333, thanks for the reply. I hope someone can answer this because I am really curious. My husband and I decided to apply on our own so I am in the research process right now.
[30-08-2007,17:53]
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Maria
(in reply to: Supporting Documentation in the beginning?)
Hi Maria

Good! Do your research carefully and check with is required for YOUR situation at YOUR consulate.

You don´t need a lawyer to apply for Canada immigration.

Good luck!

[30-08-2007,18:02]
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CBV333
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