Why no AOR but have file number?

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Subject: Why no AOR but have file number?
  Hi, I haven´t received AOR since I filed my application in Sep. 2004. In Jan. 2005 I got a letter telling me that the initial assessment of my application will soon begin, besides, there´s my file number on top of the letter. How is that? Don´t we all have to receive an AOR? and a financial receipt? I´m really puzzled. Could anyone please help me out. Thank you so much!
[30-01-2005,23:08]
ecco
(in reply to: Why no AOR but have file number?)
the letter in your hand with that magical file number is your AOR!
[30-01-2005,23:26]
sharon
(in reply to: Why no AOR but have file number?)
Sharon that is good he got the magical number, but does he not also need proof of payment of fee too.... for online status check etc
[31-01-2005,00:18]
Myself
(in reply to: Why no AOR but have file number?)
never heard a proof of payment discussed for e-client
[31-01-2005,00:21]
sharon
(in reply to: Why no AOR but have file number?)
Number in the AOR should do it. It starts with the letter "B" followed by 9 digits.

Good luck

[31-01-2005,00:23]
ozz
(in reply to: Why no AOR but have file number?)
hi all
i also got the same thing. actually i didnt send the FBI certificate along the appication when i applied in Oct. 2004. I got a letter back saying that i need to send the FBI certificate also. it had a B********* barcode on the top right hand corner .
DO you think it is the file number?

[31-01-2005,01:01]
varora
(in reply to: Why no AOR but have file number?)
Yes that is the file number varora

[31-01-2005,01:13]
*****
thank you and IELTS (in reply to: Why no AOR but have file number?)
Thank you guys for your kind reply. Now I have another question, my IELTS average is 7, but speaking is only 6, will that affect my application? I´ve been worried a lot about it and are considering retake the exam. Do you guys think it´s necessary? Thanks a lot!!
[31-01-2005,02:43]
ecco
(in reply to: Why no AOR but have file number?)
If you got 6 in speaking then you would be scored on the point scale of moderate (ie 2 points instead of the maximum 4 points). The overall band score is not what is used for awarding points. You need to check the individual band scores. Check the CIC website for details on English language proficiency qualifications
[31-01-2005,05:50]
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