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Subject: Students in Canada - Buffalo Application

Please share your timeline(s):

Here is mine:

Nationality: Indian
Application: Dec 03, Buffalo
AOR: Jan 04
IA : July 04, No interview, No RCMP
Medical and other doc: End of Aug, 04
Waiting since then....

Pl keep this thread get going.


[31-01-2005,18:07]
koolalberta
(in reply to: Students in Canada - Buffalo Application)
what do you mean no interview? interview waive?
[31-01-2005,18:23]
Yijie
(in reply to: Students in Canada - Buffalo Application)
yes
[31-01-2005,18:24]
koolalberta
(in reply to: Students in Canada - Buffalo Application)
Koolaberta,

who advised to apply in Buffalo as an outside application, despite the fact that you are in Canada?

How are you going to do when you have to land in Canada if you are already in Canada?

I would appreciate your feedback. You gave me a great idea. I also applied in Buffalo, but in the spousal class. I would like to move to Canada and wait for the final decision from inside, with my family, just like you are doing it. I don´t think is fair that this CIC clows are keeping us apart for stupid bureaucratic procedures. Your feedback will be greatly appreaciated.

Thanks!

[31-01-2005,18:31]
ozz
(in reply to: Students in Canada - Buffalo Application)
You are a student already inside Canada and everything is going well... You just need to kepp workin on them grades. And take more and more courses... Let the PR work itself to maturity. They will send one in your direction sooner than later........
[31-01-2005,18:35]
!@#$%^&*()
(in reply to: Students in Canada - Buffalo Application)
Sorry, forgot my timeline, although I don´t think is of much help for you because mine is under the spousal category.

CPC MIss. March 04
AOR June 04
IA and interview waiver Dec 04
Additional Docs Jan 05
waiting.... most likely I will hear from them in the 12th month...

[31-01-2005,18:43]
ozz
(in reply to: Students in Canada - Buffalo Application)
Hi Ozz:

To complete your landing process, you need to cross the Canadian boarder and re-enter Canada.

Depending your location in Canada, try to cross the nearest US boarder without a valid US visa. Of course, the US security won´t allow you get in. So you will get a rejection letter from them which would eventually be a proof that you have crossed the Canadian boarder.

This looks funny, but is the fact.

[31-01-2005,18:44]
koolalberta
(in reply to: Students in Canada - Buffalo Application)
Hi Ozz:

Forgot to mention that a student like me cannot apply from within Canada. The application must be submitted outside Canada.

[31-01-2005,18:48]
koolalberta
(in reply to: Students in Canada - Buffalo Application)
Mannnn thank youuuuuu! Is there any way you can do it without being rejected in the US? I wouldn´t want a rejection for lack of visa to appear in my US records... It might play a negative role when I try to obtain a visitor visa for the US in the future.

Do you think is OK if you just show up in the Immigration office at the border control point?

Man, this is a great idea! I wish I would have known about this a looong time ago.

Thank you!

[31-01-2005,18:49]
ozz
(in reply to: Students in Canada - Buffalo Application)
Hi Ozz:

If you have a US visa, great - just get it your passport stamped by the US authority in the boarder and then enter into Canada.

Hope this helps.


[31-01-2005,19:46]
koolalberta
(in reply to: Students in Canada - Buffalo Application)
Applied in Aug 2003,
AOR Sept 2003
IA Nov 2004
Medical and RPRF sent Dec 2004,

Waiting since

[31-01-2005,20:04]
SHANON