Chasing up an application.

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Subject: Chasing up an application.
  Hi,

I have applied for Canadian Immigration under the skilled worker process.

When I applied the pass mark was 70 points, but before it was assessed the pass mark went upto 75, and I got 73!

I wrote to the High Commission but they said that those were the rules so tuff.

Any ideas?

I have applied again (because I have learnt French so I now have 76 points), and it has been 11 months and the only thing I have heard back so an acknowledgement. I am a bit worried because the case number is the same as the old one, so I hope it hasn´t been overlooked.

Any ideas?

Cheers,

Andy

[25-06-2004,17:56]
Andy
(in reply to: Chasing up an application.)
Was your application rejected clearly on grounds that you did not obtain 75 points (ie the higher pass mark implemented after your application submission)?
[26-06-2004,06:18]
hank
(in reply to: Chasing up an application.)
I applied after the 1st January 2001, which seemed to be a cutoff point. Any application submitted brfore then would have been considered under the old rules, but I don´t think the pass mark was raised until Jue 2001, and fell in the gap.

So when I applied it was 70, and when I was assessed it was 75, and I got 73.

I wrote to them, when the pass mark was lower, but they said that those were the rules.

I have since replied after learning French, so I have 76 points, but I am worried that reciept number is the same, so it has been put with my failed attempt.

I had hoped that I resurrect my old application.

Cheers,

Andy

[26-06-2004,08:56]
andy
Passing mark is now 67!! (in reply to: Chasing up an application.)
I do not get it because passing mark is now 67...unless your post is very old...
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