Interview waiver, what next

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Subject: Interview waiver, what next
I got my interview waiver letter, informed through my agent. What next?? What is the duration from now on and what are the things that I have to be careful about (such as meeting deadlines etc etc). Just a brief feedback would suffice. Thanks.
[15-09-2004,00:28]
Azha1
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When you submitted your application? When you got your AOR?
[15-09-2004,00:37]
Asif
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You have to do nothing but wait and wait.
[15-09-2004,01:52]
bruce
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Hi,
You have to wait till your Background check gets over. After that, you will receive a PP request and that would be the end of phase-1. Phase-2 would start after landing in Canada.

[15-09-2004,03:22]
sanrup
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What phase-2 are u talking about? Is this what CIC says or is this just your own idea? As far as I´ve known, landing is already the end of the tunnel, bro.
[15-09-2004,03:41]
dokken
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Thank you guys. So, I just do the medical, apply for PCC and hang on....until I hear from CHC?? Is that you mean??
[15-09-2004,07:44]
Azha1
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Hi dokken,

Sorry for the confusion.

It has nothing to do with immigration. Phase-1 means applicant´s struggle with the immigration process and Phase-2 is the struggle after landing.

[15-09-2004,12:52]
sanrup
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what are the background checks?
Does not a police clearence certificate do the job?

[17-09-2004,16:06]
xbax

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