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Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by kike100: 11:36am On Dec 04, 2014
Hi peeps,

FAQ on express entry, very explanatory!!!

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/media/notices/2014-12-01.asp#20

Hmmmmm for the points sha ooo
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by guy1234: 3:00pm On Dec 04, 2014
Any sept 17 - 23 applicant in the house? Did anyone got charged on this forum within this period?
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by crazyinlove: 3:08pm On Dec 04, 2014
Hi guys,
Good day. Please I have a question. After submission, how long does it take for your account to be debitted.
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by crazyinlove: 3:34pm On Dec 04, 2014
Also, How can one know when the application package has been received and subsequent tracking.
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by Nobody: 4:10pm On Dec 04, 2014
Is the financial requirement for the other program same as in the express entry program? @solomonwis, ferdimako and co
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by guy1234: 6:27pm On Dec 04, 2014
crazyinlove:
Also, How can one know when the application package has been received and subsequent tracking.

If u have used a courier, just track your package if it's delivered, you will see the status and the name of the staff that signed d application in. That shows it's been received.

After then, you'll start waiting till you are charged, that is on the condition that your application is complete and has all the documents needed and all forms filled correctly.

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Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by guy1234: 6:29pm On Dec 04, 2014
crazyinlove:
Hi guys,
Good day. Please I have a question. After submission, how long does it take for your account to be debitted.

With observed trend, around 12 weeks after submission, but with realities on ground now, you can be expecting charging from 8 weeks or less
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by tola73(m): 6:31pm On Dec 04, 2014
guy1234:
Any sept 17 - 23 applicant in the house? Did anyone got charged on this forum within this period?
Some Sept 26 applicant with credit card payment are being debited
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by Nobody: 7:05pm On Dec 04, 2014
jennykadry:
Is the financial requirement for the other program same as in the express entry program? @solomonwis, ferdimako and co
I believe so but things are sketchy now. From January, we will know them. If not favorable, Oz will have me finally.
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by Danchiks(m): 7:34pm On Dec 04, 2014
zaliya:
I finally mailed my applications yesterday through courier (DHL). It cost me #21,550! It takes 5 working days to get to Canada.


...but I found out I did not declare any asset or liabilities. I only stated the settlement funds required. Does it affect anything?

Thanks.

It's quite on the high side. I used UPS and paid #18,500 within 3 days my documents were in Canada.

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Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by crazyinlove: 8:39pm On Dec 04, 2014
guy1234:


With observed trend, around 12 weeks after submission, but with realities on ground now, you can be expecting charging from 8 weeks or less
Ok. Thanks for the info
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by Kennahselah: 10:07pm On Dec 04, 2014
Hi. Please could someone tell me if this is a major problem.....

My spouse and I took IELTS. I took General while he took Academic. We both did very well (8 and 9). However, the guidelines state that the IELTS required is General. I am the Principal applicant and my IELTS is general. Would our application be adversely affected if my spouse' test result is Academic? Kindly advice please.
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by Nobody: 1:20am On Dec 05, 2014
Kennahselah:
Hi. Please could someone tell me if this is a major problem.....

My spouse and I took IELTS. I took General while he took Academic. We both did very well (8 and 9). However, the guidelines state that the IELTS required is General. I am the Principal applicant and my IELTS is general. Would our application be adversely affected if my spouse' test result is Academic? Kindly advice please.
You guys can't use his. He retakes the GT version if you need his 5 points.
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by Demiyike: 7:19am On Dec 05, 2014
Is there anyone expecting their evaluation from Wes.My hubby evaluation had been dispatched since the 2nd but ups according to the tracking schedule said they had exceptional delay. Had to call ups here and was told there was an airport strike in Germany. I don't know what to do thats the only thing delaying the application.Should we tell WES. send another valuation with another courier ?
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by Nobody: 7:34am On Dec 05, 2014
Demiyike:
Is there anyone expecting their evaluation from Wes.My hubby evaluation had been dispatched since the 2nd but ups according to the tracking schedule said they had exceptional delay. Had to call ups here and was told there was an airport strike in Germany. I don't know what to do thats the only thing delaying the application.Should we tell WES. send another valuation with another courier ?


The airport strike is currently affecting all mails passing through Europe to other parts of the world. The same thing is currently affecting my ECA too sent via TNT whose current location is in London when tracked.
Hold on a little pls..... Oyinbo strike can't be protracted compared to our own strike here.

If you notify Wes to send another ECA, IT WOULD STILL PASS THROUGH EUROPE before getting to Nigeria.

Chill pill 1000mg pls

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Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by Demiyike: 7:42am On Dec 05, 2014
Na wa o am just surprised cause I received a letter on Tuesday from Canada and it passed through London .though it was fedex used
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by Nobody: 8:46am On Dec 05, 2014
Demiyike:
Na wa o am just surprised cause I received a letter on Tuesday from Canada and it passed through London .though it was fedex used


Some courier companies performed " recovery actions " of some mails ( letters n documents ) , slated for customs check @ these European airports. That's y you could get a letter from Canada via London.

Large parcels n packages must undergo customs check.

Be hopeful that UPS will extract your mail from customs queue and forward it to you.

TNT already updated my status online saying " recovery actions underway"
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by laraode: 8:52am On Dec 05, 2014
Good morning house

I have a very urgent and pressing question.
what suffice as a proof of funds?
must you provide a fixed deposit letter or your printed statements will just do?

pls help
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by HenryIX: 9:05am On Dec 05, 2014
laraode:
Good morning house

I have a very urgent and pressing question.
what suffice as a proof of funds?
must you provide a fixed deposit letter or your printed statements will just do?

pls help




Either of the two, or both together. Depends on how much you have in either. If one has enough funds in one to meet the required amount, then you don't need the other.
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by Highlyfavoured3: 12:11pm On Dec 05, 2014
3 days is very impressive, which state did you send your package from?
quote author=Danchiks post=28596744]

It's quite on the high side. I used UPS and paid #18,500 within 3 days my documents were in Canada.
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Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by laraode: 12:20pm On Dec 05, 2014
Thanks @ Henry
Another question o! in the question for stating assets and liabilities, do i need to provide evidence of that too or all i need to do is just state what is my total assets and liabilites
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by Highlyfavoured3: 12:45pm On Dec 05, 2014
Danchiks

It's quite on the high side. I used UPS and paid #18,500 within 3 days my documents were in Canada.
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3 days is very impressive, which state did you send your package from? And which ups package did you use that costs 18,500. thx
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by HenryIX: 1:38pm On Dec 05, 2014
laraode:
Thanks @ Henry
Another question o! in the question for stating assets and liabilities, do i need to provide evidence of that too or all i need to do is just state what is my total assets and liabilites

Just convert your total proof of funds to canadian dollars and put in the figure in the assets column and total column.
The evidence is your proof of fund (either statement of account and/or your investment certificate)
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by Fingertips(f): 4:51pm On Dec 05, 2014
guy1234:


If u have used a courier, just track your package if it's delivered, you will see the status and the name of the staff that signed d application in. That shows it's been received.

After then, you'll start waiting till you are charged, that is on the condition that your application is complete and has all the documents needed and all forms filled correctly.

My application was received on Nov. 17th but my proof of delivery showed signed for by 'blank'. There was no name. Should i be worried? However, I mailed dhl support to tell me who exactly signed for the package.
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by HenryIX: 5:20pm On Dec 05, 2014
Fingertips:


My application was received on Nov. 17th but my proof of delivery showed signed for by 'blank'. There was no name. Should i be worried? However, I mailed dhl support to tell me who exactly signed for the package.

Same shoes we are in bro. Mine also showed blank. I guess it was delivered. Problem could be DHL's.
I am not worried anyway. Sent mine on 25th Nov.
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by misspink: 5:35pm On Dec 05, 2014
@UPS and the airport strike, i pray the problem is resolved fast as time factor is now key.
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by pickabeau1: 5:40pm On Dec 05, 2014
scrollmeout

how far
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by Danchiks(m): 7:52pm On Dec 05, 2014
Highlyfavoured3:
3 days is very impressive, which state did you send your package from?
quote author=Danchiks post=28596744]

It's quite on the high side. I used UPS and paid #18,500 within 3 days my documents were in Canada.

I sent in my documents from Lagos, Nigeria using UPS Saver.
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by scrollmeout(m): 9:27pm On Dec 05, 2014
pickabeau1:
scrollmeout

how far

Hi pickabeau,

I plan to send my package tomorrow. I have been gathering new documents, especially my BC from National Population Commision etc. I have one question please.

Can someone please confirm

ECONOMIC CLASSES FORM Section 11

(a) Assets = Value of all your properties and assets (including unencumbered funds)

(b) Liabilities = Debts

(c) Settlement funds = Unencumbered funds at you disposal (especially your bank statement)


Is this true? @Slya, Damkollins please comment too
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by damkollins(m): 10:16pm On Dec 05, 2014
scrollmeout:


Hi pickabeau,

I plan to send my package tomorrow. I have been gathering new documents, especially my BC from National Population Commision etc. I have one question please.

Can someone please confirm

ECONOMIC CLASSES FORM Section 11

(a) Assets = Value of all your properties and assets (including unencumbered funds)

(b) Liabilities = Debts

(c) Settlement funds = Unencumbered funds at you disposal (especially your bank statement)


Is this true? @Slya, Damkollins please comment too
The settlement of funds is the most important so I always advice applicants not to give too much importance to assets and liabilities so that they do not put themselves into bottleneck .
My advice (it worked for me so it's a personal opinion ) is the your evidence of POF figure is your settlement of fund .....and like you say,it's your unencumbered cash inform of statement of account and/or pension fund and/or bank certificate letter.
Use black pen to write $0.0000 on the liabilities designated column.
In the case of assets ,you can leave it blank or put same figure as your settlement of fund there .
Either way,you will be fine .
Cheers.
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by Kevinoh: 10:17pm On Dec 05, 2014
Guys pls I got a disturbing txt msg frm British Council this morning that my result has been picked for quality assessment purpose shocked

I have been worried all day considering time is no longer on my side as this happens to be my only outstanding document before I can send my package across cry

Pls has anyone come across such before? What does this mean? What could have gone wrong

So many questions, I am so uneasy right now.
Re: Canadian Federal Skilled Worker Program-timelines Here by pickabeau1: 10:18pm On Dec 05, 2014
Good one scrollmeout

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