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08 October 2013

Centralized Intake Office Response Letter

On July 01 2013, I sent my application package to the Centralized Intake Office (CIO) in Nova Scotia, Canada through the help of DHL.  The package was received on 08 July 2013.  Then I waited...

08 October 2013, exactly 3 months after, I received an email from the Centralized Intake Office (CIO).  I was very excited to read it and even looked outside my window to let me realize that I'm not dreaming.

The email is in the form of a letter, below the date is my UCI and my application number, and a statement as follows:

"Based on a review of the information you have provided, your application has received a positive determination of eligibility to be processed on the basis of work experience in an occupation specified in the Instructions issued by the Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism and published in the Canada Gazette on May 4, 2013.  However a final decision on your eligibility to be selected as a federal skilled worker will be made by a visa office."

What to Do Next?
The CIO will be sending my application to the visa office of the country that I'm in, which is the Canadian Embassy in Singapore.  It did not say when but I'm sure they will send me a corresponding letter for further processing, I hope it would be the soonest.

I need to save another budget for the processing of my Singapore Police Clearance.  The cost will be $45.00 dollars per application. 

But, before processing this clearance, I have to secure a letter from the Canadian visa office requesting for the Certificate of Clearance (COC).  Singapore Police Force will not issue the COC without the supporting letter.

With regards to the COC requirements, you can visit the Singapore Police Website.

For the meantime, I need to get a Philippine NBI clearance for me and my wife. My friends told me that I can get it in the Duty Free Philippines near the NAIA airport.  Let's see if they are right about it.

The ultimate and continuous process that I have to do next is to maintain my health because a medical request will be handed to me soon.

Follow me to my pursuit of moving to Canada.  Hoping for the Best!

Other Related Posts:
Years of Experience to be Eligible for the Federal Skilled Worker Canada
When to Take the IELTS for the FSW

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