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HK VO 还给我发了一份电子版的取签信
emily 2009-03-03 18:23

2.9DM,由于没有在10天内收到PL,所以发邮件要求VO扫描取签信给我,没想到VO昨天给我发了电子版的取签信,尽管纸质取签信在28日收到了,但看见这个电子取签信,还是挺激动的,:wdb6:

朱三雀 2009-03-03 18:28

ROW 还是挺好的人啊。

弄花香满衫 2009-03-03 18:42

还8错,赞一个^_^

AURÉLIE 2009-03-03 18:49

历经42个月。你和jiajia1717是同期的。不知道VO是否一样
恭喜~

forever 2009-03-03 19:01

GXGX

kamalzheng 2009-03-03 19:11

恭喜恭喜!!!

天佑川人 2009-03-03 19:14

GX

robot_chen 2009-03-03 19:16

GXGXGX

cicizhou 2009-03-03 19:20

多的能让给其他人用就好了

哎。。。。

whybig 2009-03-03 19:31

GXGX.

jiajia1717 2009-03-03 20:43

同喜啦!我们都是42个月光荣毕业!准备何时去取签?

ysx11111 2009-03-03 21:03

恭喜!沾沾喜气!

CrazyApplicant 2009-03-03 21:49

引用:

作者: emily (帖子 3787527)
2.9DM,由于没有在10天内收到PL,所以发邮件要求VO扫描取签信给我,没想到VO昨天给我发了电子版的取签信,尽管纸质取签信在28日收到了,但看见这个电子取签信,还是挺激动的,:wdb6:

Millions of GX's

XiShuaShua 2009-03-03 21:59

引用:

作者: emily (帖子 3787527)
2.9DM,由于没有在10天内收到PL,所以发邮件要求VO扫描取签信给我,没想到VO昨天给我发了电子版的取签信,尽管纸质取签信在28日收到了,但看见这个电子取签信,还是挺激动的,:wdb6:


祝贺同年FN,同VO的emily,准备取签吧。我昨日已取回来了,上传了篇体会。

Andymike 2009-03-03 22:14

引用:

作者: emily (帖子 3787527)
2.9DM,由于没有在10天内收到PL,所以发邮件要求VO扫描取签信给我,没想到VO昨天给我发了电子版的取签信,尽管纸质取签信在28日收到了,但看见这个电子取签信,还是挺激动的,:wdb6:

恭喜楼主!!! 顺便沾点喜气儿. 相信我的VO也会这么好.

deepbluesea 2009-03-03 22:23

gxgx

flyingtocan 2009-03-04 08:56

GXGX

wflyer 2009-03-04 09:05

发现VO还挺怕你的,似乎每次询问必要回复,厉害啊,嘻嘻!

大胃贝克汉姆 2009-03-04 09:13

42个月~~~真是个恐怖的数字。

非洲之夜 2009-03-04 09:33

Emily, 能否帖出来看看?!

北美风光 2009-03-04 10:34

顶!

chrisz329 2009-03-04 10:37

恭喜:wdb6::wdb9:
引用:

作者: emily (帖子 3787527)
2.9DM,由于没有在10天内收到PL,所以发邮件要求VO扫描取签信给我,没想到VO昨天给我发了电子版的取签信,尽管纸质取签信在28日收到了,但看见这个电子取签信,还是挺激动的,:wdb6:


annieshenuk 2009-03-04 10:46

GXGX

snmcc 2009-03-04 11:29

gx

snowball 2009-03-04 19:37

太棒了,握手+拥抱!

emily 2009-03-04 20:04

引用:

作者: 非洲之夜 (帖子 3789609)
Emily, 能否帖出来看看?!

06-FEB-2009

FILE: B0000000

Dear Applicant,

Your permanent resident visa is ready for collection, as are those of your accompanying dependents if any.
Your visa(s) will expire on 23-JUNE-2009. You must travel to Canada before this date. If you fail to collect and use your visa(s) before this date, you will not be able to become a permanent resident as your visa(s) will be invalid and you will be required to start the entire procedure from the beginning of the process, including submitting a new application and fee. No extension to this date is possible.
As the principal applicant, you are required to collect the visa(s) in person, within 60 days of this letter’s date or before the expiry of your visa, whichever comes first. For security reasons, only you may pick up the visa(s). The total number of passports that you must submit is THREE. The only exception is for principal applicants under the age of 18 on the date of this letter, in which case a parent or guardian may pick up the visa for you. He/she has to present his/her own identity document and a legal document to prove his/her parental or guardian relationship to you, such as birth certificate, adoption certificate or guardianship certificate.
You may collect your visa(s) at this office any Monday to Thursday, with the exception of public holidays. Admittance to the waiting area will take place between 1:15 and 2:00 pm only. You will be required to present this letter, your passport, and the passports of all accompanying family members at that time. Normally the visa(s) will be issued by 5:00 that day. A list of the public holidays observed by this office can be viewed on our website: www.hongkong.gc.ca.
Please note:
- visa collection may be made by the principal applicant only, or if the principal applicant is under the age of 18, his/her parent or guardian; no other exceptions will be made in any circumstances. We will not respond to any correspondence requesting that an exception be made;
- you are not required to inform us of the date you choose to collect your visa(s);
- each passport must contain at least three (3) blank pages for visas and must be signed by the bearer;
- all visas will feature the passport numbers that you have provided for your file. If you present a new passport(s), a document replacement fee will be charged.
- same day service will normally be provided. However, should unforeseen difficulties arise, we will advise you once your visa(s) is/are ready for pick-up;
- you must report to this office in writing any changes in your travel documents, family configuration and marital status before attempting to collect your visa(s) and await further instructions. This includes all births, deaths, marriages, divorces, new custody arrangements and adoptions involving you and/or your dependants. If there are any changes, do not attempt to pick up your visa(s) with this pick-up letter as it will be deemed invalid. Any changes could result in the necessity of filing a new application and fee, and sponsorship if applicable.
- once passports have been handed to the receptionist, you may not leave the waiting room as you will not have proper documents to prove your legal status in Hong Kong. Given the number of clients, please allow the whole afternoon to have the passports returned to you;
- no follow-up or reminder letters will be sent and no extensions to visa validity will be granted. If you fail to collect the visas within 60 days and/or do not use them prior to their expiry, you will be required to submit a new application, pay new processing fees and qualify under the selection standards in force at that time in order to immigrate to Canada;
- your dependants, if any, are not required to accompany you to Hong Kong and, due to space restrictions, they will not be granted access to the waiting room if they do, nor will they be permitted to wait outside the waiting room. Please ensure, however, that you bring the passports of all family members who will receive visas;
- if you require a visa to travel to Hong Kong, it is your responsibility to contact the Hong Kong Immigration Department directly or visit their web site at http://www.immd.gov.hk/ehtml/hkvisas_4.htm for further information and to download the relevant application form.
Getting the Answers Now - Now that you are on your way to Canada, you will need to plan for your arrival using accurate and realistic information about the opportunities, challenges and difficulties that you might face. You will need to know how to find a place to live, schools for your children and medical services. You will need an understanding of Canadian customs and culture. You will also need work-related information about how to find a job and how to get your non-Canadian employment credentials and work experience recognized by prospective employers and professional organizations. Be aware that there is no guarantee that you will find work in your preferred occupation. The more you find out, and the more prepared you are before you move, the more you will be able to fully take part in Canada’s economy and society as well as be better prepared for the challenges.
Canada International, the Government of Canada’s primary internet site for international audiences, is your gateway to finding the information that you need to make key decisions to prepare yourself and your family for immigration and life in Canada. Go to www.canadainternational.gc.ca and select "Going to Canada" for this information.
This is a computer-generated letter which requires no signature.

非洲之夜 2009-03-05 09:52

谢谢Emily

kindchen 2009-03-05 09:58

GX,DX.:wdb6::wdb6:

北美风光 2009-03-05 10:08

谢谢!LZ

simplechen 2009-03-05 10:17

我也是ROW。。
不知道会不会这么NICE.。

duxinzhao44 2009-03-05 20:19

恭喜