IEC to Express Entry CEC-Implied status

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Re: IEC to Express Entry CEC-Implied status
« Reply #15 on: November 22, 2016, 10:25:56 AM »
It is relevant because it's the date you submit your application that you must qualify. So, if you are worried about submitting the application before you have the full 12 months work experience, can you not wait until you do and submit it then? You will meet the requirement within the 90 days, right?

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Re: IEC to Express Entry CEC-Implied status
« Reply #16 on: November 23, 2016, 09:49:26 AM »
Hi Riley,

Well according to CIC below, it is not really clear if that's the case, they say your profile is locked when you submit your e-APR, but then they state that the officer will determine if you don't qualify at the time you were issued an ITA...!!!

This is really confusing.

The only reason I am worried, is because I am on implied status, and I am worried that I will get a work permit refusal letter before I complete the 12 months experience required, hence the dilemma should I risk it and apply like others did once they got their ITA even though they were missing a month OR should I risk it and wait until I complete 12 months and then accept an ITA and submit e-APR.

I understand the second option is safer, and the first one is a gamble, what is your thoughts in this matter?



"Under section A11.2, an officer may not issue a visa to an applicant who did not or does not meet the Express Entry minimum entry criteria (MEC) or did not or does not possess the qualifications for which they received their CRS score at the time when
the Invitation to Apply (ITA) was issued; or
the e-APR was received by IRCC.

When reviewing an application, processing offices must determine if

the applicant possesses the qualifications that they declared in their e-APR, as corroborated by the applicant’s supporting documentation; and
when the applicant submits their e-APR, the information provided in their Express Entry profile has not materially changed to the degree that the applicant would not have been issued an ITA in that round of invitations.
Accordingly, officers should refuse an application under section A11.2 if it is determined that

at the time of the ITA or e-APR, the applicant did not or does not meet the MEC, which includes the requirements of the program to which they were invited to apply; or
the applicant’s recalculated CRS score has fallen below that of the lowest-ranked candidate invited to apply in that round of invitations.
When an applicant submits an e-APR to CIC, the information in their application is locked, and their CRS score at the time of their application is recorded in GCMS."

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/tools/perm/express/refuse.asp



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Re: IEC to Express Entry CEC-Implied status
« Reply #17 on: November 23, 2016, 10:44:26 AM »
Hi again,
I'm sorry to say that this is getting well out of my area of knowledge. I'm not one of the consultants, just the forum admin. I'm really not sure what you will do. All I can say is I think you really should speak to one of our consultants, or another consultant or lawyer, and they have handled these situations before and can advise you on what you need to do far better than I can, and they can hopefully assuage your fears.

Sorry.

Riley

 

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