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GcmsNotes.com and CaipsNotes.com is the service for those who applied for a Canadian visa (Immigration, Student, Visitor or Work visa). Founded in 2002, this service allows applicants to obtain information contained in their visa file. This visa file is often referred to as CAIPS or GCMS. It is the most comprehensive and up-to-date information that can be legally obtained from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

Apply CAIPS & GCMS Notes from IRCC at GcmsNotes.com Safe, secure & online since 2002

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Is it safe to request GCMS Notes?

Is it safe to request GCMS Notes?

APPLIED FOR CANADA VISA? Get CAIPS Notes & GCMS Notes from IRCC at https://GcmsNotes.com Safe, secure & online since 2002

Yes, it is 100% safe, legal and a secure way to obtain information. It is stated by law that every GCMS order should be processed unbiased with no restriction and no negative effect on an applicant’s situation. It means that any applicant can order GCMS Notes as many times as one needs it. In fact, it is the safest and easiest way of tracking of your Canada visa application status and also help you to prepare for an interview or have necessary documents ready for the upcoming processing stage.

The GCMS Notes are issued under the Access to Information and Privacy Act (ATIP). ATIP is a federal law that allows for access to information from any government institution. Due to information security beware from where you get GCMS Notes. You should get your GCMS Notes through a reputable firm which operates in strict compliance with the The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) and keeps your personal information secure.

Read the full post at https://gcmsnotes.com/what-are-gcms-notes-and-how-do-you-request/

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How will GCMS Notes help me?

How will GCMS Notes help me?

APPLIED FOR CANADA VISA? Get CAIPS Notes & GCMS Notes from IRCC

How will GCMS Notes help me?

GCMS used by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is a single, integrated and worldwide system used internally to process applications for citizenship and immigration services. The GCMS Notes are the only accurate way of providing a detailed record of an applicant’s file, including detailed notes on the progress of your application, your case history from the day you have applied for your visa which also includes officers’ analysis, reasoning and notes of your file at each stage. Overall, it provides valuable information on the current status and future processing of your Canadian Visa application. In summary GCMS Notes are helpful with the following;

Lets you know the status of your visa application
Lets you know if your representative is doing his/her job
Helps your prepare for interview and gather documents
Understand visa refusal reasons

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Applied for a Canada visa?

Applied for a Canada visa?

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GCMS (Global Case Management System) is a software system used by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to process immigration and citizenship applications.

​The system contains a detailed record of each applicant’s file, including correspondence to and from IRCC, documents received from the applicant, detailed notes from the officers reviewing the file, and other relevant information.

GCMS Notes provide valuable information on the current status and future processing of your application for Canadian Visa cases such as Express Entry applications, tourist visas, Study and Work permits.

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Keep your GCMS information secure.

Keep your GCMS information secure.

Keep your GCMS information secure. Learn more at https://gcmsnotes.com

Be careful in disclosing your information to third parties when you get GCMS

Identity theft, or the theft of personal information, can be the starting point to a range of crimes — from financial fraud and forgery to abuse of government programs. The thief only needs a small amount of information, as little as your name and birth date, to start building their new identity and committing fraud. Once they access your personal information, identity thieves can also:

spend money from your accounts
open new bank accounts
change your passwords and contact information for your online accounts
apply for loans, credit cards and benefits in your name
rent an apartment or car
commit other crimes using your credentials

That is why combating identity theft requires safeguarding your information even before you arrive in Canada. Be careful in disclosing your information to third parties when you get GCMS. Make sure they are in compliance with Canadian laws and take the time to understand their security practices and privacy policies. Your GCMS Notes contains sensitive information, keep it secure.

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How long does it take to get GCMS Notes?

IRCC has 30 days to respond to a formal request for GCMS Notes. However, this period may be extended if:

the request is for a large number of records, or
the officers have been overloaded with the number of pending requests.

Read the full post at https://gcmsnotes.com/what-are-gcms-notes-and-how-do-you-request/

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What is the best time to order?

If you have not received your Acknowledgment of Receipt (AOR) then your GCMS Notes will probably not have been created yet – in which case the GCMS Notes will come back blank. So its best to request GCMS Notes when you receive your AOR. However, sometimes there can be delays in sending out AOR’s and obtaining your GCMS Notes can confirm whether the visa office has started processing the application or not.

For permanent residence (PR) applications, you can order GCMS Notes as soon as the R10 completeness checks stage. R10 refers to Regulation 10 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, and is the phase of the processing of your application where IRCC checks that all the information and documentation is complete. This stage is usually done within 1 month of applying to IRCC. The right time to order GCMS notes for PR applications would be around on the 2nd to 3rd months after applying.

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What is CBSA Travel History Report

What is CBSA Travel History Report

A Travel History Report is a record of a traveller’s entries, exits or both into Canada. This information is collected by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). When requesting your Travel History Report, you must indicate whether you are seeking your exit information, your entry information, or both. Exit information is limited and will only be included when specifically requested.

Traveller entry information is available for entries made on or after August 1, 2000 by all travellers entering Canada.

The CBSA began collecting traveller exit information on foreign nationals (excluding U.S. citizens) entering the United States from Canada on June 30, 2013. As of July 11, 2019, the CBSA collects exit information on all travellers (including Canadian and U.S. citizens) in the land mode. Exit data may also be requested through the Travel History Report,

Highway Passage Reports may also be requested; however, they indicate only that a specific licence plate has been recorded, and do not show the people travelling in the vehicle. To get a highway passage report, provide the licence plate number and a copy of the vehicle’s ownership.

Learn more at read the full post at https://gcmsnotes.com/what-is-cbsa-travel-history-report/

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Questions to ask your Canada Immigration Consultant

Questions to ask your Canada Immigration Consultant

This Q&A guide provides you the right questions to ask your Immigration Consultant before accepting their services. The questions are intended as a guide only and have been adapted from the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC)

Remember to always check the ICCRC online public register to confirm the status of your Canada Immigration Consultant before signing any contract.

How experienced are you?
The Immigration Consultant will tell you:

how long they have been licensed
other past immigration-related experience
areas they specialize in
what types of clients they have served
If they are experienced with cases like yours, they might be able to tell you:

how long the process will take
issues you may encounter in the application process
possible outcomes
I have been refused in the past, can you help?
To get the best service possible, you should let your Immigration Consultant know about past refusals and the reasons for the refusal.
The Immigration Consultant will provide a new strategy on how to submit your application and explain how your history of refusals may affect the chances of success.

What services am I paying for?
The Immigration Consultant will provide you with a contract (retainer agreement) that lists:

what work they will do
how much you will pay and when (i.e. in advance or when services are completed)
any deposits and if any part is refundable
services and cost of other professionals hired (lawyers, translators etc.)

If anything in the retainer agreement is not clear, ask for more explanation in writing. You should understand every service you are paying for. There should not be any “hidden” fees that occur after signing your retainer agreement.

Who will be working on my application?
During the process, other people in addition to your Immigration Consultant might be working on your file.

You should know:

your main contact
the staff, agents, Immigration Consultants or lawyers working on your file and their roles and responsibilities
Do I have to pay for all my applications up front?
The Immigration Consultant will provide a list of each type of application, the cost of each application, and the payments due at each stage of the application.

You should not be required to fully pay for an application that depends on the success of another application. In addition, if you are on a monthly payment plan, be sure you are only paying for service fees due at that time.

Can I pay you by the hour?
The Immigration Consultant may or may not offer a per hour rate service. If it is offered, the rate per hour will be outlined in your retainer agreement.

The Immigration Consultant will provide an estimated number of hours dedicated to preparation, submission, monitoring and ongoing communication, based on your individual case.

Can you help me find a job?
While immigrating and finding a job in Canada are often tied together, they may require different representatives. In addition to your Immigration Consultant, you may need to work with a licensed recruiter.

No one should charge you fees for finding a job: not the employer, not the recruiter, not the Immigration Consultant.

For you to work in Canada, your future employer must submit a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) application to the Government of Canada.

If you have retained a new representative, you can sign a new IMM 5476 Use of a Representative Form and have your new representative request your documents and details for accessing your immigration application.

Do you receive a commission working with the employer/school?
Immigration Consultants must abide by a Code of Professional Ethics. That Code requires that Immigration Consultants tell you:

if they are receiving money or benefits from someone else to work on your immigration application
if their business interests might oppose yours
What happens if I cancel my contract? Will you refund my money?
The refund policy in your signed retainer agreement will determine when you can get your money back. In general:

if your application has been submitted and you are awaiting a decision, a refund may not be reasonable
if your application has not yet been submitted, you could receive a partial refund for work not yet completed

The Immigration Consultant is obligated to return your original documents and provide any information that you may need to continue with your application.

If you have retained a new representative, you can sign a new IMM 5476 Use of a Representative Form and have your new representative request your documents and details for accessing your immigration application.

Why are your fees more expensive?
Fees may be affected by factors such as years of experience, number of working hours dedicated to your file, complexity of your case or the need for other professional services.

HELPFUL TIPS
1. Verify your Immigration Consultant’s status on our online public register.

  1. Check disciplinary notices in our Complaints and Professional Conduct section.

  2. Ask your Immigration Consultant for references.

  3. Read reviews on your Immigration Consultant.

  4. Compare Immigration Consultant fees.

  5. Get directly in touch with the Immigration Consultant handling your application. Always use the contact information on our online public register.

  6. Contact your employer/school directly for any questions about your job or study program.

Visit https://gcmsnotes.com/questions-to-ask-your-canada-immigration-consultant/ to download the Q&A in pdf format

  • GcmsNotes.com and CaipsNotes.com is the service for those who applied for a Canadian visa (Immigration, Student, Visitor or Work visa). Founded in 2002, this service allows applicants to obtain information contained in their visa file. This visa file is often referred to as CAIPS or GCMS. It is the most comprehensive and up-to-date information that can be legally obtained from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).

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