In some cases you may see something like “Refund to be processed by IPRMS”. IPRMS stands for “Integrated Payment Revenue Management System” – the department responsible, as the name implies, for processing client payments (and refunds as well).
Quite often immigration officers use abbreviations CDA and COR in their reasoning, for example: Weak ties to COR – not satisfied would leave CDA at the end of authorized stay These two abbreviations are quite simple: CDA stands for Canada, and COR stands for country of residence. They are used mostly in processing TRV applications.
In a GCMS file PHEP stands for photos, height, eye color and passport. This is the information and documents requested from an applicant at the very last stage of file processing, when it is nearing successful finalization. A simple form is sent to an applicant, which he has to fill providing information about height and […]
If MAU in mentioned in your GCMS file, it means the “medical admissibility unit”. Similarly, CMAU means “centralized medical admissibility unit”. These structural entities are responsible for assessing the results of medical examinations and making decisions about candidates’ admissibility. The Centralized Medical Admissibility Unit is located in Ottawa, Canada.
If you decide to request your GCMS notes once again, you may ask yourself if the already signed consent form can be re-used for that purpose. Some returning clients send consent forms they have used previously, but unfortunately such forms cannot be accepted due to the fact that a signed consent form is only valid […]
Application forwarded to DIPM for further assessment Notes like the one above can appear in your GCMS report. You may see abbreviation DIPM as well as IPM in a file. What does DIPM mean? It’s simple: IPM stands for Immigration Program Officer. DIPM stands for Deputy Immigration Program Officer. When you see that an application […]
Our primary method of payment is PayPal. It is available in most countries and can be used to securely process credit cards and other types of payments. You do not have to have a PayPal account to order GCMS at visafile.info – PayPal is available for users not having accounts in the system. For clients that […]
AFU stands for anti-fraud unit. Anti-fraud units work with applications where misrepresentation is suspected. For example, an officer may forward an application to the anti-fraud unit if he or she thinks that some documents are not genuine, requesting AFU to verify applicant’s employment, family relationship etc. AFU then takes measures to establish if documents and/or […]
We are often asked when exactly GCMS notes are generated after the request is submitted to CIC. Given that it takes several weeks to receive GCMS notes, the actual report can be generated at any time during this period, and applicants often try to request GCMS notes to view very recent case updates, such as […]
In many cases applicants run into difficulties with their applications. You may receive request for additional documents, have an interview scheduled, or even receive a so called procedural fairness letter, which means that your application is going to be refused and you are given the very last chance to address officer’s concerns. In a stressful […]