Immigration Case Tracking
What happens after my case is submitted?
Once the application is submitted, it will move through various stages of
processing at the visa office. The main stages are Acknowledgement of Receipt,
Paper Screening, Selection Interview or Waiver decision, Selection Interview date
(if required), issuance of Medical Examinations, and issuance of visas.
How do I keep track of what is going on in my case?
Members of Emigrant.ca can use the i3MS to keep close track of their application through
these stages, determine how their cases compare to other applicants at their own visa
office and other visa offices worldwide, and receive alerts if their case processing is
delayed beyond published service standards.
How do I know if my application is "off track" at the visa office?
Knowing how other cases are processing at the same visa office, and staying aware of
the changes to published service standards are the best ways to ensure that your case
is being processed as quickly as possible at a visa office. Emigrant.ca
provides individual applicants with the data that they require to stay aware
of this information, and with automatic alerts in the case that their applications
are not being processed normally.
Who is the best person to track my application for Canadian immigration?
You have the greatest vested interest in making sure that your application is being
processed quickly. While a representative may have access to the same information
that you can obtain via Diycanadaimmigration.com, allocation of resources by such
representatives are intended to maximize profitability, and not maintaining optimal
contact with your application.