I got a mail today asking for resubmission of biometrics . I have given biometrics on 16th July. Now got a new appointment at ASC on 26 th August. Will this delay my application process or it will be processed as soon as I give my biometrics.
I am currently in Canada as visitor and I have nominated by the province with LMIA exampt work Permit.
I have applied work permit inside Canada but I got refused and they said apply on another country.
Is it possible can I apply work permit through visa application centre in New York,USA.
What are the possibilities to approve please guide me.
Biometrics for WP at Point of Entry (POE) from IRCC
I am currently in US snd my Canada WP application was filled in March 2020 and i got the BIL generated within next week. But unfortunately due to COVID, all the ASCs were shut and the one nearest to me was closed on the very day when i went. I was waiting for them reopen and finally got it completed on 07/27. Interestingly, on the same day my employer forwarded me a note where it seems the IRCC has sent a notification that due to unexpected COVID delays, I can give the biometrics at the POE while entering Canada. Now that i have already given biometrics at ASC and has IRCC's exemption to give biometrics at POE, I am slightly confused on the next steps. Any one has similar experience like mine?
I am waiting for my biometric letter from IRCC for a work permit. But when I go to the appointment site for ASCs I cannot find any appointment at any ASC in California. Both the VACs are also closed until further notice. I called USCIS and they said they are not accepting walk-ins at ASCs due to Covid19. This means I cannot give biometrics as I cannot see any appointment slots. I have been checking daily for the last 1 week and I do not see any slots available. Is anyone going through the same experience ? Any ideas if I can walk-in to an ASC and provide biometrics. I have checked so far 22 ASCs in California and none of them have any open slots. I am panicking that I will not be able to give any biometrics and not be able to move to Canada to join the new job.
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