While many of our clients applying for Canadian permanent residence in the skilled worker category are approved without the requirement of an interview, when interviews are scheduled, we prepare our clients for their interview. Prior to June 2002, language ability was assessed at the interview. Since June 2002, however, language ability is assessed primarily on the basis of IELTS or TEF results for English and French respectively. The function of the interview, therefore, is to examine any or all of the potential Canadian Immigrant’s education, employment history, relationships, or to screen for potential security issues. It is best to be prepared by having one’s original documents organized and readily accessible for the Canadian Immigration visa officer when required. At times, Canadian Immigration visa officers may appear unpleasant or aggressive in their questioning, however it is best to answer honestly, calmly and completely to all questions posed to have the best chance for success at the interview.
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