The office scheduling the hearing would need to create the judge as a resource. This is especially so if the judge in question is not already a resource for that office at the time. For completing this, the officers would need to follow the instructions given in the Global Case Management System (GCMS). When naming
Operational Bulletin 376 – January 19, 2012 The Procedures Applicable for Issuing Refunds for Applications Submitted Under the First Set of Ministerial Instructions (MI-1) to Applicants in the Global Case Management System (GCMS) Issue On occasions, officers might need to issue refunds of the cost recovery fee payment for Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) applications. This
Prior to issuing the visa to the applicant, officers would need to perform various activities. For instance, they would need to verify that the authorities have not revoked or cancelled the positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). For this, they would need to review the relevant details given in the Global Case Management System (GCMS).
Applicants would typically submit their electronic Applications for Permanent Residence (e-APRs) in their MyCIC accounts. Here, the system records the date of receipt of the application in the Global Case Management System (GCMS). Thereafter, the system automatically issues an Acknowledgement of Receipt letter to the applicant through their MyCIC accounts. For the Federal Skilled Trades
Express Entry candidates bear the responsibility for ensuring that their Express Entry profile is accurate and updated at all times. The Global Case Management System (GCMS) automatically records the applicant’s Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score (refer to Appendix C) when: Provinces and territories (PTs) issue Invitations to Apply (ITAs) (refer to Appendix E) and, Applicants