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We were asked to provide a list of abbreviations and acronyms used in GCMS, FOSS and CAIPS system. Below you can find the most common abbreviations from case notes.

SEX

1 or M    male

2 or F      female

 

MARITAL STATUS

  1. single married
  2. widowed 4. divorced
  3. separated 6. common-law partner

 

OTHER NAME – FLAG

  1. Maiden name
  2. Son/daughter of
  3. other surname or different spelling
  4. other given name/different spelling or nickname
  5. spouse’s surname
  6. intended spouse’s surname

 

— MEDICAL DECISION –

  1. passed
  2. incomplete
  3. failed
  4. dependant failed
  5. not required

 

— FINAL DECISION –

  1. visa issued
  2. refused
  3. withdrawn

 

MEDICAL STATUS CODE

  1. Documents rec’d from physician, but not yet assessed
  2. Case furthered
  3. Pending review by Medical Advisory Board
  4. Pending decision by HQ
  5. Assessed and Finalized
  6. No document received for this family member

 

MEDICAL CODES

M1     Enter 01       M2          Enter 02

M3     Enter 03           M4          Enter 04

M5     Enter 05    M6          Enter 06

M7**   Enter 07    M1/9*    Enter 19

M2/3   Enter 23    M2/9*    Enter 29

M3/9*  Enter 39   M4/5      Enter 45

M4/6   Enter 46    M4/7** Enter 47

M5/6   Enter 56    M6/7** Enter 67

*Valid for EDE applicable cases only

** No longer valid as of EDE. Implementation date

 

PROVINCE

AB          Alberta

BC         British Columbia

MB        Manitoba

NB         New Brunswick

NF         Newfoundland

NS         Nova Scotia

NT         Northwest Territories

NU         Nunavut

ON         Ontario

PE  Prince Edward Island

PQ Quebec

SK Saskatchewan

YT Yukon

 

TEMPORARY RESIDENT COST RECOVERY CODES

FPA     Fee paid abroad.

FPM    Fee paid maximum rate (see A09}.

A01      Diplomats, consular officers, representatives  or officials of a foreign country or of the United Nations and any of its agencies, and their dependents.

A02      Armed forces personnel on official duty, and their dependents

A03      Clergymen, etc. 1n 19(1) (c).

A05      Persons, other than a member of a group of performing artists, coming into Canada who also require a study permit or a work permit

A06      Persons attending meetings hosted by UN Orgs, Canada, Organization of American States; and the Caribbean Development Bank.

A07      In transit for less than 48 hours

A09      Dependant of HOF coded FPM; all other  members of the same family will be considered exempt and their document coded ”A09″.

999      None of the above apply.

 

TEMPORARY WORKER

 

TEMPORARY WORKER COST RECOVERY CODES

FPA     Fee paid abroad.

FPC     Fee paid in Canada.

FPE      Fee paid at Port of Entry.

FPX     Head of group of 2-14 performing artists.

E01      Dependant of CR claimant in Canada.

E02      Temporarily destitute; participate in research, educational or training program; permit holder and dependant because of wart natural disaster or member of a designated religious/charitable, without pay

E03      Dependants of, diplomat consular officer or rep. of another country or UN & agency, armed forces, officer of foreign government working with fed. or prov. Gov.

E04      Reciprocal employment- artistic, cultural, education

E05      International student or young workers reciprocal program

E06      Citizens of Finland

E07      Rest of group where head is coded FPX.

E08      Application received prior to 03Feb1986

E09      U.S. government officials

E12      Victims of trafficking

999       None of the above applies

 

CASE TYPE – WORKERS

98         Seasonal workers (Mexico & the Caribbean)

26         National of communist country

24         Also has study permit

23         Entertainer

22         Official status

20         Usual worker case type

 

SYNTHETIC NOC CODES {OM OP 97-21)

9911.0  Student

9992.0  Retired

9970.0  Homemaker

9980.0  Dependant {Other than student)

9914.0  New Worker

9999.0  Open Work Permit

0001.0  Investor

0002.0  Entrepreneurs- Immigrants – IRPA

8888.0  Entrepreneurs- Temporary Residents

 

EXEMPTION CODES~ REGULATIONS (JULY 2002)               

T10      international Agreements

T21      NAFTA/CCFTA

T22      NAFTAICCFTA Investor

T23      NAFTA/CCFTA Professional

T24      NAFTAICCFTA Intra transferee

T33      GATS Professional

C10      Significant Benefit

C11      Entrepreneurs

C12      lntra company transfers

C13      Emergency repairs

C20      Reciprocal employment

C21      Youth exchange programs

C22      Exchange professors, visiting lecturers

C30      Research. educational or training

C41      Spouses of skilled worked

C42      Spouses of students

C43      Postgrad employment

C44      Postdoctoral Fellows and Award recipients

C50      Charitable or Religious Work

S61      Refugee Claimants      .

S62      Persons under unenforceable removal order

A70      Applicants in Canada

H81      Destitute students

H82      Holders of TR permit, minimum of 6 months

 

TEMPORARY WORKER. SPECIAL PROGRAMS     

EOP     Exotic Dancers

GAT    General Agreement on Trade in Services

lYP      International Youth Program

LCP     Uve in Caregiver Program

LSP      Low Skills Pilot Project

SAWP   Seasonal Agricultural Workers Program

SOP     Software Pilot Project

 

STUDENT LEVEL OF STUDY

01  Primary school

02  Secondary school

03  Trade school (see also 09)

04  University for Bachelor degree

05  University for Master’s degree

06  University for Doctorate

07  University.~ other studies

08  Other studies

09  CAAT, CEGEP or other postsecondary course lasting a year or more .

 

STUDENT COST RECOVERY CODES

FPA     fee paid abroad

FPC     fee paid in ‘Canada

FPE      fee paid at Port of Entry

FPO     tee paid by organization

S01        dependant of CR claimant in Canada

S03      diplomats etc. & dependants

S04      dependant of persons employed by Canadian religious or charitable orgs. Attending secondary school or less

S05         student seeking renewal of the study permit destitute through circumstances totally beyond the student’s control or of any person on whom the students dependent for financial resources

S06      student pursuant to agreement between Canada and a foreign government providing for reciprocal education at opportunities

999          None of the above apply

 

CASE TYPE – STUDENTS

36  national of communist country

34  also gets work permit

32  official status

30  student, N.ES.

08  U.$. Government ~ Dependant

07  U.S. Government employee

39  “Refused” applicant for permanent residence on Temporary Resident permit

38  under enforcement

37  under application (in Canada for landing)

 

STUDENT TERMS & CONDITIONS CODE

1    citizen of Statesman or •special Category country or going to school in Quebec.

NOTE: This code takes precedence over all others.

2    going to primary or secondary school

3    going to degree granting university

4    going to publicly funded postsecondary college

5    going to publicly funded post,. Secondary community college

6    going to publicly funded post-secondary technical school

7    going to privately funded postsecondary non degree granting institution

 

STUDENT SPECIAL PROGRAMS

CBIE    Canadian Bureau for international Education

CCAP  Caribbean Commonwealth Countries & Territories Program

COL     Colombo Plan

COOP  Cooperant

CRTA  Cost Recoverable Technical Assistance Program

CSFP   Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan

FASP   Independent French Speaking African States Program

LATP   Latin America Technical Assistance Program

OCTP  Other Commonwealth Countries & Territories Program

CIDA   Other CIDA Programs Not Specified

SCAAP Special Commonwealth African Aid Program

 

Sex

1 or M  male

2 or F   female

 

MARITAL STATUS

1    single

2    married

3    widowed

4    divorced

5    separated

6    common-law partner

 

HEIGHT CODE

(Height must be between 31 em and 268 em)

0    for unknown

1    for metric + height

2    for imperial + height

 

EYE COLOUR CODES

0    Unknown          3  brown      6  gray

1    black               4   green       7 other

2    blue                 5  hazel

 

HElGHT AND EYE COLOUR VALIDATION CODE

0    not defined

1    unknown

2    confirmed

3    estimated

 

NAME TAG

1    maiden name

2    son/daughter of

3    other surname or different spelling

4    other given name/different spelling or nickname

5    spouse’s surname

6    intended spouse’s surname

 

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE CODE

1    fluent in English

2    fluent in French

3    fluent both

4    fluent in neither

 

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFlCATlON CODE

00  none

01  secondary or less

02  format trade certificate, diploma or apprenticeship e.g., hairdresser

3    other non-university certifieate or dipfoma e.g. registered- nurse, dental technician

04  some university, no degree

5    bachelor’s degree or fks{P{9functional degree e.g.BA B.Ed., B.Eng., LLB/MD

06  some post graduate, no further degree

07  master’s degree

08  doctorate – PhD

 

SYNTHETIC CODES (OM OP 97-21)

9911.0  Student

9992.0  Retired

9970.0  Homemaker

99$0.0  Dependant (other than student)

9914.0  New Worker

9999.0  Open Work Permit

0001.0  Investor

0002.0  Entrepreneurs -Immigrants -IRPA

8888.0  Entrepreneurs- Temporary Residents

 

PILOT INDICATOR COPES (PERMANENT RESIDENT ONLY)

CN1     Control –     Independent class – London

CN2     Control –     Independent Class – Hong Kong

CN3     Control- Independent Class – New Delhi

PN1     Pilot – independent Class- London)

PN2     Pilot- independent Class – Hong Kong

PN3     Pilot- Independent Class- New Delhi

CFS     Control- Family Class- New Delhi

CF4      Control- Family Class- Singapore

PF3      Pilot- Family Class – New Delhi

PF4      Pilot- Family Class- Singapore

IF3 Imaging- Family Class New Delhi

 

PROVINCE

AB       Alberta

BC       British Columbia

MB      Manitoba

NB       New Brunswick

NF       Newfoundland

NS      Nova Scotia

NT       Northwest Territories

NU       Nunavut

ON       Ontario

PE       Prince Edward Island

PQ      Quebec

SK       Saskatchewan

YT        Yukon

 

FAMILY STATUS CODE

1    principal .applicant

2    dependent is spouse of principal applicant

3    neither 2,4 nor 6 apply

4    dependent is a child over 19 or relationship to principal applicant is GRANDSON or GRANDDAUGHTER (pre-Proclamation cases}

5    common-law partner

6    dependent is child over 22 or relationship to principal applicant is GRANDSON or GRANDDAUGHTER (post-Proclamation cases)

 

EMP- CODE

1    designated occupation

3    arranged employernent as minister or in family business

4    has EMP5056

 

ARRANGED EMPLOYMENT TYPE

  1. Holds Work Permit on the basis of an HRDC confirmation – R 82(2)(a)
  2. Holds Work Permit on the basis of an HRDC Confirmation – R 82(2)(b)
  3. HRDC permanent confirmation has been issued R82(2)(c)

MEDICAL STATUS CODE

R Documents rec’d from physician, but not yet assessed F Case furthered

B Pending. Review by Medical Advisory Board H Pending decision by HQ

A   Assessed and finalized

N   No document received for this family member

 

MEDICAL CODES                            

M1 enter 01             M2          Enter 02

M3 enter 03             M4          Enter.04

M5 enter 05             M6          Enter06

M7** enter 07         M1/9*     Enter 19

M2/3    enter 23       M219*    Enter29

M3/9*  enter 39       M415      Enter45

M4/6    enter 46       M4/7**   Enter47

M5/6    enter 56       M6/7**    Enter67

* Valid for EDE applicable cases only

**  No longer valid as of EOE implementation date

 

IMMIGRANT COST RECOVERY

FPA     fee paid abroad

FPC     fee paid in Canada

FPE      fee paid at Port of Entry

FPS      T11 decision pending- Quebec cases only

FPT      Paid abroad(Trans case-was withdrawn W; refund)

R01      CR or DC case

R02      Citizens of Finland

R03      Application commenced before 03/02/86

R04      found not to be a refugee

R05      reopened case. No change in previous citing

R07      Fee waived (transition case-had been refused)

R08      Fee waived (Trans case-was withdrawn no refund)

RPA     Refund processed abroad (appl. fee)

RPC     Refund processed in Canada (appl. fee)

999       none of the above apply

 

RIGHT OF PERMANENT RESIDENCE FEE

LFA     paid abroad

LFC     paid in Canada

LFD     payment deferred – non PO

LFN     not applicable

LFP      partial refund

LFQ     payment deferred”” Quebec

LFR     refund

LFS      supplementary payment

LLA     landing loan approved

LXR     exempt refugees (Effective May 3 .. 2006)

RFA     Residence Fee paid abroad

RFC     Residence Fee paid in Canada

RFR     Residence Fee refunded

 

(CAIPS OFFICES ONLY)

LFE      paid elsewhere

LFT      file transfer to another mission

LRC     refunded in Canada on F C refused case

 

TYPE OF CASE

2    Ordered Landed

3    Early Admission

7    19(1)(c), Order. In-Council

8    19(2)(a). Ministerial decision

 

REFUGEE SPECIAL PROGRAMS

OYW   One Year Window of Opportunity

UPX    Urgent Protection Program

AWR   Assistance to Women at Risk

REF     Convention Refugee Selected Abroad

SLB     Sierra Leone Blended Sponsorship Case

DFD    De Facto Dependant

KOF     Fast Track Kosovo Refugees

EXD    Bosnian-Detainees

FCS     Project Focus Afghanistan

WRP    Winnipeg Refugee Program

BLD     Blended Sponsorship

ORP     UCC Referral

G01      GPP Nairo-Somali

G02      GPP Nairo~Sudan

G03      2005 Somali Kakuma GAR

GP3     2005 Somati Kakuma PSR

MLO    Mae La on Camp, Thailand

TPE      Human Trafficking

 

REFERRAL ORGANIZATION (REFUGEE SPECIFIC)

NONE

UNHCR

USSTR  US safe third

AI  Amnesty tent

HIAS   Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society

 

IMMIGRATION CATEGORIES

FAMILY CLASS

FC1      Spouse

FC2      Fiancé(e) {pre-Proclamation cases only)

FC3      SQn/daughter

FC4      All parents and grandparents

FC5      Orphaned •brother/sister/nephew/niece Grandchild

FC6      Child to be adopted

FC7      Other relative

FC9      Child adopted by a Canadian citizen or

Permanent resident

(IRPA- Effective September 2002)

FCB     Guardianship

FCC     Common Law Partner

FCE     Conjugal Partner

FCH     Family Relationships- H&C

DESIGNATED CLASS

OC1     Government assistance required

OC2     Approved IMM1298 or tMM1344 on fHe

OC3     Sponsored by group or corporation

OC4     Self-supporting, government assistance not Required

DC5     Selected under joint assistance sponsorship

DC8     Refugee Claimants; designated class; backlog Claimants

 

INDEPENDANT IMMIGRANT

AR1     Brother/sister

AR4     Son/daughter

AR7     Other Assisted Relatives

EN2     Entrepreneur

SE2      Self emplead

ND2     Other independent immigrants

PV2     Provincial nominee processed abroad

 

SOURCE COUNTRY 

RS1      Government assistance required

RS3      Sponsored by group office or corporation for 12 Months (pre-Proclamation only}

RS4      Serf supporting, government assistance not Required           .

RS5      Special needs case selected under joint Assistance sponsorship

RSX     Sponsored by group or corporation for 12-24 Months (pre-Proclamation only)

 

(IRPA- EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 2002)

RSC     Source country with a Community Sponsorship

RSG     Source country sponsored by a Group Five.

RSS     Source country sponsored by a Sponsorship Agreement Holder (SAH).

 

ASYLUM COUNTRY

RA3     . Sponsored by group of five or corporation for 12 months (pre-Proclamation only)

RA4     Self-supporting, government assistance not required

RA5     Special needs case selected under joint   .   .

RAX    assistance sponsorship on an exceptional basis Sponsored by group or corporation for 12…24 months (pre-Proclamation only)

 

{IRPA- EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 2002}

RAC    Country of asylum with a Community  Sponsorship

RAG    Country of asylum sponsored by a Group of Five.

RAS     Country of asylum sponsored by a Sponsorship Agreement Holder (SAH).

 

OTHER CATEGORIES

DR1     Dependent of a GR8 refugee claimant who resides in Canada and who has not been deemed to be a Convention refugee by the IRS

DR2     Dependent of a CR8 refugee claimant who resides abroad and who has not been deemed to be a Convention refugee in his/her own right

RM2   Dependent residing abroad of a member of the deferred removal order class

LC1      Member of the live-in caregivers in Canada class and dependents in Canada

LC2      Dependent residing abroad of a member of the Live-in caregivers in Canada. class

PD1     Member of the post-determination refugee

PD2     Dependent of a member of the post-determination refugee claimant in Canada class residing abroad

HC1     Humanitarian and Compassionate Consideration

PP1      Public Policy Processing Effective prior April 1st 1999

NV1     Investor in private business commercial venture principal applicant

NV2     Investor in private business commercial venture/multiple applicant

NV3     Investor in privately administered investment syndicate

NV4     investor in government administered capital venture funds  Effective April 1999

NV5     Investor

 

(IRPA •.-EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 2002)

SW1     Skilled Worker

 

CONVENTION REFUGEE

CR1     Government assistance required

CR3     Sponsored by group of five or corporation for 12 months (pre-Proclamation only)

CR4     Self-supporting, government assistance not required

CRS     Special needs case selected under joint assistance sponsorship

CR8     Convention Refugees (CR) and their dependents who are recognized as Convention refugees in their own right by the IRB

CR9     Dependents of Convention Refugees

CRX    Sponsored by group or corporation for 12-24 months (pre-Proclamation only)

(IRPA- EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 2002}

CRC     Convention refugee abroad with a Community Sponsorship

CRG    Convention refugee abroad sponsored by a Group of Five.

CRS     Convention refugee abroad sponsored by a Sponsorship Agreement Holder (SAH).

EOE APPLICABLE IMMIGRANT CATEGORIES

FC1      RS4            RAX       CR9

FC3      RS5            RAC        CRX

FC6      RSX           RAG       CRC

FC9      RSC            RAS        CRG

FCC     RSG           CR1         CRS

FCE     RSS            CR3         PD1

FCH     RA3            CR4         PD2

RS1      RA4            CR5         DR1

RS3      RA5            CR8         DR2

 

WORK IN PROCESS. WIPL EVENTS {USER ENTERED)

C1 023 RPRF Requested

01 001  Referred to ClC

01005  Application Forwarded to MRCT

01104   Referto CIC PR Document Data Mix-up

01105   lMM5292 Sent to CPC – PRC Corrected

01106   lMM5292 Received by CPC – PRC Corrected

M1004 Requested .info/Documentation Received

R1001  1MM1 017 “”‘Medical Instructions Issued

$1000   Letter-Missing info – Supporting Documentation

X1002  RPRF Received

X1004  Paper File Received

X1005  Response from MRCI Received

X1006  Response from etc. Received

X1013  Background Check Delay

X1014  Medical Defray

X1015  Criminal Delay

X1Q16 Other Delay

X2002  Refusal Recommended

X2003  Interview Required .

X2004  Refer to QA

X2007  Sponsorship Suspended

WORK IN PROCESS (VIP EVENTS SYSTEM (GENERATED)

01020 IMM1000 Created/Updated (pre, proclamation only)

01062   Immigrant Case Reopened

01063   lMM52921ssued/Updated

01064   Immigrant Foil issued/Updated

01065   Change in Immigrant Category

M1 000   Application Received

X 1000 Immigrant FHe Created X1001 Interview Date

X1003  File Transferred

X1007  File on Loan to Satellite

X1008  File Returned tropic

X1009  File Transferred to Portable CAIPS

X1010  File Transferred from Portable CAIPS

X2000  Paper Screening Decision Entered

X2001  Selection Decision Entered

X2005  Security Decision Entered

X2006  Final Decision Entered

X2008  End of Sponsorship Suspension

X3000  Centralized Processing NO Pilot Application

X3001  Centralized Processing NO Control Application

X3002  Centralized Processing FC Pilot application

X3003  Centralized Processing FC Control application

X3004  Imaging Family Class Cases for New Delhi

Y1 036  Complete for Service Commitment

 

REGULATIONS

A92      A93            J86          J88

M92     M94            N79

J02 (June 2002, IRPA)

 

DECISION CODES

T..11. PAPER SCREENING DECISIONS (PSDEC)

1    passed

2    failed

3    withdrawal

4    administrative withdrawal

 

T-12 SELECTION DECISION;(SELDEC)

  1. passed
  2. on discretion
  3. required (pre-Proclamation cases)
  4. waived
  5. failed
  6. failed on discretion
  7. withdrawn

T-13 SECURITY DECISION

  1. passed
  2. omitted, all under 18
  3. incomplete
  4.  failed

T- 13 MEDICAL DECISION (MEDDEC)

1     passed

2     incomplete

3     failed

4     dependent failed

 

T-13 OTHER REQUIREMENTS (OREQ)

1    passed

2    OIC obtained

3    incomplete

4    failed

5    failed – criminal

6    failed – province

7    rehabilitation approved

8    rehabilitation denied

 

T -13 FINAL. DECISION (FINDEC)

1    visa issued

2    permit issued/to be issued

4    refused

5    withdrawn

 

SECURITY DECISION (SDEC)

1    passed

2    omitted

3    pending

4    refused

CRIMINALITY DECISION (CDEC)

1    passed

2    omitted

3    pending

4    refused

 

REASON.FOR REFUSAL. (SELDEC5) (NO REFUGEES)

A   Not meeting the definition of CRT RA or RS

B    Not having the ability to successfully establish

C    Not being able to be resettled for financial reasons

D   Medical Admissibility

E    Security

F    Criminality

 

PERMANENT RESIDENTS DETERMINATIONS

(*Permanent Resident Determinations will replace Returning Residents as of June 28,2002.)

 

COST RECOVERY

FPA fee paid abroad FPC fee paid in Canada

FPE fee paid at Port of Entry 999 none of the above apply

 

NAME FLAG

1    maiden name

2    son/daughter of

3    other surname or different spelling

4    other given name/different spelling or nickname

5    spouse’s surname

6    intended spouse’s surname

7    adoptive first name (principal applicant only)

 

FINAL DECISION

1    passed

2    passed (H & C only)

3    passed (365 days / appeal)

4    refused

5    withdrawn

6    passed (appeal hearing)

 

TEMPORARY RESIDENT PERMIT CODES

PROHIBITING SECTION

A01 – Para 34(1)(a)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on security grounds for engaging in an act of espionage or an act of subdivision against a democratic government, institution or process as they are understood in Canada

A02-Para 34(1)(b)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on security grounds for engaging in or instigating the subversion by force of any government.

A03-Para 34(1)(c)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on security grounds for engaging in terrorism

A04-Para 34(1)(d)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on security grounds for being a danger to the security of Canada

A05-Para 34(1)(e)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on security grounds for engaging in acts of violence that would or might endanger the lives or safety of persons in Canada

A06-Para 34(1)(f)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on security grounds for being a member of an organization that there are reasonable grounds to believe engages, has engaged or will engage in acts referred to in paragraph 34(1)(a), namely engaging in an act of espionage or an act of subdivision against a democratic government, institution or process as they are understood in Canada

A07-Para 34(1)(f)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on security grounds for being a member of an organization that there are reasonable grounds to believe engages, has engaged or will engage in acts referred to in paragraph 34(1)(b), namely engaging in or instigating the subdivision by force of any government

A08-Para 34(1)(f)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on security grounds for being a member of an organization that there are reasonable grounds to believe engages, has engaged or will engage in acts referred to in paragraph 34(1)(c), namely engaging in terrorism

A09-Para 34(1)(f)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on security grounds for being a member of an organization that there are reasonable grounds to believe engages, has engaged or will engage in acts referred to in paragraph 34(1)(a), (b) or (c) namely engaging in an act of espionage or an act of subdivision against a democratic government, institution or process as they are understood in Canada, engaging in or instigating the subdivision by force of any government or engaging in terrorism

A10-Para 35(1)(a)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on security grounds of violating human or international rights for committing an act, outside Canada that constitutes an offence to in sections 4 to 7 of the Crimes against Humanity and War Crimes Act

A11-Para 35(1)(b)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on security grounds of violating human or international rights for being a prescribed senior official in the service of a government that in the opinion of the minister, engages or has engaged in terrorism, systematic or gross human rights violations, or genocide, a war crime or a crime against humanity within the meaning of subsections 6(3) to (5) of the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act

A12-Para 35(1)(c)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on  grounds of violating human or international rights for being a foreign national whose entry into or stay in Canada is restricted pursuant to a decision, resolution or measure of an international organization of states or association of states, of which Canada is a member , that imposes sanctions on a country against which Canada has imposed or has agreed to impose sanctions in concert with that organization or association

A13-Para 36(1)(a)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on grounds of serious criminality for having been convicted in Canada of an offence under an act of parliament punishable by a maximum term of imprisonment of at least 10 years

A14-Para 36(1)(a)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on grounds of serious criminality for having been convicted in Canada of an offence under an act of parliament for which a term of imprisonment of more than six months has been imposed

A15-Para 36(1)(a)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on grounds of serious criminality for having been convicted in Canada of an offence under an act of parliament punishable by a maximum term of imprisonment of at least 10 years, or for which a term of imprisonment of more than six months has been imposed

A16-Para 36(1)(b)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on grounds of serious criminality for having been convicted in Canada that, if committed in Canada, would constitute an offence under an act of parliament punishable by a maximum term of imprisonment of at least 10 years

A17-Para 36(1)(c)

In that there are a permanent resident who is inadmissible on grounds of serious criminality for committing, on a balance of probabilities, an act outside Canada that is an offence in the place where it was committed and that, if committed in Canada, would constitute an offence under an act of parliament punishable by a maximum term of imprisonment of at least 10 years

A18-Para 36(1)(c)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a foreign national who is inadmissible on grounds of serious criminality for committing an act outside Canada that is an offence in the place where it was committed and that, if committed in Canada, would constitute an offence under an act of parliament punishable by a maximum term of imprisonment of at least 10 years

A19-Para 36(2)(a)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a foreign national who is inadmissible on grounds of criminality for having been convicted in Canada of an offence under an act of parliament punishable by way of indictment

A20-Para 36(2)(a)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a foreign national who is inadmissible on grounds of criminality for having been convicted outside Canada of two offences under any act of parliament not arising out of a single occurrence

A21-Para 36(2)(b)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a foreign national who is inadmissible on grounds of criminality for having been convicted outside Canada of an offence that, if committed in Canada, would constitute an indictable offence under an act of parliament

A22-Para 36(2)(b)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a foreign national who is inadmissible on grounds of criminality for having been convicted outside Canada of two offences not arising out of a single occurrence that, if committed in Canada, would constitute offences under an act of parliament

A23-Para 36(2)(c)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a foreign national who is inadmissible on grounds of criminality for committing an act outside Canada that is an offence in the place where it was committed and that, if committed in Canada, would constitute an indictable offence under an act of parliament

A24-Para 36(2)(d)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a foreign national who is inadmissible on grounds of criminality for committing, on entering Canada, an offence under an act of parliament prescribed by regulations

A25-Para 37(1)(a)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on grounds of organized criminality for being a member of an organization that there is believed on reasonable grounds to be or to have been engaged in activity that is part of a pattern of criminal activity planned and organized by a number of persons acting in concert in furtherance of the commission of an offence punishable under an act of parliament by way of indictment, or in furtherance of the commission of an offence outside Canada that, if committed in Canada, would constitute such an offence, or engaging in activity that is part of such a pattern

A26-Para 37(1)(b)

In that there are reasonable grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible on grounds of organized criminality for engaging, in the context of transnational crime, in activities such as people smuggling, trafficking in persons or money laundering

A27-Para 38(1)(a)

In that, on a balance of probabilities, there are grounds to believe is a foreign national who is inadmissible on health grounds if their health condition is likely to be a danger to public health

A28-Para 38(1)(b)

In that, on a balance of probabilities, there are grounds to believe is a foreign national who is inadmissible on health grounds if their health condition is likely to be a danger to public safety

A29-Para 38(1)(c)

In that, on a balance of probabilities, there are grounds to believe is a foreign national who is inadmissible on health grounds if their health condition might reasonably be expected to cause excessive demand on health or social services

A30-Section 39

In that, on a balance of probabilities, there are grounds to believe is a foreign national who is inadmissible on financial reasons if they are or will be unable or unwilling to support themselves and have not satisfied an officer that adequate arrangements for care and support, other than those that involve social assistance, have been made

A31-Section 39

In that, on a balance of probabilities, there are grounds to believe is a foreign national who is inadmissible on financial reasons if they are or will be unable or unwilling to support themselves or any other person who is depended on them, and have not satisfied an officer that adequate arrangements for care and support, other than those that involve social assistance, have been made

A32- Para 40(1)(a)

In that, on a balance of probabilities, there are grounds to believe is a foreign national who is inadmissible for misrepresentation for directly or indirectly misrepresenting or withholding material facts relating to a relevant matter that induces or could induce an error in the administration of this Act

A33- Para 40(1)(b)

In that, on a balance of probabilities, there are grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible for misrepresentation for being or having been sponsored by a person who is determined to be inadmissible for misrepresentation and where the Minister is satisfied that the facts of the case justify the inadmissibility

A34- Para 40(1)(c)

In that, on a balance of probabilities, there are grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible for misrepresentation on a final determination to vacate a decision to allow the claim for refugee protection by the permanent resident or the foreign national

A35- Para 40(1)(d)

In that, on a balance of probabilities, there are grounds to believe is a permanent resident or a foreign national who is inadmissible for misrepresentation on a ceasing to be a citizen under paragraph 10(1)(a)of the Citizenship Act, in the circumstances set out in subsection 10(2) of that Act

A36- Subsection 41(a)

In that, on a balance of probabilities, there are grounds to believe is a foreign national who is inadmissible for failing to comply with this Act thorough an act or omission which contravenes, directly or indirectly, a provision of this Act specially:

A37- Subsection 41(b)

In that, on a balance of probabilities, there are grounds to believe is a permanent resident who is inadmissible for failing to comply with a condition imposed as required by subsection 27(2) of the Act

A38- Subsection 41(b)

In that, on a balance of probabilities, there are grounds to believe is a permanent resident who is inadmissible for failing to comply with the residency obligation of section 28 of the Act

A39- Subsection 42(a)

In that, on a balance of probabilities, there are grounds to believe is a foreign national, other than a protected person, who is inadmissible on grounds of an inadmissible family member if their accompanying family member is inadmissible

A40- Subsection 42(a)

In that, on a balance of probabilities, there are grounds to believe is a foreign national, other than a protected person, who is inadmissible on grounds of an inadmissible family member if, in prescribed circumstances, their non-accompanying family member is inadmissible

A41- Subsection 42(b)

In that, on a balance of probabilities, there are grounds to believe is a foreign national, other than a protected person, who is inadmissible on grounds of an inadmissible family member if they are an accompanying family member of an inadmissible person

ADDICTIONAL SECTION FOR A36 (41(A})

R6        R6

R71      R7(1)

R81      R8{1)

R91      R9{1)

R301    R30(1)

A161    A16{1)

A162    A16(2)

A163    A16(3}

R451    R45{1)

R51      R51

R501    R50(1)

R521    R52(1)

R304    R30(4)

 

CIC AUTHORITY

CMB    Case Management Branch (NHQ)

MIN     Minister

RHQ    Regional Headquarters

 

PROHIBITING SECTIONS REQUIRING VERJFICATION.OF

DEPARTLJRE     .

A01      A02            A03

A04      AOS           A06

A07      A08            A09

A10      A11            A12

A25      A26

 

CASE TYPE

(Temporary .Resident cases}

80  inadmissible person, N.E.S.

81  Worker

84  Student

85  Medical treatment

96  Verification of departure required

(FOR “EARLY ADMISSION OR UNDER APPLICATION CASES)

86  Other, N.E.S.

87  National. interest (entrepreneur, self-employed, urgent labour market need)

88  Convention Refugee, member of Designated crass

89  Member of Family Class

 

(“FAILED” APPLICANT FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCE CASES)

90  Medical Inadmissibility – Other, NES

91  Medical inadmissibility – National interest (entrepreneur, self-employed., urgent labour market need)

92  Medical Inadmissibility – Member of Family Class)

93  Criminal/Security/Other Inadmissibility – Other, NES

94  Criminal/Security/Other inadmissibility – National Interest (entrepreneur, self-employed, urgent labour market need)

95  Criminal/Security/Other inadmissibility – Member of Family Class

 

EDE APPLICABLE CASE TYPES

86  87

88  89

93  94

95

 

COST RECOVERY

FPA     fee paid abroad

FPC     fee paid in Canada

FPE     fee paid at Port of Entry

FPN     fee payment not required

 

SEX

1 or M  male

2 or F   female

 

MARITAL•STATUS

1    single

2    married

3    widowed

4    divorced

5    separated

6    common-law

 

(EXEMPTIONS)

M01     PR PA’s and dep.’s granted early admission

M02     PR PA’s and dep. in Canada (Formal IMMS/9001 must have been submitted and fee paid/exemption applied)

M03     CR, or CR seeking resettlement

M04     Refugee Claimant (not-finally determined by IRB)

M05     Dep.’s of persons referred to in M03 or M04

M06     Member of a designated class and dep.’s

M08     Nationals of Iceland

M09     -Student (temporarily destitute)

– Participant in research, education or training prog. approved by Minister

-Permit holder & dep. because of war, natural disaster, or member of a designated class prior to coming to Canada

– Religious/charitable worker without pay (dep.’s covered by M20)

M10     Diplomat, consular officer or representative/official of another country or UN & agencies

M11     Dep of a person referred to in M10

M12     Armed forces

M13     Clergyman, member of a religious order or a lay person (duties mainly preaching}

M14     Dep.’s of M13 – of persons employed by charitable institutions; and when studying at secondary school level or below

M15     Officer of foreign Gov. working with federal/provincial Gov. (exchange agreement)

M16      A dep. of person referred to in M10, M12, or M15 where that dep. is described in 20(5)(e)(iii) IR (reciprocal employment of Canadians)

M17     A dep. of a person referred to in M12, M13, or M15

M18    Reciprocal employment of an artistic, cultural or educational nature

M19     Participant in international student or young workers reciprocal employment program

M20     A dep. of person referred to inMQ9, M18, M19  or a dep. of a participant in a prog. sponsored by CIDA or recipient of a Gov. of Canada scholarship or fellowship

M21   US Immigration & Naturalization Service personnel, and dep.

US Customs Pre.-inspection Officer. and dep.’s

US Grain Inspector. and dep;’s

American member of the International Joint Commission, and dep.’s

US Gov. official in possession of a valid US passport assigned to temporary posting. in Canada, and dep.’s

M23   A person in or coming to Canada pursuant to an agreement b/w Canada and a foreign country or an arrangement entered into with a foreign. Country by the Gov. of Canada providing for educational opportunities

999          none of the above apply

 

FAMILY STATUS

1    Principal Applicant

2    Spouse

3    Dependant

4    Dependant (pre-Proclamation cases only)

5    Common-law Partner

6    Dependant (post-Proclamation cases only)

 

OTHER NAME- FLAG

1    maiden name

2    son/daughter of

3    other surname or different spelling

4    other given name/different spelling or nickname

5    spouses surname

6    intended spouse’s surname

 

RELATIONSHIP TO PRINCIPALS APPLICANT

Wife     Husband

Spouse Daughter

Son      Mother

Father   Brother

Sister    Step-brother

Stepsister Grandson

Granddaughter        Step-daughter

Step-son  Step;. Mother

Step.. father             Common-law part

Conjugal Part          Com-law Part-M

Com-law Part-F      Son Com-law Part

Dau Com-law Part  Gson Com-law Pt

Gdau Com-law Pt

 

FINAL DECISION 

0  in process

1  authorized

4    not authorized

5    closed/withdrawn

 

MEDICAL DECISION CODES

1    passed

2    incomplete

3    failed

4    pendant. Failed

5    not required

 

MEDICAL STATUS CODES 

R  Documents rec’d from physician. but not yet assessed

F    Case furthered

B    Pending review by Medical Advisory Board

H   Pending. Decision by HQ

A   Assessed and finalized

N  No document received for this family member

 

MEDICAL CODES 

M1       enter 01       M2          enter 02

M3       enter 03       M4          enter04

M5       enter 05       M6          enter06

M7**   enter 07       M1/9*     enter 19

M2/3    enter 23       M2/9″‘     enter29

M3/9*  enter 39       M4/5       enter45

M4/6    enter 46       M4J7**   enter 47

MS/6    enter 56       M6J7**   enter67

* Valid for EDE applicable cases only

** No longer valid as of EDE implementation date

 

PROVINCE CODES

AS     Alberta

BC     British Columbia

MB     Manitoba

NB     New Brunswick

NF     Newfoundland

NS     Nova Scotia

NT     Northwest Territories

NU     Nunavut

ON     Ontario

PE     Prince Edward Island

PQ     Quebec

SK     Saskatchewan

YT     Yukon

 

SYNTHETIC NDC CODES. OM OP 97-21)

9911.0  Student

9992.0  Retired

9970.0  Homemaker

9980.0  Dependant (other than student)

9914.0  New Worker

9999.0  Open Work Permit

  1. O Investor

0002.0  Entrepreneurs -Immigrants -IRPA

8888.0  Entrepreneurs- Temporary Residents

COUNTERFOIL CODES

PA-1    TRP Travel Doc

PC-1   TRP Travel Doc

 

AUTHORITY TO RETURN TO CANADA (ARC):

OTHER NAME FLAG

1    maiden name

2    son/daughter of

3    other surname or different spelling

4    other given name/different spelling or nickname

5    spouse’s surname

6    intended spouse’s sumame

 

SEX

1 or M male

2 or F female

 

MARITAL STATUS

1    single

2    married

3    widowed

4    divorced

5    separated

6    common-law

 

PROVINCE CODES

AB Alberta

BC British .Columbia

MB      Manitoba

NB New Brunswick

NF Newfoundland

NS Nova Scotia

 

ADOPTIONS:

ACT

511       Section 5.1(1)- adoption- minor

512       Section 5.1(2}- adoption -adult

513       Section 5.1 (3}- Quebec adoption

COST RECOVERY CODE

FPA     fees paid abroad

FPC     fees paid in Canada

999       none of the above apply

 

SEX

1 or M  male

2 or F   female

 

PROVINCE

AB   Alberta

BC   British Columbia

MB  Manitoba

NB  New Brunswick

NF  Newfoundland

NS  Nova Scotia

NT  Northwest Territories

NU  Nunavut

ON  Ontario

PE  Prince Edward Island

PQ  Quebec

SK  Saskatchewan

YT  Yukon

NT  Northwest Territories

NU  Nunavut

ON  Ontario

PE  Prince Edward Island

PQ Quebec

SK Saskatchewan

YT Yukon

 

REMOVAL0ROER FEE RECOVERED COPE

0    Not applicable

1    No

2    Yes -Paid $750

3    Yes- Paid $1500

 

COST RECOVERY CODE

FPA     fee paid abroad

FPC     fee paid in Canada

FPE      fee paid at Port of Entry

 

FINAL DECISION CODE

0    in progress

1    ARC granted for permanent residence

2    ARC granted for temporary entry from time to time

3    ARC denied

4    ARC abandoned/withdrawn

 

CITZ. DECISION CODE

0    in process

1    approved

4    refused

5    withdrawn

 

VISA CATEGORY

F-1 facilitation

 

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