Internal coding - understanding the ATIP reports

Seminar ID
IBC-2015-05-20
Date and time
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 18:00 PDT   see it in calendar
Presenter
Jason (Jay) Cayer
Jason (Jay) Cayer
presenter's bio
Attendance
  • recording
Languages
  • in English
CPD hours
CICC (ICCRC) 3 CPD hours - Validity of the recording expired on: 03.02.2018
LSBC 3 CPD hours - Validity of the recording expired on: 06.10.2019
Description

Internal Coding - Understanding the results of ATIP requests

Jason Cayer, RCIC, was an Officer with CIC and CBSA for more than a decade. This seminar will take you through the process of making the ATIP request and interpreting the information that is received.

Step by Step instruction on
- How to make an ATIP request
- Who should you make the request to?
- What information is held by CIC?
- What information is held by CBSA?

Internal FOSS coding
- Reviewing and explaining the coding system used in the Field Operations Support System (FOSS), including
  o Work permits and Study Permits
  o Temporary Resident Permits
  o 44 reports
  o Removal Orders
  o Standard Immigration History

Computer Assisted Immigration Processing System (CAIPS).
- A review will be conducted of common CAIPS codes.

Global Case Management System (GCMS) review
- The transition from FOSS to GCMS is underway at ports of entry. GCMS can be used to access both FOSS and CAIPS notes by officers - so understanding coding will remain relevant. An overview will be provided.

"Actual-Case" examples of requests and their interpretation will be presented. We will also discuss how to put the coding information to work for you and your clients.

Venue
Alliance First Realty Inc.
1487 West Pender Street
Vancouver, BC
V6G 2S3

Capacity: 45
Duration
3 hours
Cost
No CPD - Free
100% discount
  • These video recordings are offered free-of-charge for their educational value. They are not eligible for CPD hours by any regulatory body.
 

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