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Old 24th April 2012, 11:29 AM
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I was accepted and told to transfer the 90. Now I need to email them with imm1295. Do I just attach the document and email it?
Once you received the email to make payment.....you send them an email alongside your 1295 form and attached it and then send it off....its that simple!

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Hello,

I have a big problem. I have applied for the IEC experience, I have been conditionally accepted and I have paid my participation fee. The only thing I have do to is send my electronic IMM1295 form. However when I filled out my form, I couldn't save it. Stupidly I also have no record of the UCI number that I had. I have tried emailing and calling IEC but I have had absolutely no reply and I am coming to the end of the 15 days time limit.

What should I do? Should I complete a new form and validate it? I think it is ridiculous that they don't have anyone on the end of a phone to talk to and they never respond to emails.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
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Hello,

I have a big problem. I have applied for the IEC experience, I have been conditionally accepted and I have paid my participation fee. The only thing I have do to is send my electronic IMM1295 form. However when I filled out my form, I couldn't save it. Stupidly I also have no record of the UCI number that I had. I have tried emailing and calling IEC but I have had absolutely no reply and I am coming to the end of the 15 days time limit.

What should I do? Should I complete a new form and validate it? I think it is ridiculous that they don't have anyone on the end of a phone to talk to and they never respond to emails.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Stefanie
I had a similar problem. I didn't have a saved copy of the vailidated form only of the form only a saved copy of it pre validation. I just hit validate and sent it off it wasn't until some days later that I realised what I had done when I was reading through stuff. I never encountered any problems though and my application has gone through. Obviously this is purely anecdotal but its my experience none the less.

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Hello,

I have a big problem. I have applied for the IEC experience, I have been conditionally accepted and I have paid my participation fee. The only thing I have do to is send my electronic IMM1295 form. However when I filled out my form, I couldn't save it. Stupidly I also have no record of the UCI number that I had. I have tried emailing and calling IEC but I have had absolutely no reply and I am coming to the end of the 15 days time limit.

What should I do? Should I complete a new form and validate it? I think it is ridiculous that they don't have anyone on the end of a phone to talk to and they never respond to emails.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Stefanie
Thank you for your message, by any chance did you have the UCI number saved? That is my main worry because without that number, how will they know it is my application?

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Thank you for your message, by any chance did you have the UCI number saved? That is my main worry because without that number, how will they know it is my application?
Thank you for your message, by any chance did you have the UCI number saved? That is my main worry because without that number, how will they know it is my application?

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I had a similar problem. I didn't have a saved copy of the vailidated form only of the form only a saved copy of it pre validation. I just hit validate and sent it off it wasn't until some days later that I realised what I had done when I was reading through stuff. I never encountered any problems though and my application has gone through. Obviously this is purely anecdotal but its my experience none the less.
Thank you for your message, by any chance did you have the UCI number saved? That is my main worry because without that number, how will they know it is my application?

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Any one planning to go to Toronto in September/October time?

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