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CAIPS or Computer Assisted Immigration Process System is used to process visa applications outside Canada. Citizenship and Immigration Canada uses the system to input data from immigrant and visitor visa applications and supporting documentation, student and employment authorizations, and returning residence permits.
However, CAIPS is no longer used, as Canadian embassies and consulates are now using Global Case Management System (GCMS) to track new applications. This system was introduced in 2010 and now all Canadian embassies and consulates use it. GCMS is short for ‘Global Case Management System’, which is the computer system that IRCC officers use to process all immigration and visa applications.
Both CAIPS and GCMS contain valuable information related to the processing of your visa application, whether it is temporary resident application (visitors, work permit, student etc.) or PR application.
Getting a copy of your CAIPS or GCMS notes can be important if:
There are several reasons to opt for us. Some of these include:
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