You know what's funny. IRCC is in the same building. Wouldn't I have had to submit a high school credential evaluation to them in order to immigrate to Canada conventionally? (i.e. not as a refugee) Why is that not on my records Oh well guess I need to spend more $ to even get a chance of being considered.Everything you stated here is also required of a Canadian citizen. For someone that has been out of high school for many years; they have to get their high school transcripts on their own accord. Even someone coming in as a Medical Officer has to provide high school transcripts and all university transcripts.
Also, my high school is literally 10,000+ km away in a country with questionable ethics and morals, nevermind digital competency. Reaching out to them may not be enough to facilitate the ECA request to submit the documentation. I aced their CFAT and graduated from applied sciences over here on the honor roll. Guess it's not wartime yet so why bother to hire someone competent.
Sure let me just tell the guy holding my damn interview papers that I think he's doing a shit job and isn't abiding by organizational or national security standards.There is normally done in a private room; even at CFRC Hamilton. I worked out of their offices a number of years ago and never witnessed being people interviewed in the general waiting area. If at any time you feel concerned about the privacy of your information you should bring it to the attention of the person doing the interview vice waiting to say something about it on a internet forum where nothing can be done to correct the deficiency if there was one.
Not just 1 person but like 3 or so people. So the organization's data integrity standards are lax throughout the first point of contact. Wonderful. They did not have enough private spaces to validate info of all the applicants time effectively (10 or so applicants) so maybe that's what they chose to do it that way.
On the outside of the building. Literally accosted by 2 different cracked out homeless people on my way to and from the major bus stop. Yeah I bus. Try buying an affordable and practical used car in this economic climate, let alone finding safe places to live and work. REALLY disappointing that you have dudes sitting in their air conditioned offices with their cushy unionized government positions and wages not more than 100m away from destitute people with psychological issues. Either sweep them off the street or get them help.In all the time I visited CFRC Hamilton I never witnessed homeless individuals on the 2nd floor of that building. If you're starting that these people were outside of the building on James Street, then yes; but that is more than 100m of the CFRC which is on the 2nd floor.
Keep in mind that the military is renting the office space at the James Street location in Hamilton, they do not own it. That is not MDN property and as such dealing with trespassing is not the responsibility of the CAF members.
Sorry if I don't enter situations concerning government and authorities with more respect, but damn when I was in college recruiters were offering full rides for people from my program but even with Dean's list and completing immigration those folks at the detachment couldn't give a damn about my application. I wonder why. Maybe because they only want subservient impressionable pre-pubescent kids to burn and churn, like the private sector exploiting temporary foreign workers. But what would I know about living in Canada.
Probably my last post here. I don't need another well intentioned response on behalf of the organization you represent.