GCMS / ATIP Notes
We can also help you to know what is happening to your immigration / temporary residence file by obtaining CAPIS/GCMS/FOSS/ATIP notes from Citizenship and Immigration Canada. If your case is refused or getting delayed the reasons behind can be found out and corrective action taken.
GCMS (Global Case Management System) is the new integrated electronic data processing system designed to process application both inside Canada and abroad for IRCC. GCMS has replaced the old systems CAIPS and FOSS that were used before 2010.
The GCMS notes are issued under the Access to Information and Privacy Act (ATIP). ATIP is a federal law and Service Links Canada office can get access to its client information from any government department under this law. Obtaining GCMS operates from Canada and is in strict compliance with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), keeping everyone’s personal information secure. The system contains a detailed record of each applicant’s file, including correspondence from and to IRCC, documents received from the applicant, detailed notes from the officers reviewing the file among others. The GCMS notes are the only accurate way of providing an applicant with the in-depth view of his file on the IRCC system, thus enabling the applicant to be well informed of the status, or take pro-active steps as needed. Information is entered in these systems from application forms and supporting documentation submitted by applicants and sponsors for all old and new applicants. These notes give you all the information pertaining to the progress of your application or filing the new application or preparing the reconsideration application.
We have professional staff that speak English, Thai and Vietnamese, and can guide you for all your immigration appeal and litigation needs.
If you have been declined by IRCC Office for any type of visa and wish to access your IRCC file, please call at Canada office +1 604-944-7912 or Thailand Office: +66 2-003-1450 / +66 801543000
Send a scan copy of your refusal letter, copy of passport by email at email@example.com Upon receipt of that, our office will send you the necessary IMM forms to sign to go further regards to obtaining an IRCC file and resubmission or appeal process.