Things went fine [at the Canadian Consulate]. The officer had a few concerns but I was able to overcome those and she issued me a Canadian Work Permit letter and gave it to me. She also approved Fernando subject to getting a medical exam by a designated medical practitioner in Columbia. Once the medical exam is completed and the results electronically sent to Ottawa by the practitioner she will be notified when the records are approved and she will then issue Fernando his Work Permit Letter and send to you. She stated he will not need to go the Canadian Embassy in Bogota because the Work Visa letter will go to you and you can send to him to entry into Canada at which pint he will be issued his work visa.
Thanks for your assistance. The lady was very nice. It lasted about a hour and then another hour for the approval of the document process.
Could you let us know when you receive we may want you to send express mail?
We both very much appreciate your assistance.
Bill and Fernando
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