The decision has been made…… Канада


The decision has been made…… Канада

My online ECAS status to day changed to DECISION MADE from IN PROCESS. Some days back «Medical results have been received» line was added. What does this mean, is this mean my visas have been issued. I will copy my status following:

«We received your application for permanent residence on December 6, 2010.

We reviewed your application and sent you a letter on March 2, 2011. Please consider delays in mail delivery before contacting us.

Your application was reviewed and we started processing on September 29, 2011.

Medical results have been received.

A decision has been made on your application. The office will contact you concerning this decision.»

Please interpret this status for me, I am feeling really tense.

Jitender Verma
India
09814008830

My online ECAS status to day changed to DECISION MADE from IN PROCESS. Some days back «Medical results have been received» line was added. What does this mean, is this mean my visas have been issued. I will copy my status following:

«We received your application for permanent residence on December 6, 2010.

We reviewed your application and sent you a letter on March 2, 2011. Please consider delays in mail delivery before contacting us.

Your application was reviewed and we started processing on September 29, 2011.

Medical results have been received.

A decision has been made on your application. The office will contact you concerning this decision.»

Please interpret this status for me, I am feeling really tense.

Jitender Verma
India
09814008830

and this has happened after passport request,

Correct way of saying a decision has been made [closed]

What is the correct way of saying «decision has been made on a paper»?

I review papers submitted by officials. Is it OK to say it like this?

This paper has already been decision by Sam Rick.

I am looking for a formal way to convey this message.

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I’m not sure whether you want:

This paper has already been reviewed by Sam Rick.

A decision on this paper has already been made by Sam Rick.

Assuming OP’s intended sense is that Sam Rick has already made the decision, it’s theoretically possible to say.

This paper has already been decided upon by Sam Rick.

. but in practice we don’t normally use that form. I think if it’s important to emphasise that a decision was actually made (as opposed to simply saying Rick reviewed the paper), we’d say.

This paper has already been pronounced upon by Sam Rick. (or assessed, evaluated, etc.)

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Раскрыв скобки, употребите глагол в форме страдательного залога настоящего продолжительного времени.

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2. Profit and losses of the firm (to analyze) by the manager at the moment.
3. The distribution of incomes (to change) in the country?
4. Has the decision been made or the problem still (to discuss)?
5. Market mechanism (to study) by the economist.
6. A new government (to form) at the moment.
7. The oil (not/to process), it (to transport) now.
8. Fruit (to process) into juice.
9. Market forces (to use) by the government to stimulate agricultural production.
10. Essential conditions for successful work of the company on the market (to study) by the manager.

Yahoo News

Washington (AFP) — US President Donald Trump on Friday denounced a ruling by a federal judge to halt construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, saying the decision had been made for political reasons.

US District Judge Brian Morris argued that the Trump administration had failed to explain why it had lifted a ban on the project in a stinging setback to the president but a big win for conservationists and indigenous groups.

Trump denounced the ruling as «a disgrace» while the Canadian government said it was «disappointed.»

Trump had granted a permit for the $8 billion conduit meant to stretch from Canada to Texas just days after taking office last year. He said it would create jobs and spur development of infrastructure.

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In doing so the administration overturned a decision by then-president Barack Obama in 2015 that denied a permit for the pipeline, largely on environmental grounds, in particular US contribution to climate change.

The analysis of a cross-border project like this is done by the State Department.

The same environmental analysis that the department carried out before denying the permit in 2015 was ignored when the it turned around last year and approved it, Morris found.

«An agency cannot simply disregard contrary or inconvenient factual determinations that it made in the past, any more than it can ignore inconvenient facts when it writes on a blank slate,» Morris wrote.

He added: «The department instead simply discarded prior factual findings related to climate change to support its course reversal.»

The judge also argued that the State Department failed to properly account for factors such as low oil prices, the cumulative impacts of greenhouse gases from the pipeline and the risk of oil spills.

At the White House, Trump decried the ruling as a «political decision.»

«I think it’s a disgrace,» he said, adding that it was likely to be reviewed by an appellate court, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, that he also accused of political bias.

«We’re slowly putting new judges in the ninth circuit.»

Vanessa Adams, a spokeswoman for Canadian Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi, said Ottawa was disappointed in the decision.

The project is «important for good, middle-class jobs in Canada and for a successful energy export market,» she added.

Thursday’s ruling is temporary, and requires the government to do a more thorough review of how the project might affect the climate, cultural resources and wildlife.

In a statement to AFP, pipeline builder TransCanada said it was reviewing the ruling.

«We remain committed to building this important energy infrastructure project,» spokesman Terry Cunha said.

— ‘Flawed and dangerous’ —

The pipeline is designed to run from tar sand oil fields in Canada’s Alberta province, through Montana, South Dakota and part of Nebraska, to existing facilities in that last state.

From there it would flow to Oklahoma and on to the Texas Gulf Coast.

The US stretch of line that needs to be built would be 875 miles (1,450 km) long.

Construction of the US leg had been scheduled to begin next year.

Environmental and indigenous groups sued TransCanada and the State Department in March to halt the project.

One of the plaintiffs, the Sierra Club, welcomed the judge’s decision.

«Today’s ruling makes it clear once and for all that it’s time for TransCanada to give up on their Keystone XL pipe dream,» Sierra Club senior attorney Doug Hayes said in a statement.

«The Trump administration tried to force this dirty pipeline project on the American people, but they can’t ignore the threats it would pose to our clean water, our climate, and our communities.»

Jackie Prange, senior attorney at the Natural Resources Defense Council, also hailed the ruling, saying: «As the court has made clear yet again, the Trump administration’s flawed and dangerous proposal should be shelved forever.»

In Canada, Greenpeace called the decision «a big step backwards» for the project and «a huge win for aboriginal people, the environment and the thousands of people who have been fighting this pipeline for almost 10 years.»

Also, said Greenpeace spokesman Patrick Bonin, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government should view this decision as a harbinger of «the inevitable legal hurdles it will face if it continues to rush» an unrelated pipeline from Alberta to the Pacific coast.

Ottawa nationalized the Trans Mountain pipeline in August, but has had to relaunch a part of the regulatory process after a court quashed its approval, siding with indigenous people worried that increased tanker traffic will harm whales along the coast.

Following the ruling, shares in pipeline builder TransCanada Corp closed sharply lower on stock exchanges in New York and Toronto.

Paris climate accords: US notifies UN of intention to withdraw

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The US has begun the process of withdrawing from the Paris Agreement, notifying the UN of its intention to leave, as other countries express regret and disappointment at the move.

The notification begins a one-year process of exiting the global climate change accord, culminating the day after the 2020 US election.

The US government says the deal puts an «unfair economic burden» on Americans.

The agreement brought together 188 nations to combat climate change.

There has been widespread international condemnation of the US move.

The decision to withdraw — taken by President Donald Trump after he came to office in 2020 — made the US the world’s sole non-signatory and prompted high-level efforts by the European Union to keep the agreement on track.

However, hundreds of local governments, businesses and organisations in the US have joined the We Are Still In movement, pledging to cut emissions and move to renewable energy.

Why is this happening now?

Mr Trump had made withdrawing from the agreement one of his election campaign pledges but UN rules had meant it was not possible for the US to start the withdrawal process until 4 November 2020.

The withdrawal is still subject to the outcome of next year’s US presidential election — if Mr Trump loses, the winner may decide to change course.

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But scientists and environmentalists fear the effect the Trump administration will have on climate protections in the meantime.

A report issued in December 2020 by the Institute of International and European Affairs suggested President Trump’s decision to leave had done «very real damage» to the Paris agreement, creating «moral and political cover for others to follow suit».

What reaction has there been?

The decision by the US — one of the world’s biggest emitters of greenhouse gases — drew condemnation from environmentalists and expressions of regret from world leaders.

An official for France’s presidential office said «we regret this and this only makes the Franco-Chinese partnership on the climate and biodiversity more necessary.»

French President Emmanuel Macron and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping are due to meet in Beijing on Wednesday, where they are expected to sign a statement declaring the «irreversibility of the Paris accord», the official added.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said he hoped the US could take more responsibility in what was a multilateral process instead of adding «negative energy».

Meanwhile, a European Commission spokeswoman responded by saying the agreement was «here to stay».

«Its door remains open and we hope the US will join it again one day,» she said.

For Russia, which ratified the deal last month after a long delay, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said it was very hard to talk about a climate agreement without the US.

US Democrats and environmentalists condemned the decision.

Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic speaker of the House, condemned Mr Trump’s move as a «disastrous decision that sells out our children’s future», while former vice-president and climate campaigner Al Gore derided those who would «sacrifice the planet for their greed».

«It is about the darkest moment in American diplomacy in a very, very long time and a huge blow to global efforts,» Bill McKibben, leader of climate campaign group 350.org, told the BBC’s Newsday programme.

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However, the move was welcomed by Republican congressman Gary Palmer, who tweeted: «It is high time for the US to leave this overly regulative and burdensome agreement that doesn’t really address climate change.»

Why does the US want to withdraw?

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Monday that the agreement had imposed an «unfair economic burden» on the United States.

Instead, he said, the US would follow «a realistic and pragmatic model», using «all energy sources and technologies cleanly and efficiently».

Mr Trump promised to turn the US into an energy superpower, and has attempted to sweep away a raft of pollution legislation to reduce the cost of producing gas, oil and coal. He has characterised former US President Barack Obama’s environmental clean-up plans as a war on American energy.

He has also suggested that the Paris Agreement gives China and other big polluters an unfair advantage over the US by allowing them to continue to increase emissions.

Announcing his decision to withdraw in June 2020, Mr Trump said: «I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris. I promised I would exit or renegotiate any deal which fails to serve America’s interests.»

He said the agreement would cost the US $3tn in lost economic output and 6.5 million jobs but a US government report last year said that, on the contrary, unchecked climate change would cost the US hundreds of billions of dollars.

Reports suggest the Trump administration has made no effort to renegotiate the Paris agreement.

The US contributes about 15% of global emissions of carbon dioxide, but it is also a significant source of finance and technology for developing countries in their efforts to fight rising temperatures.

What was agreed in Paris?

Climate change, or global warming, refers to the damaging effect on the atmosphere of gases, or emissions, released from industry and agriculture. The Paris accord is meant to limit the global rise in temperature attributed to emissions.

Countries agreed to:

  • Keep global temperatures «well below» the level of 2C (3.6F) above pre-industrial times and «endeavour to limit» them even more, to 1.5C
  • Limit the amount of greenhouse gases emitted by human activity to the same levels that trees, soil and oceans can absorb naturally, beginning at some point between 2050 and 2100
  • Review each country’s contribution to cutting emissions every five years so they scale up to the challenge
  • Enable rich countries to help poorer nations by providing «climate finance» to adapt to climate change and switch to renewable energy

Had You Made A Decision/ Have You Made A Decision?

Can someone please explain to me the difference between these two sentences.

1) I was wondering if you had made a decision regarding marketing role.

2) Have you made a decision regarding marketing role?

Zybastek 1) I was wondering if you had made a decision regarding marketing role.

Zybastek 2) Have you made a decision regarding marketing role?

You need a determiner there.

Zybastek difference between these two sentences

1) is a less direct way of asking the question in 2).

CalifJim Zybastekregarding ^ marketing role.You need a determiner there.CJ

CalifJim 1) is a less direct way of asking the question in 2).

Don’t you think it would be a little strange to use the past perfect in this way? I would just say:
I was wondering if you’ve made a decision . . .
I was wondering if a decision has been made . . .

Since whether or not a decision has been made is presumably still relevant and includes the period up to now, I’d use the present perfect.

1. The past perfect is used, which denotes action completed in the past, so here the speaker is implying that he assumes the listener, if he indeed made the decision, did so some time ago.

2. The present perfect is used, which denotes action completed in the present, so here the speaker is implying that he assumes the listener, if he indeed made the decision, did so it very recently.

Xerxes Don’t you think it would be a little strange to use the past perfect in this way?

Not really. Actually in this particular sentence (with ‘wonder’) I’m rather indifferent to whether «have» or «had» is used. You’re right about the technicalities that should be considered when analyzing the sentence «close up», but on first hearing it in a real-world situation, I don’t think I’d notice the difference. I would just take the past perfect as a backshift of the present perfect due to the past tense of «was wondering» and re-orient my brain to understand it as a present perfect «in disguise».

Thanks for a fast response guys. I really appreciate it..

a)The new Alhambra hatchback, which in this country is sold(sell) .

    a)The new Alhambra hatchback, which in this country is sold(sell) under the name ‘Challenger’, will be feet (fit) with electronic windows as standard.

a)The new Alhambra hatchback, which in this country is sold(sell) under the name ‘Challenger’, will be fitted (fit) with electronic windows as standard.

    b)It will be annoounced (announce) that the proposed new office block has not been built (now not build) because of the current economic situation.

b)It will be ann o unced (announce) that the proposed new office block has not been built (now not build) because of the current economic situation.

  • c)A major new deposit of oil has been discovered (discover) in the North Sea.
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  • It was thought (think) to be nearly twice the size of the largest existing field.
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    d)Pictures from the surface of Venus has been recieved (receive) yesterday from the space probe ‘Explorer’ which was launched (launch) last year.

d)Pictures from the surface of Venus had been rec ei ved (receive) yesterday from the space probe ‘Explorer’ which was launched (launch) last year.

    e) No decision has been made (made) about any future appointments until all suitable candidates was interviewed (interviewed).

e) No decision has been made (made) about any future appointments until all suitable cand >are interviewed (interviewed).

  • It was thought (think) to be nearly twice the size of the largest existing field.
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    d)Pictures from the surface of Venus has been recieved (receive) yesterday from the space probe ‘Explorer’ which was launched (launch) last year.

d)Pictures from the surface of Venus has were been recieved received (receive) yesterday from the space probe ‘Explorer’ which was launched (launch) last year.

    e) No decision has been made (made) about any future appointments until all suitable candidates was interviewed (interviewed).

e) No decision has been made ( made verb:to make ) about any future appointments until all suitable cand >was are interviewed (interviewed).

I see you are studying the past tense of verbs. You did very well. Jaycee

  • Thank you for your feedback 🙂
    a)The new Alhambra hatchback, which in this country is sold(sell) under the name ‘Challenger’, will be feet (fit) with electronic windows as standard.

a)The new Alhambra hatchback, which is sold in this country is sold(sell) under the name ‘Challenger’, will be feet (fit) with have electronic windows as standard.

    b)It will be annoounced (announce) that the proposed new office block has not been built (now not build) because of the current economic situation.

b)It will be annoounced announced (announce) that the proposed new office block has not been built (now not build) will not be built because of the current economic situation.

  • c)A major new deposit of oil has been discovered (discover) in the North Sea.
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    d)Pictures from the surface of Venus has been recieved (receive) yesterday from the space probe ‘Explorer’ which was launched (launch) last year.
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d)Pictures from the surface of Venus has been recieved (receive) were received yesterday from the space probe ‘Explorer’ , which was launched (launch) last year.

    e) No decision has been made (made) about any future appointments until all suitable candidates was interviewed (interviewed).

e) No decision has been will be made (made) about any future appointments until all suitable cand >was have been interviewed (interviewed).

Brexit: Dav >

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Prime Minister David Cameron has said he is to step down from his post after the UK voted to leave the EU. Here is the statement he made outside Downing Street.

Good morning everyone, the country has just taken part in a giant democratic exercise, perhaps the biggest in our history.

Over 33 million people from England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Gibraltar have all had their say.

We should be proud of the fact that in these islands we trust the people for these big decisions.

We not only have a parliamentary democracy, but on questions about the arrangements for how we’re governed there are times when it is right to ask the people themselves and that is what we have done.

The British people have voted to leave the European Union and their will must be respected.

I want to thank everyone who took part in the campaign on my side of the argument, including all those who put aside party differences to speak in what they believe was the national interest and let me congratulate all those who took part in the Leave campaign for the spirited and passionate case that they made.

The will of the British people is an instruction that must be delivered.

It was not a decision that was taken lightly, not least because so many things were said by so many different organisations about the significance of this decision.

So there can be no doubt about the result.

Across the world people have been watching the choice that Britain has made.

I would reassure those markets and investors that Britain’s economy is fundamentally strong and I would also reassure Britons living in European countries and European citizens living here there will be no immediate changes in your circumstances.

There will be no initial change in the way our people can travel, in the way our goods can move or the way our services can be sold.

We must now prepare for a negotiation with the European Union.

This will need to involve the full engagement of the Scottish, Welsh and Northern Ireland governments to ensure that the interests of all parts of our United Kingdom are protected and advanced.

But above all this will require strong, determined and committed leadership.

I’m very proud and very honoured to have been prime minister of this country for six years.

I believe we’ve made great steps, with more people in work than ever before in our history, with reforms to welfare and education, increasing people’s life chances, building a bigger and stronger society, keeping our promises to the poorest people in the world and enabling those who love each other to get married whatever their sexuality, but above all restoring Britain’s economic strength.

And I’m grateful to everyone who’s helped to make that happen.

I have also always believed that we have to confront big decisions, not duck them. That is why we delivered the first coalition government in 70 years, to bring our economy back from the brink.

It’s why we delivered a fair, legal and decisive referendum in Scotland.

And it’s why I made the pledge to renegotiate Britain’s position in the European Union and to hold the referendum on our membership and have carried those things out.

I fought this campaign in the only way I know how, which is to say directly and passionately what I think and feel — head, heart and soul.

I held nothing back, I was absolutely clear about my belief that Britain is stronger, safer and better off inside the European Union and I made clear the referendum was about this and this alone — not the future of any single politician including myself.

But the British people have made a very clear decision to take a different path and as such I think the country requires fresh leadership to take it in this direction.

I will do everything I can as prime minister to steady the ship over the coming weeks and months but I do not think it would be right for me to try to be the captain that steers our country to its next destination.

This is not a decision I’ve taken lightly but I do believe it’s in the national interest to have a period of stability and then the new leadership required.

There is no need for a precise timetable today but in my view we should aim to have a new prime minister in place by the start of the Conservative Party conference in October.

Delivering stability will be important and I will continue in post as prime minister with my cabinet for the next three months.

The cabinet will meet on Monday, the governor of the Bank of England is making a statement about the steps that the Bank and the Treasury are taking to reassure financial markets.

We will also continue taking forward the important legislation that we set before Parliament in the Queen’s Speech.

And I have spoken to Her Majesty the Queen this morning to advise her of the steps that I am taking.

A negotiation with the European Union will need to begin under a new prime minister and I think it’s right that this new prime minister takes the decision about when to trigger Article 50 and start the formal and legal process of leaving the EU.

I will attend the European Council next week to explain the decision the British people have taken and my own decision.

The British people have made a choice, that not only needs to be respected but those on the losing side of the argument — myself included — should help to make it work.

Britain is a special country — we have so many great advantages — a parliamentary democracy where we resolve great issues about our future through peaceful debate, a great trading nation with our science and arts, our engineering and our creativity, respected the world over.

And while we are not perfect I do believe we can be a model for the multi-racial, multi-faith democracy, that people can come and make a contribution and rise to the very highest that their talent allows.

Although leaving Europe was not the path I recommended, I am the first to praise our incredible strengths.

I said before that Britain can survive outside the European Union and indeed that we could find a way.

Now the decision has been made to leave, we need to find the best way and I will do everything I can to help.

I love this country and I feel honoured to have served it and I will do everything I can in future to help this great country succeed.

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