me to. i have had multiple differnt answers. but ive always had many people say the 2- 6 months.
so im assuming that is the most accurate.
we had 2 friends that were refguees and they withdrew before the praa. and went back to mexico and got sponsored under canadian experience class. they just went back to canada in may and they were never asked for an ARC.
soo its hard to say what the IO will ask for.
our immigration consultant told us to just wait, and see if they ask for it, than deal with it than.
i hope not either! its already so hard putting ur life on hold for the processing time. let alone more time for something else. i understand if you have criminal record or security threat or if you didnt cooperate with CBSA and such. but if you did and left on time.
it should make sense they would grant the arc, obviously we have good reasons because we want to be with our families.
Ya, I really hope not, we had an exclusion order and this is what is says on the CIC website:
2. Exclusion Order (form number IMM 1214B)
a) If you were issued an Exclusion Order and
•12 months have passed since you left Canada and
•you have a Certificate of Departure (IMM 0056B) showing the date you left Canada
you do not need an ARC. You may return to Canada subject to normal examination at the port of entry.
b) If you wish to return to Canada less than 12 months after the Exclusion Order was issued, or do not have a Certificate of Departure, you need to apply for an ARC.
So he did leave Canada when he was suppose to and we have the certificate of departure soooo fingers crossed this is what actually happens. What kind of order did your hubby get ?