CANADIAN EMBASSY MANILA

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worrie-ds:
thats so sad...!!!God has other plans for u and ur family!!!

Polgas:
Quote from: riponmaki on April 03, 2013, 06:27:06 am

I have applied for a permanent resident visa under simplified application as a member of the Federal Skilled Worker [FSW] class to The Canadian Embassy, Manila, Philippines on October, 2006.
On April 3, 2010, a visa officer sent me a letter requesting that you submit updated application forms and supporting documents by July 13, 2010 (120 days from the date of the letter). The letter indicated that the Office was prepared to begin assessment of the application and warned that any failure to submit documentation by the stated deadline could result in the refusal of the application. According to this letter, I have submitted application forms with supporting all documents by June 7, 2010.
On July 3, 2012, I received a letter with medical report requesting to make arrangements for your medical examination within 90 days from received of this letter. After that I sent medical reports by August 2, 2012.
Finally, On October 2, 2012 I received an acceptance letter from embassy in manila requesting the original passports for yourself and every family member who will accompany you to Canada. Also the letter indicated that your visa(s) will be valid for your initial entry to Canada until 2 August 2013. According to this letter I sent the all passports by October 10, 2012.
On March 15, 2013 I received my passport without visa and a refusal letter. The reason for refusal that
The Jobs, growth and Long-term Prosperity Act became law on June 29, 2012. Under this legislation, federal Skilled worker(FSW) applications made before February 27, 2008 were terminated by operation of law if a decision based on FSW program selection criteria had not been made by an immigration officer before March 29, 2012.
In conducting a factual review of affected applications, we were noted that the selection decision on your file was made after March 28, 2012. Your application was affected by the Jobs, growth and Long-term Prosperity Act and was terminated by operation of Law on June 29, 2012. As such, your permanent resident visa application was terminated by operation law as a decision had not been made by an immigration officer before March 29, 2012.

In this situation what can I do next? Would you please give me good suggestion ?



Hope everythings gonna be alright later on. God is good.

rg27:
hello,,i'm also waiting for a ppr, i submitted my medical last dec 2012 its already april 2013 still waiting for ppr. is there anyone here that have a situation like me?.am i still going to get a visa? please i need your thoughts guys anyway im applying for a temporary residence (worker)

ragluf:
Quote from: rg27 on April 10, 2013, 04:50:39 am

hello,,i'm also waiting for a ppr, i submitted my medical last dec 2012 its already april 2013 still waiting for ppr. is there anyone here that have a situation like me?.am i still going to get a visa? please i need your thoughts guys anyway im applying for a temporary residence (worker)


Depends on what immigration program under which your application was filed - there are lots still waiting for PPR.
You may want to search for threads in this forum under the immigration program (i.e. FSW, PNP, Fam, CEC, etc.) you applied for and then join in there to correspond with fellow applicants waiting for PPR.

/all the best...

Polgas:
Quote from: rg27 on April 10, 2013, 04:50:39 am

hello,,i'm also waiting for a ppr, i submitted my medical last dec 2012 its already april 2013 still waiting for ppr. is there anyone here that have a situation like me?.am i still going to get a visa? please i need your thoughts guys anyway im applying for a temporary residence (worker)


A little more time for sure darating din VISA mo pray kalang.

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