My wife just got this email from the embassy in Amman in regards to her Sponsorship.. I am sooooo excited YAAYYYYYYYYYYYY Finally the wait is over
REQUEST FOR SUBMISSION OF PASSPORTS
This refers to your application for permanent residence in Canada. We are now in the final stages of processing and request that you send the following documents to our office in Amman, Jordan:
- Your ORIGINAL individual valid passport.
- 2 recent photos (35 mm x 45 mm, white background) for yourself.
- Your original Iraqi Identity and certificate of Irqi nationality.
Please note, this does not guarantee that a visa will be issued.
Your passports MUST be received at our Embassy in Amman no later than 30 days from the date of this letter. Failure to provide the requested documents within the given time frame could result in the refusal of your application. You are strongly encouraged to send your passport(s) via courier (If this service is available in your country) to avoid wait times at the Embassy.
EXPECTED VISA EXPIRY DATE:
If a visa is issued, it will be given the MAXIMUM VALIDITY of 2013/01/02 OR the expiry date of your passport whichever date comes first. You must arrive in Canada on or before this date, it cannot be extended or renewed.
Passports: Each person must have their own passport, including minor children. Your passport MUST be valid beyond the validity of your visa. Any passport changes after the visas are printed will result in a Replacement of an Immigration Document charge ($30.00 CDN) for each visa that needs to be reprinted.
SUBMIT YOUR PASSPORT(S) VIA COURIER (ALL APPLICANTS EXCEPT RESIDENTS OF LEBANON):
Please send your passport(s) via commercial courier to:
Embassy of Canada
P. O. Box 815403
Amman 11180 Jordan
Here is my case details
Applied in Dec 6,2010
Filed recv by Embassy in Syria Jan 18, 2011
Questioner was requested in Sep 2011
Medical exam renewal Jan 2012
PRP email March 20..
File total time in Syria 14 months...
The wait is over.. Be patient, i know its easier said than done but there is a light at the end of the tunnel...