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nekeol
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Posts: 2253
Ratings: +90
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: London
NOC Code......: 1111
App. Filed.......: 25/9/2011
Doc's Request.: 21/11/12
Med's Request: 19/12/2013, after BGC
Med's Done....: 7/1/2014
Passport Req..: 02/02/2014 - DM 11/2/14
VISA ISSUED...: 14/02/2014
LANDED..........: Alhamdolillah Landed 6 July 2014

« Reply #40275 on: November 03, 2013, 01:49:15 am »

hi there!

for fsw applicants how do cic compute part time work? because my sister in law is applying under NOC 3142 but she didnt have full work experience, she just earned her experience as Pt in Singapore on a part time basis and then she went to UK for study as carer. right now shes unemployed here in the Philippines for 2 yrs now.
 thanks
weekly she should work 42 hors as full time job, if it is less than 42 then part time job. you should calcultae experince on hourly bases. suppose if she was working 21 hrs weekly means two month are equal to one month
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« Reply #40276 on: November 03, 2013, 02:24:18 am »

hey all

Now i am more worried than pervious... applied in 0211 category and app received 3 july but still no emails or no communication.

Does CIC send the file to LVO even without informing?

The big worry is that the CAP limit is reached. Fingers crossed
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hila01
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Posts: 732
Ratings: +19
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: London
App. Filed.......: 2013
LANDED..........: Landed 2014.

« Reply #40277 on: November 03, 2013, 02:30:26 am »

weekly she should work 42 hors as full time job, if it is less than 42 then part time job. you should calcultae experince on hourly bases. suppose if she was working 21 hrs weekly means two month are equal to one month

Hello nekeol, according to CIC, full time work means working at least 30hrs a week and not 42hrs. Cheers. Here is the quote from CIC "Factor 3: Work experience (maximum of 15 points)
You will receive points for the number of years of full-time paid work (or the equivalent in part-time paid work) you have obtained within the last ten years. Full-time means at least 30 hours of paid work in one week".
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Chinook
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Posts: 47
Ratings: +35
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: CPPO (Ottawa)
NOC Code......: 2131
App. Filed.......: 8th May 13
Doc's Request.: Updated POF requested with MR and RPRF
AOR Received.: CPPO does not send AOR
Med's Request: 6th Sep 13
Med's Done....: 23rd Sep 13
Passport Req..: 11th Oct 13
VISA ISSUED...: Visa stamping on 17th Oct / Received back passport on 2nd Nov 2013
LANDED..........: 29th Aug 2014 (Beaver Creek YT)

« Reply #40278 on: November 03, 2013, 04:30:34 am »

Hi Everyone,

Finally I got back my passport with a shining Canadian PR Immigrant stamp for a single entry to day.

I had mailed my passport by Fedex on 16th Oct to CPPO which they received the very next day.
In the whole 6 months of visa processing, I had this nerve wrecking 2 weeks waiting time, since there is no way to know when I will get back the passport. I had seen from other forum that people had waited 3-6 weeks to get back their passport. And to make things worse, CIC  says, they are not responsible if the document is lost!

 I had enclosed a prepaid self addressed Canadian "Xpresspost?USA" envelope which had the tracking facility and signature requirement. I started monitoring Canadian Postal web site after 10 days of submission. The tracking got activated on 31st Oct evening and today on 2nd Nov I received the passport.
(My suggestion to all CPPO applicants who have already sent their passports  ..  Don't waste your time tracking the Canadian Postal web site multiple times in a day. As CPPO sends the packages to the local Post Office in the closing hours of evening,  you may like to check their web site just once every day after 18:30Hrs Eastern time). I observed that applicants residing in Canada and sending their passports under other programs wait longer to get back their passports.

My medical report was uploaded on 26th Sep, and the the E mail for Passport Request came on 11th Oct. I am surprised to note that my single entry Immigrant PR Visa will expire on 11th Oct 2014. (Perhaps that is the day CPPO had approved my medical report.)

Along with the passport, they had sent me two copies of "Confirmation of PR", of which one copy bears my photo at the bottom and an additional information sheet.

The salient points given in the "Info Sheet" are enumerated below.

1. Sign the copies of CPR only at the time of landing when instructed by the IO at the port of entry.
2. New immigrants are not eligible for public health insurance for upto 3 months after arrival. Plan to buy private health care insurance till such time you get Govt aided care.
3. Medical surveillance code 1 valid up to 11th Oct 2014. (I do not know what this means)
4. You must inform CIC of any change in marital status and composition of family if it occurs after issue of visa and before landing. CIC will inform you what further procedures to be followed.
4. Landing cannot be made after the expiry of PR visa which becomes null and void. Under no circumstances the PR visa can be extended even by a day.
5. If you fail to make the landing before the visa expires, you will have to reapply for visa as per the existing laws and conditions and the fact a CPR was previously issued to you does not mean that subsequent application will be approved.
6. Any approved family member may accompany or follow the principal applicant, but cannot arrive in Canada before the principal applicant.
7. Any approved family member who does not join the principal applicant before the expiry of CPR, must reapply and be accepted again for immigration.

That is the end of my journey to get Canadian PR.  

Good luck to the remaining members who are eagerly waiting for their Shiny Maple leaf stamp in their passport.






 
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saleem7821
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Posts: 321
Ratings: +5
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: London
NOC Code......: 2134
App. Filed.......: 19-09-2013
Nomination.....: PER Received :16-12-2013
IELTS Request: Sent with Application
File Transfer...: 10-01-2014
Med's Request: 26-06-2014
Med's Done....: 09-07-2014

« Reply #40279 on: November 03, 2013, 04:48:31 am »

many many congratulations to chinook Grin
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Momobee
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Posts: 84
Ratings: +3
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: Accra
NOC Code......: 2132
App. Filed.......: 19-07-2013
Nomination.....: 21-10-2013
IELTS Request: Sent
Med's Request: 30-09-2014
Med's Done....: 04-10-2014
Interview........: waived

« Reply #40280 on: November 03, 2013, 04:52:26 am »

Hi Everyone,

Finally I got back my passport with a shining Canadian PR Immigrant stamp for a single entry to day.

I had mailed my passport by Fedex on 16th Oct to CPPO which they received the very next day.
In the whole 6 months of visa processing, I had this nerve wrecking 2 weeks waiting time, since there is no way to know when I will get back the passport. I had seen from other forum that people had waited 3-6 weeks to get back their passport. And to make things worse, CIC  says, they are not responsible if the document is lost!

 I had enclosed a prepaid self addressed Canadian "Xpresspost?USA" envelope which had the tracking facility and signature requirement. I started monitoring Canadian Postal web site after 10 days of submission. The tracking got activated on 31st Oct evening and today on 2nd Nov I received the passport.
(My suggestion to all CPPO applicants who have already sent their passports  ..  Don't waste your time tracking the Canadian Postal web site multiple times in a day. As CPPO sends the packages to the local Post Office in the closing hours of evening,  you may like to check their web site just once every day after 18:30Hrs Eastern time). I observed that applicants residing in Canada and sending their passports under other programs wait longer to get back their passports.

My medical report was uploaded on 26th Sep, and the the E mail for Passport Request came on 11th Oct. I am surprised to note that my single entry Immigrant PR Visa will expire on 11th Oct 2014. (Perhaps that is the day CPPO had approved my medical report.)

Along with the passport, they had sent me two copies of "Confirmation of PR", of which one copy bears my photo at the bottom and an additional information sheet.

The salient points given in the "Info Sheet" are enumerated below.

1. Sign the copies of CPR only at the time of landing when instructed by the IO at the port of entry.
2. New immigrants are not eligible for public health insurance for upto 3 months after arrival. Plan to buy private health care insurance till such time you get Govt aided care.
3. Medical surveillance code 1 valid up to 11th Oct 2014. (I do not know what this means)
4. You must inform CIC of any change in marital status and composition of family if it occurs after issue of visa and before landing. CIC will inform you what further procedures to be followed.
4. Landing cannot be made after the expiry of PR visa which becomes null and void. Under no circumstances the PR visa can be extended even by a day.
5. If you fail to make the landing before the visa expires, you will have to reapply for visa as per the existing laws and conditions and the fact a CPR was previously issued to you does not mean that subsequent application will be approved.
6. Any approved family member may accompany or follow the principal applicant, but cannot arrive in Canada before the principal applicant.
7. Any approved family member who does not join the principal applicant before the expiry of CPR, must reapply and be accepted again for immigration.

That is the end of my journey to get Canadian PR.  

Good luck to the remaining members who are eagerly waiting for their Shiny Maple leaf stamp in their passport.






 

Congrats chinook
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rawdah
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Posts: 2617
Ratings: +163
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: LONDON
NOC Code......: 2132
App. Filed.......: 23-05-2013 PER Rec'd...: 07-08-2013
Doc's Request.: 04-03-2014
Med's Request: 23-09-2014
Med's Done....: 24-09-2014
Passport Req..: PPR1:23-09-2014, PPR2: 20-10-2014
VISA ISSUED...: 21-10-2014

« Reply #40281 on: November 03, 2013, 04:53:58 am »

Hi Everyone,

Finally I got back my passport with a shining Canadian PR Immigrant stamp for a single entry to day.

I had mailed my passport by Fedex on 16th Oct to CPPO which they received the very next day.
In the whole 6 months of visa processing, I had this nerve wrecking 2 weeks waiting time, since there is no way to know when I will get back the passport. I had seen from other forum that people had waited 3-6 weeks to get back their passport. And to make things worse, CIC  says, they are not responsible if the document is lost!

 I had enclosed a prepaid self addressed Canadian "Xpresspost?USA" envelope which had the tracking facility and signature requirement. I started monitoring Canadian Postal web site after 10 days of submission. The tracking got activated on 31st Oct evening and today on 2nd Nov I received the passport.
(My suggestion to all CPPO applicants who have already sent their passports  ..  Don't waste your time tracking the Canadian Postal web site multiple times in a day. As CPPO sends the packages to the local Post Office in the closing hours of evening,  you may like to check their web site just once every day after 18:30Hrs Eastern time). I observed that applicants residing in Canada and sending their passports under other programs wait longer to get back their passports.

My medical report was uploaded on 26th Sep, and the the E mail for Passport Request came on 11th Oct. I am surprised to note that my single entry Immigrant PR Visa will expire on 11th Oct 2014. (Perhaps that is the day CPPO had approved my medical report.)

Along with the passport, they had sent me two copies of "Confirmation of PR", of which one copy bears my photo at the bottom and an additional information sheet.

The salient points given in the "Info Sheet" are enumerated below.

1. Sign the copies of CPR only at the time of landing when instructed by the IO at the port of entry.
2. New immigrants are not eligible for public health insurance for upto 3 months after arrival. Plan to buy private health care insurance till such time you get Govt aided care.
3. Medical surveillance code 1 valid up to 11th Oct 2014. (I do not know what this means)
4. You must inform CIC of any change in marital status and composition of family if it occurs after issue of visa and before landing. CIC will inform you what further procedures to be followed.
4. Landing cannot be made after the expiry of PR visa which becomes null and void. Under no circumstances the PR visa can be extended even by a day.
5. If you fail to make the landing before the visa expires, you will have to reapply for visa as per the existing laws and conditions and the fact a CPR was previously issued to you does not mean that subsequent application will be approved.
6. Any approved family member may accompany or follow the principal applicant, but cannot arrive in Canada before the principal applicant.
7. Any approved family member who does not join the principal applicant before the expiry of CPR, must reapply and be accepted again for immigration.

That is the end of my journey to get Canadian PR.  

Good luck to the remaining members who are eagerly waiting for their Shiny Maple leaf stamp in their passport.

 

Many many congrats chinook Smiley

Have a happy and safe landing.

Your posts are so much informative. Thanks for your selfless contribution in this forum.

+1 for you.
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moncherie
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Posts: 97
Ratings: +3
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: london
NOC Code......: 2263
App. Filed.......: 23-05-2013
Med's Request: 11/06/2014
Med's Done....: 1/07/2014
Passport Req..: 19/09/2014

« Reply #40282 on: November 03, 2013, 04:56:09 am »


Congrats Chinook,
please don't forget to share your landing experience...
cheers




Hi Everyone,

Finally I got back my passport with a shining Canadian PR Immigrant stamp for a single entry to day.

I had mailed my passport by Fedex on 16th Oct to CPPO which they received the very next day.
In the whole 6 months of visa processing, I had this nerve wrecking 2 weeks waiting time, since there is no way to know when I will get back the passport. I had seen from other forum that people had waited 3-6 weeks to get back their passport. And to make things worse, CIC  says, they are not responsible if the document is lost!

 I had enclosed a prepaid self addressed Canadian "Xpresspost?USA" envelope which had the tracking facility and signature requirement. I started monitoring Canadian Postal web site after 10 days of submission. The tracking got activated on 31st Oct evening and today on 2nd Nov I received the passport.
(My suggestion to all CPPO applicants who have already sent their passports  ..  Don't waste your time tracking the Canadian Postal web site multiple times in a day. As CPPO sends the packages to the local Post Office in the closing hours of evening,  you may like to check their web site just once every day after 18:30Hrs Eastern time). I observed that applicants residing in Canada and sending their passports under other programs wait longer to get back their passports.

My medical report was uploaded on 26th Sep, and the the E mail for Passport Request came on 11th Oct. I am surprised to note that my single entry Immigrant PR Visa will expire on 11th Oct 2014. (Perhaps that is the day CPPO had approved my medical report.)

Along with the passport, they had sent me two copies of "Confirmation of PR", of which one copy bears my photo at the bottom and an additional information sheet.

The salient points given in the "Info Sheet" are enumerated below.

1. Sign the copies of CPR only at the time of landing when instructed by the IO at the port of entry.
2. New immigrants are not eligible for public health insurance for upto 3 months after arrival. Plan to buy private health care insurance till such time you get Govt aided care.
3. Medical surveillance code 1 valid up to 11th Oct 2014. (I do not know what this means)
4. You must inform CIC of any change in marital status and composition of family if it occurs after issue of visa and before landing. CIC will inform you what further procedures to be followed.
4. Landing cannot be made after the expiry of PR visa which becomes null and void. Under no circumstances the PR visa can be extended even by a day.
5. If you fail to make the landing before the visa expires, you will have to reapply for visa as per the existing laws and conditions and the fact a CPR was previously issued to you does not mean that subsequent application will be approved.
6. Any approved family member may accompany or follow the principal applicant, but cannot arrive in Canada before the principal applicant.
7. Any approved family member who does not join the principal applicant before the expiry of CPR, must reapply and be accepted again for immigration.

That is the end of my journey to get Canadian PR.  

Good luck to the remaining members who are eagerly waiting for their Shiny Maple leaf stamp in their passport.






 
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Javiya
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Posts: 249
Ratings: +40
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: NDVO - New Delhi
NOC Code......: 0211
Pre-Assessed..: Yes
App. Filed.......: 28-05-2013      PER Received.: 16-08-2013
AOR Received.: 17-10-2013
IELTS Request: Sent with APPLICATION
Med's Request: 04-12-2013
Med's Done....: 10-12-2013
Interview........: Waived
Passport Req..: 04-12-2013
VISA ISSUED...: 08-02-2014
LANDED..........: 20-02-2014

« Reply #40283 on: November 03, 2013, 05:10:30 am »

Congratulations Chinook. Wish you happy life ahead in Canada.
Share your landing experience in Canada.
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lamia
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Posts: 628
Ratings: +48
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: London
 

NOC Code......: 2131
App. Sent........:30-05-2013
App. Filed.......: 04-06-2013
Fee charged....:16-08-2013
PER Received..:26-08-2013
Process Started.:26-06-2014

Med's Request: 26-06-2014
Med's Done....:  28-06-2014
Interview........:  Waived ISA
Passport Req..: 22-10-2014

« Reply #40284 on: November 03, 2013, 05:17:49 am »

Dear Members,

The update after CIC (01/11/2013)
The percentage calculated between the updated CIC cap limit and the number of Forum members who got even .... fee charged, PER, AOR, MR, or Passport request.
Update on spreadsheet upto (03/11/2013).

FSW2013     CIC(23/9)  CIC(27/9)  CIC(04/10)  CIC(15/10)  CIC(18/10)  CIC(01/11)   SPREADSHEET    RATIO

NOC 0211               198           217          238             265           300            300              62                 21%
NOC 1112               300           300          300             300           300            300              61                 20%
NOC 2113               012           013          013             017           019            029              06                 21%
NOC 2131               125           132          151             167           180            207              37                 18%
NOC 2132               151           169          180             200           219            276              70                 25%
NOC 2134               064           067          074             081           095            100              27                 27%
NOC 2143               003           003          003             003           003            005              00                 00%
NOC 2144               001           001          001             002           003            003              00                 00%
NOC 2145               025           028          032             037           038            049              06                 12%
NOC 2146               007           008          008             010           011            011              00                 00%
NOC 2147               264           290          300             300           300            300              86                 29%      
NOC 2154               005           005          005             007           008            009              01                 11%
NOC 2174               300           300          300             300           300            300              93                 31%
NOC 2243               026           027          030             036           039            051              04                 08%
NOC 2263               086           092          099             108           113            125              23                 18%
NOC 3141               004           004          004             004           005            008              00                 00%
NOC 3142               127           143          154             174           181            208              26                 12%
NOC 3143               017           019          019             020           023            027              01                 04%
NOC 3211               091           098          107             116           122            140              15                 11%
NOC 3212               030           036          037             041           041            056              03                 05%
NOC 3214               007           007          008             009           010            014              01                 07%
NOC 3215               017           018          020             023           025            029              04                 14%
NOC 3216               010           012          012             017           017            022              03                 14%
NOC 3217               008           008          009             010           010            014              01                 07%

TOTAL                     1878           1997         2104              2247           2362            2583              530                     20%

GOOD LUCK FOR ALL.

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Visa Office......: NDVO
NOC Code......: 2132
App. Filed.......: 8/5/14

« Reply #40285 on: November 03, 2013, 05:20:38 am »

Hi Everyone,

Finally I got back my passport with a shining Canadian PR Immigrant stamp for a single entry to day.


Congo Chinook..... well done.... that was real quick for you....  Smiley Smiley
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Posts: 628
Ratings: +48
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: London
 

NOC Code......: 2131
App. Sent........:30-05-2013
App. Filed.......: 04-06-2013
Fee charged....:16-08-2013
PER Received..:26-08-2013
Process Started.:26-06-2014

Med's Request: 26-06-2014
Med's Done....:  28-06-2014
Interview........:  Waived ISA
Passport Req..: 22-10-2014

« Reply #40286 on: November 03, 2013, 05:22:08 am »

Hi Everyone,

Finally I got back my passport with a shining Canadian PR Immigrant stamp for a single entry to day.


Congratulations Chinook.

+1 for making my day .... wishing you all the best of luck buddy.
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« Reply #40287 on: November 03, 2013, 05:42:48 am »

Dear Admin,

Please update the spreadsheet with my info

NOC: 0211
Visa office: New Delhi
Nationality: Indian
IELTS: 7
Points calculated: 70
Spouse IELTS, job offer, relatives in Canada: NO
Degree: MBA (UK) , Mechanical Engineering (India)
Job experience: 5+
PCC sent: Nope
Destination in Canada: Vancouver
App sent:  26/8/2013
App received:  30/8/2013
No update after that.....waiting

Thanks and Regards
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« Reply #40288 on: November 03, 2013, 06:11:37 am »

A quick question friends...i submitted my POF as a last 6 months statement of my savings account. I have no liability at all till the moment. Now I an thinking to mortgage a property through a bank. This loan will be linked to my Salary account. However with my application to CIC, I only provided my savings account details with enough funds but i did not show my salary account. So if i take this loan now, will Visa Office be able to find out information about this loan during background checks??

Bank A - Savings Account - enough Funds - Submitted its 6 months statement to CIC
Bank B - Salary Account - Loan will be linked to this account. Its details have not been sent to CIC
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Posts: 75
Ratings: +2
Category........: FSW3
Visa Office......: Ankara to Warsaw
NOC Code......: 0211
Pre-Assessed..: Yes
App. Filed.......: 21.June.2013
Nomination.....: 10.Sep.2013
AOR Received.: 20.Sep.2013
File Transfer...: 20.Sep.2013
Med's Request: 24.Jul.2014
Med's Done....: 28.Jul.2014

« Reply #40289 on: November 03, 2013, 06:15:00 am »

Dear Admin,

Please update the spreadsheet with my info

NOC: 0211
Visa office: New Delhi
Nationality: Indian
IELTS: 7
Points calculated: 70
Spouse IELTS, job offer, relatives in Canada: NO
Degree: MBA (UK) , Mechanical Engineering (India)
Job experience: 5+
PCC sent: Nope
Destination in Canada: Vancouver
App sent:  26/8/2013
App received:  30/8/2013
No update after that.....waiting

Thanks and Regards
Sorry, you have lost your chance for this year, maybe you can try on 2015, hopefully 2014.
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