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Neo-the-one
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Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: NDVO
NOC Code......: 2146
App. Filed.......: Jan 27, 2014

« on: September 12, 2013, 12:54:38 pm »

Hello folks,

I will be in Canada on a study permit next month. I will also apply for a Canadian PR under the new FSWP 2013 criteria. Where does my application go once I receive the PER letter? What is the process and timeline after the PER? There is a bunch of documentation on applying under the FSWP 2013 from outside Canada, I am very confused on the steps from within Canada.

I highly appreciate any help in this matter. Thank You
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scylla
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Category........: FAM
Visa Office......: Buffalo
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« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2013, 06:37:26 pm »

There is a bunch of documentation on applying under the FSWP 2013 from outside Canada, I am very confused on the steps from within Canada.

There is just one process and one set of forms.
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enemu
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« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2013, 06:50:04 pm »

Hello folks,

I will be in Canada on a study permit next month. I will also apply for a Canadian PR under the new FSWP 2013 criteria. Where does my application go once I receive the PER letter? What is the process and timeline after the PER? There is a bunch of documentation on applying under the FSWP 2013 from outside Canada, I am very confused on the steps from within Canada.

I highly appreciate any help in this matter. Thank You

Hi,

I think it goes to either Ottawa or the one in Alberta depending on what you filled out in your form. check their website for the correct CPC for your application.

I think the forms are pretty much the same just that there aren't a lot of people applying from within Canada so not much info to help out in the process. I just applied three weeks ago and was almost worried till I found this forum and learnt that the wait time is months so nothing to worry about.

Good Luck!
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NRB
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« Reply #3 on: September 13, 2013, 12:17:02 am »

The forms must first be posted to Nova Scotia and then the centre sends it through to Ottawa. I am still waiting for my case file number and I am hoping someone from this site can help
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Vats
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Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: New Delhi
NOC Code......: 2131               ECA Sent……….: 12-05-2013     ECA Received..: 28-05-2013   IELTS TRF Rec: 29-05-2013
App. Filed.......: 12-06-2013     PER Date .......: 30-08-2013
AOR Received.: 25-10-2013
Med's Request: 10-01-2014
Med's Done....: 18-01-2014
Passport Req..: 13-01-2014       PP Submited...: 21-01-2014

« Reply #4 on: September 13, 2013, 12:47:25 am »

you should send applicaiton to Nova Scotia and show your Visa office as CPP-O ottawa
the process is simple and there is no much differance in applicaiton for within canada or outside canada
btw what NOC you are planning to apply?


Hello folks,

I will be in Canada on a study permit next month. I will also apply for a Canadian PR under the new FSWP 2013 criteria. Where does my application go once I receive the PER letter? What is the process and timeline after the PER? There is a bunch of documentation on applying under the FSWP 2013 from outside Canada, I am very confused on the steps from within Canada.

I highly appreciate any help in this matter. Thank You
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Neo-the-one
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Posts: 36
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Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: NDVO
NOC Code......: 2146
App. Filed.......: Jan 27, 2014

« Reply #5 on: September 13, 2013, 01:45:20 am »

Planning to apply under 2146 Aerospace Engg. (MS and 5+ yrs of experience). Based on processing times posted on the link cic.gc.ca/english/information/times/perm/skilled-que.asp#west , it seems that if I apply from within Canada (Ottawa is the only CVO) it takes more time for processing than most international CVOs. At this point, I plan to be in Montreal on a study permit but was wondering since I will be applying from within Canada, maybe don't have to go through medical checks/visa stamping etc.?
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Vats
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Posts: 2595
Ratings: +89
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: New Delhi
NOC Code......: 2131               ECA Sent……….: 12-05-2013     ECA Received..: 28-05-2013   IELTS TRF Rec: 29-05-2013
App. Filed.......: 12-06-2013     PER Date .......: 30-08-2013
AOR Received.: 25-10-2013
Med's Request: 10-01-2014
Med's Done....: 18-01-2014
Passport Req..: 13-01-2014       PP Submited...: 21-01-2014

« Reply #6 on: September 13, 2013, 03:39:39 am »

Planning to apply under 2146 Aerospace Engg. (MS and 5+ yrs of experience). Based on processing times posted on the link cic.gc.ca/english/information/times/perm/skilled-que.asp#west , it seems that if I apply from within Canada (Ottawa is the only CVO) it takes more time for processing than most international CVOs. At this point, I plan to be in Montreal on a study permit but was wondering since I will be applying from within Canada, maybe don't have to go through medical checks/visa stamping etc.?
you need to go for medical check and visa stamping as the type of visa is different and as per forum below CPP-O applicant also receive Medical request.
inaddition to this the time require for your case (within canada) will be short than other VO

http://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/updated-topics/-t146774.0.html;topicseen
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