i dont wnt to trigger any arguments
, let us be brothers but same time i can understand wht everybody likes to know from these kind of forums.
As per the CHc's timelines all guys who did their meds in the last quarter of 2010 should have received by now the PPR or PCC request from the present country of stay. But this was kept in pause coz of elections and vvv strict security checks which made the applicants case by case. here everybody wil receive their PPRs but with up and down delays. so whn one bro sees one guy receiving PPR or meds thy wil start sending enquires to CHc for which thy are not responding. plus all communications are recorded in ur file. and keeping ur communications to minimum is always advicable.
In UAE we are organising get togethers of Canadian applicats in a regular intervals
and we discuss all issues plus these social gatherings helps all in post landing too.
. in addition i am one of the guy who start my appli process after 1 year being active in many forums
Good luck always and God bless allBiju
First of all, Congrats to Biju for the PPR.
I hope and pray that all of SAP FSW 2007 applicants will be getting their PPR soon.
However, I approach it from an angle where we should inform and share our updates on the Immigration process. I believe, it is one of the founding principles of such discussion forums. One may feel a bit frustrated at once if his/her case is taking a bit more time, however, by the same token, he is kept posted and gets a more realistic picture about the happening at CHC LONDON. I can't speak for others, however, it was the only reason that I kept and keep coming to this FORUM is to become aware of the latest trends in the fashion that CHC London and Canadian Immigration is operating as a whole. Eventually all those who did their meds in the last quarter of 2010, will Insha''allah be getting their PPR. I believe, it is still very much matching the time frame that CHC London gave to each applicant in the begging. I had a time frame of 42-48 months and things are well kept within the time frame. However, I noticed in cases where one had to go through a Medical Furtherance or PCC update, an extra month or so was added to the timeline, but then it is understandable. Just wanted to share my views.