Please provide the reference. I've read the Enforcement manual pertaining to PRAA and it doesn't say this anywhere.
They told me the same. They never even open my prra app. I was asked to uopdate my sponsorship app soon after the prra interview. I already got AIP, so don't worry, they say that so youget scared and maybe withdraw your in land and decide to go home and apply outland.
Here is the reference:
"5.3. Application made
Reference to an "application made" in the Regulations means the date that the application is date
stamped as received by the CPC-V.The CPC-V date stamps an application as received once they
have determined that the application is complete (see Section 5.4, below).
Under the spousal policy, many clients can benefit from an administrative deferral of removal if
there is evidence that they have a pending spousal application by the time they are deemed
removal-ready by the CBSA. In general, the date that the CPC-V has locked in the application is
the proof that an application has been made. For cases where a client attests that they have
made an application that has not been locked in, clients may present a copy of their application as
well as a copy of their fees receipt to show that an application has been made. Such proof may
also assist the CPC-V in locating the file for prompt action."
"F. ADMINISTRATIVE DEFERRAL OF REMOVAL
The Canada Border Services Agency has agreed to grant a temporary administrative deferral of
removal to applicants who qualify under this public policy. The deferral will not be granted to
Are inadmissible for security (A34), human or international rights violations (A35), serious
criminality and criminality (A36), or organized criminality (A37);
Are excluded by the Refugee Protection Division under Article F of the Geneva Convention;
Have charges pending or in those cases where charges have been laid but dropped by the
Crown, if these charges were dropped to effect a removal order;
IP 8 Spouse or Common-law partner in Canada Class
Have already benefited from an administrative deferral of removal emanating from an H&C
Have a warrant outstanding for removal;
Have previously hindered or delayed removal; and
Have been previously deported from Canada and have not obtained permission to return.
For those applicants who are receiving a pre-removal risk assessment (PRRA), the administrative
deferral for processing applicants under this H&C public policy will be in effect for the time
required to complete the PRRA (R232). Applicants who have waived a PRRA or who are not
entitled to a PRRA will receive an administrative deferral of removal of 60 days.
Applicants who apply under this public policy after they are deemed removal ready by CBSA will
not benefit from the administrative deferral of removal except in the limited circumstances outlined
below (transitional cases)."http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/manuals/ip/ip08-eng.pdf