So; after almost 12 months waiting (seems longer than most people here?) I got an Email from Singapore:
Thank you for your enquiry to the Immigration Section of the High Commission of Canada in Singapore.
You can submit your passport.
We trust this information will be of assistance.
Immigration Section | Section d'immigration
High Commission of Canada | Haut Commissariat du Canada
Singapore | Singapourtrust this information will be of assistance.
Ain't that the sweetest Email?
Anyhow, my wife is planning to deliver her passport in person; as she need to re-enter Canada anyway. Has anyone ever had any experience delivering their documents in person? How would it take for Singapore to process?
It's rather unfortunate that I can't accompany her to her trip to Singapore; not only because I wish to be with her every step of the way; I'm really sad at the prospect of missing out the fantastic food Singapore has to offer
. Having said that, I have a few questions:
1) Is there any fee we'd have to pay upon delivering her passport in Singapore?
2) I believe there's a fee that we have to pay upon my wife's First Landing; I've been trying to find the Fees Checklist document, but I can't seem to find it. Anyone remember how much it is?
I'm really excited; hoping to finally start doing all the stuff we were planning once she gets her PR card!