Please help me to get rid of this confusion.
It has been now almost 1 year since i applied for Canadian immigration. On February 25th 2011, i was asked for Marriage certificate although a copy of marriage certificate was already on my file according to CAIPS notes. I wasnt sure that whether i was suppose to send the original or the copy of marriage certificate. So what i did i sent them my original marriage certificate and the licence and i also fax them with detail that why i am sending them original marriage certificate. For the safe side i also fax them my marriage certificate. In short i sent them both a copy and original marriage certificate. I was expecting that once they will receive my marriage certificate they will send me PPR.
Unfortunately today i received a envelope from Canadian consulate, it has nothing but my original marriage certificate and the license. I dont know why there is no letter, or anything in it.
Somebody have any idea that how long will it take them to finalize my case or why did they send me back my original certificate. One thing more if that was the only thing they required then why didnt the send me PPR?
Note: My medical was already expired and IO extended the validity of medical for 6 month which is also expired today. Why didnt he/she ask me for redo medical?
huh i am soooo confuse. I dont know what IO is doing with my case.
God please help me.
I'm so sorry to hear of your predicament. You're not the only one having this kind of problem, I assure you.
There's not a whole lot you can do, until you find out more. In order to do so, please do the following (all of them):
1. Emaill CIC Buffalo for a case-specific-inquiry. Your case is outside the normal processing times, so it WILL get *some* attention.
Please go to this page: https://dmp-portal.cic.gc.ca/cicemail/intro-eng.aspx?mission=buffalo
2. Send Buffalo a FAX, with the same thing you sent to the case-specific-inquiry.
Their fax number is here: (716) 852-2477
3. Contact your MP (member of parliament) for whatever Province your sponsor lives or you're moving to, and explain the situation.
You can find a list of members of parliament at the following address: http://webinfo.parl.gc.ca/MembersOfParliament/MainMPsCompleteList.aspx?TimePeriod=Current&Language=E
Sit back and wait about a week (or less). If you haven't heard anything in 7 days, repeat all 3 steps. You can contact additional MP's if necessary.
4. If you like, you can also email the Honourable Jason Kenney's office. He is in charge of CIC at the Canadian Government. You may or may not get very far with this route, but it's worth a shot. You can contact his office at Minister @ cic.gc.ca
Good luck, and please let us know what you find out.