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SAMPLE Letter - MR (Medical Request) & PPR (Passport Request)

Discussion in 'Skilled Worker / Professional Immigration' started by sukh420, Dec 13, 2011.

  1. Dear Forum members,
    I was looking for samples of MR and PPR because most of us want to know that how does it looks like. So we can be prepared for that stage and luckily I found the following which are really helpful. ANIL04_10 have posted this MR sample & PPR is from Kunal203.

    Anil04_10 and Kunal203 have typed these whole sample letters their selves. Big Thanks to both of them for sharing. It will be really helpful for all of us. Please do +1 for Both of them :)


    Following MR request sample by ANIL

    Documents in MR (ND VO) - 1

    Dear Friends

    This is the Full / Actual / Complete format of MR forwarding letter (ND VO) -

    ON CHC Immigration Letterhead

    Date ......

    UCI :.......... Application: E00...........
    (Bar code) (Bar code)

    [size=11pt]PA + Address



    Dear ............(PA)

    This refers to your application for admission to Canada.

    In order for us to continue the processing of your application, we require the following:

    - Complete or provide proof of the Immigration medical examination for yourself, and all family members. This must
    be received at this office by ......
    - Pay the Right of Permanent Resident Fee for yourself and Spouse/Common-law partner. This must be received
    at this office by .....
    - From each country where the residence period has been six months or longer since the age of 18, provide an
    original police clearance certificate for yourself and Spouse/Common-law partner. This must be received
    at this office by .....
    - Valid passport or travel document for yourself, and all family members. This must be received at this office by .....
    (Date format is MM/DD/YYYY)


    Failure to submit them within that time period could result in the refusal of your application. Please quote our complete file number on your correspondence and address your correspondence to the High Commission at the addrress indicated below.

    PLEASE RETURN THIS FORM WITH THE REQUESTED DOCUMENTS

    Sincerely,



    Immigration Section
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    All the dates mentioned for submission (This must be received at this office by .....), is a common date ... after 45 days. This is the 1st part ...... Have to type the remaining ..... :-[

    By Anil

    Documents in MR (ND VO) - 2

    Dear Friends

    This is the Full / Actual / Complete format of MR forwarding letter (ND VO) -

    ON CHC Immigration Letterhead

    Date ......

    UCI :.......... Application: E00...........
    (Bar code) (Bar code)

    [size=11pt]PA + Address



    Dear ............(PA)

    In order to determine if you meet the medical admissibility criteria in Canada's immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA), it is necessary for you and your eligible family members to undergo medical examinations. All persons for whom we have sent medical forms must be examined, whether or not they are accompanying you to Canada. Please note that the issuance of these medical instructions does not constitute a guarantee that a visa will be issued.

    Note : If this is a request for a second medical examination, it is because earlier results have expired. All costs related to the medical examination including mailing costs are to be paid by the applicant.

    This examination must be done in the next 45 days. Please make an appointment with a doctor within 45 days from receipt of this letter. If we do not receive medical reports for you (and your dependents) we will assume that you are no longer interested in proceeding to Canada and will refuse your application.

    Your medical instruction package includes Section A of the medical form, Client Identification and Summary, for each person who requires a medical examination. Please check the accuracy of the personal information. If there are any significant errors please advice us by fax or letter quoting your file number and indicate the errors. We will send you a corrected form. You should then destroy the incorrect section A. If we have included your maiden surname or other name(s) in Section A you may still proceed with your medical examination. This office has provided Sections B to E of the Medical Report directly to examining doctors.

    The medical examinations must be performed by a physician on the list of Designated Medical Practitioners (DMP) that is included with this letter. The DMPs will provide the results of your medical examination to a Canadian Medical Officer who provides an opinion of your medical condition under the IRPA to a visa officer examining the relevant application.
    It is the DMPs responsibility to forward all medical results directly to the Canadian High Commission once ALL test results are received. Certain medical conditions may require more investigation and the DMPs may have to refer you for additional tests.

    Although DMPs may discuss your medical concerns with you, the DMP is not able to indicate whether you have passed a medical examination nor whether a visa will be issued. Visa issuance is the decision of the Visa Officer.

    Please make an appointment with the DMP whose office is located close to your area of residence.

    The DMPs conduct examinations by appointment only. Please be sure to keep your appointment as you may be charged for the examination should you fail to appear. If you or any eligible dependent are outside your normal area of residence for an extended period of time, it may be possible for you to be examined by a DMP in another area. Additional information on DMPs in other countries is available on the internet at http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/contacts/medical.html.

    When you arrange your appointment, please also check what arrangements are to be made for your chest X-rays and laboratory tests.

    When going for your appointment with the DMP you must take:

    - This letter.
    - Section A of the medical form for each member of the family being examined and any additional information as
    specified in the instructions to applicants.
    - Original, valid passports for each person being examined (photocopies are not acceptable). In the case of Refugee
    applicants, present your Shanakhti pass, or Tazkira or UNHCR Identity card.
    - Five (5) passport-sized photos for each person being examined
    -The negative of a passport-size photograph for each person to be examined (preferably the negative of a black and
    white photograph you submitted with your application)
    - Eye glasses (if applicable), list of prescription drugs taken or any relevant medical report(s) from previous conditions
    which the doctor may need to discuss. Documented evidence of Tuberculosis (TB) treatment is required if you have
    been treated or TB in the past.

    If you do not take all the above to your appointment, the DMP may not examine you and you might need to take a new appointment, thus incurring delay. The DMP will forward your medical reports to this office directly. You are not to handle medical results yourself.

    What is included in the medical examination?
    - complete medical examination - for persons of all ages
    - chest X-ray and report - for all persons 11 years of age and over (and others if there are concerns of TB in the
    family)
    - urine analysis including microscopic examination - for persons 5 years of age and over
    - syphilis serology - for persons 15 years of age and over
    - HIV testing for 15 years of age and over, children who have received blood or blood products or who have HIV
    positive mother or all potential adoptees. If the first test is positive, a second confirmatory test must be done at
    the expense of the applicant.

    It is possible that after the completion of your medical examination and submission of reports, further tests or reports may be requested. You will be advised accordingly.

    It is recommended that routine immunizations for all children and adults be initiated or completed before departure for Canada (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis, mumps, measles, rubella, hepatitis A and B and meningococcal), and where available, immunization records should be brought to Canada. A number of Canadian provinces require presentation of such records for school registration.

    Please consult the fee schedule for applicants in order to find the cost of the medical examinations. Please note that medical examinations are undertaken at your own risk and expense. Completion of the medical examinations does not guarantee issuance of a visa. Should you subsequently be refused a visa, there will be no refund of the fees and costs incurred.

    Effective April 20 2010[/size]

    RATES FOR CANADIAN IMMIGRATION MEDICAL EXAMINATION

    AGE GROUP PHYSICAL EXAM LABORATORY X-RAY HIV TOTAL

    Applicants 5 yrs Rs 700 Rs 700
    Applicants 5 yrs to < 11 yrs Rs 900 Rs 150 Rs 1050
    Applicants 11 to 15 yrs Rs 1400 Rs 150 Rs 400 Rs 1950
    Applicants > 15 yrs Rs 1400 Rs 150 Rs 400 Rs 350 Rs 2500

    - Please note that the saving should be passed on to the applicant in the event that the cost of chest X-ray,
    VDRL and urinalysis is less than the allowed maximum.
    - Do not change the applicant extra for postage as it has already been incorporated in the total.
    - HIV testing for 15 years of age and over, children who have received blood or blood products, have a known HIV
    positive mother, or all potential adoptees.
    - If the First one is positive, a Second confirmatory test must be done at the expense of the applicant.
    - An additional Rs 100 only may be charged for a furtherance when you see the applicant in your office.


    The issuance of medical instructions does not constitute final acceptance of your application. Your application will not become finalized until we have advised you of final decision. You will receive a letter letting you know if an interview will be required to finalize your case. Sponsored spouses and dependent children may expect their case to be reviewed within six months from the date of the submission of the sponsorship. For regular updates on New Delhi's processing times, please visit our website http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/New-delhi/servstan-en.asp?#perm.http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/New-delhi/visas-en.asp Please do not contact us if your case is proceeding according to the processing times noted on our website. In the meantime, we suggest that you not make any commitments related to the application until your case has been concluded. ANY STEPS THAT YOU TAKE NOW E.G. DISPOSING OF PROPERTY OR EFFECTS, OR GIVING UP EMPLOYMENT OR ACCOMMODATION OR TAKING OTHER COMMITMENTS CONCERNING YOUR PROPOSED MIGRATION OR VISIT TO CANADA WILL BE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
    IMPORTANT: IMMIGRATION MEDICAL RESULTS ARE VALID FOR 12 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE EXAMINATION.
    PASSPORTS: Please DO NOT send your passports to us until we request them from you. However, please submit any photos or height/ eye colour information that was requested in earlier correspondence at the exact address noted on this letter by whatever means you deem to be sufficient secure other than by hand. Delivery of these documents by hand at the High Commission will not be accepted.
    Important: Since we do not mail passports to addresses outside of India, Nepal and Bhutan you must, if you have not already done so, provide a mailing address in that territory.
    Reminder regarding the Right of Permanent Residence Fee (RPRF) must be paid for you and your spouse (if any) before Permanent Resident visas can be issued. If not paid already, RPRF payment now will help avoid unnecessary delays in the processing of you case. f you are being sponsored as a member of the family class, RPRF must be paid by your sponsor in Canada.Only applicants in the Economic Class (i.e., Skilled Worker Class, Business Class and Provincial Nomination) may pay RPRF at the Canadian High Commission, New Delhi. Please refer to our website http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/new-delhi/fees-en.asp for current applicable fees.
    If the medical results are satisfactory, we will continue processing your application and will contact you in due course. Please do not contact us to enquire about your medical results. You may be asked to come at the Canadian High Commission for a repeat medical examination by the Medical Officers of the Canadian High Commission. We will correspond with you if you do not pass your medical, or if further medical examinations are required.
    If you have applied as a skilled worker, a brochure and application for the Canadian Immigration Integration Project has been included with these medical instructions. We encourage you to take advantage of this FREE service which is intended to assist you as you make the transition to working in Canada.

    Sincerely

    Immigration Section

    PS: THIS IS A VALID COMPUTER GENERATED LETTER NOT REQUIRING ANY SIGNATURE


    By Anil


    PPR- Passport Request letter Sample By Kunal203, Thanks to him for sharing




    High Commission of Canada
    Immigration and Medical Services Division
    Macdonald House
    38 Grosvenor Street
    London W1K 4AA
    United Kingdom

    File: Date:
    Dear Applicant,

    This letter requests that you submit your passport, and the passports of your accompanying dependents, as well
    as photographs and updated information within 60 days so that we can issue your Permanent Resident visa(s).
    Please read the letter carefully, and follow the instructions provided. You should not take any irrevocable action
    such as selling property, resigning employment, or making travel arrangements until you have received your
    passport(s) and permanent resident visa(s).

    Preparing Your Passport(s), Photographs and Updated Information

    1. Please ensure that your passport and the passports of each of your accompanying family members meet the
    requirements on the back of this page. If any of the passports submitted do not meet these requirements, the visas
    will not be issued, and all passports will be returned to you. You will be required to re-submit all of the passports
    once they meet our requirements. This type of delay will shorten the amount of time that you will have to travel
    to Canada to become a permanent resident. Please see point 5 for important information about the validity of
    your Permanent Resident visa.

    2. You will need 2 recent photographs of yourself, and 2 recent photographs of each of your dependents. The
    photos must conform to the specifications listed on the other side of this page.

    3. Complete each section of the updated information chart on page 3 of this letter. The information provided
    on the updated information chart should be the same as the information in your passport. Your Permanent
    Resident visa will be issued to match the information that appears in your passport. This will be the name that
    appears on all of your documents after you become a Permanent Resident of Canada. If your family composition
    has changed, you must tell us now. You must also tell us immediately if your family composition changes at any
    time between now and your arrival in Canada.

    4. Submit your passport, photos and information within 60 days of the date of this letter. Please see the last page
    of this letter for information about submitting your passports, photos and information.

    5. Unless your passport expires on an earlier date, your visas will expire one year from the date of your medical
    examinations. You must enter Canada on or before this date. If your passport, or any of your family members'
    passports, are due to expire before this date, all visas will expire on the date that the first passport expires.
    The validity of a Permanent Resident visa cannot be extended, nor can a replacement visa be issued with a
    new validity date. If you do not provide us with your passport(s) before the expiry of your visa or you do not
    use your visa(s) before their expiry date, and you still wish to immigrate to Canada, you will have to submit a
    new application and processing fee. A new application would be assessed according to the Immigration Act
    and Regulations in force at that time.

    Yours sincerely,
    High Commission of Canada

    Page 2

    PASSPORT SPECIFICATIONS

    Every passport that you submit must meet these specifications. If any of the passports submitted do not meet these
    specifications, your visas will not be issued and all passports will be returned to you.

    1. All names and dates of birth must be printed in each passport in English or French.

    2. The surname (last name) of the passport-holder must be clearly printed on the Surname line of the bio-page of each
    passport, and should match the information provided by you on your Updated Information Chart.

    3. The given name (first name) of the passport-holder must be clearly printed on the Given Name line of the bio- page
    of each passport, and should match the information provided by you on your Updated Information Chart.

    4. If any of your children are included in your passport or in your spouse's passport, that passport must contain the
    following information for each child: the child's first name, last name, date of birth and a photo that is less than one
    year old.

    5. Your spouse must have their own passport.

    6. Each passport must have at least 2 empty pages; additional empty pages are required if your children are included
    in your passport (2 empty pages per child).

    7. All passports should be valid for at least 12 months from the date of your medical examinations. Unless your
    passport expires on an earlier date, your visas will expire one year from the date of your medical examinations. You
    must enter Canada on or before this date. If your passport, or any of your family members' passports, are due to
    expire before this date, all visas will expire on the same date that the earliest passport expires.

    8. All passports must be intact and not worn, torn or otherwise damaged; the laminate on the bio-page must be
    securely attached.

    9. Each page must be securely affixed to the passport; there cannot be any loose pages.


    Photo Specifications
    Please take these instructions with you to the photographer

    Notes to the applicant

    • 2 recent pictures are required for each person;

    • write your file number and the name of each person on the back of their photo;

    • the photographs must not be damaged or blemished.

    Immigration photographs are NOT the same as passport photographs. They must meet the specifications in the diagram below.

    Notes to the photographer

    The photographs must:

    • show a full front view of the person's head and shoulders, showing full face centred in the middle of the photograph;

    • have a plain white background;
    • be identical (black and white or colour)

    produced from the same untouched negative, or exposed simultaneously by a split-image or multi-lens camera;

    • be produced on single weight matte paper;

    • measure between 25mm and 30mm (1" and 1 1/5") from chin to crown (see diagram);
    • have a finished size of 35mm x 45mm (1 3/8" and 1 3/4


    Please continue on a separate sheet if you have more than six children.
    FAMILY NAME FIRST NAME PASSPORT# PASSPORT EXPIRY HEIGHT COLOUR CODE
    (as in passport) (as in passport) PASSPORT EXPIRY (DD/MM/YYYY) (Centimetres) (see code chart below)


    Principal Applicant
    Spouse
    Child 1
    Child 2
    Child 3
    Child 4
    Child 5
    Child 6


    Your Name:
    Current Mailing Address:
    E-mail Address:
    Telephone Contact Details:
    Home: Work: Mobile:
    EYE COLOUR CODE
    Black 1
    Blue 2
    Brown 3
    Green 4
    Hazel 5
    Grey 6
    Other 7
    Instructions: Submitting Your Passport(s), Photographs and Updated Information

    A. Packages submitted by courier or mail
    Please use the address label included with this letter when you send your documents. You must provide each of the items
    listed below:

    1. A self-addressed envelope at least 21cm x 30cm (8.5” x 12”).

    2. Your passport and the passports of each of your accompanying dependents. All passports must be submitted
    at the same time.

    3. The Updated Information Chart on the other side of this page, completed.

    4. 2 photographs of you and 2 photographs of each of your dependents accompanying you to Canada. The
    photographs must not be stapled, glued or pinned; they can be paper-clipped or enclosed in a small envelope.
    Please write your file number and the name of the person on the back of their photo.


    When the Immigration Division in London returns passports to applicants in the Gulf countries they are first sent to the
    Canadian Embassy in the appropriate region. The Embassy in Abu Dhabi is responsible for sending documents within the
    United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, Yemen and Oman. The Embassy in Riyadh is responsible for sending documents within
    Saudi Arabia. Packages are sent to each embassy from the London office twice a week as required. When the packages
    are received at the respective visa offices, embassy staff contact the applicant to confirm how they would like their passports
    delivered. This process ensures that passports are returned securely to our applicants. Applicants should expect to be
    without their passports for 30 working days (6 weeks). Do not contact either the London office or the offices in Riyadh and
    Abu Dhabi before 30 working days have passed as this only slows the process.


    In the unlikely event that you have not heard from us and it has been at least 30 working days (6 weeks) since you
    submitted your passport(s) and other items, you may contact us by e-mail. Our e-mail address is available on our website
    at www.UnitedKingdom.gc.ca.


    B. Packages submitted in person


    You must provide the same items as for mail-in applications (above), except that you do not need to provide a self addressed
    envelope.


    In-person Permanent Resident visa service is only available on Thursdays between 2:00pm and 3:00 pm. You may collect
    your passport 10 working days (the second Thursday, 2:00pm to 3:00pm) following the date you submitted your package.
    When you submit the items listed above, you will be given a receipt acknowledging that we have received a package from
    you. You must bring this receipt when you collect your passport(s) and visa(s). If you nominate someone else to collect your
    passport(s) and visa(s), that person must present the receipt that was issued to you, a letter from you authorizing them to
    collect your passport(s) and one piece of identification that includes their name and photograph.


    By Kunal
     
  2. Thanks friend , I hope to see this letters one day !!
     
  3. Don't worry bro 2012 will be lucky for us.
    :)
     
  4. I got same letter for ppr from sydeny Australia
    Thanks every one

    Hey sukh. I also apply from sydeny
     
  5. Nice thread sukh420! ;D ;D ;D
     
  6. can you extend your passport submission time from 60 days if the passports are not available within this time period ... actually im applying for UK extention as well so my passports will be with the UK embassy for at least 35 to 40 days it can take longer, in that case if i receive PPR it will be a problem for me to send them in time ..
     
  7. A nice decently prepared thread :). +1
     
  8. Nice Compilation!!


     
  9. Thanks you all. Anil & Kunal did well

    Cheers
    Sukh :)
     
  10. Hey Puniajas that's gr8, Congrats for PPR :)
     
  11. Very nice Thread....

    Do you receive the ppr by email?
     
  12. Hi whocares,

    Thx, but I haven't received PPR yet, not even medicals. I am expecting in January of February.

    Cheers
     

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