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  1. kuanysh13

    ***>>> February 2020 AOR <<<***

    In the same boat with you here. AOR March 2020. No updates whatsoever.
  2. kuanysh13

    ***>>> March 2020 AOR <<<***

    It seems like we still have to wait until the US-Canada border is re-opened. FSW-Inland here, I moved out a couple of months back, and I don’t think I’ll be able to come back until the vaccinated rate is > 70%. Here’s to the next year fellas.
  3. kuanysh13

    FSW Inland PR applicants

    Be realistic, there’s no reason for them to start processing applicants Q1 of 2020 now that we’re past any standards. I gave up on the matter, and leaving the country in a couple of weeks. With the way things are going, I don’t see any improvements until things are back to normal. That’ll happen...
  4. kuanysh13

    FSW Inland PR applicants

    Strong hands dude! March 2020 here and not counting months either. I reckon it’ll be done closer to the EOY.
  5. kuanysh13

    ***>>> March 2020 AOR <<<***

    Thank you for the detailed response, I appreciate it! I’ll dismiss the BOWP application idea then. All the best.
  6. kuanysh13

    ***>>> March 2020 AOR <<<***

    A quick question for fellow residents on a work permit. I’ll be leaving Canada in a month and don’t intend to return until the next year. I’ve been in Canada for 18 months on a closed work permit and have an opportunity to apply for a bridging open work permit. Now, my understanding is that...
  7. kuanysh13

    FSW Inland PR applicants

    Nada, zilch, zero. We’ll be here a while I think, better grab a seat.
  8. kuanysh13

    ***>>> February 2020 AOR <<<***

    I was in the same situation bud. I simply quit and informed IRCC via a web-form. I’ll be able to apply for BOWP in a month but that’s not concrete yet. I’d re-apply under the CEC stream if they canceled my application due to that LMIA job situation. So, if you have enough points to apply under...
  9. kuanysh13

    ***>>> March 2020 AOR <<<***

    We’re in the same boat then regardless of our application origin. Best of luck to you too!
  10. kuanysh13

    ***>>> March 2020 AOR <<<***

    I don’t think anyone intended to berate other candidates here but don’t you agree that prioritizing people who already have their life set up in Canada makes more sense rationally speaking when the world is in pandemic mode? Canadian government thinks otherwise of course, but it does make...
  11. kuanysh13

    Are FSW-Inland applications from 2020 being processed?

    First I asked what was required to cancel the application. They responded saying this: --- Thank you for contacting Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). If you wish to withdraw your application or cancel your withdrawal request, we invite you to fill out the IRCC Web form...
  12. kuanysh13

    Are FSW-Inland applications from 2020 being processed?

    Just sent them a webfrom. Not sure about the refund though, they asked me to provide the details, and I’m still waiting for their response.
  13. kuanysh13

    Are FSW-Inland applications from 2020 being processed?

    Yeah, I agree with @jcpn. I decided to leave the country and get back once PR is processed. I’ll live life elsewhere. With the way things are going, it’ll likely to happen next year I think as Canada is not that fast when it comes to vaccination.
  14. kuanysh13

    ***>>> March 2020 AOR <<<***

    Just sent a similar letter to my local member of parliament.
  15. kuanysh13

    ***>>> March 2020 AOR <<<***

    I haven’t received it, no. My AOR is March 13, 2020 and I’m a FSW Inland which has not been a priority stream for some time. I have no idea if it affects anything but I doubt it. Best of luck!
  16. kuanysh13

    ***>>> March 2020 AOR <<<***

    I was in a similar situation just a few months ago. I simply let them know of the child’s name and birthdate via webform. Not sure if it’s enough but I wasn’t told to do anything else. Congrats!
  17. kuanysh13

    ***>>> March 2020 AOR <<<***

    @Ojay1 hold your horses cowboy, @matteosc is dropping truth. Be angry at IRCC, not fellow victims of their reckless behaviour like @matteosc. Processing 27,000 people before applicants who had applied six (!) months earlier is bonkers! They must be doing meth like lots of locals on the streets...
  18. kuanysh13

    FSW Inland PR applicants

    @SVSD Afraid not. It is what it is and it’s out of our hands. There’s a petition at change.org but no action has been taken so far. I gave up on the matter and sent them a withdrawal form.
  19. kuanysh13

    ***>>> March 2020 AOR <<<***

    Hi, congrats! Are you CEC?
  20. kuanysh13

    ***>>> March 2020 AOR <<<***

    With 2 years of work xp you should have no problems getting the points needed under CEC even without PNP, no?