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    Extremely delayed decision on PR application (Express Entry/ BC PNP)

    Unfortunately this is common for non-CEC applications. Hopefully you will be among the first people to receive CoPR once IRCC starts processing FSW and PNP normally!
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    FSW Inland PR applicants

    No. Lol. Basically every FSW app submitted since December 2019 is stuck in processing. You have no chance at mandamus whatsoever after 1 year. Literally zero.
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    FSW Inland PR applicants

    https://www.getgcms.com/blog/what-is-mandamus-and-when-is-it-used/ No chance on mandamus for 1-2 years processing time. 3-4 years seems to be where it can start to be used. Hopefully it does not come to that for us.
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    FSW Inland PR applicants

    There's no reason to do this based on current processing trends. CEC is the only thing being processing normally. So you would just have two applications stuck in the queue... probably better to wait this one out. Our applications will be processed eventually, I am sure of it.
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    FSW Inland PR applicants

    Interesting article. It says CEC processing will be the focus for 2021, apparently to allow IRCC to hit targets, but may shift to FSW processing in 2022. Coupled with recent declines in CEC ITAs it is possible IRCC is setting themselves up to clear the FSW backlog in 2022...
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    FSW Inland PR applicants

    Yeah probably true.
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    FSW WORLDWIDE

    FSW's can move to Quebec as soon as they land (outside of Quebec). There are no limitations. PNP, it is "ambiguous". But there is no reason to mess around with that. If you accept a PNP nomination, I'd strongly plan to live there for two years before leaving. That two years is nothing compared...
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    FSW WORLDWIDE

    You are not excluded. EE doesn't know or care you have received an NOI until you officially receive the provincial nomination. At that point you are relevant for PNP draws. But before that, you remain eligible for FSW draws while the provincial nomination application is in process. This...
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    FSW WORLDWIDE

    why are you trying to come to Canada from Sweden and why is Finland miserable I have assumed that those two countries are fantastic if you are white. probably not so welcoming otherwise?
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    >>>>>>>OCTOBER 2020 AOR<<<<<<< Join here

    Yeah I got mine done in Seattle for $400 or something
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    FSW WORLDWIDE

    This thread gonna get banned again
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    FSW WORLDWIDE

    Chill man, don't take it out on Afghan refugees fleeing a truly horrible situation. I can't imagine being a woman in Afghanistan. Canada helping these people out is part of the reason we all wanted to move here... a country that will help people it doesn't have to.
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    FSW WORLDWIDE

    Except maybe for @RSub personal life lol
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    FSW WORLDWIDE

    Immigration minister is not unilaterally setting immigration policy. That is coming from party leadership. Very unlikely that having a new minister will directly result in meaningful changes
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    FSW Inland PR applicants

    Which one of you was this lol From legalfalcon's fb page: "Filing an application for Mandamus is not cheap. An average lawyer fee is anywhere from $5000-12,000K. One of the gentlemen who approached me offering $100 per person, for a group of 25 people, you must be daydreaming and this is why I...
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    FSW Inland PR applicants

    Great point. I think my biggest point here is that whatever this configuration is - it is likely much, much harder to change than some people here are thinking. And unfortunately it seems the system is configured to split by stream before CoR.
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    FSW Inland PR applicants

    Come on mate, there is a difference between filtering something in an ad-hoc search functionality (extremely simple to implement) and determining which fields you can use to assign cases to individual IRCC officers. The 2nd isn't a simple search-results functionality. The configuration for it is...
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    FSW WORLDWIDE

    Given legal falcon's post about FSW processing, I think you can let yourself be a little excited :)
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    FSW Inland PR applicants

    I work in tech. There is a big difference between: 1. Having a country of residence field available you can use in a search functionality 2. Having the ability to split applications in the queue and assign them to individual case officers by country of residence I suspect their system can do #1...
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    FSW Inland PR applicants

    FSW-Inland has not been being processed normally - only CEC has been. No matter what their policy says, the lack of FSW-Inland CoPR approvals makes it clear that unfortunately we have not been treated like CEC. So any news that is good for FSW-Outland should be good for us!