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    FSW WORLDWIDE

    A western passport is the best insurance policy an Indian can have. It's literally a get-out-of-jail-free card.
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    FSW WORLDWIDE

    Those bills never go anywhere. Indians love getting excited (and subsequently, disappointed) over those bills twice a year. It's been a theme for 20 years now.
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    FSW WORLDWIDE

    Try logging in on your phone with cell data.
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    Judicial review settlement offer

    Here's an interesting article from an immigration lawyer: Judicial Review Isn’t a Panacea: A Look at the Merry-Go-Round of Immigration Litigation - Heron Law
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    FSW WORLDWIDE

    I wonder what happens if he goes ahead with the rest of the process...
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    (Success) Flagpole Experience PGWP: Peace Bridge (Fort Erie), Rainbow Bridge

    They will allow because it's literally the law: https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/sor-2002-227/section-190.html
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    (Success) Flagpole Experience PGWP: Peace Bridge (Fort Erie), Rainbow Bridge

    You'll have to wait it out, there's no other option for you. To flagpole you either need to be from a visa-exempt country, or have a valid TRV, or have a valid work or study permit.
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    PGWP refusal Reconsideration

    Oh, right. I see it now. @MSH29 The lawyer option might end up costing significantly more than what I quoted in my post because your case is more complicated than you let on in your OP. I'd still advise you to consult with a lawyer though, if you aren't happy with the 8 months.
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    PGWP refusal Reconsideration

    Did you try contacting your MP? They can actually help in these issues. Contact both your Federal MP & Provincial MPP/MLA. https://www.ourcommons.ca/members/en https://www.ola.org/en/members/current/contact-information https://streetkey.elections.ab.ca/ https://www.elections.sk.ca/voters/gis/...
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    Judicial review settlement offer

    How is he wasting taxpayer dollars? He's entitled to his day in court.
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    Judicial review settlement offer

    Wow. That's massive news. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-62762158 https://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/australia-visa-opportunities-in-each-state/4blm2c6w2
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    Unfair treatment to online applicants. Is there anything we can do?

    It's not about prioritizing, it's about manpower, or lack of. IRCC doesn't even have adequate number of trained officers to deal with online apps.
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    Study permit expiring - on a full time job - PGWP not granted yet

    You can flagpole in that case. I recommend BC land border points as they have the least hassle and highest likelihood of approval. Do note that any maintained/implied status ceases to exist once you've crossed the border.
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    My PGWP rejected..

    My post literally lays down the process. Read it again. If you're still unsure, then hire an RCIC consultant who has dealt with PGWP restorations.
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    FSW WORLDWIDE

    IRCC is known to deny study permit if you have an active EE profile. You don't have to withdraw it but the chances of refusal go up.
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    PPR received but can't meet the deadline given by university

    There are 2 aspects to the 150 day issue: 1. If you're inside Canada and you defer then your program must start the next semester or within 150 days, whichever is earlier...
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    PPR received but can't meet the deadline given by university

    Why would they deny? If they ask just tell them the truth - that you got the study permit too late and the university forced you to defer. Don't worry, you're hardly in a unique situation.
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    PPR received but can't meet the deadline given by university

    When it coms to validity, that 150 day period only exists if you're inside Canada. If outside, the study permit remains valid till the date that's listed on it. You don't have to seek a new permit as long as get admission into the same DLI. Just send them the new LOA via web-form once you get...
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    PPR received but can't meet the deadline given by university

    Canadian universities are very rigid in all matters, not just visa issues. How long is your program? 1 year? Your TRV & study permit will still be valid in May and you'll be able to travel on it.