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    My experience getting TRV approved for my Fiance

    I think you can still apply. There is always a chance for a rejection even if you have a PR. As long as the officer can identify that your fiance doesn't intend to overstay (because of his ties to India, studies etc.), they shouldn't have a problem giving a visa. Another document (not sure if...
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    My experience getting TRV approved for my Fiance

    There is always a risk applying for the Visitor Visa. But i have seen in most of the cases if you apply with the proper documentation the application is generally approved. Apart from the documents you mentioned, i will suggest you put some supporting documents of yours like : Your rental...
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    My experience getting TRV approved for my Fiance

    You can submit chat logs with some conversation for each week to show regular communication. You can put the chat with just names and capture the screenshot with name and number separately.
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    My experience getting TRV approved for my Fiance

    Yes we applied as a visit for fiance and will be getting married in India
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    NDVO APPLICANTS CONNECT HERE WHO RECEIVED MR & AWAITING FOR PPR

    Hi - We applied for spousal application in April 2017 and submitted the medical as well as the police certificates when CIC requested it. We just got the email today requesting the PCC and medical from NDVO again. Anyone experienced the same thing.
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    New Delhi (NDVO) 2017 - Spousal Sponsorship Outside Canada

    Hi - We applied for spousal application in April 2017 and submitted the medical as well as the police certificates when CIC requested it. We just got the email today requesting the PCC and medical from NDVO. Anyone experienced the same thing.
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    My experience getting TRV approved for my Fiance

    Following is how my invitation letter looked like: To: The Visa Officer The Canadian High Commission United Kingdom Sub: Invitation Letter – Request for Issuance of Canada - Visitor Visa Respected Sir/Madam, I, SPONSOR'S NAME, born on DOB, resident of <Address in Canada>, am a Permanent...
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    My experience getting TRV approved for my Fiance

    I will suggest, don't put honeymoon (otherwise the visa officer can reject your application asking to apply after the marriage, put something to the line of "Shopping for the wedding", meet family and friends of your fiance. I booked tickets from Air Canada, they have one that are very...
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    New Delhi (NDVO) 2017 - Spousal Sponsorship Outside Canada

    I think they should have a maximum processing time for each process rather than a 12 month window. Something like your AOR1 should take no longer than 30 days, AOR2 no longer than 60 days, BCG check no longer than 120 days and roll them up to one year. This would give better clarity as to how...
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    My experience getting TRV approved for my Fiance

    1) You should wait till you land in Canada. Meanwhile, start collecting all the documents you need for TRV. Chances of getting TRV is better if you have a job in Canada and can prove you can support her financially. 2) No. 3) This can be done through US also, you don't need a US visa to do this.
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    New Delhi (NDVO) 2017 - Spousal Sponsorship Outside Canada

    Apr 26th Applicant AOR 2 June 19th BGC is "Not applicable"
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    New Delhi (NDVO) 2017 - Spousal Sponsorship Outside Canada

    I feel bad for the Jan/Feb applicants from 2018. They would have to wait for the 2017 files (from March/April onwards) to be cleared first and then their process would start.
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    New Delhi (NDVO) 2017 - Spousal Sponsorship Outside Canada

    Funny thing is that from this year when their so called accelerated spousal sponsorship processing time came down to 12 months, they take more time than they used to when the processing time was 18-24 months.
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    New Delhi (NDVO) 2017 - Spousal Sponsorship Outside Canada

    I applied for my wife's extension for the TRV in September. The processing time is 4 months for a 6 month long extension lol.
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    New Delhi (NDVO) 2017 - Spousal Sponsorship Outside Canada

    You should try and apply for the TRV again and put in the communication with MP as a supporting document as well. Also, write a cover letter supporting your case.
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    New Delhi (NDVO) 2017 - Spousal Sponsorship Outside Canada

    Visitor visa gets approved all the time, a lot of it depends on how you prepare your application. I was advised by folks on some forums not to apply for the visitor visa but i still did and put in supporting documents to prove her tie to India, finances to support herself, an undertaking from...
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    New Delhi (NDVO) 2017 - Spousal Sponsorship Outside Canada

    When BCG changes to In progress, do you guys get an email as well that your GCKey status is updated?
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    New Delhi (NDVO) 2017 - Spousal Sponsorship Outside Canada

    I think you should apply for the Tourist Visa. I applied for my wife's tourist visa before our marriage and she was approved. If you prepare the application well, there is a good chance you will get it.