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  1. caipsnotes

    >>>>>>>MAY 2020 AOR<<<<<<< Join here

    Don't put too much reliance on the progress bar, it just shows the time elapsed from the day an application is submitted. Request your GCMS file instead and since you are inland you can request it for free.
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    >>>>>>>MAY 2020 AOR<<<<<<< Join here

    Based on this it seems Eligibility Review is underway.
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    >>>>>>>JANUARY 2020 AOR<<<<<<< Join here

    Hi there, that's correct. We don't charge for interpretation. You may send us your question and we will do our best to help.
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    Question about the background check and medicals passed

    If you are referring to the progress bar, don't pay attention to it. It doesn't mean much. It just shows the time elapsed from the day an application is submitted.
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    >>>>>>>FEBRUARY 2020 AOR<<<<<<< Join here

    You are welcome, let us know what you learn. All the best.
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    >>>>>>>FEBRUARY 2020 AOR<<<<<<< Join here

    Make sure you select the Privacy Act when you go through the process, there is no fee involved. As for the documents see this Proof of Right of Access To prove that you have the right to make a request, you must provide one of the following documents: a copy of your Canadian passport or your...
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    >>>>>>>FEBRUARY 2020 AOR<<<<<<< Join here

    Understood. If the agent is accurate in his/her statement that "everything" is passed then it's great. Since you are inland you can request your GCMS notes for free and these days they coming through really fast
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    ***>>> January 2020 AOR <<<***

    Got it, a month apart may have been too soon. Just hang tight for now, another GCMS wouldn't of much good at this stage.
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    ***>>> January 2020 AOR <<<***

    Thanks for reaching out. On the outset, congratulations! Note 1 is the latest update and it says RFV (Ready for Visa); your application is ready for the next step in the process for the visa to be issued. As for the 2 sets of GCMS being identical, how far apart were they requested?
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    What is background check means

    You can find some info here https://help.gcmsnotes.com/code/aor-to-ppr#background-check https://gcmsnotes.com/all-about-security-screening/
  11. caipsnotes

    >>>>>>>FEBRUARY 2020 AOR<<<<<<< Join here

    Web Form responses are not always clear or reliable. What does the Assessment section (page#2) in your GCMS notes look like?
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    ***>>> January 2020 AOR <<<***

    If Security screening is passed then you are all set, web form messages have variability in how they are worded and are not the most reliable when compared to GCMS notes. Security is the last step before a decision and if it's in the clear then all is good.
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    Progress bar

    Don't rely on the progress bar at all. Some people reach 100% and see a message like this; "Your application is taking us longer than usual to process. About 20% of our applications are more complex to process. They take us longer due to things like how easily we can verify information, how well...
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    Amman Visa Office (2019-2020) Spouse Visa

    Clarification on the above, it says only a person in Canada can request the GCMS notes. That is not entirely accurate, a Canadian outside of Canada can also make a request. It means if you have a Canadian friend or family member in your home country then they can also help you out and the costs...
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    ***>>> February 2020 AOR <<<***

    Correct, before an application can be approved and usually before security checks (the last stage) can start, biometrics have to be done.
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    >>>>>>>SEPTEMBER 2019 AOR<<<<<<< Join here

    For anyone in Canada it's free to obtain the GCMS notes, otherwise $5 with the help of a friend or relative. You can see a sample at https://sample.gcmsnotes.com Disclosure : we are a 3rd party service in business since 2002 at https://caipsnotes.com/ and https://gcmsnotes.com/
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    ***>>> February 2020 AOR <<<***

    The delays have little to do with COVID-19; there is an ongoing investigation into such delays by the OIC see https://link.gcmsnotes.com/information-commissioner-403f5
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    ***>>> February 2020 AOR <<<***

    If it's marked passed, then you are all set. You will be moving on to the next stage of security screeening
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    >>>>>>>JANUARY 2020 AOR<<<<<<< Join here

    "coming fairly quickly" except when not subject to "seemingly random" extensions, right? >>>>>>> Right, the extension can be made any time during the first 30 days. Claim of consultations can be a bogus reason for an extension too, we have seen extensions due to that reason and later been told...
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    January 2019 onwards Paper Based PR Applicants waiting for AOR/MR/PPR

    Usually Security does not show as "In Progress"; it will be "Not Started" or it will be blank if security screening is underway or completed. If Security is blank and you also see s15 then it's a strong indicator that Security screening is passed.