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It's only been a couple days including a stat holiday, worrying too much.
Yes, it's normal.
It's irrelevant now that you're a PR.
Exempt then :)
Inland applicants are exempt. Did you apply inland or outland? You are in an outland thread.
These estimates are typically very...
Only inland applicants are exempt from biometrics at this time, but it's not uncommon for requests to come at any point throughout the process.
Updates come all the time, it's an automated system and batch requests/updates going out are not uncommon.
Yes, they should process your OWP now that your status has been restored and you will hopefully receive it well ahead of AIP.
They are not processed in a chronological order.
The only province that has a different process that would impact some timelines is Quebec.
It's a target - not a promise. They are not mandated to meet the target whatsoever. That being said for the majority of applications, they do hit...
It could. 12 months is not standard processing, 12 months is a target timeline for processing most applications.
There is no standard time and yes it has definitely taken longer than 2 months.
No, not unless you qualify independently through an economic stream, but you'd never get a work permit in time anyway.
If I were you, I'd be focusing your attention on a sense of gratitude that you have the opportunity to be reunited with your spouse in one of the...
You really don't need a lawyer. They are often a hindrance more than anything. You have valid status because you have a work permit. You will have...
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