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  1. Mitch55555

    Mexico

    I applied January 2019. Everything but eligibility was finished within about 3 months. Eligibility took about 14-15 months
  2. Mitch55555

    Mexico

    https://www.ourcommons.ca/members/en Here you can search for your MP and their info based on your postal code. I'm assuming you are over one year? They won't help you if not. Just tell them when you applied and that you would like their help and go from there. Right now all they can probably do...
  3. Mitch55555

    Mexico

    I didn't even look to be honest. I've never heard there's a time limit to receive your card before having to start over. Especially because you cannot control how long it takes but I doubt they would require you to start over. If that is a rule they would likely extend.
  4. Mitch55555

    Mexico

    I saw it in this forum that a few members received phone interviews. I'm not sure which countries
  5. Mitch55555

    Mexico

    I wonder why so long...we arrived October 17 and got ours December 4
  6. Mitch55555

    Mexico

    I thought I heard that some countries now are doing interviews over the phone? Hopefully if that is the case Mexico will be also
  7. Mitch55555

    ArriveCAN app and connecting flights.

    I would imagine that should be good. Personally I would have allowed more time. By the time you get off the plane, go to the washroom, you must wait in I think it was 3-4 lines....2 hours goes by fast.
  8. Mitch55555

    ArriveCAN app and connecting flights.

    You have to go through immigration at your first entry point I believe? Make sure you have lots of time between flights. I think Toronto is fairly quick though. We waited longer for our bags then we did to get through immigration.
  9. Mitch55555

    ArriveCAN app and connecting flights.

    They don't look to closely at this. Just to see you finished it. I don't know for sure but I would do first entry point as I did and my two kids and wife. They didn't even look at it. They looked one second to ensure it was finished. They also give you a written one on the plane so use the...
  10. Mitch55555

    Mexico

    My MP was great once I contacted her in Ottawa rather then the local office. We had other issues going on and ended up getting help from the NDP immigration critic. If you can be with your family in Canada then do it. You could be waiting another year +
  11. Mitch55555

    Mexico

    I got sponsor approval, biometrics and medical exam in March 2019. My wife and kids didn't land until October 2020. You have a long wait. Some here are over two years waiting. I think they are working because people have been getting updates and ppr. Once you are over one year just contact your...
  12. Mitch55555

    Mexico

    It didn't work for me on my phone. I tried my computer and it worked. I use chrome on my computer and explorer on my phone so maybe try Google Chrome to open? I would just try other devices as well.
  13. Mitch55555

    Mexico

    I know a few people had this issue. It worked on a different device. Did you try opening it somewhere else?
  14. Mitch55555

    Mexico

    Definitely good. My wife was in Canada almost two months exactly after pre arrival services email. Congrats!
  15. Mitch55555

    Mexico

    Yes and that's why you are only getting updates and no results. Next time you send an email ask to have your MP call you. It is not guaranteed results but your MP can do much more for you then their assistant. If you don't know who you're speaking with then it's likely not your MP. Just someone...
  16. Mitch55555

    Mexico

    You asked to speak to your MP direct? Or you have been corresponding with a secretary of your MP? If you're speaking to anyone but your MP then you will only get updates. Once I asked to talk only to my MP, she called me and my MP started contacting the immigration minister of Canada on my behalf.
  17. Mitch55555

    Mexico

    Yes. This was my case. But I contacted my MP direct in Ottawa and she was very effective. The problem is that most here are contacting their local MP office instead of the Ottawa office. I've said it many times here but it gets ignored. When you contact your local MP office your MP has no...
  18. Mitch55555

    Sponsoring Future Husband

    I got married on my third visit with my wife and had no issues with immigration.
  19. Mitch55555

    Mexico

    jenny.kwan@parl.gc.ca
  20. Mitch55555

    Mexico

    About two weeks