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    Spousal Sponsorship Interview Questionaires, Experience, Preparations

    Contact CIC and ask - it should be a good case to apply for.
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    Like my other email - dont be affaid to all and ask either for A - an extention because it will take a while to mail and get back responses and then send it to PSPAN. OR B - ask if the other documents hasn't expired if it was possible to use that instead. All of the other updated documents you...
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    Hey nothing wrong with emailing PSPAN - and enquiring about your application. Just dont ask how long it will take, they will just email you a generic response, that they will tell you when its ready when its ready when they are ready. If you read any of my past posts its all about being nice...
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    I fedexed mine, and i think if i can remember in 2 weeks time it was processed and sent back to me. When i mailed it via fedex, I waited a day or tow to confirm it was received and emailed PSPAN I emailed saying, it was received by X person on this day, please let me know if there's anything...
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    See my last email if the medical and police Clarence hasn't expired, call email PSPAN and kindly, NICELY ask for a call back regarding this. Granted everyone's application is different but this is just a paper process as you are right at the finish line. If it hasnt expired, they can use the...
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    This means another 2-4 weeks. HOw long will all of this take to get for you? WHen i got the email similar to this, I has the 1/3 and 5 ready to go. But Police Clarence and Medical would have taken MONTHS. I recommend emailing and ask if you original Medical and police has expired? If it hasnt...
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    Or a simple email Hi PSPAN The passport was received X days, Im just following up to see if there are any outstanding issues, and if I can help expedite any details missed to you. youre not demanding, forcing or askign for timelines. You've simplly TRYING to help fix any issues they may have...
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    Hey you can simply email saying hello Passport Office, I'm just following up on XXX application. It's been in POS Office for XXX time, are they any questions or concerns about the application. What they dont like is you asking for a time, and how long it will take. That is different from the...
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    Everyone one and their application is treated individually. Some applicants have "red flags" - this can be infractions (speeding, car insurance, family court, removal notices, and the list goes on [check this ----> Driving without insurance will decline your sponsorship application]).
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    Theres are two reviews Preliminary Review - Just verifying documents that you have everything in the package. This usually takes 4-6 weeks - then sent to POS Trinidad POS Review - In POS they review the application and all supporting documents in depth. If you have any missing, expired...
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    No they can't block you - that's not possible. They just won't respond in a timely manner.
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    If im not mistaken it takes about 2-3 weeks. When I sent my wifes passport, I confirmed it reached in POS in a few days. Then emailed POS saying "Hey im just confirming the passport has arrived, and signed by XXX person (usually whichever mail carrier you sent it with, will have a signed or...
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    In my experience, this is a generic response. They usually will contact you as the app moves along the process. -Ryan
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    DAMN! chill - no everyone has the resources as their finger tips like you do. Why someone gets a lawyer, is their own business and reasoning. At the time, the agreement between lawyer, and client will be different. So not every lawyer is a sleezebag like you're painting them out to be.
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    Personally, I would email PSPAN, asking is the files submitted is correct, and if there were any further details needed on the files you provided. In doing this you're covering many fronts, not techically asking for an update, you asking to see if all the files are correct. Coincidentally the...
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    Prior to the interview, did you have to provide any supporiting/follow up documentations? or fees? Ryan
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    see me latest post to this question
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    It could be a week or two for the website to be updated. When I say updated, its just the website saying POS has the app - from that point on, it's just a bunch of waiting. and waiting..and waiting...this is where POS will be processing the application. If there are any issues [questions...
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    I used FedEx. Tell the local FedEx office, OR you can go DHL, or even UPS. if no office nearby, call on the phone and ask about it. Simply you want a pre-paid envelope delivered from POS (give them the address of the consulate), to your house, (give them the address). They will say it will...
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    Port of Spain Office, Trinidad and Tobago

    So happy for your Canadianinlove - more jealous thought!!! YEP 41 days (crossing fingers its less) is pretty darn good. Today is actually the 31st day - so who knows it may be here sooner than we think... I'm hoping my wifes' PR comes in earlier, and tickets for TT will not be crazy high! If...