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patnikrishna

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Feb 17, 2015
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I would like to put few points regarding the present situation.
Many of us Who are PR not citizens are just in canada to fulfill condition of to be in Canada to sponsor our spouses while our spouse is in his/ Her home country. Thus we can raise this point at appropriate level to waive this condition so that we can sponsor our spouse while staying with him/her.
Thanks
I agree. good point.
 
 

felicialiu

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Oct 20, 2019
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yes but it has nothing to do with the border restrictions. they are not issuing ppr/copr because they are SLOW.
My file was sent to ndvo in Dec and my gcms says eligibility and security not started. They haven't touched my application since Jan. Ecas still shows application received. I've not received my aor2. They are not just slow, they aren't exactly doing much.
 

bpcsekhar

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Mar 15, 2016
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My file was sent to ndvo in Dec and my gcms says eligibility and security not started. They haven't touched my application since Jan. Ecas still shows application received. I've not received my aor2. They are not just slow, they aren't exactly doing much.
I am also in the same situation, file moved to NDVO in Jan'20. GCMS notes, which I recvd in July'20, says Eligibility and Security not started. They haven't touched the file. ECAS says Application received.
 
 
Mar 20, 2020
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Hi Guys
My application process was completed in March ... as I see panic and anxiety in current applicants, I wish to share my experience. I have gone through same levels of stress throughout the application which is why I stalked this forum for a long time to gain some insights from the experiences of others.
From what my file went through and from what others have shared, I figured out that the entire procedure is consistent for majority of applications at NDVO. My file was first moved to Mississauga and then to NDVO after 2 months. That move made me really sad because the time frame at which files are processed at Mississauga is way off from NDVO. Files processed at CPCM can expect PPR in 2-3 months while the ones at NDVO took much longer. They say less complicated files are dealt as CPCM just to share the file load at NDVO (I thought my file was pretty straightforward and it still it ended up at NDVO via CPCM)

So here is the basic scenario --- majority of files at NDVO are handled according to APP REC date Sydney ( some complicated pnes that need further evaluation, interiew, etc can be left behind).... so it doesnt matter whether your file went directly to NDVO or via CPCM it will be attended according to APP REC Sydney. Mine was much late transfer than the rest of my group and was still processed quickly, thus I received PPR with others who all belonged to same timeline. The date of file transfer does not make a big difference, may be someone can just receive a pre-arrival little early, but the final decision will be made according to APP REC. My pre arrival was latest one in my group .. and DM/PPR with all others. PPR is sent in batches. NDVO is quite popular for batch processing.
Things are delayed due to COVID 19, but I assume that the general procedure will stay the same. So pay attention to which month of APP REC your file belong to and expect some update in that group.
P.S. this is what I figured out for how majority of files were processed at NDVO.
GOOD LUCK ALL!!!
Hi Guys
My application process was completed in March ... as I see panic and anxiety in current applicants, I wish to share my experience. I have gone through same levels of stress throughout the application which is why I stalked this forum for a long time to gain some insights from the experiences of others.
From what my file went through and from what others have shared, I figured out that the entire procedure is consistent for majority of applications at NDVO. My file was first moved to Mississauga and then to NDVO after 2 months. That move made me really sad because the time frame at which files are processed at Mississauga is way off from NDVO. Files processed at CPCM can expect PPR in 2-3 months while the ones at NDVO took much longer. They say less complicated files are dealt as CPCM just to share the file load at NDVO (I thought my file was pretty straightforward and it still it ended up at NDVO via CPCM)

So here is the basic scenario --- majority of files at NDVO are handled according to APP REC date Sydney ( some complicated pnes that need further evaluation, interiew, etc can be left behind).... so it doesnt matter whether your file went directly to NDVO or via CPCM it will be attended according to APP REC Sydney. Mine was much late transfer than the rest of my group and was still processed quickly, thus I received PPR with others who all belonged to same timeline. The date of file transfer does not make a big difference, may be someone can just receive a pre-arrival little early, but the final decision will be made according to APP REC. My pre arrival was latest one in my group .. and DM/PPR with all others. PPR is sent in batches. NDVO is quite popular for batch processing.
Things are delayed due to COVID 19, but I assume that the general procedure will stay the same. So pay attention to which month of APP REC your file belong to and expect some update in that group.
P.S. this is what I figured out for how majority of files were processed at NDVO.
GOOD LUCK ALL!!!
NEED URGENT ADVICE

Hi, my application was received on Sept 27th,2019 and moved to NDVO on Dec 2nd,2019 (medical approved).
I have 2 questions
1) My wife has travelled to canada under immediate family member on July30th. We have updated the mailing address to new canadian address (address on file updated confirmed). Do we still need to submit a web form to inform IRCC to transfer file from NDVO to CPC-Mississauga office or happens automatically? will it be faster in mississauga? Since NDVO office is closed
2) Under ECAS, status changed from submitted to IN-PROCESS, however under details it says application process started on Aug 21st,2020. What does it mean?

I also received Pre arrival services letter on Aug 25th - Does it mean file is progressing? What happens next?

Can someone please confirm.
thank you
 

puneet5

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Jul 9, 2017
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August 2019 applicant with ndvo transfer in December 2019. AOR2/In Process date was in March 2020 - Pre Arrival 15 days ago. Ghost update today!
Hi! I had the same ghost update today. File submitted September 3rd.. Prearrival 23rd June..ghost update today..fingers crossed..may be they opening soon now
 
 

Takshi

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Feb 11, 2020
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NEED URGENT ADVICE

Hi, my application was received on Sept 27th,2019 and moved to NDVO on Dec 2nd,2019 (medical approved).
I have 2 questions
1) My wife has travelled to canada under immediate family member on July30th. We have updated the mailing address to new canadian address (address on file updated confirmed). Do we still need to submit a web form to inform IRCC to transfer file from NDVO to CPC-Mississauga office or happens automatically? will it be faster in mississauga? Since NDVO office is closed
2) Under ECAS, status changed from submitted to IN-PROCESS, however under details it says application process started on Aug 21st,2020. What does it mean?

I also received Pre arrival services letter on Aug 25th - Does it mean file is progressing? What happens next?

Can someone please confirm.
thank you
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