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Superman18

Star Member
Feb 20, 2017
66
7
Don't worry, your nomination is very much valid no matter how much time it takes to process this application. However. if God forbid this application is rejected, you will not be able to use the nomination points for refilling the new application. Hope this helps.
Thank u for the answer. I hope everything goes smooth.having waited for almost 2 years,if it gets rejected then no point again trying, as OINP itself takes 1 year for nomination and cic another 6 months, I think it's not worth it..I scored only 416 points
 

kashjuni

Hero Member
Jul 28, 2016
211
61
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
Have you ordered GCMS notes to see the reason for the delay? I suspect its because of "Security Screening" given your travel history.
Hello, I did not order them yet as i was hoping to get PPR anytime after 19th May. Not sure if it is worth ordering them now :(
 

Sharma786

Full Member
Jan 2, 2017
49
12
Hello, I did not order them yet as i was hoping to get PPR anytime after 19th May. Not sure if it is worth ordering them now :(

Same thing was in my mind that PPR might come soon so I skipped GCMS too... what do you think how long will they to check our travel history and send that one lucky email !!! My 180 days deadline will be over by 15th July
 

shashar

Star Member
Jan 7, 2016
107
22
Bangalore
Category........
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
Same thing was in my mind that PPR might come soon so I skipped GCMS too... what do you think how long will they to check our travel history and send that one lucky email !!! My 180 days deadline will be over by 15th July
Ours too is same deadline... I hope with extensive travel, BGIP2 will not take more than a month. So we should expect it anytime between 15th June to 15th July.
 

ritawallu

Hero Member
Dec 28, 2015
801
53
Category........
Visa Office......
Delhi
NOC Code......
6235
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
20/10/2015
Doc's Request.
17-11-2016
Nomination.....
07/12/2016
AOR Received.
23-01-2017
Med's Request
Passed on 09/02/2017
Med's Done....
22/12/2016
Same thing was in my mind that PPR might come soon so I skipped GCMS too... what do you think how long will they to check our travel history and send that one lucky email !!! My 180 days deadline will be over by 15th July
Hi sharma786,

What is your timeline? When did you filed your application? Are you a PNP Outland? My 180 deadline will be over by 23rd July.
 

ritawallu

Hero Member
Dec 28, 2015
801
53
Category........
Visa Office......
Delhi
NOC Code......
6235
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
20/10/2015
Doc's Request.
17-11-2016
Nomination.....
07/12/2016
AOR Received.
23-01-2017
Med's Request
Passed on 09/02/2017
Med's Done....
22/12/2016
Ours too is same deadline... I hope with extensive travel, BGIP2 will not take more than a month. So we should expect it anytime between 15th June to 15th July.
Hi shahshar,

From your timeline I can see that you too are PNP Outland candidate. Have your bg check started from IP1 to IP2?
 

Damocles

Hero Member
Jul 22, 2016
349
18
Johannesburg
Category........
PNP
Visa Office......
Pretoria?
NOC Code......
2133
App. Filed.......
06-Jul-2016
Doc's Request.
09-Dec-2016
Nomination.....
16-Dec-2016
AOR Received.
26-Jan-2017 and 03-May-2017
Med's Request
Upfront
Med's Done....
17-Mar-2017
Hello !!

My BG is NA since 1 march and today is "We are processing your background check" i'm so happyyyyyyyyyyyyy
Congratulation !!
Finalement, after the long wait, your PPR is just at the horizon.
All the best!
 

serious_assistance

Star Member
Feb 21, 2017
156
22
United Arab Emirates
Category........
FSW
Visa Office......
London
App. Filed.......
25-01-2017
Doc's Request.
02-08-2017
AOR Received.
25-01-2017
Same thing was in my mind that PPR might come soon so I skipped GCMS too... what do you think how long will they to check our travel history and send that one lucky email !!! My 180 days deadline will be over by 15th July
Unless your order your notes, you can only speculate where you are within the process. My notes were generated on May 19 and I learned that my Security hasn't started yet. So I know I am in it for the long haul - at least the whole 6 months.
 

ritawallu

Hero Member
Dec 28, 2015
801
53
Category........
Visa Office......
Delhi
NOC Code......
6235
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
20/10/2015
Doc's Request.
17-11-2016
Nomination.....
07/12/2016
AOR Received.
23-01-2017
Med's Request
Passed on 09/02/2017
Med's Done....
22/12/2016
Unless your order your notes, you can only speculate where you are within the process. My notes were generated on May 19 and I learned that my Security hasn't started yet. So I know I am in it for the long haul - at least the whole 6 months.
But why they are taking so long. Day by day, its like all our patience is already lost. How long does it actually take for a security check.
 

babynoufette

Star Member
Dec 1, 2016
188
27
France
Category........
Visa Office......
Paris
NOC Code......
0911
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
Nomination.....
04/01/2017
AOR Received.
11/01/2017
Med's Request
07/02/2017
Congratulation !!
Finalement, after the long wait, your PPR is just at the horizon.
All the best!
Thank you so much Damoclès !!!

I hope your new forward well also!
 

serious_assistance

Star Member
Feb 21, 2017
156
22
United Arab Emirates
Category........
FSW
Visa Office......
London
App. Filed.......
25-01-2017
Doc's Request.
02-08-2017
AOR Received.
25-01-2017
But why they are taking so long. Day by day, its like all our patience is already lost. How long does it actually take for a security check.
I think it comes down to the processing system. If they have all the information available to them, they are able to fly through the process. But if they hit a road block, in my case my wife's NZ PCC, then they put the application to the side and move on to the next one. Even if they receive the information or document that halted their process previously, it's not like they begin working on it again. It remains off to the side until they remember or are reminded to look at it. My case again, my wife's NZ PCC was obtained on February 22 but they haven't looked at it yet.
 

cococly

Hero Member
Aug 3, 2015
502
29
Category........
PNP
Doc's Request.
28-FEB-2017
Nomination.....
07-DEC-2016
AOR Received.
18-JAN-2017
Med's Done....
24-DEC-2016
Passport Req..
06-JUN-2017
VISA ISSUED...
20-JUN-2017
LANDED..........
00-JUL-2017
I think it comes down to the processing system. If they have all the information available to them, they are able to fly through the process. But if they hit a road block, in my case my wife's NZ PCC, then they put the application to the side and move on to the next one. Even if they receive the information or document that halted their process previously, it's not like they begin working on it again. It remains off to the side until they remember or are reminded to look at it. My case again, my wife's NZ PCC was obtained on February 22 but they haven't looked at it yet.
I share similar experience with my PCC too... it took 10 weeks from applying the PCC to IRCC to confirming that they have received it.
 

Mthornt

Hero Member
Dec 28, 2015
768
174
US
I think it comes down to the processing system. If they have all the information available to them, they are able to fly through the process. But if they hit a road block, in my case my wife's NZ PCC, then they put the application to the side and move on to the next one. Even if they receive the information or document that halted their process previously, it's not like they begin working on it again. It remains off to the side until they remember or are reminded to look at it. My case again, my wife's NZ PCC was obtained on February 22 but they haven't looked at it yet.
I think you're correct on this. In my GCMS notes, it was called a "parked" application, where they set the app aside due to all the necessary info/docs they need not yet arriving. Then they come back to look at the app at a later date to reassess. This happened twice on my application, and it appears if your app gets parked due to all the info not being there, it could be months before they come back to look at your app.
 

serious_assistance

Star Member
Feb 21, 2017
156
22
United Arab Emirates
Category........
FSW
Visa Office......
London
App. Filed.......
25-01-2017
Doc's Request.
02-08-2017
AOR Received.
25-01-2017
I think you're correct on this. In my GCMS notes, it was called a "parked" application, where they set the app aside due to all the necessary info/docs they need not yet arriving. Then they come back to look at the app at a later date to reassess. This happened twice on my application, and it appears if your app gets parked due to all the info not being there, it could be months before they come back to look at your app.
Exactly. Probably the smooth sailing applications fall under the "80% completed in under 6 months". While our slightly off the usual course applications are the unlucky 20%.