I received mine last week after 85 days... right before my PPRHello,
I'm currently with a PGWP and I received my AOR on Dec 14, 2018.
I applied for my BOWP on Dec 19.
I was wondering how long takes to receive the BOWP.
Also, do we receive a pass on it after passing the medicals exams?
Doesn't matter if your eligibility is under review.. only R10 OK is needed for BOWP..Hi can somebody help me please. I’m an inland CEC applicant Aor September 2018. My WP will be expiring this August. So I have to apply for my BOWP. My application status shows my eligibility is review required and background shows we are processing your background. On gcms it shows eligibility review required, criminally in progress and security not started. My question is that is there a chance for BOWP refusal because my eligibility is still under review. I leaned somewhere that you need to have a positive eligibility assessment in order to apply for WP. My R10 is OK on gcms. Someone please give me a advice . Thank you
Check it out: https://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/answer.asp?qnum=190&top=17Guys please help for an urgent question.
I need to travel before the decision made, but I am scared that would lead my application to failure.
- Do I have to stay in Canada ALL THE TIME during the whole process before decision made?
- Have anyone left Canada and got approved?
- If I was qualified at the moment I submitted my application then left Canada and my current work permit expired, am I still eligible?
Thanks for reply. I have checked many time from cic website however there is no clear answer about my questions.
Your current work permit expired already and your PR and BOWP applications have been in process, so are you on implied status now? If yes, the link above is very clear for your questions, I think.Thanks for reply. I have checked many time from cic website however there is no clear answer about my questions.
I was not on implied status.Your current work permit expired already and your PR and BOWP applications have been in process, so are you on implied status now? If yes, the link above is very clear for your questions, I think.
It's very risky to leave out Canada during your implied status.