Around what time after AOR would it be safe to assume the applicant has passed the R10 check?crazydesifool said:no, it's not passed and it's too early to order your GCMS.
Wait for 3-5 months for r10 to be done.crazydesifool said:no, it's not passed and it's too early to order your GCMS.
Yes you're correct..within 10-20 days it shows approved once CoPR generated. Then you will get passport back wit PR documents..aussiegirl16 said:I got my Passport request last week - much earlier than I was expecting! My profile still shows as 'in progress' the same as it has for months but it sounds like it changes to approved once they receive my Passport (sent off yesterday).
Hi , did you go to the border to validate your confirmation of permanent residence?ursman said:My timeline:
Category: CEC inland – with spouse
Job Offer: No
Application submitted: 07.08.
AOR Received: 08.08.
Eligibility – “Review in Progress”: 08.08.
Medical results – “Review in Progress”: 23.08.
Submitted documents – “Additional document required”: 16.09. (birth certificate of newborn child)
Medical results – “Passed”: 02.10.
Submitted documents – “Provided”: 03.10.
Background check – “In Progress”: 14.12.
Passport request: 23.12.
Copy of passport received @ CPC Ottawa: 28.12.
PR closed and approved: 06.01. (Eligibility changed to “Passed”, Background Check to “Complete”, and Final Decision to “This application has been approved”)
Tracker activated: 06.01.
Passport Received Back: Pending
Also applied for a BOWP in Nov 2016, approved in Dec 2016
I have not yet received the CoPR, so I can't tell you what I will have to do. But as I'm travelling anyway, I will try to validate it on my way back to Canada.rottenapple said:Hi , did you go to the border to validate your confirmation of permanent residence?