This one, I have received too. I am bit of stuck what to do now, since I had raised RTT for March and here in India we are still working with official Notice period of 3 months to serve. So that's kind of impossible to travel in such a short duration.Hi guys, seems like I finally received the 4-pt letter tho not 4 points actually after sending countless webforms. Can some help to understand how long it took for IRCC to 'process' AL? in the email it said 'we will endeavour to respond within 4 weeks'...... Lol...
My timeline Fyi:
COPR Feb 24
Expired Aug 20
Med expired Sep 30
In this letter, it said Med extended to Jan 31
Below email from IRCC:
Our records at Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) indicate that:
IRCC wants to confirm that:
- Your permanent residence application was approved.
- The date of issue on the confirmation of permanent residence (CoPR) document that was sent to you (and your family members, if applicable) is on or before March 18, 2020.
- You (and your family members, if applicable) have not used your CoPR to enter Canada.
- The validity date on your CoPR (i.e. the date by which you needed to travel to Canada) has passed and your document has therefore expired.
- Based on your specific case details and as an exceptional response to COVID-19, IRCC was able to extend your medical exam validity; your medicals now expire on January 31, 2021.
If you fulfill all the conditions above, please reply to this email with the message below within 10 days and answer the questions below to help us better understand your situation.
- You still want to travel to Canada to become a new permanent resident; please note that IRCC is not asking you to purchase a plane ticket.
- You are ready, willing, and able to travel before the current expiry date of your medical exams, in your case, January 31, 2021. This validity may not be further extended, without you re-doing all immigration medical exam(s) and covering the cost for them.
- You are ready, willing, and able to travel to Canada on a valid passport by January 31, 2021.
- There are no COVID-19 restrictions to prevent you from leaving your country.
- There is a travel route with zero or one transfer that you can use to get to Canada and that is currently operating.
- Your plan is to stay in Canada permanently.
- You are able to arrange and cover the costs to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival in Canada.
Please respond to this email ONLY if you are sure that you could travel to Canada soon.
Please note that if new travel documents are issued to you, IRCC will send you a letter that will be valid for up to 60 days (but not exceeding your medical or passport validity), and it may not be possible for IRCC to issue you with another extension.
IRCC will endeavour to respond to you within four weeks.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
I am confirming that I am ready to travel to Canada with a valid passport before January 31, 2021.
Please find my answers below.
Information About My Application
- Primary applicant family name(s):
- Primary applicant given name(s):
- Application number:
- Class of application:
Skilled Worker – Federal
- Primary applicant citizenship:
- Current country of residence:
- Date your PR visa expired:
- Full names of family members (including your spouse and dependent children) who are planning to travel to Canada with you:
- Are you (and your family members, if applicable) still interested in immigrating to Canada, even though your PR visas have expired? (If you answer “no”, it may not be possible to provide you with any options for travel to Canada in the foreseeable future due to the current travel restrictions.)
- What is the approximate date/week on which you (and your accompanying family members, if applicable) want to travel to Canada?
- What could be your travel itinerary, including any transfers, you would use if IRCC can re-issue documents for you and if you were to purchase plane tickets soon?
- Are there currently direct flights to Canada from your current location?
- If there are no direct flights, do you have the necessary visas to transit through other countries?
- Are there any border restrictions preventing you from leaving the country where you are currently staying?
Answer:Is there any other information you would like to provide about your/your family’s situation?
- Do you have a plan to quarantine for 14 days in Canada? Important: The Government of Canada cannot not make arrangements for, or pay for, quarantine arrangements.