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yolower

Star Member
Mar 19, 2017
52
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Hi Everyone,
I got an email stating "
**************************************************************************************************************
The purpose of this notice is to invite you to a Confirmation of Permanent Residence appointment."
We are pleased to advise you that your final determination for permanent residence interview
has been scheduled for "some date".

One of the requirements is :-
Original Documents for
Current and expired Temporary Resident documents issued by IRCC
These include work permits, study permits & visitor records.

*****************************************************************************************************
I only have a current original document (My Open work permit) and do not have the originals of expired study permit (I lost them :(((((.)
Is this going to be a problem? What can I do?
Please Help! I am kinda freaking out.

Also what can I expect in the interview?

Also I am going through a divorce and its not been finalized yet. So, my marital status is still married or separated?
 
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pv=nrt

Full Member
Jun 23, 2019
28
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When I got my work permit (by flagpoling) border agent kept my study permit original with him and gave me work permit. He did not give me my study permit upon asking. So, I don't think you not having a study permit original would be a problem.
 
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csadangi

Hero Member
Jul 1, 2017
326
77
Category........
CEC
Visa Office......
Edmonton
NOC Code......
2121
Job Offer........
Yes
App. Filed.......
17-07-2019
Doc's Request.
Additional documents submitted upfront on 16-08-19
AOR Received.
17-07-2019
IELTS Request
Jan-2019
Med's Done....
16-08-2019
Hi Everyone,
I got an email stating "
**************************************************************************************************************
The purpose of this notice is to invite you to a Confirmation of Permanent Residence appointment."
We are pleased to advise you that your final determination for permanent residence interview
has been scheduled for "some date".

One of the requirements is :-
Original Documents for
Current and expired Temporary Resident documents issued by IRCC
These include work permits, study permits & visitor records.

*****************************************************************************************************
I only have a current original document (My Open work permit) and do not have the originals of expired study permit (I lost them :(((((.)
Is this going to be a problem? What can I do?
Please Help! I am kinda freaking out.

Also what can I expect in the interview?

Also I am going through a divorce and its not been finalized yet. So, my marital status is still married or separated?
Read this thread about my landing interview: https://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/threads/landing-interview-experience-winnipeg-ircc.672764/

Your marital status is Married. But do inform the agent that you have just started the divorce process.
 
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yolower

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Mar 19, 2017
52
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Read this thread about my landing interview: https://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/threads/landing-interview-experience-winnipeg-ircc.672764/

Your marital status is Married. But do inform the agent that you have just started the divorce process.
Hi, a bit about my case :-
My marriage had broken down in the middle of my application process. IRCC had asked for an affidavit to remove spouse that I wont be able to sponsor her because she refused to give documents. So, it took them one year to renew my medical and accept the affidavit and send me this appointment.
I filed for a divorce in December and am still in the process of getting it.
Filing for divorce doesn't necessarily mean change in marital status right? I don't have the divorce order or a divorce certificate.
So, if they ask me "Is there any change in my marital status?", Should I reply "No"?
 

yolower

Star Member
Mar 19, 2017
52
7
When I got my work permit (by flagpoling) border agent kept my study permit original with him and gave me work permit. He did not give me my study permit upon asking. So, I don't think you not having a study permit original would be a problem.
After freaking out and having a massive panic attack, I found my old study permit. phew!
 
 

csadangi

Hero Member
Jul 1, 2017
326
77
Category........
CEC
Visa Office......
Edmonton
NOC Code......
2121
Job Offer........
Yes
App. Filed.......
17-07-2019
Doc's Request.
Additional documents submitted upfront on 16-08-19
AOR Received.
17-07-2019
IELTS Request
Jan-2019
Med's Done....
16-08-2019
Hi, a bit about my case :-
My marriage had broken down in the middle of my application process. IRCC had asked for an affidavit to remove spouse that I wont be able to sponsor her because she refused to give documents. So, it took them one year to renew my medical and accept the affidavit and send me this appointment.
I filed for a divorce in December and am still in the process of getting it.
Filing for divorce doesn't necessarily mean change in marital status right? I don't have the divorce order or a divorce certificate.
So, if they ask me "Is there any change in my marital status?", Should I reply "No"?
I can understand your dilemma.
When the agent asked us if there is any change is family composition, we said no, but we also mentioned that we are expecting our baby. The agent congratulated us and said that your family composition hasn't changed yet.

Similarly, your marital status hasn't changed yet. So say NO, but do mention that you have filed for divorce and awaiting decision which will take 6-8 months.
 
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yolower

Star Member
Mar 19, 2017
52
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I can understand your dilemma.
When the agent asked us if there is any change is family composition, we said no, but we also mentioned that we are expecting our baby. The agent congratulated us and said that your family composition hasn't changed yet.

Similarly, your marital status hasn't changed yet. So say NO, but do mention that you have filed for divorce and awaiting decision which will take 6-8 months.
Thankyou for your reply. Much appreciated.
 

yolower

Star Member
Mar 19, 2017
52
7
When you get COPR appointment, does this mean the decision has been made or the final decision will be made after the appointment?
 

csadangi

Hero Member
Jul 1, 2017
326
77
Category........
CEC
Visa Office......
Edmonton
NOC Code......
2121
Job Offer........
Yes
App. Filed.......
17-07-2019
Doc's Request.
Additional documents submitted upfront on 16-08-19
AOR Received.
17-07-2019
IELTS Request
Jan-2019
Med's Done....
16-08-2019
When you get COPR appointment, does this mean the decision has been made or the final decision will be made after the appointment?
Yes, it means a decision has been made and it's positive. In the interview they will ask 3-4 questions like if you have commited any crime, any conviction and if your family composition has changed.
They will verify your address and first landing date and you will be done.
 
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