Just had a thought, if they request us to redo medical, can we choose to do it whenever we want?Tun701 said:If there is one little positive note in this it is that if you get called for another medical( which sucks) at least you know that someone is looking at your file and actually working on it!! My husband got the medical email and police check email one week before they were to expire. He did them and emailed and mailed the results to them ( do both because they don't accept just the email) and then it was less than a month when the PPR request came! So sometimes even if it costs again to get your medical done it can turn out to be a good thing. Hang in there!!
Or is it we have to do it right away, just that we HAVE to be in Canada before the medical expires?
Our situation is a bit unique and needs a lot of explaining, but basically our question is - WILL THEY ALLOW US TO DO IT SAY END OF THIS YEAR OR BEGINNING OF 2017 instead of doing it immediately?
Or will this mean our application will be backtracked?
Only because we were thinking that once I'm done my studies (end of 2017), we can all fly out at once.