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[DECEMBER] Online Citizenship Applicants

engray

Hero Member
Jul 20, 2018
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Thank you!
Since I was a student & then worker in Canada (since 2015) before becoming PR, and became PR 2 years ago, I think I will need to submit PCC from birth country. Right?
Why do think so? The instructions in the link are clear, unless you read something else.
 

President007

Newbie
Feb 27, 2021
6
3
Hello everyone :) !

Like most of you here I made the choice of applying online.

Application type : Single applicant
Presence days: 1249.5
Applied from: Toronto
Date: February 27, 2021

Good Luck everyone !
 

happygarcha

Champion Member
Jan 15, 2011
1,283
241
British Columbia
Category........
PNP
Visa Office......
Sydney
NOC Code......
0621
Job Offer........
Yes
App. Filed.......
11 May 2016 | App Received: May 16, 2016
Doc's Request.
November 18, 2016 December 16, 2016. Updated Schedule A request
Nomination.....
Approved
AOR Received.
24th August 2016
IELTS Request
N/A
File Transfer...
N/A
Med's Request
May 02, 2017
Med's Done....
May 08, 2017
Interview........
N/A
Passport Req..
BG: 20 September, 2017 | DM: 02 December, 2017 | PPR: 07 December, 2017 (@5.30 PM Pacific Standard Time)
VISA ISSUED...
20-12-2017
LANDED..........
11-01-2018
Single applicant
BC
Applied on December 07, 2020
Nothing yet...
Anyone else have same date of application
 

President007

Newbie
Feb 27, 2021
6
3
Question for you my friends, I just realized that I may have made a mistake. When they asked if I had filed my taxes for 2020, are they referring to the tax for the year 2019 filed in 2020 or the tax for the year 2020 filed in 2021?
 

ankz001

Hero Member
Sep 21, 2017
963
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Why do think so? The instructions in the link are clear, unless you read something else.
Hi @engray- Instructions say
" You don’t need to provide a police certificate if
  • you were in your country of origin immediately prior to becoming a permanent resident and landing in Canada, and
  • this time falls within the past 4 years. "
You need to provide a police certificate from each country, other than Canada, if you were there

  • in the past 4 years
  • for 183 days or more in a row
  • since the age of 18
So for first point- I was already in Canada as a student prior to becoming PR, not in country of origin-India.
For second point- It was 6 years ago that I was in India before I moved to Canada.

so do we consider 4 years or since age 18?
so I think I should be providing PCC if they consider age 18? What do you think? I am confused lol
 
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engray

Hero Member
Jul 20, 2018
810
450
Hi @engray- Instructions say
" You don’t need to provide a police certificate if
  • you were in your country of origin immediately prior to becoming a permanent resident and landing in Canada, and
  • this time falls within the past 4 years. "
You need to provide a police certificate from each country, other than Canada, if you were there

  • in the past 4 years
  • for 183 days or more in a row
  • since the age of 18
So for first point- I was already in Canada as a student prior to becoming PR, not in country of origin-India.
For second point- It was 6 years ago that I was in India before I moved to Canada.

so do we consider 4 years or since age 18?
so I think I should be providing PCC if they consider age 18? What do you think? I am confused lol
4 years , for 183 days and since age 18. So just count the last 4 years and only include the time that you were > 18 years
 

ankz001

Hero Member
Sep 21, 2017
963
375
4 years , for 183 days and since age 18. So just count the last 4 years and only include the time that you were > 18 years
So either 4 years or since 18 years whichever is shorter/earlier. Since I am 30, I will not consider where time was spent in 12 years but last 4 years. Correct?
Sorry for that many questions, just want to be sure.
 

jddd

Champion Member
Oct 1, 2017
1,520
559
Took the test today. Passed 20/20. Read the book. Take practice tests on apnatoronto and richmond library again and again until you get perfect for all and you for sure will not fail. Do not forget to turn off notifications on your computer because if a pop up appears you might be accused of cheating. Good luck.
 

myat

Hero Member
Aug 23, 2011
617
75
Category........
Visa Office......
Singapore
NOC Code......
2133
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
01-12-2011
LANDED..........
28-09-2015 Landed
Took the test today. Passed 20/20. Read the book. Take practice tests on apnatoronto and richmond library again and again until you get perfect for all and you for sure will not fail. Do not forget to turn off notifications on your computer because if a pop up appears you might be accused of cheating. Good luck.
What do you mean by turn off notification because If a pop up appears you might be accused of cheating? Please clarify. Thanks
 

Ramii

Star Member
Dec 30, 2015
172
40
Category........
FSW
Visa Office......
Abu Dhabi
Took the test today. Passed 20/20. Read the book. Take practice tests on apnatoronto and richmond library again and again until you get perfect for all and you for sure will not fail. Do not forget to turn off notifications on your computer because if a pop up appears you might be accused of cheating. Good luck.
Congrats