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mussadsar

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If your application has started processing, it cannot be rejected, unless you do not meet the eligibility criteria. After the application processing starts, a decision has to be given. Now due to the circumstances it may take longer, but the application just cannot be refused, unless the Canadian Parliament passes a law a they did in 2012, which was due to excessive delays. Even in 2012, only application for which processing has not commenced were scrapped and refunds issued, not for the ones processing had commenced.

As of now, we are no where close to 2012 situation and given that Canada is struggling to meet its immigration targets, scraping opening applications, that too that have been processes is not possible and next to impossible.
thank you @legalfalcon for your continous support and guidance!!
 
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Mujitoto

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Apr 17, 2021
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My aor is 05 feb 2020
received gcms note 2days ago for the first time.. eligibility passed since May 2020
Then never ending background check...
I just figured that creating date btwn due date of criminality is only 2 weeks ..
That means it should end in that time
Not for a year..
I'm afraid that means nobody touched my file or don't know if it's initiated ever!!
Meanwhile Due date for security is 365 days. I assume that's for the people coming thru boarders not sure though..
Then how does that affect inlanders..
Also found the news about processing delays of q12020 in global news
Why why nobody answer s??
 

kavish.shaikh1

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Mar 24, 2017
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@legalfalcon Hi I am a Feb 2022 CEC inland applicant and this is the first time I ordered a GCMS notes. The last update I see on my file is from 2020-03-06 and it says CEC Case Parked NOTES: CEC case parked due to the following Other: RA for household.

That does this mean?

My Security is not yet started and Criminality is in progress. This is making me anxious.
@legalfalcon please can you let me know
 

legalfalcon

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@legalfalcon please can you let me know

As per IRCC household is defined as:

Household: If there is more than one UCI for the same client, this is a data integrity issue. As there is no way to delete a record from GCMS once it is promoted, the UCIs must be linked by performing a household. When a household is done, the multiple IDs will still exist but they will be linked together.

If you have been issued more than one UCI, they will be linked at the Operations Support Centre at Ottawa.

Nothing to worry about.
 
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AMberWorld

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how many applications have been approved so far for FEB 2020 applicants ? any data available @legalfalcon ? the applications are processed at very high speed right now for individuals submitting there application in august or sept
 

Hchadda

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@legalfalcon Is there certain duration after which a PPR is not issued and a re-medical will be requested instead. For example, my medical expires on 15th Sept '21, so is there a certain date like 90 or 60 days before expiry or something, beyond which i shouldn't expect a PPR but a re-medical instead?

Certainly they won't send a PPR with less than a 30 day notice i suppose or can they?
 

legalfalcon

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@legalfalcon Is there certain duration after which a PPR is not issued and a re-medical will be requested instead. For example, my medical expires on 15th Sept '21, so is there a certain date like 90 or 60 days before expiry or something, beyond which i shouldn't expect a PPR but a re-medical instead?

Certainly they won't send a PPR with less than a 30 day notice i suppose or can they?
There is no such policy. To read on re-meds, see #13,193
 

legalfalcon

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VISA ISSUED...
12-04-2016
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Dev27

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Hi @legalfalcon and all. I am US resident with Feb 2020 AOR (FSW-Outland). My application is approved as per GCMS and i also see the COPR generated. The same day when my application was approved( Jan 8, 2021) my secondary office was changed to New York Office ( Primary - VO Ottawa). I am from country which is exempt from travel restriction so dont know why it is taking so long for IRCC to send PPR email ( even though COPR is issued as per GCMS). I got a ghost update on 18/4 even though nothing changed on my profile ( medical extended as per GCMS but no change on profile). @legalfalcon why this delay even tough from exempted country (USA) ? and any significance of the recent ghost update?
 

caipsnotes

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Hi @legalfalcon and all. I am US resident with Feb 2020 AOR (FSW-Outland). My application is approved as per GCMS and i also see the COPR generated. The same day when my application was approved( Jan 8, 2021) my secondary office was changed to New York Office ( Primary - VO Ottawa). I am from country which is exempt from travel restriction so dont know why it is taking so long for IRCC to send PPR email ( even though COPR is issued as per GCMS). I got a ghost update on 18/4 even though nothing changed on my profile ( medical extended as per GCMS but no change on profile). @legalfalcon why this delay even tough from exempted country (USA) ? and any significance of the recent ghost update?
Unfortunately no one can interpret a ghost update
 

Dev27

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Dec 14, 2019
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Unfortunately no one can interpret a ghost update
I though ghost update reflects a step in the PR process. Considering my application scenario i was wondering if i am close ( at least now) in getting PPR email. But you are right we cannot conclusively say what it is for.