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ImpatientAlligator

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Yo guys, I added the new February 28 data into the old table with a terrible MS paint job.

It appears the processing speed for FSW files was approximately around 106 PPRs / a day between December 15 2021 - February 1 2022.
Now it is 159 PPRs / a day according to February 1 2022 - February 28 2022 data. If they continue with this speed during the rest of the year, it will take 9 to 10 months for IRCC to clear the FSW backlog.

Nice info. Where do you pull this from?

So, in February, they processed more FSW then CEC. I'm guessing they'll increase the pace even further as we go further into the year and the vast majority should get processed by September-October. Which could mean new draws in the second half of the year from July-August.
 
 

ImpatientAlligator

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I received the email from the clinic this morning with the report and confirmation that they've uploaded it to emedical.

No updates on IRCC yet. Hopefully PPR next week :)
Medicals passed on IRCC today. Hopefully PPR next week :)

EDIT: Also got a GU on IRCC sometime later after initial update for MEP (Seriously, who's working this late on a Friday?)
 
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ImpatientAlligator

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Your medicals passed within 24 hours of submission? Nice!
I finally got confirmation from clinic that all my family's results were uploaded this morning. Hopefully by next week they will be passed.
Yeah! For re-medicals, they're doing it within a couple of days as per most posts here and Facebook groups. Good luck!
 
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wonderbly

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Yeah! For re-medicals, they're doing it within a couple of days as per most posts here and Facebook groups. Good luck!
I read somewhere that if the medical was requested (i.e. you were provided with an IME #) the system triggers a notification to RMO immediately, instead of it going into a e-medical queue. Someone even said if the grading is all good, it gets passed automatically. I do not believe that though.
 
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ImpatientAlligator

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I read somewhere that if the medical was requested (i.e. you were provided with an IME #) the system triggers a notification to RMO immediately, instead of it going into a e-medical queue. Someone even said if the grading is all good, it gets passed automatically. I do not believe that though.
It does make sense though. An A grading by the doctor means no issues, no doubts and no comments. So, no reason why it shouldn't be automated. It may be a new change/policy given the backlog.
 
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India accidentally fires missile into Pakistan

India says it accidentally fired a missile into Pakistan on Wednesday, blaming the incident on a "technical malfunction" during routine maintenance.
Delhi said it was "deeply regrettable" and expressed relief no one was killed.
Pakistan's military said a "high-speed flying object" had crashed near the eastern city of Mian Channu and its flight path had endangered passenger flights.
Both countries have nuclear weapons.
In a statement, India's defence ministry said: "On 9 March 2022, in the course of routine maintenance, a technical malfunction led to the accidental firing of a missile. The Government of India has taken a serious view and ordered a high-level Court of Enquiry."
Islamabad warned Delhi to "be mindful of the unpleasant consequences of such negligence" and to avoid a repeat. The object had been launched from Sirsa in Haryana state, it said.

Pakistan's air force said the missile travelled at Mach 3 - three times the speed of sound - at an altitude of 12,000m (40,000ft) and flew 124km (77 miles) in Pakistani airspace before crashing.
"The flight path of this object endangered many national and international passenger flights both in Indian and Pakistani airspace, as well as human life and property of ground," said Pakistani military spokesman Major-General Babar Iftikharon Thursday.
On Friday, Pakistan's foreign ministry said it had summoned India's chargé d'affaires to complain about the incident.
Pakistan also urged India to share the findings of its investigation into what happened.
 

ImpatientAlligator

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India accidentally fires missile into Pakistan

India says it accidentally fired a missile into Pakistan on Wednesday, blaming the incident on a "technical malfunction" during routine maintenance.
Delhi said it was "deeply regrettable" and expressed relief no one was killed.
Pakistan's military said a "high-speed flying object" had crashed near the eastern city of Mian Channu and its flight path had endangered passenger flights.
Both countries have nuclear weapons.
In a statement, India's defence ministry said: "On 9 March 2022, in the course of routine maintenance, a technical malfunction led to the accidental firing of a missile. The Government of India has taken a serious view and ordered a high-level Court of Enquiry."
Islamabad warned Delhi to "be mindful of the unpleasant consequences of such negligence" and to avoid a repeat. The object had been launched from Sirsa in Haryana state, it said.

Pakistan's air force said the missile travelled at Mach 3 - three times the speed of sound - at an altitude of 12,000m (40,000ft) and flew 124km (77 miles) in Pakistani airspace before crashing.
"The flight path of this object endangered many national and international passenger flights both in Indian and Pakistani airspace, as well as human life and property of ground," said Pakistani military spokesman Major-General Babar Iftikharon Thursday.
On Friday, Pakistan's foreign ministry said it had summoned India's chargé d'affaires to complain about the incident.
Pakistan also urged India to share the findings of its investigation into what happened.
UP elections tactical strike :D
 
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stirredo

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India accidentally fires missile into Pakistan

India says it accidentally fired a missile into Pakistan on Wednesday, blaming the incident on a "technical malfunction" during routine maintenance.
Delhi said it was "deeply regrettable" and expressed relief no one was killed.
Pakistan's military said a "high-speed flying object" had crashed near the eastern city of Mian Channu and its flight path had endangered passenger flights.
Both countries have nuclear weapons.
In a statement, India's defence ministry said: "On 9 March 2022, in the course of routine maintenance, a technical malfunction led to the accidental firing of a missile. The Government of India has taken a serious view and ordered a high-level Court of Enquiry."
Islamabad warned Delhi to "be mindful of the unpleasant consequences of such negligence" and to avoid a repeat. The object had been launched from Sirsa in Haryana state, it said.

Pakistan's air force said the missile travelled at Mach 3 - three times the speed of sound - at an altitude of 12,000m (40,000ft) and flew 124km (77 miles) in Pakistani airspace before crashing.
"The flight path of this object endangered many national and international passenger flights both in Indian and Pakistani airspace, as well as human life and property of ground," said Pakistani military spokesman Major-General Babar Iftikharon Thursday.
On Friday, Pakistan's foreign ministry said it had summoned India's chargé d'affaires to complain about the incident.
Pakistan also urged India to share the findings of its investigation into what happened.

Someone butt-dialed a missile, nothing happens. I butt-dial my ex, she files a case against me. How is this fair?
 
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stirredo

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India accidentally fires missile into Pakistan

India says it accidentally fired a missile into Pakistan on Wednesday, blaming the incident on a "technical malfunction" during routine maintenance.
Delhi said it was "deeply regrettable" and expressed relief no one was killed.
Pakistan's military said a "high-speed flying object" had crashed near the eastern city of Mian Channu and its flight path had endangered passenger flights.
Both countries have nuclear weapons.
In a statement, India's defence ministry said: "On 9 March 2022, in the course of routine maintenance, a technical malfunction led to the accidental firing of a missile. The Government of India has taken a serious view and ordered a high-level Court of Enquiry."
Islamabad warned Delhi to "be mindful of the unpleasant consequences of such negligence" and to avoid a repeat. The object had been launched from Sirsa in Haryana state, it said.

Pakistan's air force said the missile travelled at Mach 3 - three times the speed of sound - at an altitude of 12,000m (40,000ft) and flew 124km (77 miles) in Pakistani airspace before crashing.
"The flight path of this object endangered many national and international passenger flights both in Indian and Pakistani airspace, as well as human life and property of ground," said Pakistani military spokesman Major-General Babar Iftikharon Thursday.
On Friday, Pakistan's foreign ministry said it had summoned India's chargé d'affaires to complain about the incident.
Pakistan also urged India to share the findings of its investigation into what happened.

Also, imagine if it had caused damage and that's how world war 3 would have begun.
 
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Speakofblessings

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It's PPR Finally!
Got PPR few minutes ago. However, my new born hasn't been added as a dependent on my application despite sending webform with all his documents on February 19th. Please advise what should be the next course of action . Should we go ahead and submit passports for my spouse and I ..and then wait for IRCC to action the webform - which would then make them issue another PPR?


My timeline:
AOR: 2nd March 2020
Biometrics: 10th March 2020
Documents sent for new born via webform - 19th Feb 2022 (still pending addition to profile as of today)
Upfront Medicals given : 23rd Feb 2022
Re-medicals request: 28th Feb 2022
Re-medicals linked and approved - 2nd Mar 2022
ADR for Schedule A & PCC - 2nd Mar 2022
ADR Received - 4th Mar 2022
Ready for visa mail on 11th March 2022

Visa Office - Ottawa
The PPR letter usually ask you to report any changes in your family circumstances (family additions) included. I think the first set of instructions or so. Just inform IRCC and resend documents to add your new born.
 

Keg2022

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Hello,
I hope you'll are doing great.

If anyone has any info regarding the following kindly help:-

1) If we make changes to our Noc Code in the express entry profile before the ITA, is there a log or record kept? Also, is it bad for the profile or reduce your chances in any way?

2) Now that the profile has expired after 1 year due to no Invitation, and we create a new profile and change the NOC , is there any way a record is kept or the profile info is matched or linked to the previous profile?

Thanks
 
 

ambee

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Hello All,

Could anyone please help me understand what to expect moving forward?

I am an August 2020 AOR, FSW-O applicant with Ottawa VO (COR: Pakistan). My eligibility was passed sometime in late 2020. Security & criminality were not started when I last ordered GCMS notes in June 2021 (everything seemed fine in the notes and it was ready to finalize). My original meds expired in August 2021. After waiting for a re-med request for over 6 months, I went for an upfront medical exam on Feb 23rd, 2022 and it got passed in my online application on March 2, 2022. Then yesterday (March 11, 2022), I received a ghost update and my background status changed to "we are processing your background check".

I do not want to set some lofty expectations based on this recent movement in my application, but I would highly appreciate it if someone could help me understand what these recent changes mean. Realistically, when should I expect to receive the PPR after this movement? Should I expect to receive any ADR?

Please share your experiences.

Thank you :)
 

frankfz

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Hello All,

Could anyone please help me understand what to expect moving forward?

I am an August 2020 AOR, FSW-O applicant with Ottawa VO (COR: Pakistan). My eligibility was passed sometime in late 2020. Security & criminality were not started when I last ordered GCMS notes in June 2021 (everything seemed fine in the notes and it was ready to finalize). My original meds expired in August 2021. After waiting for a re-med request for over 6 months, I went for an upfront medical exam on Feb 23rd, 2022 and it got passed in my online application on March 2, 2022. Then yesterday (March 11, 2022), I received a ghost update and my background status changed to "we are processing your background check".

I do not want to set some lofty expectations based on this recent movement in my application, but I would highly appreciate it if someone could help me understand what these recent changes mean. Realistically, when should I expect to receive the PPR after this movement? Should I expect to receive any ADR?

Please share your experiences.

Thank you :)
Based on recent trend, you will receive either ADR (most likely PoF and police certificate) or PPR directly. ADR more likely in my opinion.