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How did she get a request? usually the form is loaded to your GCKey account, along with the request. Your friends need the medicals IME number from IRCC since they are requesting her to do it.
She got the request letter that we get for additional documents. I have told her to contact IRCC. But it is so difficult to get connected to the IRCC agent.
 

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cemivac

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Hey guys, hope you're all doing fine!

It's been two weeks since I submitted my PCC/Schedule A ADR and I have yet to receive an acknowledgement email/GU/similar for it.
This got me thinking about my landing procedure. Given that the RFV email may or may not be in the near future (<2 Months), I've got a scenario for you guys, for which I'd love your input.

I'm currently a student in a European university and got approved for a 4-month exchange in Quebec, starting the last day of August. Once that's over, I have to exit Canada to return to my home university, in Europe, to present my final exams and graduate. I'll then begin my job/internship hunt all over Canada, sometime in 2023.

If the PPR arrives before the exchange, the landing is straightforward: I'd just go straight to my intended province (AB). However, if it arrives "too close" or during my exchange, could my landing situation get complicated?

How would you guys approach the landing?
 

stirredo

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Hey guys, hope you're all doing fine!

It's been two weeks since I submitted my PCC/Schedule A ADR and I have yet to receive an acknowledgement email/GU/similar for it.
Are you sure you transmitted the documents? After uploading, it should say that the documents were transmitted. If you don't know what I am talking about you should seriously ask around or your application may be get refused.
 
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cemivac

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Are you sure you transmitted the documents? After uploading, it should say that the documents were transmitted. If you don't know what I am talking about you should seriously ask around or your application may be get refused.
It just says they've been uploaded
 

ElvisRamaj

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Hey guys, hope you're all doing fine!

It's been two weeks since I submitted my PCC/Schedule A ADR and I have yet to receive an acknowledgement email/GU/similar for it.
This got me thinking about my landing procedure. Given that the RFV email may or may not be in the near future (<2 Months), I've got a scenario for you guys, for which I'd love your input.

I'm currently a student in a European university and got approved for a 4-month exchange in Quebec, starting the last day of August. Once that's over, I have to exit Canada to return to my home university, in Europe, to present my final exams and graduate. I'll then begin my job/internship hunt all over Canada, sometime in 2023.

If the PPR arrives before the exchange, the landing is straightforward: I'd just go straight to my intended province (AB). However, if it arrives "too close" or during my exchange, could my landing situation get complicated?

How would you guys approach the landing?
Simple, round airplane ticket to Canada or cross the USA border if you are European and don't need a visa.
 
 

stirredo

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It just says they've been uploaded

Mate, you need to press transmit where they will make you write your name in an undertaking which is equivalent to you signing it. People have been rejected because they didn't complete this step.


You should show us the screenshot so that you can be sure that you have done it right. Blur out the details.
 

oinkario

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Hey guys, hope you're all doing fine!

It's been two weeks since I submitted my PCC/Schedule A ADR and I have yet to receive an acknowledgement email/GU/similar for it.
This got me thinking about my landing procedure. Given that the RFV email may or may not be in the near future (<2 Months), I've got a scenario for you guys, for which I'd love your input.

I'm currently a student in a European university and got approved for a 4-month exchange in Quebec, starting the last day of August. Once that's over, I have to exit Canada to return to my home university, in Europe, to present my final exams and graduate. I'll then begin my job/internship hunt all over Canada, sometime in 2023.

If the PPR arrives before the exchange, the landing is straightforward: I'd just go straight to my intended province (AB). However, if it arrives "too close" or during my exchange, could my landing situation get complicated?

How would you guys approach the landing?
Your timeline looks close to PPR.
 
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cemivac

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Mate, you need to press transmit where they will make you write your name in an undertaking which is equivalent to you signing it. People have been rejected because they didn't complete this step.


You should show us the screenshot so that you can be sure that you have done it right. Blur out the details.
I'm pretty sure I did the name signing, but I'll check as soon as the system is back up and provide a screenshot!

Simple, round airplane ticket to Canada or cross the USA border if you are European and don't need a visa.
Not European, but I am from a visa exempt country, or at least, I've got an eTA that I got way back when that's still valid. Would landing as a resident in a city in Quebec with a return flight to Europe pose no problems then? It's just that I've read here multiple times that landing in Quebec is generally frowned upon, hence why the question.
 

ElvisRamaj

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Not European, but I am from a visa exempt country, or at least, I've got an eTA that I got way back when that's still valid. Would landing as a resident in a city in Quebec with a return flight to Europe pose no problems then? It's just that I've read here multiple times that landing in Quebec is generally frowned upon, hence why the question.
I am pretty sure that landing in Quebec wouldn't be a good idea.

If you have an ETA than just cross the border in New York through Ontario and back in, if you receive the PPR during your stay in Quebec. Otherwise, just land in Ontario.
 
 

cemivac

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I am pretty sure that landing in Quebec wouldn't be a good idea.

If you have an ETA than just cross the border in New York through Ontario and back in, if you receive the PPR during your stay in Quebec. Otherwise, just land in Ontario.
Makes a ton of sense. Thanks! So basically, for now, I'd just proceed as normal for my exchange, find a renting agreement/etc and if PPR arrives before that, land in Ontario and then make my way to Quebec? Else, if during the exchange, I'd just do the New York exit and re-enter instead.
 

ElvisRamaj

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Mate, you need to press transmit where they will make you write your name in an undertaking which is equivalent to you signing it. People have been rejected because they didn't complete this step.


You should show us the screenshot so that you can be sure that you have done it right. Blur out the details.
@cemivac

@stirredo just gave you a gold advise right there, avoiding a lot of headaches in the process.
 
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