I'm under MPNP too and my AOR is 3 months early than him. WTFSaw a timeline in another forum.
Manitoba PNP EE
3.26.2021 Medical passed
1.19.2021 Background check completed
4.21.2021 Eligibility passed
I am guessing it's either coz this file was processed in Vancouver or that lately they try to process 2021 AOR peeps first??
Yeah so we provided bio from previous work permit / visa permit etc. When they announced that those bio can be carried over to PR application we got a refund on my method of payment. Top of my head id say for both of us was 170 bucks ish.Hello all,
Has any inland applicant received a refund regarding his/her application?
I read that the biometrics fees, if already provided, were going to be paid back, but I am not so sure of the amount, or if there is another concept that they will be paying back.
Thanks for your help.
Nova Scotia was never effected much by covid unlike other provinces. Yet files in Novo Scotia office are not being processed at all. Specially EE-PNP (Inland). So I don't think they would stop using covid as excuses until 2022 or best case would be late 2021 September, that is when they would resume the process.They can't use covid as an excuse for delay anymore soon because vaccination rate is going up. For a lot of us whose file is in Nova Scotia, vaccination rate is around 21%. Let's see what they come up within a month or two.
Its too late! Most of your documents like Police Certificate might be expired. I was about to submit my application in this new stream but later realized my police certificate was only valid for 3 months.Can you kindly share a link by which we can apply?