This is awesome! Thanks!So... I took the data from immitracker since the beginning of March and filtered it by only FSW-O and PNP-O applicants based in the US who have indicated that their BGS made it to IP2. That doesn't leave a ton of cases (n = 62), and even less when you consider how many don't provide dates for IP1 and/or IP2 (n = 35 after removing these). Nevertheless, I entered the provided dates in manually and looked at the number of days it took these applicants to move from IP1 to IP2 where dates were available.
Since early May, US-based outland applicants who are or were in IP2 have moved from IP1 to IP2 in 6-17 days (Q1 = 12 days; Q3 = 14 days).
AORs from before this (I arbitrarily chose May 7) ranged from 7 to 111 days (Q1 = 19 days; Q3 = 58 days).
Keep in mind that more recent AORs will appear to have an artificially low number of days from IP1-IP2 because a lot of cases just haven't moved to IP2 yet, so we're missing their data points. We are essentially only seeing the "best" of cases. However, IRCC may also be working on their efficiency, so perhaps we can hope for shorter processing times.
Update your immitracker cases!!!!!!!
I was curious and looked at that, too, but there is not as much to pull from, so I went back in and looked at PPR data for US FSW-O since the start of the year. I wish I could just export from immitracker, because it would save me a lot of time and effort. I also had to figure out how to get the tracker to show me only cases with IP2 dates, which I was able to get by setting the ending IP2 date to today's date but leaving the start date blank.This is awesome! Thanks!
Any analysis on going from IP2 to PPR for U.S. residents/citizens?
It was directed at everyone, haha. I know you've been updating yours!
I feel we may be stuck in IP1 for a long time. I read somewhere that they contact every country you've visited in the past 10 years. That 20+ countries including 5 PCCs, and 4 years in Canada.Yeah actually I see many profiles with no mention of IP1 and IP2. I am under the name "dream"
I must be the only one where my wife actually increased my score. 416 if I were single, 443 as married (draw cutoff was 441 when selected). No relatives in Canada or work experience in Canada. Must be because of her age, education, and highest IELTS.getting married.. brings your score down by more or less 20 to 25 points. if you want a Lum sum idea. Thats why you have things like ECA for spouse, IELTS etc to makeup for that loss of points. For example my case.
points without wife: 429
with wife : 407
but I had job offer with LMIA+work permit =457
Ours is similar.I must be the only one where my wife actually increased my score. 416 if I were single, 443 as married (draw cutoff was 441 when selected). No relatives in Canada or work experience in Canada. Must be because of her age, education, and highest IELTS.
Looks like a lot of people would like to get in touch with you! Is it alright if I send you a message? My NOC is also within IT field and this is a great opportunity to network and connect @sid1987dude , if u have exp.. it will be fine.. or get in touch with me.. send me a message and I will send u my email... my company is Ottawa based . That actually relieved from proof of funds (valid offer+work permit) still I gave them all that..
1. It will take a day or two. For some it takes longerHi,
ADR: 11/Jul/2018 and uploaded on 12/July/2018
Review of eligibility We are reviewing whether you meet the eligibility requirements.
Review of medical results You passed the medical exam.
Review of additional documents We need additional documents to continue processing your application. We will send you a message with more details.
Interview You do not need an interview. We will send you a message if this changes.
Biometrics We do not need your fingerprints. We will send you a message if this changes.
Background check Your application is in progress. We will send you a message when we start your background check.
Final decision Your application is in progress. We will send you a message once the final decision has been made.
Can anyone tell
1. When I have already uploaded the additional document that was requested (i.e. PCC), then status still shows as there is a need of additional documents. Why?
2. Does the request of additional document delays the process?
3. What is current status level. Is it IP1 or IP2?
Do you have link for this info? That would be nightmare scenario as I have visited 35+ countries :-( . On positive side, none in the conflict zones!I feel we may be stuck in IP1 for a long time. I read somewhere that they contact every country you've visited in the past 10 years. That 20+ countries including 5 PCCs, and 4 years in Canada.
We're under hbsingh