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June 2019 AOR cases

cappyoh

Star Member
May 23, 2019
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Hello guys, finally the wait is over. Got my PR card in the mail today. This forum was very helpful throughout the process and I thought I should give back. Find my timeline below.


PR Time Line

ITA: 12th June, 2019

Applied: 22nd June, 2019

AOR: 22nd June, 2019

Medical Passed: 30th July, 2019

Profile Updated Email: 31st July, 2019

Ghost Update: 30th August, 2019

Ghost Update: 26th September, 2019

PPR Email: 4th October, 2019

Passport Sent: 4th October, 2019

Passport Received: 7th October, 2019

Approved: 28th October, 2019

Landed: 31st October, 2019

Received PR Card in Mail: 28th November,2019

I wish everyone the best. Take Care guys
Congratulations! where was your V.O?
 

ahanan

Star Member
Mar 6, 2015
75
12
Hello guys, finally the wait is over. Got my PR card in the mail today. This forum was very helpful throughout the process and I thought I should give back. Find my timeline below.


PR Time Line

ITA: 12th June, 2019

Applied: 22nd June, 2019

AOR: 22nd June, 2019

Medical Passed: 30th July, 2019

Profile Updated Email: 31st July, 2019

Ghost Update: 30th August, 2019

Ghost Update: 26th September, 2019

PPR Email: 4th October, 2019

Passport Sent: 4th October, 2019

Passport Received: 7th October, 2019

Approved: 28th October, 2019

Landed: 31st October, 2019

Received PR Card in Mail: 28th November,2019

I wish everyone the best. Take Care guys
Hi CONGRATULATIONS :) Can you also share your experience about landing... which border did you cross and what was the experience, one of my friend was finding it difficult with all the 3 entries at Niagara, they bluntly refused to do the landing paper, finally on office obliged and did it... Please share your experience it will help rest of us
 

9191

Star Member
May 2, 2015
128
23
Hi CONGRATULATIONS :) Can you also share your experience about landing... which border did you cross and what was the experience, one of my friend was finding it difficult with all the 3 entries at Niagara, they bluntly refused to do the landing paper, finally on office obliged and did it... Please share your experience it will help rest of us
I did my landing at Sarnia and it was pretty smooth. Not enough people. I had read about the trouble people went through with the Niagara border so I tried to avoid it. I will advise you drive to Sarnia if you can because it is worth it and worry free. I crossed the US border and advised the US official I wanted to flagpole. He led me to a place to park my car and only made me take my wallet. He made me leave my phone and everything in the car. I went into the room where an officer interrogated me. I advised I am flag-polling and they did something on their computer and gave me a sheet of paper to present to the Canadian border official. The US official drove my car past the US border so I avoid paying another toll. He brought me back my car key and I headed towards the Canada side.
When I got to the Canada side, I handed the sheet the US official gave me to the Canadian officer and he marked on it and directed me to the waiting room. An officer called me to the counter and I presented my documents and he did all the paper work and confirmed my Canadian address. He advised me I can only enter Canada by land with my CoPR and that I have to wait for my pr card to travel by air.
The whole process took like 15 minutes. I missed the congratulations part but did not bother me much because I got what I wanted. Hope this help...
 
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ahanan

Star Member
Mar 6, 2015
75
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I did my landing at Sarnia and it was pretty smooth. Not enough people. I had read about the trouble people went through with the Niagara border so I tried to avoid it. I will advise you drive to Sarnia if you can because it is worth it and worry free. I crossed the US border and advised the US official I wanted to flagpole. He led me to a place to park my car and only made me take my wallet. He made me leave my phone and everything in the car. I went into the room where an officer interrogated me. I advised I am flag-polling and they did something on their computer and gave me a sheet of paper to present to the Canadian border official. The US official drove my car past the US border so I avoid paying another toll. He brought me back my car key and I headed towards the Canada side.
When I got to the Canada side, I handed the sheet the US official gave me to the Canadian officer and he marked on it and directed me to the waiting room. An officer called me to the counter and I presented my documents and he did all the paper work and confirmed my Canadian address. He advised me I can only enter Canada by land with my CoPR and that I have to wait for my pr card to travel by air.
The whole process took like 15 minutes. I missed the congratulations part but did not bother me much because I got what I wanted. Hope this help...
Many thanks for your detailed feedback, it really helps :) Best Wishes
 
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