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June 2019 AOR cases

niru92

Newbie
Jul 10, 2019
5
0
CEC Express Entry - From Ontario
AOR - June 8
Waiting for MEP.

I heard we will get PPR email about a week after IP2 stage. Just wondering how long does it take for IP2 stage alone to get completed. Please help me out with this answer, thanks.
 

niru92

Newbie
Jul 10, 2019
5
0
Congrats!

I got MEP passed today as well! BG in IP2 already!
AOR May 31 also.

Congrats! Do you know how long it will take for IP2 to be complete based on the current trend? I see only PPR timing that is 7 days after IP2 is done. Nowhere I see IP2 processing time, that's why asking. Thanks.
 

Nsidhu

Hero Member
Apr 27, 2019
613
171
Category........
CEC
NOC Code......
3219
AOR Received.
29-06-2019
i will. My case is a bit difficult, i had to explain why i didnt know and worked full-time before applying for PGWP.
Im hoping that i will be fine. Fingers crossed :)
you mean 4months when study is done and we apply the pgwp??
 

shahsrushti01

Star Member
Jun 3, 2019
96
31
23
Canada
Category........
CEC
NOC Code......
2283
AOR Received.
19-06-2019
i will. My case is a bit difficult, i had to explain why i didnt know and worked full-time before applying for PGWP.
Im hoping that i will be fine. Fingers crossed :)
I am i the same boat. Had to explain the same
 
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Yaha14

Hero Member
Jun 11, 2017
313
69
Congrats! Do you know how long it will take for IP2 to be complete based on the current trend? I see only PPR timing that is 7 days after IP2 is done. Nowhere I see IP2 processing time, that's why asking. Thanks.
If I am not mistaken everyone inland gets to IP2 right away along with MEP. Although, it doesn’t mean anything. The eligibility hasn’t even likely started yet.

I guess the average is 4 months after MEP.
 

cappyoh

Star Member
May 23, 2019
84
22
I am i the same boat. Had to explain the same
what did you say?
I wrote a detailed letter of what happened (the date i finished class, date i received documents to apply for PGWP, date started working full-time, and why i didnt know that i wasnt supposed to do so). Submitted as an optional document.
-One more thing, even though i submitted the document, now that i check my application under "submitted documents", it doesnt show that i submitted the letter. does yours show?
 

Nsidhu

Hero Member
Apr 27, 2019
613
171
Category........
CEC
NOC Code......
3219
AOR Received.
29-06-2019
Not sure what you mean....
I had to wait for my completion letter from the school to apply for PGWP. I didnt intend to wait or any, i had to.
so you are counting your experience before getting pgwp ? that's why you are explaining them?
 

cappyoh

Star Member
May 23, 2019
84
22
so you are counting your experience before getting pgwp ? that's why you are explaining them?
No....
Im counting experience the day after i applied.
Im only explaining because i was worming full time after graduation and before applying, which apparently is not allowed, but i didnt know back then. Thats what im trying to explain to the officer.
 

9191

Star Member
May 2, 2015
129
23
No....
Im counting experience the day after i applied.
Im only explaining because i was worming full time after graduation and before applying, which apparently is not allowed, but i didnt know back then. Thats what im trying to explain to the officer.
Well that is incorrect. If you have a valid study permit and you are on vacation or are not in school, you can work full time. So working full time while waiting on PGWP is allowed.
 

cappyoh

Star Member
May 23, 2019
84
22
Well that is incorrect. If you have a valid study permit and you are on vacation or are not in school, you can work full time. So working full time while waiting on PGWP is allowed.
hmm, i did not say that im not counting the experience while waiting for PGWP. I said im not counting the experience BEFORE applying for PGWP, and i was not allowed to work full-time then.

Here is the link: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/corporate/publications-manuals/operational-bulletins-manuals/temporary-residents/study-permits/campus-work.html

Students who have not applied for a subsequent study or work permit or a program of study
Students may work off campus on a part-time basis if the following applies:

  • they meet the eligibility criteria to work off campus [R186(v)]
  • they have completed the final academic requirements for their program of study but have not yet received written confirmation of program completion from their institution (for instance, a transcript, an official letter or an email)
  • they have not applied for a work permit (for instance, a post-graduation work permit or a work permit with a valid Labour Market Impact Assessment) or a study permit extension or enrolled in a subsequent program of study
They may work until the first date they receive written confirmation of program completion from their educational institution (for instance, an email, a letter, a transcript or a diploma), provided their study permit remains valid during this period. If the study permit becomes invalid [as per R222] before the student receives the notification of program completion from their institution, the student must cease working the day the study permit becomes invalid.

Once a student receives written confirmation of program completion from their institution, they are no longer authorized to continue to work in Canada, as they no longer meet the eligibility criteria in paragraph R186(v). They should apply to change their status (for instance, to visitor status) or leave Canada before their study permit becomes invalid as per section R222.
 
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9191

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May 2, 2015
129
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hmm, i did not say that im not counting the experience while waiting for PGWP. I said im not counting the experience BEFORE applying for PGWP, and i was not allowed to work full-time then.

Here is the link: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/corporate/publications-manuals/operational-bulletins-manuals/temporary-residents/study-permits/campus-work.html

Students who have not applied for a subsequent study or work permit or a program of study
Students may work off campus on a part-time basis if the following applies:

  • they meet the eligibility criteria to work off campus [R186(v)]
  • they have completed the final academic requirements for their program of study but have not yet received written confirmation of program completion from their institution (for instance, a transcript, an official letter or an email)
  • they have not applied for a work permit (for instance, a post-graduation work permit or a work permit with a valid Labour Market Impact Assessment) or a study permit extension or enrolled in a subsequent program of study
They may work until the first date they receive written confirmation of program completion from their educational institution (for instance, an email, a letter, a transcript or a diploma), provided their study permit remains valid during this period. If the study permit becomes invalid [as per R222] before the student receives the notification of program completion from their institution, the student must cease working the day the study permit becomes invalid.

Once a student receives written confirmation of program completion from their institution, they are no longer authorized to continue to work in Canada, as they no longer meet the eligibility criteria in paragraph R186(v). They should apply to change their status (for instance, to visitor status) or leave Canada before their study permit becomes invalid as per section R222.
Gotcha
 
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