No, don't. Wait for them to ask. It will also be a great indication that your file is almost done when/if they request remedical.My AOR is March 11. Eligibility is recommended passed, security check has not started yet and my medical will expire on Feb 26, however, there are no signs of PPR. Can I do re medical upfront without waiting for request from CIC
I think they will send you a notice for remedical and then you can do it.My AOR is March 11. Eligibility is recommended passed, security check has not started yet and my medical will expire on Feb 26, however, there are no signs of PPR. Can I do re medical upfront without waiting for request from CIC
For in-land applicant, they usually would give you an extension.Just a question to stay on the medicals topic.
My application has been approved on the 16th of January but I am yet to receive PPR and my medicals will expire on the 15th of February. Would they necessarily ask or extend my medicals (making the process longer) or can I expect PPR without all those steps? I am an inland applicant.
Where is your visa office?For in-land applicant, they usually would give you an extension.
No worries about that. Them gave me an extension on Jan 22nd and I got the PPR on the next day (Jan 23rd).
Congrats.I'm here to share some good news.
AOR: March 6th, 2019
Med passed: April 13 [On the same date, I received a request for my police certificate, which was already at Canadian embassy]
Request Letter for my common-law partner's docs: Dec 5th, 2019 (he is a Canadian and has nothing to do with my PR, so all docs they requested were redundant)
Otherwise, NOTHING until Feb 4th, 2020. Meanwhile, I requested ATIP notes, sent additional explanations (clarifications) at my initiative, called, inquired - nothing. I don't know if any of what I did helped or it just ran its course.
PR landing interview invitation: Feb 4th, 2020
COPR: Feb 10th. I expected to receive PPR and wasn't sure if landing an interview meant I'm in, but once I got to CIC Etobicoke, it was a standard procedure.
I'm supposed to receive my PR card to my mailbox in 2-3 weeks.
Interestingly enough, once I received COPR, I could see updates in the system:
Eligibility reviewed: December 9, 2019
Background check completed: January 27, 2020
I checked frequently but up until Feb 10th, when I had my interview, their status has not been changed.
It was an excruciatingly long wait. It didn't help that my case was complicated with having to prove my foreign self-employed work experience. I haven't found a single person who would have successfully done it, so I had to figure it all out mostly by myself. I didn't have spare 5k to pay to a lawyer, especially since I'd have to do most of the work myself anyway.
I'm still pinching myself to check if I'm not sleeping.
I hope it ends for all of you soon - and well! Good luck, people.