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DArk91

Member
Dec 8, 2020
12
3
FSW-inland
AOR: March 2020

GCMS Notes - May 13th
Eligibility: Passed
Security: Blank
Criminality: Passed
Medical:in process (expired-received request May 9th after an officer review for admissibility-now passed)
Info Sharing: Complete


Got married (out land) May 7th - informed IRCC same day, got document request May 16th.

I uploaded all the documents, upfront meds, proof of funds, and old biometrics for my wife on June 2nd.
The system updated her as a dependant (got an email about an update) and accepted her old biometrics on June 9th.
Ghost update June 30th.


Notes for GCMS notes on May 13th:
May 9
****Officer Admissibility review****
Security Redacted-requested re-med

Dec 10, 2021.
****Officer Admissibility review****
Criminality passed.- Sch A requested


Any ideas on what to expect now?
PPR Today guys!! Finally.. Good luck to everyone.
 
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mesha25

Star Member
Feb 10, 2021
71
10
Has anyone tried using the ECAS service and it worked? I heard u can check your status there but it doesn't show me any results. Does that mean the processing hasn't started yet?
 

Pratik65

Hero Member
Jun 14, 2018
236
31
Hi @legalfalcon , group members please need your advice on below,

My Aor is March 2020, I got married in May'2022 while my application was still under processing. I informed ircc immediately about my status change, but I did not hear back from IRCC until now for any documents request for my spouse and now they have sent me "Ready for Visa" email i.e. Passport request. Please guide me on this as to what options do I have,
- Can i send my passport for visa stamping and inform them at landing as PR and later sponsor my wife?
or
- I have to wait until IRCC request all document for my spouse?
 
 
 

Freakstreet1

Member
Sep 20, 2020
10
2
Hello Members and @legalfalcon , my COPR states my city of destination is calgary but I am willing to move to toranto. My plan changed a lot in last two years. I am travelling by land and will be travelling from the US. Since I am FSW, will there be any problem in moving to toranto instead of calgery? I would really appreciate your response
 

ag2020

Star Member
Apr 13, 2022
97
38
Hello Members and @legalfalcon , my COPR states my city of destination is calgary but I am willing to move to toranto. My plan changed a lot in last two years. I am travelling by land and will be travelling from the US. Since I am FSW, will there be any problem in moving to toranto instead of calgery? I would really appreciate your response
Fsw can move anywhere in Canada except Quebec region.
 

Habakhtiari

Star Member
Mar 23, 2020
53
17
Hello everyone
It’s finally my time to write my PPR story Thank God
AOR March 2020
I was asked to pay RPRF one month later
ADR January 2021 ( militarily records of spouse and Schedule A)
Medical extended September 2021
Eligibility passed and Security started in 11 April 2022 ( my BG changed to “we are processing”)
Medical expired May 2022
Re-Medical instruction July 1st
Remedical done the next day and updated on profile July 6th
PPR August 2nd
I had many GUs in the process
COR Iran
VO : Paris


Ordered notes once and never received it
 
 

mesha25

Star Member
Feb 10, 2021
71
10
I think im going in depression now!. Its been more than 2 months since ADR remeds everything has been submitted. No response to webforms. Cant reach the phone number someone mentioned earlier. March 21, 2020 AOR, IDK how much longer to wait.
 
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eduardo_brazil

Star Member
Mar 1, 2020
137
84
Toronto. Canada
Category........
FSW
NOC Code......
6222
AOR Received.
09-03-2020
Med's Done....
07-04-2020
I think im going in depression now!. Its been more than 2 months since ADR remeds everything has been submitted. No response to webforms. Cant reach the phone number someone mentioned earlier. March 21, 2020 AOR, IDK how much longer to wait.
Hang in there.

There are reasons to be positive:
a) remed normally is the end of the long path. It was for me.
b) it will take some time before the recent ITA applications start to be processing. (They have medicals and biometrics to submit first).
Meaning they have only a few older applications left (around 20,000 persons) and they have been processing around 8,000 a month, so yours are definitely in the very end of the line!!

Hold on!