Yeah that is a lot of moneyI don’t think I will. I hear you have to withdraw the other one which takes time or they’ll put the new one hold until the old application is finalized. Also I paid a lot of money for this already. I have 4 dependents. I don’t want to pay again when we don’t know if this will be better. They have not said this will be faster. There’s nothing that says they’ll not single my file out again and delay it. I don’t trust IRCC at all
IRCC is doing this intentionally. For all of usHi all,
I'm a CEC outland applicant. Though I'd join this forum since this waiting period is getting frustrating.
AOR: 21 May 2020
Medical: 5 July 2020
Bio: 7 Dec 2020
Criminality: In progress (as of Jan 2021)
Security: not started (as of Jan 2021)
Wondering if there's any fellow CEC outland in this thread?
Here is the reply I got from Etobicoke within 20mins after sending my email query:Hi Everyone,
I just realized that our COPR document was not signed by the Etobicoke officer, and I sent an email with the original COPR asking for the signed copy. Also last week I have applied for PR Card & SIN (Online), even OHIP (health card). For OHIP Service Ontario didn't ask me anything.
The question is do you think I will get SIN from Service Canada or do they come back to me asking signed COPR document?
I just sent an email to Etobicoke asking to issue a new COPR doc with Singed init.
Does anyone has experienced this before or anyone knows how long do they take to respond to email queries?
Thanks in advance for your comments & suggestion!
I’m feb 7 2020 (fsw inland) and still waiting, my sis is Jan 22nd and still waiting so as annoying as it sounds, you’re somehow still luckierIt’s really tragic that this is happening to us. Many May folks are still waiting and contemplating re-applying again. Imagine that. After almost 1 year, we shouldn’t be having this discussion. We should just be living our lives not giving IRCC any thought
It means you are all good then, i think all the systems are linked so they can do the verificationsHere is the reply I got from Etobicoke within 20mins after sending my email query:
The COPR letter issued does not require a signature.
While you wait for your PR card, you can use the COPR letter confirming permanent resident status to:
• prove that you’re a permanent resident in Canada, and
• apply for government benefits and services that you’re eligible for, for example, to apply for your social insurance number so you can work.
For any further questions, please contact our Client Support Centre:
Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Telephone: 1-888-242-2100 (in Canada only)
Web form: https://secure.cic.gc.ca/enquiries-renseignements/canada-case-cas-eng.aspx .
This email is continuously monitored to ensure that case specific questions are directed to the proper office and responded to in a timely manner.