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Mujitoto

Star Member
Apr 17, 2021
129
22
Under which program you have received the ITA ? Are you also having dependents outland ? Any details on your GCMS ?
CEC bc pnp whole family in canada
It's been 15 months and many days
In my gcms note that notorious officer did some work on my file May last year
Eligibility passed 15 May i did biometrics October 13 and it says NRT
But the status never changed
Background check in progress security not started ...then 27th April medical extended
Nothing came after that..
 

hithere123

Hero Member
Jun 11, 2020
297
82
CEC bc pnp whole family in canada
It's been 15 months and many days
In my gcms note that notorious officer did some work on my file May last year
Eligibility passed 15 May i did biometrics October 13 and it says NRT
But the status never changed
Background check in progress security not started ...then 27th April medical extended
Nothing came after that..
Hi bc pnp here mar aor, last worked on file according to gcms is july 7, 2020 and medical still hasnt been extended, my officer is cb01126
 

PR_Query

Full Member
May 13, 2021
44
12
Hi @legalfalcon, as per my GCMS notes my criminality was not passed because back in October 2020 our biometrics were not completed. Now our its completed on 26th Feb 2021. Its been three months since, how liong does it takes to complete criminality check when the participants were not invlolved in any criminal activities? As per the notes, Back in October 2020, our police certificate R10 OK; no A36 concerns evident with PC's on file. Do you know what is this mean?
 

legalfalcon

VIP Member
Sep 21, 2015
17,705
9,261
Montréal, Quebec, Canada
Category........
FSW
Visa Office......
Ottawa
NOC Code......
4112
App. Filed.......
03-09-2015
Doc's Request.
01-10-2015
AOR Received.
03-09-2015
Med's Done....
17-08-2015
Passport Req..
05-04-2016
VISA ISSUED...
12-04-2016
LANDED..........
05-05-2016
Hi @legalfalcon, as per my GCMS notes my criminality was not passed because back in October 2020 our biometrics were not completed. Now our its completed on 26th Feb 2021. Its been three months since, how liong does it takes to complete criminality check when the participants were not invlolved in any criminal activities? As per the notes, Back in October 2020, our police certificate R10 OK; no A36 concerns evident with PC's on file. Do you know what is this mean?
Criminality is based on the PCC and the biometrics you provide. The Biometric fingerprints are sent to RCMP and after being assessed, a report is sent to IRCC. This can take time and lately RCMP was backlogged.

See https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/corporate/mandate/corporate-initiatives/biometrics/process-steps-2018.html
 

Afi365

Star Member
Jun 27, 2020
76
27
Guys, my medical was not expired but after two ghost updates now it dose not show passed, it shows we do not need medical exam. Is this for everyone? Did everyone get this?
 

Yubsco

Star Member
Dec 12, 2020
81
33
Lagos Nigeria
Category........
CEC
Visa Office......
Edmonton
NOC Code......
NOC B
Job Offer........
Yes
App. Filed.......
20-04-2020
AOR Received.
21-05-2020
Hi @legalfalcon I will be grateful if you can enlighten me and others who need to know especially we the outland dependants. Is it advisable to take a covid19 vaccine in our country before traveling to Canada after COPR or we can wait and still take it when we get to Canada. Thanks
 

jyothis890

Star Member
Nov 20, 2015
83
22
I received this email from IRCC today morning and replied it right away, now waiting for the login credentials.

Aor May 30 2020
CEC inland
Medical expired in September 2020 and got extended on April 27 2021.
GU in profile on May 17 2021 called CIC and came to know that all stages has been passed wait for the final decision.

We are at the end of the process for your application for permanent residence in Canada.
Since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, IRCC has had to stop in-person
services to protect the health and safety of clients and employees. The Department has
come up with innovative ways to conduct business. Confirming permanent residence (PR)
status without an in-person interview through a new and secure PR Confirmation Portal
is one of these new improvements we are happy to offer you today.
Through the PR Confirmation Portal:
 You will confirm you currently live in Canada
 You will provide your current address in Canada (we’ll send your permanent
resident card in the mail to this address)
 You will submit a recent photo (JPEG or PNG formats are accepted) which we’ll use
to print your PR card
 IRCC will upload your document that proves your new PR status you will be able to
use this document while you wait for your first PR card that will come to you in the
mail
Important notes:
 You and every dependant included in your application need to be in Canada to use
the portal. If you or one of your dependants currently live outside Canada, let us

know by replying to this message: IRCC.ClientPortal-
PortailClient.IRCC@cic.gc.ca.

 You, as a client, will have to access the portal yourself. If you’re a representative
receiving this message, please forward this email to the clients you represented
for their PR application until they were approved.
 A principal applicant can have more than one profile under their account in this
portal. As the principle applicant, you’ll act on behalf of your minor dependants.
Profiles for your dependants, who were under 18 years of age at the time you
applied for permanent residence, will be created under your profile.

 Other dependant(s) included in your application, including a spouse/partner and
dependants 18 years old or older at the time you applied for permanent
residence, can either:
o Allow IRCC to create their account under your principal applicant account.
You will then act on behalf of them.
or
o Give their own unique email address (e.g. gmail, hotmail, etc.) for IRCC to
create a new account and complete the steps on their own.

Let us know:
You must inform us immediately via the IRCC webform of any of these changes:
 marriage or common-law union, divorce, annulment, legal separation
 death of
o the sponsor
o the principal applicant or
o any accompanying family member
 birth or adoption of a child, including grandchildren born to dependent children
 you (the principal applicant) or any of your family members have been charged or
convicted of a criminal offence
What you need to do next:
 Reply to this email (IRCC.ClientPortal-PortailClient.IRCC@cic.gc.ca) and give us
your personal email address.
 Confirm which option (A or B) in section 3 above you are choosing for your other
dependant(s) included in your application (spouse/partner and 18 years or older
at the time you applied for permanent residence):
o If option A, no further email addresses are needed.
o If option B, provide a unique email address for every dependant included in
your application (spouse/partner and 18 years or older at the time you
applied for permanent residence).

 In your response, for yourself and for each member of your family, copy and paste
this template and fill in the information (*verify passport for the dates and location):
 Name:
 UCI:
 Email (as set out in this message):
 Original entry date:
 Date of last time entered Canada:
 Location(Port of Entry):

If you can’t access online tools such as the portal due to accessibility issues or special

needs, contact us by replying to this message: IRCC.ClientPortal-
PortailClient.IRCC@cic.gc.ca.

Sincerely,
Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada
IRCC.ClientPortal-PortailClient.IRCC@cic.gc.ca
 

Mujitoto

Star Member
Apr 17, 2021
129
22
I received this email from IRCC today morning and replied it right away, now waiting for the login credentials.

Aor May 30 2020
CEC inland
Medical expired in September 2020 and got extended on April 27 2021.
GU in profile on May 17 2021 called CIC and came to know that all stages has been passed wait for the final decision.

We are at the end of the process for your application for permanent residence in Canada.
Since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, IRCC has had to stop in-person
services to protect the health and safety of clients and employees. The Department has
come up with innovative ways to conduct business. Confirming permanent residence (PR)
status without an in-person interview through a new and secure PR Confirmation Portal
is one of these new improvements we are happy to offer you today.
Through the PR Confirmation Portal:
 You will confirm you currently live in Canada
 You will provide your current address in Canada (we’ll send your permanent
resident card in the mail to this address)
 You will submit a recent photo (JPEG or PNG formats are accepted) which we’ll use
to print your PR card
 IRCC will upload your document that proves your new PR status you will be able to
use this document while you wait for your first PR card that will come to you in the
mail
Important notes:
 You and every dependant included in your application need to be in Canada to use
the portal. If you or one of your dependants currently live outside Canada, let us

know by replying to this message: IRCC.ClientPortal-
PortailClient.IRCC@cic.gc.ca.

 You, as a client, will have to access the portal yourself. If you’re a representative
receiving this message, please forward this email to the clients you represented
for their PR application until they were approved.
 A principal applicant can have more than one profile under their account in this
portal. As the principle applicant, you’ll act on behalf of your minor dependants.
Profiles for your dependants, who were under 18 years of age at the time you
applied for permanent residence, will be created under your profile.

 Other dependant(s) included in your application, including a spouse/partner and
dependants 18 years old or older at the time you applied for permanent
residence, can either:
o Allow IRCC to create their account under your principal applicant account.
You will then act on behalf of them.
or
o Give their own unique email address (e.g. gmail, hotmail, etc.) for IRCC to
create a new account and complete the steps on their own.

Let us know:
You must inform us immediately via the IRCC webform of any of these changes:
 marriage or common-law union, divorce, annulment, legal separation
 death of
o the sponsor
o the principal applicant or
o any accompanying family member
 birth or adoption of a child, including grandchildren born to dependent children
 you (the principal applicant) or any of your family members have been charged or
convicted of a criminal offence
What you need to do next:
 Reply to this email (IRCC.ClientPortal-PortailClient.IRCC@cic.gc.ca) and give us
your personal email address.
 Confirm which option (A or B) in section 3 above you are choosing for your other
dependant(s) included in your application (spouse/partner and 18 years or older
at the time you applied for permanent residence):
o If option A, no further email addresses are needed.
o If option B, provide a unique email address for every dependant included in
your application (spouse/partner and 18 years or older at the time you
applied for permanent residence).

 In your response, for yourself and for each member of your family, copy and paste
this template and fill in the information (*verify passport for the dates and location):
 Name:
 UCI:
 Email (as set out in this message):
 Original entry date:
 Date of last time entered Canada:
 Location(Port of Entry):

If you can’t access online tools such as the portal due to accessibility issues or special

needs, contact us by replying to this message: IRCC.ClientPortal-
PortailClient.IRCC@cic.gc.ca.

Sincerely,
Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada
IRCC.ClientPortal-PortailClient.IRCC@cic.gc.ca
Congrats
Can you share the VO and officer?
 

legalfalcon

VIP Member
Sep 21, 2015
17,705
9,261
Montréal, Quebec, Canada
Category........
FSW
Visa Office......
Ottawa
NOC Code......
4112
App. Filed.......
03-09-2015
Doc's Request.
01-10-2015
AOR Received.
03-09-2015
Med's Done....
17-08-2015
Passport Req..
05-04-2016
VISA ISSUED...
12-04-2016
LANDED..........
05-05-2016
Hi @legalfalcon I will be grateful if you can enlighten me and others who need to know especially we the outland dependants. Is it advisable to take a covid19 vaccine in our country before traveling to Canada after COPR or we can wait and still take it when we get to Canada. Thanks
Get the vaccine ASAP, no matter what you get and where you can get it. No point waiting. Also, Canada may make it mandatory to have a vaccine before you can travel if your country is making one available.
 
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AJ199101

Star Member
Feb 6, 2020
119
10
@legalfalcon , if the criminality is passed
I received this email from IRCC today morning and replied it right away, now waiting for the login credentials.

Aor May 30 2020
CEC inland
Medical expired in September 2020 and got extended on April 27 2021.
GU in profile on May 17 2021 called CIC and came to know that all stages has been passed wait for the final decision.

We are at the end of the process for your application for permanent residence in Canada.
Since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, IRCC has had to stop in-person
services to protect the health and safety of clients and employees. The Department has
come up with innovative ways to conduct business. Confirming permanent residence (PR)
status without an in-person interview through a new and secure PR Confirmation Portal
is one of these new improvements we are happy to offer you today.
Through the PR Confirmation Portal:
 You will confirm you currently live in Canada
 You will provide your current address in Canada (we’ll send your permanent
resident card in the mail to this address)
 You will submit a recent photo (JPEG or PNG formats are accepted) which we’ll use
to print your PR card
 IRCC will upload your document that proves your new PR status you will be able to
use this document while you wait for your first PR card that will come to you in the
mail
Important notes:
 You and every dependant included in your application need to be in Canada to use
the portal. If you or one of your dependants currently live outside Canada, let us

know by replying to this message: IRCC.ClientPortal-
PortailClient.IRCC@cic.gc.ca.

 You, as a client, will have to access the portal yourself. If you’re a representative
receiving this message, please forward this email to the clients you represented
for their PR application until they were approved.
 A principal applicant can have more than one profile under their account in this
portal. As the principle applicant, you’ll act on behalf of your minor dependants.
Profiles for your dependants, who were under 18 years of age at the time you
applied for permanent residence, will be created under your profile.

 Other dependant(s) included in your application, including a spouse/partner and
dependants 18 years old or older at the time you applied for permanent
residence, can either:
o Allow IRCC to create their account under your principal applicant account.
You will then act on behalf of them.
or
o Give their own unique email address (e.g. gmail, hotmail, etc.) for IRCC to
create a new account and complete the steps on their own.

Let us know:
You must inform us immediately via the IRCC webform of any of these changes:
 marriage or common-law union, divorce, annulment, legal separation
 death of
o the sponsor
o the principal applicant or
o any accompanying family member
 birth or adoption of a child, including grandchildren born to dependent children
 you (the principal applicant) or any of your family members have been charged or
convicted of a criminal offence
What you need to do next:
 Reply to this email (IRCC.ClientPortal-PortailClient.IRCC@cic.gc.ca) and give us
your personal email address.
 Confirm which option (A or B) in section 3 above you are choosing for your other
dependant(s) included in your application (spouse/partner and 18 years or older
at the time you applied for permanent residence):
o If option A, no further email addresses are needed.
o If option B, provide a unique email address for every dependant included in
your application (spouse/partner and 18 years or older at the time you
applied for permanent residence).

 In your response, for yourself and for each member of your family, copy and paste
this template and fill in the information (*verify passport for the dates and location):
 Name:
 UCI:
 Email (as set out in this message):
 Original entry date:
 Date of last time entered Canada:
 Location(Port of Entry):

If you can’t access online tools such as the portal due to accessibility issues or special

needs, contact us by replying to this message: IRCC.ClientPortal-
PortailClient.IRCC@cic.gc.ca.

Sincerely,
Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada
IRCC.ClientPortal-PortailClient.IRCC@cic.gc.ca
Congratulations, do you have any dependents outside Canada ?