It looks like IP2, you should be getting your PPR request soon. Maybe even this week.Hi everyone,
Today my Background Check status got changed to 'We are processing your background check' (for last 1 week it was 'Not applicable'). Can anyone please let me know how long do I need to wait till I get my ppr?
I am CEC inland..
AOR - May 8th
Med passed - Jun 6th
Background Check - Not applicable - Aug 16
Background Check - We are processing - Aug 23
My AOR or file submitted on 10 mayAOR OR SUBMITTED FILE ON 9th may
Medical pass on 21st July
How long will it take to get PAssport request
Any help please
it shows like this in my profile.
Where is this application? Details Help
Application status- We are processing your application. We will send you a message when there is an update or if we need more information from you.
Review of eligibility - We are reviewing whether you meet the eligibility requirements.
Review of medical results - You passed the medical exam.
Review of additional documents - The additional documents you provided are being reviewed.
Interview - You do not need an interview. We will send you a message if this changes.
Biometrics - We do not need your fingerprints. We will send you a message if this changes.
Background check -Your application is in progress. We will send you a message when we start your background check.
Final decision -Your application is in progress. We will send you a message once the final decision has been made.
Your help is appreciable. I'll update if anything new in next. Plz pray for me.... Thanks.First of Congrats on the baby.
Baby will automatically be a Canadian citizen provided you are here legally ( WP , SP etc ).
You will definitely have to let CIC know about the change in your family, raise a CSE with details i believe ( not exactly sure about the process - there were similar cases in the past with your same situation, try finding it in the forum ).
Hi @Riyas SirajHi kim,
It's completely up to you. You can definitely do the landing and apply for PR travel document ( if you don't get the PR card before your travel back ) if that is the way you want to go.
Hi @Varun84,Hey Kimi,
In my opinion, you're more likely to face administrative hassles in Option 1 as compared to Option 2. My recommendation would be Option 2, as long as you have a couple of months for completing your landing in Canada. You might find the link below useful: