Once submitted, typically the only things that'll change are as follows:sam_15 said:can anyone explain the steps after eAPR ? what are the status changes? after submitting eAPR we get AOR then medical passed and then PPR? or any other steps are there? and after PPR how many weeks it take to get back the passport?
Thanks a lot! I will submit eApR on 14th may inshaAllah. Please pray for me!zhaff2004 said:Once submitted, typically the only things that'll change are as follows:
Medicals will change to passed after a while.
Background check will change to In progress around the time the medicals are passed. Once it clears it goes to Not applicable. It is now that they send the file to your local visa office for further processing. Once the local visa office begins processing, they'll change it to In progress again (This is typically called IP2 on the forum). Once it changes to IP2, you can expect a final decision within 48 hours typically.
After that, you then get a request for your passport to be sent to your local visa office. If you want to send it somewhere else, there is an email address on that passport request form to request a visa office change. This process takes about ten days and cannot be initiated until after you have been requested to submit your passport for stamping.
Once that's done, you'll have a landing visa valid for however long your medical is valid for (1 year from date of performing medical) and you'll be expected to enter Canada by then.
Hope this info helps, if you have anything else you want help with, lemme know