MP wasn’t that helpful can not intervene to process faster. Only can give updates/Status they keep telling Covid delays. I’m not alone, applicants from June/July/Aug2019 are in backlogI would go to local MP and explain my situation. This is almost 2 years. Send your story to local newspapers too.
I think they want to meet their processing target which is one year for spouse sponsorship program. If your AOR is from 2019, you are already above the one year. But the minister is under a lot of pressure for Spouse sponsorship, so I am sure they will get to you guys (2019 AOR) soon. They cannot ignore you because of MP pressure. Unlike other categories that do not have anyone in Canada that speak for them.for how long is giong to wait i’m done watting know almost 11 month no update even refuse is an answe why the vo keep holding 2019 app and process 2020
for how long is giong to wait i’m done watting know almost 11 month no update even refuse is an answe why the vo keep holding 2019 app and process 2020
Do you have concern about the interview?i got response when i ask them through mp
This is the response our office has received from IRCC.
We can provide you with the following details for your constituent about the status of an application to sponsor a spouse living outside Canada
- The application was received at the Case Processing Centre in Sydney (CPC-S), Nova Scotia, on July 25, 2019.
- The initial assessment to ensure the sponsor meets all the sponsorship requirements was finalized on October 03, 2019.
- The responsible office is currently reviewing the application and documents submitted to determine if the sponsored person (the applicant) meets the eligibility requirements,
- the assessment for the applicant is still in process at the Canadian visa office in Nairobi, Kenya.
- The medical examination results are on file and valid until February 17, 2021, for the applicant.
- The criminality verifications are currently valid.
- The security verifications have not been initiated.
- If the application is approved:
- the applicant will need to send their passport to the Canadian visa office, and
- the officer will affix a visa (if applicable) in the applicant’s passport and will issue the confirmation of permanent residence document which the applicant will present at the port of entry in order to be granted the status of permanent resident of Canada.