Are you referring to the November spreadsheet? In that case, I'm not sure what the issue is, seems to work for me.honey.bunny said:Hello group admin.
For some reason the spread sheet is not allowing me to add the dates. I you could re-check the sheet settings that would be great. Thank you!
honey.bunny said:That's strange. It won't let me open and add my information. Maybe I ll try later again. Also does anyone know what do you when you passport has to be sent to new Delhi through vfs?
Hey thanks for the reply. I understand the passport will go to new dehli but on the ppr letter if States that it needs to be sent thru a VFS. Like where would that be ? My husband's in North Carolinamdk1 said:Applicants passport, 2 photographs *one of it, stamped and tagged, and] your PPR confirmation Email. (let me know if there is something more)
I am not sure where you live in Canada. But your local immigration office usually takes appointments for landing confirmation, no need to go to the border. But it's also possible you have a long wait time in which case you can go to the border.canadafsw2015 said:PPR Received today at 1:30 am EST ;D ;D ;D
12th Feb 2016 applicant
DM on 8th or 9th May 2016
This is God speed and we are extremely happy and joyful.
My wife is already in Canada on Visitor Visa and luckily they have given option of sending passport to Ottawa for stamping. Just dispatched her passport, 2 photos and the passport request letter along with an Xpressport envelope to Ottawa, should reach them by tomorrow.
Once we receive her stamped passport, can we go to a local office for her landing formalities or would need to go on a border crossing only?
If we have to go to the Niagara Falls border crossing, can I (Applicant's spouse who is already a PR) accompany my wife during the flag-poling process?
Anyone who has either got their landing formality done within a local office or flag-poling at the border, kindly share your experiences.
Cheers to everyone receiving DM and PPR
I think it is quicker just to go to border, unless it is super far, then I think you can make inland appointment, but it is longer to land. I would recommend to have weekend gateway in Niagara, land and celebratevigu360 said:I am not sure where you live in Canada. But your local immigration office usually takes appointments for landing confirmation, no need to go to the border. But it's also possible you have a long wait time in which case you can go to the border.
I am not sure about accompanying her, I will let experts reply to that.