Until you actually receive something noone can tell I would assume if there was no interview, the outcome is probably good But at this point all you can is wait and see what is the decisionTynen said:Hi guys, I am from the November group processing in Manila aswell. My partner recently received a Decision Made when we checked the processing status on ecas. However, there was no PPR email. Is this a good or bad sign?
I think it probably depends on the visa office. Anywhere as quick as one week, or as long as I think 90 days. I know Manila VO is around 4-6 weeks average. Not sure about NVO.BlessedPheonix said:How much does it take to get passport back after visa stamping? After getting PPR, I sent it on 20 June but haven't received it yet.
crzy_canadian said:Wow, great news for my fellow Manila applicants! Congrats biag_ni_lam-ang, ortswak, and MrsMelnic8!
We've finally received our GCMS notes we ordered May 29th.
Eligibility: In progress (recommend pass)
Security: Not started
Criminality: Not started
Notes: Officer seems satisfied with proof of genuine marriage as well as my intent to return to Canada. "Nothing to flag at this time". "Meds passed NBI - Clean."
Hoping we can join the elite club of PPR soon.
Thank you! I'm pretty sure you'll get it next week!crzy_canadian said:Awesome!!! Congrats
I think I see there's only 3 of us from Manila November group still waiting for our PPR, hoping its soon!!
Congrats!! MVO if firing on all cylinders!!!Tynen said:November applicant here. My partner has just received an email to send photocopy of her passport to the VO. Finally everything is wrapping up. My timeline is on my profile if anyone wants to know. ;D