I believe if you have re-done the medicals, you need to inform them. If in doubt, you should communicate with them on what to do next. It is because the visa validity is 1 year from medicals.. Once you pass the medicals, I think they should inform you when to submit your passport. Again, better if you ask them directly whether you could submit your passport now (if you have already done your medicals) or if you should wait for their further instructions.Hey guys. My AOR was November 1st and I received PPR on August 24. In my letter it said I need to submit my passport for visa stamping within 30 days and land in Canada before my medicals expire, which is November 2nd.
Since November 2 is too soon, I've asked my processing center (Ottawa) to extend the validity of my medicals. In response I received a request to redo the medicals form scratch.
My question is, do I still need to submit my passport within the original 30-day period as was stated in the ready for visa email? Or there's no need, since my application was reopened with the new medical check request?
Any help would be appreciated!