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November 2018 AOR - Join here

Sandhusarwar

Hero Member
Jul 25, 2018
504
180
India
Category........
FSW
Visa Office......
Ottawa
NOC Code......
4031
App. Filed.......
20 November
AOR Received.
20 November
Hey sithlord
What do u suggest?
I got a request letter today
I have to submit explanation and supporting documents of my dependant being self employed ...... Dependant is self employed but not registered ... .
Do I need to worry about it?
Was there a place holder created in your application or u just mentioned that in spouses personal history and they demanded further information?
I have provided all the spouse work in history and answer no to spouse work experience.
 

SithLord

VIP Member
Aug 18, 2017
6,781
5,099
Hi, yes it still shows that ADR is still being reviewed. That document requested was an updated IMM5406 Additional Family Information form.
Wow so you got PPR email while still in ADR status.

That's nice.

My ADR status is still same for the past 2 weeks
 

hrishikeshrs

Star Member
Jan 18, 2018
98
57
35
Mumbai
Category........
FSW
NOC Code......
2176
App. Filed.......
28-12-2017
Nomination.....
04-10-2017
AOR Received.
28-12-2017
IELTS Request
12-08-2017
Med's Done....
14-01-2018
What an awesome start to the day for so many. My wife received her PPR today.

Aor: 16th Nov
Mep: 20th Dec
Ip1 to Ip2: 10th May
Ghost update: 12th May
Ppr: 14th May. 2 days before the 6 month mark.

Were checking up the forums all this while and were very sure it wouldnt come in so soon as her file wasn't picked up al this while.
But we had our marital status update on 9th may and the updating got them to pick her file.

So if any of ul are contemplating any sort of update in your profile, pl go ahead and do it.

Best wishes to all.
 

Pbaj

Star Member
Feb 17, 2019
140
114
What an awesome start to the day for so many. My wife received her PPR today.

Aor: 16th Nov
Mep: 20th Dec
Ip1 to Ip2: 10th May
Ghost update: 12th May
Ppr: 14th May. 2 days before the 6 month mark.

Were checking up the forums all this while and were very sure it wouldnt come in so soon as her file wasn't picked up al this while.
But we had our marital status update on 9th may and the updating got them to pick her file.

So if any of ul are contemplating any sort of update in your profile, pl go ahead and do it.

Best wishes to all.
Congratulations
 

ManRon

Full Member
Mar 20, 2019
34
45
Finally COPR!!!
Few details to begin with:
Express entry FSW - O - India.
Family of 2
NOC code 2174 and 4163
So here goes the timeline:-
1. IELTS result 20 September 2018 – Both applicants Clb9 in the first attempt through IDP
2. ITA 3 October 2018 with CRS 475
3. AOR 3 Nov 2018
4. MEP 5 Dec 2018
5. Received ADR on 5 April 2019 which asked us for last 6 months bank statements. (No ghost updates till 5th April 2019)
6. Submitted only the requested documents on 5 April 2019
7. Rejection on 10 April due to insufficient POF.
8. Appeal sent through CIC web form on 11 April 2019 and also sent an email to all the possible CIC email addresses we could get writing them about the appeal.
9. Meanwhile Submitted new EE Application profile on 11 April 2019
10. Received reply from one of the email addresses on 12 April 2019 ET which told us to raise a CIC web form which we had already done

THE MOMENT OF SURPRISE, JOY, AND WINNING…
OUR REJECTED PROFILE WAS OPENED AGAIN AND…
(Timeline from rejection to appeal to reopening of our profile to PPR: 10th April to 19th April 2019)


11. We received a request letter through an ADR on our old profile on 16 April which asked us to pay the PR fees CAD 490 for each applicant. (+Ghost update with profile changed to a "background check in progress" PS: There is no such thing as IP1 or IP2)
12. Withdrew the newly created profile on 17th April
13. Paid the PR fees on 18 April 2019
14. Received PPR email on 19 April 2019
15. Sent passports to VFS for stamping on 24th April
16. Passports received by VFS Delhi on 26th April
17. VFS Delhi sent passports back to VFS Pune on 10th May
18. Received PR stamped passports 13th May 2019 in Pune

AOR to COPR: 191 days with 2 ADRs and 1 Rejection (reversed after an appeal.)

Points to be noted:
1) Did not request GCMS notes even once
2) Did call CIC but we just got an IVR message which told us that our Medical had completed and the Background Check was in process.
3) No change on profile after MEP. It was 'we are processing your application' till our profile was reopened that's when it changed the status to BC in progress.
4) Consulted an agent but I suppose that was not enough. So started following this forum and some other facebook groups and did some analysis/self-study through a few channels on Youtube.
5) Never joined any course for IELTS. Did my study on my own for 2 months, followed youtube channels for tips.

Issues we faced:
1) Reason for rejection: There must have been some clerical error at CIC side because we had submitted all the required documents for POF including all the FD receipts and still they said that the amount was not insufficient. The amount was in the form of Fixed Deposits, receipts for which were probably overlooked by the officer in charge. Here, in this web form, we attached an additional letter from the bank which said that we had these fixed deposits in the bank and we could use them at any point in time. We had not provided this letter earlier which if we had, it could have saved us all the disappointment and rework.
2) 1st ADR: They said that they could see the Gift Deed and wanted to check for the source of that money so asked for bank statements in the 1st ADR. The Bank statements showed that that certain amount had been credited to my account but debited immediately. The current balance was CAD 791 which was not as per the requirement. We had provided the bank statements already but the ones they asked for were of that account in which all the fixed deposits were present.
3) Repayment of RPRF fees: Our old profile was reopened again. The RPRF fees had to be paid again because when our application was rejected earlier, our PR fees were refunded. We received that amount approximately 2 weeks after the rejection. They say it generally takes about 3 weeks for the amount to reach us back.

Most important: Choose wisely on what you read online, no offense to anyone but wait till the experts have commented on your question and most importantly, do not leave any stone unturned when it comes to being absolutely sure on what needs to be done.

Thanks a lot to all those who have helped me here to find answers to all my questions.
Best of luck to all aspirants and hope to see you in Canada soon!