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November - 2019 Citizenship Applications

Anford

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Oct 3, 2016
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Vancouver, BC
Visa Office......
Vancouver, BC
UPDATE: I was just asked to provide "scanned copies or photos of all passport(s) and travel document(s) pages held during your five (5) years eligibility period" :(

Does this mean it will slow down my discriminated application once again? :mad: Also, I assume all stamps must be translated by an official translator, right? :(

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BD Peace

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Jan 30, 2017
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UPDATE: I was just asked to provide "scanned copies or photos of all passport(s) and travel document(s) pages held during your five (5) years eligibility period" :(

Does this mean it will slow down my discriminated application once again? :mad: Also, I assume all stamps must be translated by an official translator, right? :(

Other details in my signature below...
They asked the same document from me before my interview with an officer. I color scanned all pages of my passports ( I had 2 passports , all pages 48 pages each passport ) and put them in a pdf and sent back to the email it came from.
My interview with an officer went well. Today I checked my tracker status, It shows all completed. Waiting for the oath ceremony.
Timeline same as you
 

Anford

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Oct 3, 2016
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Vancouver, BC
Visa Office......
Vancouver, BC
They asked the same document from me before my interview with an officer. I color scanned all pages of my passports ( I had 2 passports , all pages 48 pages each passport ) and put them in a pdf and sent back to the email it came from.
My interview with an officer went well. Today I checked my tracker status, It shows all completed. Waiting for the oath ceremony.
Timeline same as you
So you didn't need to hire an official translator to translate all those stamps in your passport?
 

BD Peace

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Jan 30, 2017
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So you didn't need to hire an official translator to translate all those stamps in your passport?
Nops. Does it say anywhere you have to translate and stamp? As long as you have both English and your home country's language on your passport, I don't think you need to translate it. In my passport, I have everything in English and Bangla. No objections from Offier.
 

BD Peace

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Jan 30, 2017
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Nops. Does it say anywhere you have to translate and stamp? As long as you have both English and your home country's language on your passport, I don't think you need to translate it. In my passport, I have everything in English and Bangla. No objections from Offier.
If travel document or passport is not in English, you might have to translate. But in my case, I had English in my travel document.
 

Anford

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Oct 3, 2016
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Vancouver, BC
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Vancouver, BC
If travel document or passport is not in English, you might have to translate. But in my case, I had English in my travel document.
To be fair, it doesn't say anything regarding stamps however I think (not 100% sure) I've read it here on the forum that people have had to translate the stamps as well... FYI this is exactly how the letter looks like:

 

engray

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To be fair, it doesn't say anything regarding stamps however I think (not 100% sure) I've read it here on the forum that people have had to translate the stamps as well... FYI this is exactly how the letter looks like:

It is actually written in the letter, see the Note section. If a stamp has both English and foreign language, then you dont need to translate it. If the stamp is only in a non E/F language then you must translate.
Hopefully you don’t have many stamps that need translation.
Good luck
 
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Omegabyte

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Aug 8, 2016
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Edmonton
Visa Office......
Edmonton
LANDED..........
02-03-2017
I finally got my test invite (Edmonton office)!!!

I have to do my fingerprints over again :rolleyes:, but I'll still take the W for today. :)

(I already updated the 2019 tracker).
 

v_i_r_u_s

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May 9, 2013
712
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Vancouver
Category........
FSW
Visa Office......
Singapore
NOC Code......
1112
App. Filed.......
07-05-2014
Nomination.....
11-08-2014
AOR Received.
18-09-2014
File Transfer...
18-09-2014
Med's Request
02-03-2015
Med's Done....
05-03-2015
Interview........
WAIVED
Passport Req..
07-04-2015
VISA ISSUED...
06-05-2015
LANDED..........
25-10-2015
One of my friend passed test on February 22 got Oath Ceremony request yesterday and his oath ceremony is scheduled for June 22 2020.
His timeline is same as mine.
Applied November 27/28 2019 - Family of 3 Lives in Calgary,AB
AOR - Feb 14 2020
Online Test - February 22 2021
 

abhikeerthan

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Jan 3, 2015
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Friend of mine told me that they're clearing the family applications first, because they can clear 3-4 in one time. Probably that's why all the single applicants applications are getting delayed. could be totally wrong