Our papers were sent to Manila VO on Feb 6 and never heard anything since. How long does it take before the VO sends an email? I see other applicants having decision made and passport request already... It shows that the processing started february 19, is it the AOR 2? I feel like my paper is taking much longer
on the online tool here are the update
We received your application for permanent residence on November 18, 2019.
We started processing your application on February 19, 2020.
We sent you medical instructions on January 21, 2020. To avoid delays, please provide us the information requested in the letter as soon as possible. Please consider delays in mail delivery before contacting us.
Medical results have been received.
We sent you a letter on February 6, 2020. Please consider delays in mail delivery before contacting us.
> The letter is an email sent to us letting us know that our papers are being moved to Manila Visa Office
On the GCKEY application linked, here are the detailed update:
We are reviewing whether you meet the eligibility requirements.
January 31, 2020 You passed the medical exam.
We do not need additional documents.
You do not need an interview. We will send you a message if this changes.
We do not need your fingerprints. We will send you a message if this changes.
We are processing your background check. We will send you a message if we need more information.
Your application is in progress. We will send you a message once the final decision has been made.
Hope you've received it by now?We received PPR email on Feb 7, submitted passports on Feb 10. Received by Ndvo on Feb 11 and status is in processing at IRCC from Feb 12. Still no update yet. I already booked tickets on Mar 1. Hoping get it early next week. @KosVin did you submit your passport and any update?
Regarding COPR, yes they send it along with the stamped passport
Were you not required to send it with the additional package? If they don’t have a Mexican police certificate from you yet then yes you have to send it.Hello!
I received a Final request for police certificates (multiple). My husband has only ever lived for longer than 6 months in Mexico and in Canada. Do I have to provide the Canadian? or just the Mexican? I was only aware that the Canadian is upon a specific request. Does anyone know? Thanks!
Hello!Were you not required to send it with the additional package? If they don’t have a Mexican police certificate from you yet then yes you have to send it.
Normally they do the Canadian side on their own unless they specifically request something from you. You can always inquire, but for sure you need to send the Mexican one.Hello!
No, it stated that I needed to provide it after I submitted the application, that’s why we didn’t. But since my husband was a worker in Canada for 2 years, I am unsure that the “multiple” part means the Canadian as well...
This is what I got:Normally they do the Canadian side on their own unless they specifically request something from you. You can always inquire, but for sure you need to send the Mexican one.
We only sent the New Zealand one with our initial application and they took care of the Canadian side, but our country specific requirements are different, so I don’t want to assume either.
Did they not state exactly what they expected you to send?
Is this what you got in the letter ?This is what I got:
“Police Certificates (Multiple): Please provide a police certificate from the country where you currently live, if you have lived there for six months or more; and the country where you’ve spent most of your adult life since the age of 18. You are required to obtain a Police Certificate from that country’s law enforcement authorities. Please send the original police certificate to this office as soon as you receive it. If your police certificate indicates any charges and/or convictions, you must also provide court documents detailing the disposition of each charge and the sentence of each conviction. This must be received at this office by: 2020/03/28”
I believe is only the Mexican as well... I hope so though!