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Discussion in 'Express Entry / Expression of Interest' started by andy108, Sep 30, 2019.

  1. Hi Everyone,

    Congratulations for submitting your eAPR and becoming part of October 2019 AOR gang.

    This thread is to assist everyone with questions in relation to process tracking, trends, processing timelines concerns and just to get together and plan the upcoming move over to Canada while trying to understand when to expect your PPR.

    Good luck!

    I will be sharing some statistics below to help you with the process.
  2. What are GCMS notes?

    GCMS notes is a complete and most recent information from your Canadian immigration/visa file GCMS stands for the Global Case Management System, which is used by the Government of Canada to store and process all immigration and visa applications worldwide. If you have ever submitted any application to the Canadian immigration authorities – for example an application for permanent residence, for a visitor visa, study or work permit etc. – your application and all information about its processing is stored in GCMS You can request GCMS notes - information from your file stored in the system. Inside you will find immigration officers' notes that will allow you to understand how your current application is being processed GCMS notes can be requested from Canada or by a Canadian citizen only
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  4. Some Analytics that you may find useful

    Lets begin.

    Current processing

    Statuses by months:

    *January pretty much 80% cleared, Feb 60% and decreasing accordingly. Currently about 5-10% get PPR within 90 days. Which is way less than before.
    Source: https://myimmitracker.com/en/ca/trackers/consolidated-e-apr-tracker-express-entry-permanent-residency-application/analytics/applicants-by-stream

    Statuses by month June:

    Mostly CEC are getting PPRs in June.

    Average in the last 90 days:

    FSW-Inland is leading with 250 days on average. Meaning if you are inland, you can potentially wait for a year easily. Followed by PNP, which generally been slow, apart from 2017.

    PPRs issued in the past 30 days:


    Average mean:

    As you can see the processing time somewhat has sthbilized at 220 days on average. Which is a lot. Historically that's the longest processing time since 2015.

    Average for all the time:


    Average wait by visa office:


    Number of PPRs:

    The number has continue dropping, which illustrates the process is getting somewhat slower.

    Average wait by PNP province:
    PEI is doing good, followed by NS and then BC.
    Source: https://myimmitracker.com/en/ca/trackers/consolidated-e-apr-tracker-express-entry-permanent-residency-application/analytics/average-time-to-a-ppr-based-on-the-stream

    Average by Family Size:


    Have a great day guys!
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  5. If you have submitted you eAPR on the 1st, when to expect PPR?

    Here is a guide dates:

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  6. Guys, join the October AOR group.
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  7. Current processing: [​IMG]
  8. AOR 2/10/2019..... In the wait list now..
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  9. Congratulations!

    Sending an invite to the group!
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  10. Thank you and waiting...
  11. You have been added mate.
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  12. joined the whatsapp group

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