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Discussion in 'Provincial Nomination Program Immigration' started by curious_321, Aug 25, 2019.
Not aware of this. They might have, I was never intimated.
NOI Received: 1st Aug 2019
Submitted Date: 14th Aug 2019
Stream: HCP (CEC)
Is it still in the Submitted state? I submitted on 15th and I am still in Submitted state
Yes, It's in the Submitted state even I called to OINP office they told me you have 60 days.
Same here, I called and also dropped them mail but got the same standard reply that ur application will get processed within 60 days and they will contact you if they need any info. All the best buddy.
You too. If there is any update in your application please let me know.Thanks
Sure. Are u currently working in Ontario/Canada??
Same here! Dont know what is going on
Yes I am working in Ontario.
Ahh that sets some trend, I heard that they process Inland applicants processing slowly. I am also working here in Ontario.
When did you call them? I've heard a few cases where people's status moved to Assessment a day or two after calling OINP.
anyone from CEC category moved to Assessment stage?
NOI received: 1st August 2019
NOC code: 2173
ONIP stream: HCP
CRS score: 435
ONIP application submitted: 24th August 2019
Status changed to Assessment on 11th of Sep
Status changed to DIP on 17th of Sep
Guys, we all need to keep some patience as this is an immigration process and surely there will some response anywhere between 30-60 days after application. In the meanwhile, we can get other things like PCC, and thoroughly check the documents which we will again have to send to IRCC and make sure there are no loopholes in it. Hope this helps ! and of course we can always vent or impatience here ! God knows ai am doing all kinds of research to keep myself busy :-D
Why apply for PCC now? Shouldn't we wait till nomination confirmation ?
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