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Discussion in 'Provincial Nomination Program Immigration' started by twarpdev, Mar 22, 2018.

  1. #1 twarpdev, Mar 22, 2018 at 10:09 AM
    Last edited: Mar 22, 2018
    OINP, Paper based, Inland
    Application received: March 2, 2017
    AOR : April 3, 2017
    Got RPRF request : December 13, 2017
    Got pre arrival letter : December 12, 2017
    BG changed from in progress to not applicable : December 12, 2017
    BG changed from not applicable to in process : February. 27, 2018
    Medical Request : March 01, 2018
    Medical Passed : March 14, 2018
    PPR : Waiting

    I think, it is important to track this stage together, since they only send an email for the PPR, and no updates on GCkey nor ECAS.

    IP1: “Your application is in progress. We will send you a message when we start your background check.”
    NA: “Not applicable“
    IP2: “We are processing your background check. we will send you a message if we need more information.“
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  2. OINP, Paper based, Inland
    Application received: July 26, 2017
    AOR : Sep 11, 2017
    Got RPRF request : Upfront
    Got pre arrival letter : March 16, 2018
    BG changed from in progress to not applicable :
    BG changed status in progress: Sep 11, 2017
    Medical Request : Upfront
    Medical Passed : March 16, 2018
    PPR : Waiting
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  3. Could you please describe the differences between the IP1 and IP2? You also have N/A... what is that?
  4. #4 twarpdev, Mar 25, 2018 at 11:05 AM
    Last edited: Mar 25, 2018
    When you link your application to CIC account, it starts with IP1 status then they may send RPRF/Pre Arrival letter, then it changes to NA, then Medical and it changes to IP2, then PPR email sends to you within 20 days historically.
    However mass applicants got this IP2 on Feb. 27th, 2018, and so far no updates, I haven't heard anyone got PPR other than outland applicants, YES, that’s right even inland applications are slower than outland.
  5. Got a small update.
    Review of additional documents
    Changed from Uploaded to Reviewing : March 27, 2018

    I paid RPRF on December 13, 2017, then uploaded the receipt to GCkey as a additional

  6. What kind of addit docs they asked you and how long it took them to change the status to reviewing?
  7. It is the RPRF(Right of permanent residence fee), and they asked me to pay it December 13, 2017, I paid it and uploaded the receipt on same date. It took them about 3.5 months to change the status to revewing.
  8. Hi Buddy, did you get your PPR after reviewing your additional documents? if yes, How long would it take to get PPR?
  9. OINP , pnp paper based application
    Cic recived May 1, 2017
    AOR July 18,2017
    Additional documnts January 1, 2018
    Medical request March 20, 2018
    Ppr Waitng :(
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  10. Ur timeline is so much similar to mine. BCPNP here waiting PPR
  11. I
    I have 2 dependents i hope we get ppr soon :)
  12. Even I am an SINP paper based candidate. Got my medicals passed on 26th March, 2018. And no updates till now. Below is my time line..


    Application Recieved - March 9, 2017.
    AOR - April 21, 2017.
    Add. Docs Requested - December 15, 2017.
    Medical Request - March 2, 2018.
    Medical results received - March 26, 2018
    File transferred from NDVO to Vancouver CIC office - June 19, 2018.

    Awaiting PPR..!!

    However, not clear as to what does the file transfermeans, and by when should I expect the PPR.

    Anyone with a similar timeline ??
  13. Got MR in March 2018 and haven't heard from them after that.
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  14. Hi,

    I am an OINP paper-based inland applicant.
    Passed my medical test on 26th April 2018

    My timeline is :
    Acknowledgment of receipt - 9 August 2017
    Pre-arrival service - 21 Feb 2018
    Medical test passed - 26th April 2018
    The background check is under processed

    How long do you think it would take for PPR? :)

    Thank you.
  15. You get ppr???

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