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Parents and Grandparents Sponsorship 2019

skd2019

Newbie
Jan 22, 2020
1
0
Hi there, my parents are separated not legally. My mother is applying for a PR, and is required to do an medical exam. But CIC required my father to do the same. We did not apply for my father a PR since he suffered stroke a couple of years ago. What should we do?[/QUOTE

Hi Yendor,

I am also in same situation where applied only for my mother. My application was accepted on June 5th and no response from then. Today i called CIC and asked question about the same condition to which they said they are ok with it and only thing they want my father to do is a medical so that it will be useful for them if at all my mother decides to sponsor him in future. If you already aware of this information by now as i see this was posted 25 days back then please ignore my response.
 

SAMHR

Star Member
May 25, 2015
106
83
Category........
Visa Office......
SVO
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
19-03-2015
AOR Received.
23-04-2015
File Transfer...
15-05-2015
Med's Request
Upfront
Med's Done....
28-02-2014
Interview........
Waived
Passport Req..
26-08-2015
VISA ISSUED...
16-09-2015
LANDED..........
23-10-2015
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Vic R

Star Member
Mar 23, 2016
148
30
Hi friends, Can you please advise.

We received Bio request on 17 Dec, and on 24th Dec, my mom gave her fingerprints at the Service Canada office in GTA. Within an hour the information was reflected on the Applicant Information section of my CIC account. However, on Detailed application status shows “ We have not received fingerprints yet”


I am a bit confused now. Anyone else in the same situation?
 

SAMHR

Star Member
May 25, 2015
106
83
Category........
Visa Office......
SVO
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
19-03-2015
AOR Received.
23-04-2015
File Transfer...
15-05-2015
Med's Request
Upfront
Med's Done....
28-02-2014
Interview........
Waived
Passport Req..
26-08-2015
VISA ISSUED...
16-09-2015
LANDED..........
23-10-2015
did you got PCC / SA letter? when?
What is your Local VO?
I did not received the PCC/SA Letter yet. Therefore i don't know my LVO. I got t feeling that the LVO may be CPC-M.

Thanks.
 

canbest

Full Member
Oct 27, 2014
40
15
I have been waiting for PPR since PA DM on Dec 3. I sent a webform enquiry and got a response that the application is still in process and wait for 2 years to complete. Not sure what "process" is remaining after decision has been made. Maybe the case officer is still on vacation :)
 

Perla2015

Full Member
Jan 29, 2015
35
13
this was a confirmation I got from Ankara that the past 10 years is a baseline for requesting for a police certificate.



Police certificates
Purpose
To determine if the applicant or their family members have a criminal record or poses a security risk to Canada

Document requirements
According to the requirements below, the system will generate upload fields for the police certificates required in the document checklist using the personal history, travel history and address history provided by the applicant. However, it is always at an officer’s discretion to request a new or additional police certificate from the applicant. Applicants may also provide additional police certificates in the letter of explanation field.

  • For the applicant’s current country of residence, the police certificate must have been issued no more than 6 months before the submission of the e-APR.
  • For countries in which the applicant no longer resides, the police certificate must have been issued after the last time the applicant stayed in that country for 6 months or more in a row.
  • Police certificates meeting the above requirements can be accepted even if they have an expiry date that has passed.
  • This includes the requirement to provide a police certificate for countries in which the individual has travelled for 6 months or more in a row, whether or not the individual had an established residential address during this time.
  • Police certificates are required upfront and are mandatory for each country (except Canada) where an individual has spent 6 months or more in a row within the last 10 years. The individual does not need to provide one for any period of time before the age of 18.
  • Police certificates need to be a scan of the original police certificate(s) in colour. Certified true copies and unauthorized copies are unacceptable and will result in the application being rejected as incomplete.
Applications that do not include a required police certificate and do not provide supporting documentation where required will be rejected as incomplete.

The officer can exercise discretion when assessing whether police certificates that do not fall within standard IRCC parameters may still be required to process the application. When necessary, an officer can use discretion in their determination of whether or not a client is admissible to Canada by using other documents or mechanisms that are available to them.

Some countries will not issue police certificates to applicants, and instead will only communicate directly with the relevant Canadian authorities. In such cases, existing IRCC procedures to obtain documentation should be followed.

The IRCC website provides instructions to applicants on Where to obtain a police certificate.

In exceptional circumstances, IRCC may accept both of the following:

  • proof of having requested a police certificate for some countries; and
  • an explanation of best efforts (not a guarantee of acceptance)
    • In this explanation, the applicant should explain the delay in a document and upload the document in the country-specific field. The uploaded document must show that the applicant requested a police certificate as soon as possible after receiving their invitation to apply.
In such exceptional cases, the client will be advised to upload a document into the upload field stating country-specific details that support their explanation of best efforts.

Individuals who must submit this documentation

  • The principal applicant
  • Their spouse or common-law partner
  • Their dependent children 18 years of age or older, including non-accompanying
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