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Pr application 2020 timeline

Kingofthenorth1378

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Jun 28, 2019
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Guys i have a question so with the current trend in the application processing for 2020 applicants , do u think they gonna send the AOR later than march/april 2021? Because im planning to spend my time out of canada and its been almost 8 month since they have received my application and nothing yet .
 

9990

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Jan 10, 2017
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Guys i have a question so with the current trend in the application processing for 2020 applicants , do u think they gonna send the AOR later than march/april 2021? Because im planning to spend my time out of canada and its been almost 8 month since they have received my application and nothing yet .
I'm hoping to get my AOR at the end of this year. I hope it shouldn't get extended till next year.
 

Kingofthenorth1378

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Jun 28, 2019
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does anyone got AOR ?
im December 2019 applicant still no AOR.
Im February 2020 applicant and still no AOR. It makes me go crazy. because how hard can it be to put all the documents in one place. we already have been checked for security criminality and medical conditions before the hearing and we have to go through this process one more time. it is frustrating.
 
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Shafiqahmad

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Im February 2020 applicant and still no AOR. It makes me go crazy. because how hard can it be to put all the documents in one place. we already have been checked for security criminality and medical conditions before the hearing and we have to go through this process one more time. it is frustrating.
Exactly . Its almost 10 months and im still waiting for AOR . idk how long will it take more to get just AOR.
 

Ex ツ

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May 24, 2020
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Why are you guys so stressed abt your AORs ? Even if you get it after a year the processing will be 25 months or if you get it after a week still your case will be processed exactly within 25 months
 
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Amin.hope

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Nov 26, 2019
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Why are you guys so stressed abt your AORs ? Even if you get it after a year the processing will be 25 months or if you get it after a week still your case will be processed exactly within 25 months
You mean this is for refugees who applied inside Canada right ?
 

Biochemist

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May 21, 2019
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I'm a 2019 Dec applicant as well, in-Canada protected person application received in CPC-Sauga Dec 21st. The process came to a halt for sure, the applications are not being processed i believe. I know this for a fact because I contacted IRCC in 3 month intervals since December 2019, one in march 2020, june 2020, and finally September 2020. Their answer is always the same "Furthermore, we can confirm that the responsible office is currently processing applications received before October 28, 2019."

this is honestly unacceptable. If you look at countries such as the UK, and Australia, as soon as a refugee is granted his/her status after the hearing, the PR process is automatic and quick, my relatives in the UK after their hearing received their UK resident cards in 3 months in the mail. There is no approval or legibility BS, because that's what the hearing in front of the judge is for. According to the UN charter and geneva convention once granted protection by a country, the individual automatically has to receive a pathway to citizenship or in fact the status rendered by the respective nation is annulled. Which is why when you see previous refugees that have lived in countries like turkey, and jordan before settling in Canada as protected persons are still given status in canada because the canadian refugee law recognizes that countries that don't grant pathways to citizenship and attached legal rights after protection are not by definition 'safe zones' because the protected person will never enjoy the rights of citizens, and will be treated as a secondary class citizen. Yet Canada itself is partially making this mistake by making protected persons go through a second process after being granted status to qualify for PR.

I hope they follow suit with the UK, Australia, and the US and grant the PR status immediately after the hearing is approved. It makes no sense to go through the same process as skilled worker immigration, spousal etc


I wish everyone luck, we are all on limited timelines, and canada with such a low population, and poor economy could definitely use the extra workforce, tax, and diversity.
 
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9990

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Jan 10, 2017
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I'm afraid of the processing times. It goes up to 25 months for those who received their AOR in 3 to 4 months and it has been more than 7 months to my PR application and there's no AOR so far.

I sent web inquiry and I got reply this week saying that my PR application is in processing however applications will be processed by the time they received.
 

Ex ツ

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May 24, 2020
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I'm afraid of the processing times. It goes up to 25 months for those who received their AOR in 3 to 4 months and it has been more than 7 months to my PR application and there's no AOR so far.

I sent web inquiry and I got reply this week saying that my PR application is in processing however applications will be processed by the time they received.
Yes i absolutely agree that it processed by the time its received, not when they send AOR