Congrats for such a speedy processPakistani_Funter said:Alhamdulillah (By the Grace of Almighty ALLAH). Today I received passport from Aramex courier with visa stamped along with the COPR letter .
My PR journey is as follows:
Country of residence: Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Visa Office: London, Abu Dhabi
Category : FSW Outland
Medicals passed: 10-Mar-2016
Additional Documents request, Schedule A and Travel History: 7-April-2016
BG check In Progress: 18-May-2016
Interview Invitation: 23-Jun-2016
Interview conducted in Abu Dhabi VO: 24-Jul-2016
Passport submitted to Aramex: 3-Aug-2016
Passport delivered to Canadian Embassy: 4-Aug-2016
Passport received with Visa issued and COPR: 8-Aug-2016
Final Decision: Approved and case closed on 8-Aug-2016
Thanks to all members of this forum and wish you all get PPRs very soon
Take along ALL the originals of the documents that you submitted when you applied. For some countries, police clearance certificate expires after a while. If yours are about to expire or have expired, then you need a fresh one. All the best.Teebanks said:Hi all. I got the email below to attend an interview:
Pursuant to your application for permanent residence in Canada, it has been determined by a visa officer that a personal interview is required. The purpose of this interview is to determine whether you meet the criteria for admission to Canada in the category in which you have applied.
Your interview has been scheduled for: Interview London 2016/11/18
You must arrive 15 minutes early.
You must confirm your attendance to the scheduled interview date. Please confirm your attendance by sending a confirmation email in response to this email.
Documents required for interview:
• 2 forms of photo ID
You must bring with you all ORIGINAL documents, translated into English or French, which apply to your file. Translations must be certified. Original documents will be returned to you when your case is concluded.
If you are unable to speak English or French well enough to complete the interview unassisted, you must bring an interpreter, at your own expense. The interpreter will be required to provide evidence of appropriate certification or accreditation. The interpreter cannot be a relative of the applicant, or an employee of the applicant or of their immigration representative.
When reporting for your interview, please show your letter to the guard at the entrance who will then direct you to undergo security procedures.
I haven't been given a list of documents to bring along, my question is if I would need updated Police Clearance Certificates.
Also make sure you go with a copy of your work ID. They might ask you. Who is your VO? If it is BWJ you will be very fine as she is very nice. She interviewed me and someone I know and she passed our eligibility on the same day.Pipis Husband said:Take along ALL the originals of the documents that you submitted when you applied. For some countries, police clearance certificate expires after a while. If yours are about to expire or have expired, then you need a fresh one. All the best.
The validity date for the certificate should be on it. Check it and get a new one if necessary as this is 5 months later. Most countries PCC are valid for only 3 months or so.Teebanks said:Hi all
My interview with the London Visa Office is scheduled for November this year but I have a Police Certificate dated 16th June 2016. I need advise if the Police Certificate will be valid for me to take along to the interview.
Yeah and Nigeria''s police report is only valid for 3 months. You can get one ready within a week so no problems with that.Pipis Husband said:The validity date for the certificate should be on it. Check it and get a new one if necessary as this is 5 months later. Most countries PCC are valid for only 3 months or so.
Not everyone is invited for interview or receive interview schedule, infact very few people get interview requests. But I beleive everyone is otherwise okayshahr Yaar said:Complete silence hope everything is ok and everyone has received interview schedule?