A PPR mail, just like any other correspondence is sent to the PA and in the PA's name. If you receive a PPR, it is for all accompanying dependents in the application.Hi @legalfalcon today so many people got ppr under their names and uci code. Nothing for the dependents is mentioned. Looklike so many people are confused thats its legit or not and most of the people doesn't know the process of submitting documents. Can you please help !!! Your efforts are much appreciated sir!!
The name will be of the person in whose name the PPR was recieved.Hi Legalfalcon, my spouse got PPR request today, i have a quick question if you can help. First, while raising a web form with VFS in the applicant details section, is it going to be the primary applicant details or the dependent who needs passport to be stamp?
Second, how did i have to provide Eye colour and height. And also i have already received eCOPR , so my spouse has to submit my details and address also with his documents
It is a PPR. All correspondence is sent in the name of the PA. Unless your dependents are outside Canada and the PA in Canada, all dependents in the application and PR can submit the passports using the letter.Hi Guys ,
I received a email from CPCO-FinalRequest with subject Ready for Visa .
It contains my UCI number and it does say anything about Outland Dependent UCI .
Is it the PPR guys ? I have received my eCoPR on September 28 .
The email is very confusing , should we take it as PPR or what is the email all about?
@Maninder9944 how was your PPR email looked like ? did you receive to your email address and had your UCI ?
@legalfalcon Please clarify , looks like a bunch of people received today similar email
Thanks, for eye color and Height for each dependent we should attach a separate sheet or we can mention all dependents details in one plain sheet?The name will be of the person in whose name the PPR was recieved.
As regards the eye colour and height etc. you can submit it on a plain sheet of paper.
Keep in touch if there anything like class action, I'm interestedSame here man. I tried everything. Submitted webforms, called numerous times, submitted feedback form, emailed portal email address, ordered GCMS notes from all three different agencies and also emailed MP. I don't know what else to do but this is extremely frustrating. The only thing I haven't tried is the Judicial Review by federal court. I am considering this option now as IRCC has kept us in dark for a very, very long time.
See an example of judicial review here https://www.cicnews.com/2021/08/canadian-court-rules-ircc-took-too-long-to-process-immigration-application-0818963.html#gs.ccl4fg
Don't lose hope man, we're both in the same boat I believe. My remeds are also passed for more than a month now and since then nada. I think they are processing in batches/groups. Soon enough your application will be transferred from processing inventory to landing inventory, or maybe it already is in the transition phase. Initiate a MP inquiry in the meantime, if possible. Hang tight and don't let all your hardwork go in vain.Congratulations everyone for receiving their eCopr and PPR
I have come to realize that it might not be in my fate to live in Canada
I withdrew express entry Profile and will be going back to my home country
Same here bro,even my dependents remedical passed 30 aug then 16th sep adr,that too received nothing yet.Don't lose hope man, we're both in the same boat I believe. My remeds are also passed for more than a month now and since then nada. I think they are processing in batches/groups. Soon enough your application will be transferred from processing inventory to landing inventory, or maybe it already is in the transition phase. Initiate a MP inquiry in the meantime, if possible. Hang tight and don't let all your hardwork go in vain.