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andienzen

Full Member
Jan 15, 2019
24
18
A question to inland applications who recently landed:

According to this http://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/en/immigrate-settle/students/stay-quebec/permanent-residence/changes-status.html, we will have to apply for a new health insurance card (RAMQ) after becoming a permanent resident even if we still have a valid card from our temporary status (work permit).

However, the website does not specify if we'll be subject to another 3 months waiting period as was the case for our first health insurance card or for outland applicants. Did anyone go through this recently and can tell me if they had to wait 3 months before getting a their new card (gap in coverage)?
 

EVA RAO

Hero Member
Nov 25, 2015
227
38
Category........
Visa Office......
Australia
NOC Code......
1111 Accountant
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
06/11/2015
Doc's Request.
None
Nomination.....
None
AOR Received.
02/12/2015
IELTS Request
With Application
File Transfer...
None
Med's Request
Waiting
Med's Done....
Waiting
Interview........
None
Passport Req..
Waiting
VISA ISSUED...
Waiting
LANDED..........
Hope Soon

megoman

Star Member
Sep 20, 2013
75
4
Category........
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
I applied PR through QSW program on March 2014,
1) CSQ approved on Sept-2018
2) File received at Federal on Feb 2019
4) AOR on April 2019
5) Bio-metrics done on may 2019
6) Waiting for medicals...
Lets all hope for the best..:)
So medical is the next step after BIOMETRICS ?
 

carlotanching

Hero Member
Jun 27, 2017
469
117
I will also complete 24 months in october. I had medicals in may 2018 and did not get a request for re medicals. They asked for the cv and updated schedule A form on August 8th 2019 which is an indication that security might be started. I have requested gcms notes and hopefully they will make the picture clear.
That’s so unfortunate that the processing time is just 22 months and here you are on your 24tg month, just starting with the the security check. From what country are you from? Are you from flagged nations? Thanks
 

NAZ1978

Star Member
Sep 25, 2019
73
19
Hi there,
CSQ May 2018
Sent to Federal June 2018
AOR August 2018
Added Dependent in October 2018 and my account was updated in February 2019 as IRCC added my non-accompanying dependent and since then no news.
This is really fustrating.
A simple question.....ok?
What is the chance that our file got rejected after the Federal election in October 2019?
Thanks
 

ghapama

Star Member
Jan 15, 2018
92
32
No it's not but you may have to tell at the immigration if you're carrying more than CAD 10k otherwise you'll be taxed if I'm not wrong. Inevitably declared amount to be shown at the immigration.
Yes, I remember that during my landing the agent asked me how much I had to support myself, I told her I had $10,000 but that it was not in cash, it was in my bank account since I was an inland applicant. She had me write it down on the landing paper.
 

Maxsharma12

Hero Member
Jun 26, 2014
409
70
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
Hi there,
CSQ May 2018
Sent to Federal June 2018
AOR August 2018
Added Dependent in October 2018 and my account was updated in February 2019 as IRCC added my non-accompanying dependent and since then no news.
This is really fustrating.
A simple question.....ok?
What is the chance that our file got rejected after the Federal election in October 2019?
Thanks
Hi there,
CSQ May 2018
Sent to Federal June 2018
AOR August 2018
Added Dependent in October 2018 and my account was updated in February 2019 as IRCC added my non-accompanying dependent and since then no news.
This is really fustrating.
A simple question.....ok?
What is the chance that our file got rejected after the Federal election in October 2019?
Thanks

NIL.

There is no such thing related to FEDERAL ELECTIONS which will be the reason for rejection of an application.
 

almost_pr

Star Member
Nov 9, 2018
86
42
A question to inland applications who recently landed:

According to this http://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/en/immigrate-settle/students/stay-quebec/permanent-residence/changes-status.html, we will have to apply for a new health insurance card (RAMQ) after becoming a permanent resident even if we still have a valid card from our temporary status (work permit).

However, the website does not specify if we'll be subject to another 3 months waiting period as was the case for our first health insurance card or for outland applicants. Did anyone go through this recently and can tell me if they had to wait 3 months before getting a their new card (gap in coverage)?
I don't think so. If you have status with them when you receive PR, it should be seamless. But you should inform them ASAP after you landed. They were somewhat strict about that.