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Self-Employed Application 2020

 
 

mamasvoice

Star Member
Sep 14, 2020
130
46
Category........
BUSINESS
Visa Office......
Sydney, NS
NOC Code......
5135
App. Filed.......
12-22-2020
Seeking help - I want to send a webform inquiry to IRCC, but on this page, I CANNOT find the Self-employed Application Type... (I remember I read the same question somewhere but I can't find it. T_T)

https://secure.cic.gc.ca/enquiries-renseignements/canada-case-cas-eng.aspx

I sent my application and want to make 100% sure they get it. Please help, thank you!!

@mamasvoice @Homay7 @Mayakassem
On the drop-down menu, select "Permanent Residence (applied by mail)." But really, all you can do is wait for an email confirmation that they received your application. When did you send it and where?
 
 

mamasvoice

Star Member
Sep 14, 2020
130
46
Category........
BUSINESS
Visa Office......
Sydney, NS
NOC Code......
5135
App. Filed.......
12-22-2020
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Homay7

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Nov 12, 2020
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Well, this is depressing. Hoping that the 5-year prediction doesn't come true. Saw a video on the changes about to take place in immigration in light of the recent election. Here, Mendicino says, "Ottawa's goal will be to reduce processing times that have been impacted by Covid-19 to less than 12 months."

Hope so.....
 

Ryan O Ryan

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Jun 25, 2021
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On the drop-down menu, select "Permanent Residence (applied by mail)." But really, all you can do is wait for an email confirmation that they received your application. When did you send it and where?
Thanks for replying. I mailed it to Sydney, NS in August. What will the email look like? Like what is its email address? Thanks!
 

mamasvoice

Star Member
Sep 14, 2020
130
46
Category........
BUSINESS
Visa Office......
Sydney, NS
NOC Code......
5135
App. Filed.......
12-22-2020
Thanks for replying. I mailed it to Sydney, NS in August. What will the email look like? Like what is its email address? Thanks!
The subject of the email is like this:

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada - Communication to client/Immigration, Réfugiés et Citoyenneté Canada - Communication auprès de la clientèle - FED SE AOR XExxxxxxxxx (the x's are your temporary application number).

The email address is quite long: CPCS Client Notification / Notification du client CTSD (IRCC) ▪︎ IRCC.CPCSClientNotification-NotificationduclientCTSD.IRCC@cic.gc.ca

The body of the email is as follows:

This message is sent via an inbox that does not receive messages, please do not reply to this email.
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Dear Client,

This email is regarding the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) Application that you submitted to CPC Sydney.

Attached please find a letter related to your application. Please fully read the attachment and save this message for your records.

The attachment is formatted as a PDF file. In order to open and read this file you will need a program capable of opening .PDFs. One such program is Adobe Reader, it is free to use and available at the following link: www.adobe.com/products/reader.html

And then, there is a PDF attachment with your application details. Here is the body of the letter contained in that attachment:

Good day (YOUR FULL NAME HERE),

Thank you for your interest in Canada. Due to inventory growth and the impacts of the
coronavirus disease (COVID-19), we are encountering delays in processing. We are sending you this letter to let you know that your application for permanent residence has been received by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) on 2020-12-31, on behalf of (YOUR FULL NAME HERE) and family (if applicable).

Application received
We confirm that your application is received and in queue for review. No information or action is required from you at this time. Please note that this letter does not confirm your application is in process.

Temporary application number
We provided you with a temporary application number if you need to contact us regarding your application. This application number is temporary and will no longer be valid once processing begins. You cannot link a paper application to your online account using a temporary number.

Next steps
We will assess your application to ensure it is complete, and provide you with a permanent application number.

Processing times
You may visit our processing times page to find out how long it may take to process your application. We are encountering delays as a result of COVID-19 and we can’t provide you with an exact timeframe as to when the processing of your application will begin. Visit Canada.ca/IRCC-COVID19 for information on how the coronavirus is affecting immigration services.

When should I contact IRCC?
You must let us know via the IRCC Webform if there are changes to your application:
 Changes in your personal circumstances, such as birth or adoption of a child, a marriage
or a divorce
 Change of contact information such as e-mail address, mailing address, or telephone
number
 You appoint or change an immigration representative or designated individual
 You decide to withdraw your application

Sincerely,
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
 
 

Ryan O Ryan

Full Member
Jun 25, 2021
46
6
Well, this is depressing. Hoping that the 5-year prediction doesn't come true. Saw a video on the changes about to take place in immigration in light of the recent election. Here, Mendicino says, "Ottawa's goal will be to reduce processing times that have been impacted by Covid-19 to less than 12 months."

Thank you so much for sending the email! It is very helpful info. I appreciate that:)
 
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