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Discussion in 'Family Class Sponsorship' started by lchaleleng, Sep 6, 2018.
Congrats and timeline please
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Still seeing this message I believe if it was the background check it will indicate that?
Time line shows 10 weeks left till the actual date of application received. Hoping to hear back some good news soon!!
Application Received September 7th 2018
AOR1 December 17th 2018
Biometrics Request: January 3rd 2019
Medical Request: January 3rd 2019
Sponsor Approval: January 4th 2019
Medical Request Done: January 7th 2019
Biometrics Done: January 8th 2019
Pre arrival letter: April 22nd 2019
PPR: May 22nd 2019
Passport sent: May 22nd 2019 ( Ottawa Office )
Passport received with CoPR visa: June 24th 2019
Landed at the Ottawa IRCC office: June 25th 2019 ( They do Walk in every 2nd and 4th Tuesday
PR card received by Mail: July 4th 2019 took 8 days from my landing interview even tho they said it will take 6 to 8 weeks.
Best of luck for those who are still waiting
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Visa Office: Paris
When you say landing interview, does that mean you had to go to Embassy or visa office for face to face interview?
It’s the IRCC office in the city where you are currently in Canada, when you get your CoPR then you have two options if you’re currently in Canada on a visitor or student visa, you either go to the IRCC office in nearest to your city or leave Canada and come back so they can do your landing at the airport or land border
Ohh I see, so does this apply for my wife too when she arrives to airport?
If she has the CoPR and the visa then she’ll do her landing interview once she gets to Canada
It’s very easy and the questions are mentioned on the CoPR just routine check
Oh Kay. I guess nothing to worry about for that. I thought that interview was the face to face one before receiving PRCard
So I emailed my MP, made an appointment for next Monday at 1PM. Telling me to bring proof of my full name, and file number and my information as well. So I guess bring the AOR2 letter. Will see what happens.
on cic website says 14days for first PR card...
I know that, it was confusing when IRCC officer said 6 to 8 weeks too, in my case it was only 8 days
Was this in the airport itself after landing or we need to go to the office for it the next day.
So I spoke with my local MP today. please refer to my previous posting. I don't want to get flagged for posting multiple post about the same topic lol
I have the same time and the same message
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