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Buik84

Star Member
Nov 1, 2020
82
41
BC
Category........
PNP
Visa Office......
Etobicoke
NOC Code......
0601
Job Offer........
Yes
Nomination.....
13-05-2020
AOR Received.
23-08-2020
Med's Done....
01-10-2020
PPR! good luck all of you!
my wife’s SOWP timeline:

- AOR September 8;
- eligibility review started November 24;
- medical passed December 17;
- biometric correspondence letter December 22;
- PPR December 23.
 

popoybasha

Full Member
Nov 9, 2019
26
4
PPR! good luck all of you!
my wife’s SOWP timeline:

- AOR September 8;
- eligibility review started November 24;
- medical passed December 17;
- biometric correspondence letter December 22;
- PPR December 23.
hello.. did u apply inside the Canada? for your wife SOWP? thanks
 

Buik84

Star Member
Nov 1, 2020
82
41
BC
Category........
PNP
Visa Office......
Etobicoke
NOC Code......
0601
Job Offer........
Yes
Nomination.....
13-05-2020
AOR Received.
23-08-2020
Med's Done....
01-10-2020
hello.. did u apply inside the Canada? for your wife SOWP? thanks
I applied online with my profile, I am inside Canada. Her Primary processing VO Ankara, secondary VO Beirut.
 

Lkr92

Star Member
Aug 11, 2018
50
1
Hi could you please tell what are the documents that you submitted? Thanks...and Congratulations
 

amr1tv1rd1

Newbie
Oct 12, 2020
9
2
My husband has closed work permit letter with job offer and I have open work permit letter without job offer. We would be traveling together from India for the first time, am I eligible for entry into Canada amid coronavirus restrictions?
 

Rick2212

Hero Member
May 4, 2020
238
112
Canada
Category........
CEC
My husband has closed work permit letter with job offer and I have open work permit letter without job offer. We would be traveling together from India for the first time, am I eligible for entry into Canada amid coronavirus restrictions?
Your Husband is fine but you need authorization letter to enter canada.
 

Rick2212

Hero Member
May 4, 2020
238
112
Canada
Category........
CEC
Thanks for your reply @Rick2212. I was referring to this link and got confused, as I met one condition already having open work permit introduction letter (under how to bring your family members with you)
https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/coronavirus-covid19/foreign-workers.html
Please read below
How to unite with an immediate family member who is in Canada temporarily
Who is an immediate family member

An immediate family member is defined as a


If you’re travelling to Canada from the US

If you’re travelling from the US to reunite with an immediate family member who is in Canada temporarily, you must provide evidence that your travel is non-discretionary, such as to live with your spouse, common-law partner or family member.


You do not need written authorization from IRCC if travelling to Canada from the US.

If you’re travelling to Canada from a country other than the US

If you’re travelling from a country other than the US, you must have written authorization from IRCC to fly to Canada.


The written authorization is a one-time use authorization confirming that you’re exempt from the travel restrictions. It’s valid only for the period needed to travel.


You should not book a flight to Canada until you get your written authorization.


Find out how to request a written authorization.

To board your flight to Canada

You need


  • a valid visitor visa or eTA
  • a valid passport
  • to tell the airline that you’re exempt from the travel restrictions
  • to show an immigration officer that you’re coming for a non-discretionary purpose, such as to live with your spouse, common-law partner or family member
    • You’ll be refused an authorization if an officer finds that you’re travelling for an optional or discretionary purpose, such as for tourism, entertainment or recreation.
  • to have your health checked by airline officials to confirm that you don’t have symptoms of COVID-19, including a fever, a cough and difficulty breathing
    • Anyone showing symptoms will not be allowed to board a flight to Canada.
How to request a written authorization from IRCC
If you have a valid visitor visa or an application in progress

Follow the instructions for What to do if you’ve already applied for a visitor visa. We’ll assess your reasons for travel and make a decision on your written authorization.


Remember to submit evidence to show you’re eligible to travel at this time.
 

amr1tv1rd1

Newbie
Oct 12, 2020
9
2
Please read below
How to unite with an immediate family member who is in Canada temporarily
Who is an immediate family member

An immediate family member is defined as a


If you’re travelling to Canada from the US

If you’re travelling from the US to reunite with an immediate family member who is in Canada temporarily, you must provide evidence that your travel is non-discretionary, such as to live with your spouse, common-law partner or family member.


You do not need written authorization from IRCC if travelling to Canada from the US.

If you’re travelling to Canada from a country other than the US

If you’re travelling from a country other than the US, you must have written authorization from IRCC to fly to Canada.


The written authorization is a one-time use authorization confirming that you’re exempt from the travel restrictions. It’s valid only for the period needed to travel.


You should not book a flight to Canada until you get your written authorization.


Find out how to request a written authorization.

To board your flight to Canada

You need


  • a valid visitor visa or eTA
  • a valid passport
  • to tell the airline that you’re exempt from the travel restrictions
  • to show an immigration officer that you’re coming for a non-discretionary purpose, such as to live with your spouse, common-law partner or family member
    • You’ll be refused an authorization if an officer finds that you’re travelling for an optional or discretionary purpose, such as for tourism, entertainment or recreation.
  • to have your health checked by airline officials to confirm that you don’t have symptoms of COVID-19, including a fever, a cough and difficulty breathing
    • Anyone showing symptoms will not be allowed to board a flight to Canada.
How to request a written authorization from IRCC
If you have a valid visitor visa or an application in progress

Follow the instructions for What to do if you’ve already applied for a visitor visa. We’ll assess your reasons for travel and make a decision on your written authorization.


Remember to submit evidence to show you’re eligible to travel at this time.
- Thanks, I am checking this @Rick2212