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Boltj194

Star Member
May 24, 2022
88
1
If a UCI number has not been allocated then your application processing has not started.

For the completeness check, i.e. R10, this is the first step and is usually done within days of application submission. However, if you filed a family sponsorship application, that can take time.
I went to study in USA for my MBA on 2014and finished my course by October 2015 and I was working at rite aid. I met a girl and she used to visit everyday to me and she was coming everyday to see me. We fell in love. Her mom also came with her few times to see me. After a few months of relationship she mentioned we could marry. But I was little nervous and I was worried about different culture. But she said all good and I'm can adjust with your culture and we could even come and stay in india

One day she and her mom invited me to dinner. I was so happy and I went to dinner after dinner she proposed me for marriage and I was so excited.

Next days onwards she started caring me like husband like bring food to my work place

After few days she called me and said we can start living together but she said we need to marry first and that cost almost 1000 dollar and she don't have money for that. I told her we are in relationship and my

Money is your money too. I gave my debit card to her. She went to ATM and took money and gave card back to me. After one week we went to court house to marry and we had some reception for marriage. I told her we need to start living together but she said her mom is sick and she can't leave alone her mom and she started taking money from account for mom hospital expenses. I was working so many over time hours to save money but Same time she started taking money. I rented apartment to stay together but not even ready to move and kept saying excuses. One day I was at work and I swiped my card for lunch at a restaurant but my card declined and I was surprised why my debit card and I called my bank and they said your account dont have monry and you debit card used today morning. I told bank that I did not used it. I called my wife and she did not attend calls. I sent her text and no response. I talked this issue to my store manager and he said why she taking money and mostly us citizens we don't need to pay for health care. Even I don't know that because I was on work visa and I thought everyone has to pay it. I felt I got fooled. I was upset and I went to her home and I was shocked she was dancing and drinking with two other guys. I asked her who is this guys and she said it's none of your problem. Then I told her I'm ur husband and she started laughing and said you are indian dumb not husband stupid. Then I heard a girl calling her mom and I asked her who is this and she shouted at me and said it's my kids and she said you need to go now and two guys shouted at me and said leave now otherwisw you will be in trouble. I literally cried and ran away. I did not go to job for one week and the manager called me and told me to drivirce her she was chetaing you all this time . I sent her text saying you cheated me all this time and you ruined my life and you took my all hard work money. I asked her for divorce and she will sign it if I pay 1000 dollar lawyer fees and she also told me if I reported to anyone my friends will come to you and I know where you lives. I paid her and after few months 2017 she sent email saying divorce completed indian idiot. She also told me never email or text. It's over.



i never talked to her from 2017 and also i never seen her . i left usa permanently 2020



i came to canada . i sent email to usa in 2022 state for future immigration purposes i sent email to philadelphia city asking for my divorce copy and they replied saying nobody filed any divorce on your name or spouse name . i was so shocked and i talked to some family lawyers in toronto and they adviced me to call any lawyers in philadelphia . i sent emails to many lawyers replied saying they can file divorce and he filed divorce and finally judge signed divorce decree 2023 september and divirce finized



even my previous study , work , visitor visa applications they were asking previous spiuse details which mentioned start 2016 and end 2017 based informarion i received from ex wife . i have attacehd screenshot of that



even though she provided wrong info saying divirce is completed in 2017

our relationship already ended in 2017 and i never seen or talk to ex wife from 2017 . The last email was in 2017 saying divorce completed .

she mentioned in 2017 divorce completed





i went to my country and married in another woman in 2018 and we have 2 years old baby also . i came to study canada 2022 and my current wife and baby got work permit and visitor visa . i applied for pnp nomination together and there is no start date and end date on pnp application . so i simply upload divorce decree dated 2023 and current marriage certificate dated 2018



but on ircc application they asking start and date and end date of previous spouse



my question will be can i put same 2016 to 2017 previous marriage details on new PR application and attached divorce decree dated 2023 with cover letter saying this was happend.
 

ambitious1234

Full Member
Mar 15, 2019
44
1
Hi @legalfalcon , Would appreciate your help regarding matching NOC. I read that responsibilities should match the lead statement and at least 60-70% of other responsibilities. There are some NOC codes which cover a number of closely related roles like 11202.
How much percentage do you think below highlighted ones represent ? Is it safe to choose 11202 when highlighted ones are someone's duties.
Appreciate your help.


11202 – Professional occupations in advertising, marketing

Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations analyse, develop and implement communication and promotion strategies and information programs, analyse advertising needs and develop appropriate advertising and marketing plans, publicize activities and events, and maintain media relations on behalf of businesses, governments and other organizations, and for performers, athletes, writers and other talented individuals.

This group performs some or all of the following duties:

  1. Assess characteristics of products or services to be promoted to determine marketing and advertising needs of an establishment
  2. Advise clients on marketing, advertising or sales promotion opportunities and strategies
  3. Develop strategies and related content for direct and digital marketing and advertising campaigns and implement them
  4. Manage post campaign analysis to measure and report on marketing and advertising metrics
  5. Develop and maintain social media accounts, including managing customer reviews and testimonials
  6. Develop, implement and evaluate public relations strategies and programs designed to inform clients, employees and the general public of initiatives and policies of businesses, governments and other organizations
  7. Conduct public opinion and attitude surveys to identify the interests and concerns of key groups served by their organization
  8. Prepare or oversee preparation of reports, briefs, bibliographies, speeches, presentations, Web sites and press releases
  9. Develop and organize workshops, meetings, ceremonies and other events and programs for publicity, fundraising and information purposes
  10. Arrange interviews, news conferences and other media events
  11. Act as spokesperson for an organization and answer written and oral inquiries
  12. Coordinate special publicity events and promotions for internal and external audiences
  13. Assist in the preparation of brochures, reports, newsletters and other material
  14. Represent and act as an agent for talented individuals or individuals with specific occupational expertise
  15. Prepare or oversee preparation of sports, literary, performance or other contracts.
@legalfalcon can you please provide feedback. It would be a great help for me. Thanks
 

mvneema10

Hero Member
Oct 21, 2019
646
71
PR cards take anywhere from 60 to 120 days on average.

Did you provide your address at the post of entry or via webform.

You can call IRCC and ask about the status. In some cases, the PR card may have been shipped but not delivered, and in such cases, IRCC will ask you to reapply. However, before you do that, ask about the status by calling or sending a web form.
I gave the address at the port of entry.
 

slasim78

Member
Dec 27, 2023
15
1
Hello @legalfalcon,


Received my CBSA notes today, it has Security Screening sub activity with the status Received by CBSA, started 08/08/2023 with due date 07/09/2023.

Overall case due date is set to be 02/02/2024.

Is there anything I can gain from this info, or CSIS notes are required for clarification of the security screening situation?
 

mvneema10

Hero Member
Oct 21, 2019
646
71
PR cards take anywhere from 60 to 120 days on average.

Did you provide your address at the post of entry or via webform.

You can call IRCC and ask about the status. In some cases, the PR card may have been shipped but not delivered, and in such cases, IRCC will ask you to reapply. However, before you do that, ask about the status by calling or sending a web form.
Hi @legalfalcon I called IRCC and the agent said the card was shipped on Nov 14 but might have gotten stolen and asked me to submit solemn declaration for "never received" pr card. May I ask how long will this application take to process. I am worried why it's been taking so long for the card.
 

thirdfromright

Full Member
May 14, 2023
38
9
Category........
PNP
NOC Code......
21221
Nomination.....
10-01-2024
AOR Received.
18-01-2024
Hi @legalfalcon

Hope you are doing well. Requesting your opinion in this case. I received a SINP nomination and got an ITA on 10th Jan 2024. I have completed my application and received the AOR on 18th Jan, 2024. As I work for a Global IT Services firm, my employer is willing to send me to Canada by applying for an ICT Work Permit. My employer does not have an office in Saskatchewan and only has offices in Alberta, BC and Ontario, but allows remote work from anywhere in Canada.
In such a scenario, I have a few questions and would appreciate if you could answer them

1. I wanted to understand if having a PR application and a WP application at the same time could lead to any issues?
2. If my employer mentions the work location as Alberta, BC or Ontario, could IRCC that have an impact on my PR application?
3. If I convince my employer to mention the work location as SK, would that be fine?

I have all the intention to reside in Saskatchewan and am not looking at workarounds to just move to Canada through Work Permit. It's just that my employer wants me to move to Canada at the earliest and I want make sure I do everything by the book.

TIA,
TFR
 

umbro

Star Member
Oct 9, 2018
58
8
Hello @legalfalcon,


Received my CBSA notes today, it has Security Screening sub activity with the status Received by CBSA, started 08/08/2023 with due date 07/09/2023.

Overall case due date is set to be 02/02/2024.

Is there anything I can gain from this info, or CSIS notes are required for clarification of the security screening situation?
Is it really written in your notes that overall case due date is set to be 02/02/2024? Can you please elaborate on this, this is very interesting, I am also stuck in SS. BTW, what is your AOR?
 

aspirant256

Champion Member
Oct 29, 2020
1,537
240
I can understand that so here is my problem: I had some tourist visa and student visa applications in the past. There was one work experience that I mentioned in my first tourist visa application that fell between 2012 and 2013 (outside the last 10-year period) and I also had a work visa stamped on my passport for that job. I did not mention that experience in any subsequent applications, the last student visa application was in 2022. Now, I will be submitting my EE profile, I want to know if this will cause any problems or misrepresentation, will I need to mention this work experience in my work, personal or travel history? Secondly, I’m unsure if I mentioned this work experience in my previous EE profiles which have since expired. I never got an ITA and never got any visa approved for Canada. To make it clearer, I did not override that period with any other employment, that period was just left as a gap in the forms. I would appreciate your help in this matter, thank you!
@legalfalcon could you please reply?
 

sabensaid92

Hero Member
Nov 8, 2023
287
194
Hello @legalfalcon
I just got my GCMS notes,
I found out that my PVO is Sydney NS and SVO is Ottawa ON. I guess this will be subject to change.
Now the fun part.
Under Assessments I have
Eligibility : Passed - Candidate (directly translated from french)
Criminality : In Progress
Médical: Passed
The issue actually is, from what I understand, When you have Eligibility you either have one of these: "Not Started", "Calculate", "Calculation In Progress", "Review Required", "Met", or "Passed". But I have Passed - Candidate. Besides that there is no Eligibility section with all the details. And in the tracker it says Eligibility not started yet.
Another discovery is that Under Criminality, Police certificate : 0
Does that mean that they did not get my PCC? should I resend by via webform?
Thanks
 

LeilaOzawz

Star Member
Dec 18, 2023
94
81
Algeria
Category........
FSW
AOR Received.
November 19th
Med's Done....
October 2023
Passport Req..
February 14
Subject: ADR about military service
Hi @legalfalcon
I want to explain my situation about our PR application (EE-FSW) as i'm expecting an ADR soon, i'm the principal applicant, my husband is dependent. We are from Algeria and the military service is mandatory here.
My huband graduated last year (he is now 23yo), every year he went to the military offices to get the paper for the yearly exemption from military service as he was a student. After graduating he can't get yearly exmption anymore.
Now, he still has not been invited to do the military service, it's probably gonna be in one or two years.
We don't have a way to prove that he has not been invited and he does not have 'exeption card (carte jaune)' as he is not exempted.
Should we expect an ADR about that? what documents should we prepare? Is a LOE gonna be enough as I don't see any possible paper that we can get from military services.
Should we expect a refusal if all what we have to answer this ADR is a LOE?
Thank you!
 

marniehaz

Newbie
Feb 13, 2024
4
0
Good day'
I just want to ask if I'm considered inadmissible after receiving my COPR with a single character missing in the passport number?
The passport number in my application is correct.

It looks like this:
Correct number: ABC123
What was in the COPR: ABC23
 

DKalkhand

Hero Member
May 9, 2022
224
10
Hello Legalfalcon please guide….
AOR Nov 2021.Mine is an old case almost 2.5 years now.
All my parameters on the tracker are complete since June 2023.But my dependent’s security is in progress since March 2023.My spouse is a Retd.Military officer .Could this be a reason of delay in my case????
I received CBSA notes on 25 JAN 2024 in which no relevant reason of delay is mentioned.
Is my case suitable for a WRIT OF MANDAMUS process or there is any other solution to it.

Request a prompt reply.
Thanks in advance
 

Raptor33

Hero Member
May 10, 2020
380
139
Hello Legalfalcon please guide….
AOR Nov 2021.Mine is an old case almost 2.5 years now.
All my parameters on the tracker are complete since June 2023.But my dependent’s security is in progress since March 2023.My spouse is a Retd.Military officer .Could this be a reason of delay in my case????
I received CBSA notes on 25 JAN 2024 in which no relevant reason of delay is mentioned.
Is my case suitable for a WRIT OF MANDAMUS process or there is any other solution to it.

Request a prompt reply.
Thanks in advance


It's understandable that you're feeling anxious about the lengthy processing time for your permanent residency application. While a 2.5-year wait is indeed significant, it's crucial to understand the complexities involved before considering drastic measures like a Writ of Mandamus.

Here's a breakdown of your situation and potential options:

Factors Contributing to the Delay:

  • Overall processing times: Unfortunately, immigration processing times for permanent residency applications have been significantly impacted due to various factors like pandemic backlogs, increased application volume, and resource constraints.
  • Dependent's security check: As your spouse is a retired military officer, their security check might require additional scrutiny and could contribute to the delay. However, it's impossible to confirm this definitively without official communication from IRCC.
  • Case-specific complexities: While your application tracker shows complete parameters, there might be unforeseen complexities specific to your case that IRCC is addressing internally, causing the delay.

Alternatives to a Writ of Mandamus:

Before considering a Writ of Mandamus, which is a legal recourse against unreasonable delays, explore these options:

  • Contact IRCC: You can submit a web form inquiry through IRCC's website seeking an update on your application's status. While generic responses are common, persistent inquiries might encourage them to prioritize your case.
  • Engage your Member of Parliament (MP): Your MP can intervene on your behalf and inquire about your application's status with IRCC. This can sometimes put pressure on the department to expedite the process.
  • Seek professional guidance: An immigration lawyer can analyze your situation, assess the potential reasons for the delay, and advise on suitable options, including exploring alternative immigration pathways if applicable.

Writ of Mandamus:

A Writ of Mandamus is a serious legal step and should only be considered as a last resort. It involves filing a lawsuit in federal court compelling IRCC to make a decision on your application. However, several factors make it less suitable for your situation:

  • High success rate for unreasonable delays: Courts typically only grant Writs of Mandamus when delays are deemed unreasonable and exceed established processing times by a significant margin. While your wait time is lengthy, it might not yet reach the threshold for judicial intervention.
  • Costly and time-consuming: Legal proceedings are expensive and can take additional time, further prolonging the overall process.
  • No guarantee of approval: Even if a court compels IRCC to make a decision, it doesn't guarantee a positive outcome for your application.

Recommendation:

Given the current circumstances, pursuing alternative options like contacting IRCC, engaging your MP, or seeking professional guidance might be more productive than immediately resorting to a Writ of Mandamus. These approaches can help you gain a clearer understanding of the delay's reasons and explore potential solutions without incurring significant costs or jeopardizing your application.

Remember, patience and persistence are key during this waiting period. While the delay is undoubtedly frustrating, consider the alternative options before initiating legal action.