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Discussion in 'Canadian Experience Class' started by amansanghera83, Apr 9, 2014.
Hi. MR date changing to AOR is what almost all of us has gone through.
Hi Whats ur current status?U got ppr?
Hi. Did you get your passport back ? How long the immigrant visa is valid for ?
I've just passed the medical (re)exam on Jun 22, 2019, should I expect PPR in the coming days/weeks with the current status as below?
AOR: April 10, 2018 (Outland FSW, applied from Vietnam, file transferred to Singapore Visa Office)
ADR: May 23, 2019 - provided, reviewed and changed to N/A within May 2019
Re-medical request: Jun 7, 2019, changed to passed Jun 22, 2019
Ordered 2 GCMS Notes with same updates. As per the notes, I passed criminality and R10 OK. Eligibility and BG being checked.
Very much appreciate your advice!
After receiving pre arrival services letter, is PPR near?
My timeline is almost similar to yours and visa office is new Delhi
Have you received ppr mail
Just to share my status: got PPR today and submitted the passport within the day. My timeline:
ITA: 4 Feb 2018
AOR: 10 Apr 2018
ADR: 23 May 2019 - changed to N/A within the month
MR: 7 Jun 2019 - changed to passed on 22 Jun 2019
PPR: 3 Jul 2019
Though not all done yet till after the landing, i'm so much released after months of waiting in uncertainty. Hope things go well for you all!
Hi. Glad to hear that, and thank you for sharing it. Cheers!!!
Congrats.Such a long wait.
what is your VO? were you in review required?
You mean the visa office processing my file? Via a CSE I made in Mar19, I was informed that my file had been transferred to Singapore. I was in review required because I did not provide enough proof that I have a sister living in Canada as a citizen, making my CRS drop under the min score of the draw. The wait was so painful but worth a lesson learnt to be more careful in the future
yes I meant VO sorry we use so many short forms .. well mistakes happen but at the end of the day your wait for worth it
I encounter some strange scenarios every time..
Now it is a doubt if i passed Medical or not.
AOR - 25 May 2019
BIL- 5 July
No update on my Medical Exam!!! What I believed is only after MEP, we will be requested for Biometric.
Could someone kindly clarify if reception of BIL implies I have passed Medical?
Thanks in advance..
Category : CEC Inland
AOR : 1st Feb, 2019 (Single applicant)
Got Married : 9th March, 2019
My Medical Passed : 17th March, 2019
IP2 : 18th March, 2019
Notified CIC about Marital Status : 25th March, 2019
ADR from CIC : 28th March, 2019
Submitted Additional Documents : 24th May, 2019
Wife's Medical Passed : 4th June, 2019
Days remaining : 24
Criminality : In progress
Eligibility : Not started
Security : Not started
I called CIC on Friday for an update and they told me my file has now moved from Calgary office to Montreal office this week.
Can anyone from the senior members or experts help me understand why the file is moved to a different office but no update or progress.
I would appreciate your reply on this!
Also is RCMP needed as I havent been asked from CIC yet and when I call to get the RCMP certificate upfront they tell me that its not needed until I have been asked to do so.
Please put some light on that too.
Hope everyone gets PPR soon!
But they don't take bio without letter from cic.How did u give?
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