LSD Trips & Arrivals

Look, See & Decide trips and those needs for when you arrive.

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  1. Uber for cheap labour (TaskRabbit)

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  2. Activation Trip

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  3. Soft Landing

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  4. Looking for a "To do List" Spreadsheet

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  5. Planning LSD for mid 2019

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  6. 11 Dec 2018 Landing Story

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  7. Landing story - Toronto May 2018

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  8. LSD trip feedback Oct'18

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  9. Planning our landing trip

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  10. Landing January 2018

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  11. Landing questions

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  12. Travel around Canada before settling

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  13. The nitty gritty of flying with pets

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  14. Activation questions

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  15. LSD Trip in July

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  • 5 Most Recent Posts

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      Here’s my full timeline below guys:  AoR: Apr 9 MEP: May 17 BIL: May 17 Biometrics Complete: May 23 July 4th called CIC: VO CPC Ottawa Jul 30th Ordered GCMS Notes (Criminality passed, eligibility and security not started)  Last update on file June 19 16 Sept called CIC: No update  RPRF Request: Oct 18 RPRF Paid: Oct 18  Ghost Update: Oct 21  PPR: 22 Oct Passport Submitted: Oct 28 Application Approved: Nov 6 Visa Stamped: Nov 6 Return Tracker Activated:Nov 7 CoPR/Passport Received: Nov 8 Landed: Nov 11 I’m still at the airport waiting for my ride, just went out for a quick smoke in the snow (might be my motivation to quit haha)  Landing was a breeze, took less than 10 minutes, I have no goods to follow and nothing to declare so it was a smooth process through immigration and customs. It’s Remembrance Day here today so Service Canada and Banks etc are closed, I’ll apply for my SIN and all the other stuff tomorrow.    
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