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  1. louisrdev

    Question about passport requests

    So a funny thing happened today. I applied for a work permit for myself, and visitors visas for the family on the 29th of October. Today I got a bunch of messages on my CIC account. The first set was medical requests for all of us. The second set was PCC requests for me and my wife, and the last set a couple of minutes later was passport requests for all of us, stating the following: This is in reference to your application for temporary residence. A decision has been made on your application. We require your passport to finalize processing your application. So now I am a bit confused, and I am sure something went wrong here. How can they finalise the decision a couple of minutes after asking for medical examinations and PCC. Just to complicate matters a bit more, I received a passport request for a visitors visa for only myself to visit Canada and my future employers about an hour before all these others came through. Do you think it is possible that they somehow got all the applications mixed up and sent passport requests for all of them. I am thinking of submitting all passports with request letters tomorrow and to see what happens. On the other hand, I don't feel like paying the VFS Global fees, only to get all passports sent back to me when they realise they made a mistake. Any help or advice would be appreciated.
  2. Hello there I am lost in what to do. Perhaps someone can help me on this? I submitted an application for express entry to Canada and received a passport request (PPR) yesterday evening. I am the sole applicant. However, I am getting married in 2 weeks - we have known each other for 2.5 years. My fiancé is not a member on the original express entry application. How should I go about satisfying the landing requirements - and get my PR card? Can I gain port of entry to Canada after our wedding day? Michael
  3. Hey all, I think I'm in the final stages of this long process, but something has happened and I don't know whether I should be nervous or not. I got my ITA on 13 Jan and sent my paperwork through 11 March (Police clearance FTL >.>). I got asked to pay my RPRF 27 April (most expensive birthday present of my life) and then, checking every so often as you do, I logged on on 4 June to see this: Application/profile status Closed Review of eligibility Passed Review of medical results Passed Review of submitted documents Provided Scheduling an interview A background check is needed Complete Final decision This application has been approved So that was all the yay! Best news ever! But, it's been about a week now and I haven't got my PPR Letter. In fact, I haven't gotten any messages of any kind. It didn't even flag me that they had updated my profile, I found it because I check obsessively. I have some big questions to answer at work so I know I have to have patience but my work life is bottle-necking. The supervisor at my job is leaving at the end of the month and I don't want to be there without her because I will be the last sucker left holding the bag. I want to leave about the same time as her, but I can't justify resigning if I don't have concrete proof that I'm into the last stages of emigrating. To explain why I would need to justify resigning and to whom: I live with my parents at the moment. They pay 95% of my bills so I can save all the money I'm earning to take with me, on condition I am actually earning money. I can't become the unemployed layabout if I can't prove there is an end in sight. IE. I have resigned to sell up stuff, find work that side and book a ticket. So back to the main question: how long should it take for the PPR letter to come through? Anyone have any insights? Am I worrying for nothing or is this out of the ordinary? I worry because most people seem to have gotten the letter before their status changed. On a different note because I'm going to will it to come through soon, my Police Clearance is going to run out in about two months, possibly before I leave. Is it worth getting another one? Do I need a valid one when I land?
  4. Can anyone tell me how long after medicals are completed ie. Submitted online (eMedicals) on 23 July 2014 before recieving PPR? It is agonizing to say the least. When should we begin to worry that something is wrong?