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Retiring in Canada.

Old Jul 31st 2021, 4:14 am
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Originally Posted by RobJen
We are still living the UK and our Two sons and families are living in Canada. We applied to move to Canada two years ago and they have confirmed our application and not heard anything since.
So one of your sons is sponsoring you and managed to apply before the quota was met? Something like 10 minutes that year if I recall correctly so well done to him for being so quick off the mark!

2 years is about the usual processing time, I’d add on a chunk for the Covid backlog, so as a guess maybe nearer 3 years rather than 2.

Good luck, hope you hear soon.

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Old Aug 2nd 2021, 2:10 pm
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Originally Posted by christmasoompa
So one of your sons is sponsoring you and managed to apply before the quota was met? Something like 10 minutes that year if I recall correctly so well done to him for being so quick off the mark!

2 years is about the usual processing time, I’d add on a chunk for the Covid backlog, so as a guess maybe nearer 3 years rather than 2.

Good luck, hope you hear soon.
Is the op allowed to live in Canada whist the application is being processed?
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Old Aug 2nd 2021, 11:25 pm
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Originally Posted by Revin Kevin
Is the op allowed to live in Canada whist the application is being processed?
Yes, there's no rules against it, although they'll need status or a visa allowing them to do so. A supervisa would be the way most people go whilst waiting for parent sponsorship PR.
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