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Applying for OHIP with undecided in-Canada PR application

Applying for OHIP with undecided in-Canada PR application

Old Oct 14th 2009, 1:48 am
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This question is for people who live in Ontario and have applied for (sponsored family) PR but it has not yet been decided.

Have you applied for OHIP (provincial health insurance) and if so what was the response?

For reference the requirements for OHIP as outlined in Regulation 552, Section 1.4 of the Health Insurance Act are:
5. Being a person who has submitted an application for permanent residence in Canada to the proper federal government authority, even if the application has not yet been approved, as long as Citizenship and Immigration Canada has confirmed that the person meets the eligibility requirements to apply for permanent residency in Canada, and the application has not yet been denied.

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Old Oct 14th 2009, 2:25 am
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Default Re: Applying for OHIP with undecided in-Canada PR application

Originally Posted by bewillow
This question is for people who live in Ontario and have applied for (sponsored family) PR but it has not yet been decided.

Have you applied for OHIP (provincial health insurance) and if so what was the response?

For reference the requirements for OHIP as outlined in Regulation 552, Section 1.4 of the Health Insurance Act are:
I live in Ontario on a Temporary Work Permit and I'm entitled to, and have, OHIP.

My application is still being processed.
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Old Oct 14th 2009, 5:45 am
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Originally Posted by humanist
I live in Ontario on a Temporary Work Permit and I'm entitled to, and have, OHIP.
I assume your application for OHIP was based on you having applied for PR?

Can I ask what sort of evidence you showed them about the PR application?
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Originally Posted by bewillow
I assume your application for OHIP was based on you having applied for PR?

Can I ask what sort of evidence you showed them about the PR application?

Nope, I applied for and got OHIP before I even thought about applying for PR. If you have a work permit valid for 6 months or more, you are eligible.

Check out this link - http://www.health.gov.on.ca/english/...igibility.html
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