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Approval In Principle Letter for Inland Spouse

Approval In Principle Letter for Inland Spouse

Old May 8th 2003, 7:47 am
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nobody
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I am sponsoring my wife inland. In December 2002, she received a letter from
CIC saying that she meets the requirements to apply for permanent residence
under the spouse class.

When I check her status on the CIC web site, it says her application is in
process and "We sent you a letter about approval in principle for you to
become a Permanent Resident of Canada."

Am I correct to assume that she now has approval in principle? If so, I am
wondering if she should be getting a letter specifically saying "Approval
In Principle", which she does not have so far.

The reason I ask is because she tried to apply for an Ontario health card and
the person told us she needs an Approval In Principle letter and a Medical
Pass. I would greatly appreciate any info regarding how my wife can this
letter and the pass. Thanks for all replies!
 
Old May 8th 2003, 1:22 pm
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Gary Ken
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HI
can u tell me, ow much time it tiook to recieve approval in principle
for your wife after u applied for permanent residence.?

Ken
 
Old May 8th 2003, 1:59 pm
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Jim Humphries
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The letter you already received should satisfy the medical insurance office.
I would expect that she will be invitied in for a landing interview shortly
in any case.
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    > I am sponsoring my wife inland. In December 2002, she received a letter
from
    > CIC saying that she meets the requirements to apply for permanent
residence
    > under the spouse class.
    > When I check her status on the CIC web site, it says her application is in
    > process and "We sent you a letter about approval in principle for you to
    > become a Permanent Resident of Canada."
    > Am I correct to assume that she now has approval in principle? If so, I
am
    > wondering if she should be getting a letter specifically saying "Approval
    > In Principle", which she does not have so far.
    > The reason I ask is because she tried to apply for an Ontario health card
and
    > the person told us she needs an Approval In Principle letter and a Medical
    > Pass. I would greatly appreciate any info regarding how my wife can this
    > letter and the pass. Thanks for all replies!
 
Old May 9th 2003, 2:14 am
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nobody
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Default Re: Approval In Principle Letter for Inland Spouse

Jim Humphries wrote:
    > The letter you already received should satisfy the medical insurance office.
    > I would expect that she will be invitied in for a landing interview shortly
    > in any case.

Thanks for replying, Jim. Unfortunately, the letter I received did NOT
satisfy the medical insurance office. The person said that my wife must have
a letter that specifically says "Approval in Principle" as well as a medical
pass. Any idea how to proceed?
 
Old May 9th 2003, 2:15 am
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nobody
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Gary Ken wrote:
    >can u tell me, ow much time it tiook to recieve approval in principle
    >for your wife after u applied for permanent residence.?

Yes, it took about half a year, I think.
 

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