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Old Sep 4th 2008, 7:50 am
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I'm still sooo confused as to which forms I am supposed to be doing!

My Canadian partner and myself are both in Canada currently. We will be submitting an application back to London and remaining in Canada whilst it is being processed. (so we're in Canada but it will be processed out of Canada)

Are we: OP 24
Overseas Processing of Family Members
of In-Canada Applicants for
Permanent Residence?

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Old Sep 4th 2008, 12:39 pm
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All 3 parts from here:

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/informa...cations/fc.asp
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For Section C which region do i choose? Western Europe? Even though I'm inCanada and will be remaining here for the entire application process?

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/informa.../fc.asp#region

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hi anyone know what the difference between appendix D medical and appendix C medical? I completed appendix D when i had my medical but i ve just noticed on the western europe pack it is appendix C. I completed my medical in Canada
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Originally Posted by geo4
For Section C which region do i choose? Western Europe? Even though I'm inCanada and will be remaining here for the entire application process?

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/informa.../fc.asp#region

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It doesn't matter where you are. What matters is the visa post your PR application goes to and in some cases your nationality. For example if applicant lives in UK (student, worker, etc.) or is a naturalized UK citizen and his/her PR application will go to London but s/he is originally from Iran then guides and checklists for both countries should be used.
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Originally Posted by scottymallo
hi anyone know what the difference between appendix D medical and appendix C medical? I completed appendix D when i had my medical but i ve just noticed on the western europe pack it is appendix C. I completed my medical in Canada
If you completed medicals and included receipt from DMP (IMM 1017) with your application then you are fine.
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It doesn't matter where you are. What matters is the visa post your PR application goes to and in some cases your nationality. For example if applicant lives in UK (student, worker, etc.) or is a naturalized UK citizen and his/her PR application will go to London but s/he is originally from Iran then guides and checklists for both countries should be used.
So a UK citizen living in Canada (on TWP) and sending the pack to London would follow the Western Europe guide?
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Originally Posted by geo4
So a UK citizen living in Canada (on TWP) and sending the pack to London would follow the Western Europe guide?
yes that the way to go!
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