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Old Jun 12th 2007, 7:32 pm
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1) Provincial office where applied: Alberta (the job is in Edmonton)
2) Date when application was POSTED: I don't have the exact date but it was the week of the 10th of April.
3) Date when they recieved the application: Week of 10th of April.
4) Any correspondence or calls received by your employer in between, if yes then the nature of the enquiry and after how many days/weeks did you get an enquiry from them? Not as far as I know.
5) Date when decision made or recieved? 29th of May. (so it took around 7 weeks)
6) Employee is inside or outside Canada when the Application was submitted? Employee is outside Canada.
Thanks very much snorkmaiden, you are/were around 3 weeks in front of us- this has given me optomism!!!!

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Old Jun 12th 2007, 8:53 pm
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DON'T PANIC
You'll be fine!

I'm the opposite though - completely prepared, temporarily living at my mother-in-law's, and my only tie is my current employers notice to work before I can be on a plane! Trust me though, this has only made the wait seem longer
Oh my God, I would be in the straight jacket if I had to stay at my mother in laws. We've not even told her we are moving from Texas to Canada yet, and we don't plan to until after we have moved, makes life much simpler!!

Good luck!

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Thanks very much snorkmaiden, you are/were around 3 weeks in front of us- this has given me optomism!!!!
Great, I hope it is as speedy for you!
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Old Jun 13th 2007, 9:12 am
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Oh my God, I would be in the straight jacket if I had to stay at my mother in laws. We've not even told her we are moving from Texas to Canada yet, and we don't plan to until after we have moved, makes life much simpler!!

Good luck!



Great, I hope it is as speedy for you!
Thanks - I thought I would be in a straight jacket too, but it's not that bad. Luckily, I get to escape to work each day....it's my wife & kids who are stuck there! Anyway, on the plus side, with no bills to pay it's given us a chance to do some stealth saving!
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Just to let you guys know, I have just had an email from my employer - he has been in touch with service Canada - they said about 3-4 weeks. It looks like yours could be soon, gryphea
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Originally Posted by scottandsara View Post
Just to let you guys know, I have just had an email from my employer - he has been in touch with service Canada - they said about 3-4 weeks. It looks like yours could be soon, gryphea

Brill news!!!

Thanks for that. WE are off on holiday next week- so it would be fab to come back to LMO!

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Didn't see any timeline for Ontario applicants.

Anyone?
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Didn't see any timeline for Ontario applicants.

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Hi,

My friend got his LMO in ON in less than 4weeks....

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1) Provincial office where appliedon't know - Company HQ in Alberta. My job is in Ontario
2) Date when application was POSTED:11/04/07
3) Date when they recieved the application:?
4) Any correspondence or calls received by your employer in between, if yes then the nature of the enquiry and after how many days/weeks did you get an enquiry from them? 14/05/07 They wanted to know if I was qualified to do the job (registered with the licensing body) - Why are they asking that question? It's a LMO application not a WP application!
5) Date when decision made or recieved? ? 14/6/07
6) Employee is inside or outside Canada when the Application was submitted? Outside


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They refused my LMO application becuase they needed an additional letter from my professional body. My employer must now post a new application when i get this letter sorted out :curse::curse:
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Hi everyone,
WE are in week 9 yesterday waiting for an LMO to come back. We are hoping to get to Saskatoon -

Has anyone else had an LMO for Saskatchewan, I am finding it hard to see how long they are taking, we thought being a not so popular state it may have been a little quicker.

It woud be great if anyone has any idea and let me know before we drive ourselves mad.



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Originally Posted by MiddleOfNowhere View Post
They refused my LMO application becuase they needed an additional letter from my professional body. My employer must now post a new application when i get this letter sorted out :curse::curse:

What is it you do ?
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They refused my LMO application becuase they needed an additional letter from my professional body. My employer must now post a new application when i get this letter sorted out :curse::curse:
Sorry for that, what occupation/position you are applying for?

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Pharmacist

I have passed five exams totalling 18 hours!!


I cannot register with the professional body until i am in canada

Service Canada will not give me LMO until i am registered - Catch 22 !!!

It will take another month and probably one more exam before they will grant me the LMO.

Help?!?!
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Originally Posted by schumachergal View Post
Hi everyone,
WE are in week 9 yesterday waiting for an LMO to come back. We are hoping to get to Saskatoon -

Has anyone else had an LMO for Saskatchewan, I am finding it hard to see how long they are taking, we thought being a not so popular state it may have been a little quicker.

It woud be great if anyone has any idea and let me know before we drive ourselves mad.



Julie
My OH and I are going to Regina on Thursday next week and he has a job interview LMO/WP next. Cant help you on the timeline but we had also been wondering how long his would take. You have given us a bit of insight. We are afraid we are going to end up moving in JAN/FEB in the middle of winter. What position have you applied for?
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My OH and I are going to Regina on Thursday next week and he has a job interview LMO/WP next. Cant help you on the timeline but we had also been wondering how long his would take. You have given us a bit of insight. We are afraid we are going to end up moving in JAN/FEB in the middle of winter. What position have you applied for?
It is hubby who is a diesel fleet mechanic. The good thing is his job description falls in the list of where I can apply for a spousal work permit, so will be doing that if we ever get the LMO back.
WE emigrated to the states in 2003 and came back..........don't ask but biggest mistake made.
I am going to try and ring the office in Regina to see if they will give me a general timeline, I will let you know. We had a job and immigration offer to Regina back in 1997 but for personal reasons we had to turn it down. Have you been there before, It was a nice place when we went. We stayed in the Best Western it had a brill fun slide in the pool and we had it all to ourselves. We too like you were hoping to get there for the summer, didn't really want the shock of the winter straight away. Let me know how you get on,we could become neighors.
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It is hubby who is a diesel fleet mechanic. The good thing is his job description falls in the list of where I can apply for a spousal work permit, so will be doing that if we ever get the LMO back.
WE emigrated to the states in 2003 and came back..........don't ask but biggest mistake made.
I am going to try and ring the office in Regina to see if they will give me a general timeline, I will let you know. We had a job and immigration offer to Regina back in 1997 but for personal reasons we had to turn it down. Have you been there before, It was a nice place when we went. We stayed in the Best Western it had a brill fun slide in the pool and we had it all to ourselves. We too like you were hoping to get there for the summer, didn't really want the shock of the winter straight away. Let me know how you get on,we could become neighors.
No we have never been further West than Ontario so it will all be a great adventure for us. My Mum has just told me that there is more crime in Regina than anywhere else in the whole of Canada - so that takes some beating dont it!!! Will keep you posted on how the reccie went.
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