Letter to Submit Passport

Old Mar 31st 2003, 4:40 pm
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Hi everyone....

I want to know for those who recieved a letter from the visa office asking
to submit the passport for the visa, is this letter mailed by register mail
or by regular mail?

Bryan
 
Old Mar 31st 2003, 7:27 pm
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in a recent article, Bryan Lam ([email protected]) said:

    > Hi everyone....
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    > I want to know for those who recieved a letter from the visa office asking
    > to submit the passport for the visa, is this letter mailed by register mail
    > or by regular mail?

Best to send it either registered or Express Mail. Enclose a similar,
self-addressed envelope for the return. Gets back to you a lot faster.

Congrats.


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Old Apr 1st 2003, 8:10 pm
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Hi;

First I got the phone call from cic islamabad and next day I recieved
the letter by register mail.

Regards
Khan
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    > Hi everyone....
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    > I want to know for those who recieved a letter from the visa office asking
    > to submit the passport for the visa, is this letter mailed by register mail
    > or by regular mail?
    >
    > Bryan
 
Old Apr 2nd 2003, 2:13 am
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The letter CIC send you to request for Passport is sent by regular mail. Now it is up to you to send your passport through regular mail or Express Mail. I sent mine via Express Mail and enclosed self addressed stamped Express mail envelope for them to send back my passport in. It took 5 days in total to get my passport back with visa stamped.
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Hi AAABBB,

Could you provide the timeline of your application process?

Where did you send application materials?

Thanks!


Originally posted by AAABBB
The letter CIC send you to request for Passport is sent by regular mail. Now it is up to you to send your passport through regular mail or Express Mail. I sent mine via Express Mail and enclosed self addressed stamped Express mail envelope for them to send back my passport in. It took 5 days in total to get my passport back with visa stamped.

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Old Apr 10th 2003, 12:57 am
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My timeline:

Got Married: April, 2002
Application received in CIC: June 19, 2002
Wife approved for sponsorship: August 02, 2002
AOR: Sept 09, 2002
Medical forms received: Sept 16, 2002 (asked to complete medicals within 60 days)
Interview Waiver: Sept 16, 2002
Additional info requested (wife's proof of Canadian citizenship) : Sept 16, 2002
Did Medicals: Sept 20, 2002
DMP sent medicals: Oct 7, 2002
Medicals received by CIC: Oct 17, 2002
E-client always said: In Process
E-client changed to "Decision Made" : March 12, 2003
Passport request: March 13, 2003

Mailed passport via USPS Express Mail to Buffalo, NY: March 15, 2003 (I included self addressed stamped USPS Express Mail envelope with my passport for faster return)

Passport received by Buffalo, NY: March 17, 2003 (March 16 was Sunday)
Received passport with PR visa stamped: March 21, 2003

I sent my application materials to Buffalo.

Regards,
CK.
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