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Old Aug 1st 2014, 3:52 am
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Ok Thanks. I will await their response.

On another note, My wife and I now have a 10 month old daughter who is Canadian and was born after our application was submitted. Is there anything I should do?

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Old Aug 19th 2014, 2:35 am
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Quick update. Over 3 weeks ago I had my my status change to 'decision made" but since then there has been nothing. Is this a bad sign?

I know they are short staffed over summer but I would have expected to have my copr or a passport request by now.

I am really starting to get concerned that we have been rejected.
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Old Aug 19th 2014, 10:51 am
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Quick update. Over 3 weeks ago I had my my status change to 'decision made" but since then there has been nothing. Is this a bad sign?

I know they are short staffed over summer but I would have expected to have my copr or a passport request by now.

I am really starting to get concerned that we have been rejected.
Decision made is usually a GOOD sign not negative.
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Old Oct 7th 2014, 6:10 pm
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PNP application. June 2013
PNP certificate (delay as had to wait for new year , and got details wrong)[b] March 6th 2014
PR application sent [b]March 7th 2014
PR application received: Nova Scotia March 18th
Money taken from Credit card 11 April 2014
Medicals requested end of April, medicals done May 1st !!
request fro Police checks and RPRF payment 30 May..

Everything sent and paid for . All received in Sidney, 25th June 2014
Documents sent from Sidney to Ottawa...

Waiting... Waiting ... website still says..application received...
Still waiting............... no change.
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Old Oct 7th 2014, 8:38 pm
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Originally Posted by Former Lancastrian View Post
Those who hold a passport that are visa exempt from entering Canada usually get a request for copies of all passport pages and not the actual passport itself.
Interestingly, mine requested just the 'personal information pages' (or words to that effect, can't remember it exactly), so all I sent was a photocopy of the photo/ID page of my passport - and they sent my COPR within weeks.

People should still do exactly what the letter says, just pointing out my experience
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Old Oct 8th 2014, 5:11 am
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I finally had my passport request on the 27 September, after 2 months of waiting since "Decision made". I was also told to only send the picture page of my passport. Hopefully I will have my COPR within the next week or two.
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PNP application sent: July 2013
PNP certificate received: December 2013
PR application received: April 29th 2014
Medicals requested 11 June, medicals done 18 June.

Online status... application received
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Old Oct 20th 2014, 11:49 pm
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my on line status says application received,(which by the way was March 2014) and was last updated in May !!!

everything has been paid, documentation is complete., everything done..just waiting...

and waiting.....

and waiting......
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Originally Posted by snowhugs View Post
my on line status says application received,(which by the way was March 2014) and was last updated in May !!!

everything has been paid, documentation is complete., everything done..just waiting...

and waiting.....

and waiting......
It's so tedious!! It'd be a little more helpful if the website provided more information but then I guess I'd rather they got on with processing applications rather than updating a website... I'd love to know why it takes as long as it does.
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me too...lets not think about how much this has all cost!! for that amount i would expect, at the very least, an updated website!
If i think about it too long I get so angry...trying to get into positive mindset!
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Things start moving when they update it to "We started processing your application on...". FWIW, mine took nearly a year (July 29, 2013 to July 8, 2014) but once it got to that, it all went (relatively) quickly and I got my COPR at the end of August this year.

Edit: I got my med request a month earlier.

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Old Oct 21st 2014, 1:00 am
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Originally Posted by roflwell View Post
Things start moving when they update it to "We started processing your application on...".
My application changed to "We started processing your application on..." and "In Process" status two and a half months ago and I've heard nothing else so not necessarily.
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It's dependent on your application, obviously, but the status update means that it has been picked up off the huge pile and is being worked on. That will include background checks, etc., which will vary from application to application.
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Old Oct 22nd 2014, 11:47 am
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Hey I'm new to these forums. Looking to share my very long frustrating experience trying to get PR and hoping to find out there is an end to all this.
Here's a brief timeline for me.

Applied and received PNP in Alberta end of 2012.
Applied to nova Scotia Sydney for PR.
Application received Feb 2013
Medicals done April 2013
police certificates requested and Sent in Dec 2013
RPRF requested and paid feb 2014
Ecas changed to 'in process' March 2014
Medicals expired and done again April 2014 ......

Nothing since. .....processing times says 33 months! ! Is it really gonna take another 2 yrs for this to be done.

Anyone been through this process recently?
How long did it take?
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Old Oct 22nd 2014, 9:10 pm
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Landed Saskatoon June 2012 with IEC Permit
Began Work with PNP Employer Sponsor July 2012
Applied SINP Jan 2013 (with 6 Months work exp for more points on application)
Approved SINP December 2013 (With Wrong Nationality on Approval Letter)
January 2014 SINP Corrected their Approval Letter to state British Nationality
February 2014 CIC received PR Application
March 2014 CIC Medical Request
April 2014 CIC Medical Done
September 2014 CIC In Process
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