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Old Apr 25th 2015, 4:57 pm
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Originally Posted by scotdownunder View Post
we got our med requests only 3 days (one working day) after our AOR.
That's so odd, and tbh completely daft - they must know that most people will end up having their medicals expire or having to be extended as PR is unlikely to be processed in time! The mind boggles sometimes, it really does.........
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Old Apr 26th 2015, 2:54 am
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Originally Posted by christmasoompa View Post
That's so odd, and tbh completely daft - they must know that most people will end up having their medicals expire or having to be extended as PR is unlikely to be processed in time! The mind boggles sometimes, it really does.........
Hopefully they have managed to speed up the process someone, maybe making a big push to clear the decks for express entry, I got my AOR/medical request at the start of september and at the start of april got the RPRF request and put to in process, maybe I still have a huge wait ahead of me but I'm hoping they have speeded the process up somehow.
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Old Apr 26th 2015, 3:27 am
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Originally Posted by palmerq View Post
Hopefully they have managed to speed up the process someone, maybe making a big push to clear the decks for express entry, I got my AOR/medical request at the start of september and at the start of april got the RPRF request and put to in process, maybe I still have a huge wait ahead of me but I'm hoping they have speeded the process up somehow.
Seems completely random though. I still havent got medical request. I would love it if youre right though lol
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Originally Posted by Eddmac View Post
Seems completely random though. I still havent got medical request. I would love it if youre right though lol

Had my medical request friday it seems we applied around the same time i am sure yours will not be long
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I got my medical request through on Friday past. When I phoned to book, seems all the panel doctors on the lower mainland are booked out for a couple of weeks. The nice lady I spoke to told me there was a big push by CIC to get these all put through and cleared, it does sound like Palmerq might be on to something. Here's hoping anyway.
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Has anyone applied under the Manitoba PNP Skilled worker program? If so, how long does it take to get the PNP application approved?

I was thinking of applying to MPNP as a skilled worker (domestic, not foreign) after having worked there for 6 months (that's the minimum), but would really love to know the processing times.
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Old May 4th 2015, 7:08 am
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Originally Posted by Eddmac View Post
I got my medical request through on Friday past. When I phoned to book, seems all the panel doctors on the lower mainland are booked out for a couple of weeks. The nice lady I spoke to told me there was a big push by CIC to get these all put through and cleared, it does sound like Palmerq might be on to something. Here's hoping anyway.
I manged to get in for the friday coming

fingers crossed they are speeding things up
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Originally Posted by dechamp View Post
I manged to get in for the friday coming

fingers crossed they are speeding things up
Yeah, I'm in for the Wednesday after that. One can only hope!
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Originally Posted by christmasoompa View Post
That's so odd, and tbh completely daft - they must know that most people will end up having their medicals expire or having to be extended as PR is unlikely to be processed in time! The mind boggles sometimes, it really does.........
I'm hoping they are going to process it soon enough that they can extend it, but yes to me it does seem very odd why they wouldn't wait til closer to the other end- like they are giving you false hope.
ECAS is not helping my sanity with status not even showing them having been received yet
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Originally Posted by palmerq View Post
Hopefully they have managed to speed up the process someone, maybe making a big push to clear the decks for express entry, I got my AOR/medical request at the start of september and at the start of april got the RPRF request and put to in process, maybe I still have a huge wait ahead of me but I'm hoping they have speeded the process up somehow.
We can only hope. Hopefully you have not got too much longer to wait.
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Application sent to BC PNP 12th March 2014
Application received by BC PNP 17th March 2014
Nominated by BC PNP 11th July 2014
Application for PR sent to CIC 15th July 2014
Application received by CIC 11th August 2014
Application for PR into processing 9th October 2014
Request for Medical 22nd October 2014
Medical done 1st November 2014
Medical received by CIC 15th November 2014
Right to permanent residency fee requested 8th May 2015

How long do you think I have left?!
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Old May 13th 2015, 12:29 am
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Originally Posted by scotdownunder View Post
We can only hope. Hopefully you have not got too much longer to wait.
Today the online status updated to Decision made for me

"We received your application for permanent residence on July 8, 2014.

We started processing your application on April 9, 2015.

Medical results have been received.

A decision has been made on your application. The office will contact you concerning this decision." (12th may 2015)

who knows how long it will take them to notify me of what their decision is.


What usually happens after this stage, do I have to send them my passport or something ?

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Old May 13th 2015, 3:47 am
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Congratulations, palmerq
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Congratulations, palmerq
Thanks, hopefully it is a good decision and there is not a long wait to find out what it is.
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If the medical went ok, so congratulations Palmerg, usually with in a month you will get passport request, usually faster.

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Originally Posted by palmerq View Post
Today the online status updated to Decision made for me

"We received your application for permanent residence on July 8, 2014.

We started processing your application on April 9, 2015.

Medical results have been received.

A decision has been made on your application. The office will contact you concerning this decision." (12th may 2015)

who knows how long it will take them to notify me of what their decision is.


What usually happens after this stage, do I have to send them my passport or something ?
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