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Old May 27th 2015, 10:12 pm
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Originally Posted by Eddmac View Post
So, on another forum (sorry) I have seen people mention "ecas being turned on" I still can't access anything on ecas, yet I have been requested and completed my medicals. Can anyone shed any light on this?

I have tried my file number, my wifes and my sons, I have tried my UCI, my file number and even my receipt number. I have tried both Northern Ireland and United Kingdom as my place of birth, but still can't get in.
We're the same. Have you tried Great Britain? (it doesn't work for us with that either but just in case)
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Old May 27th 2015, 10:18 pm
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There isn't an option for selecting "Great Britain"?
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Try England as it is a country although part of the UK.
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Old May 27th 2015, 11:15 pm
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Originally Posted by Former Lancastrian View Post
Try England as it is a country although part of the UK.
LOL - yes England worked, although I'm from Northern Ireland.

Thanks FL

Just says "Application received" - even though I have completed my medicals.
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Originally Posted by Eddmac View Post
LOL - yes England worked, although I'm from Northern Ireland.

Thanks FL

Just says "Application received" - even though I have completed my medicals.
If you use ECAS on a regular basis it will drive you insane or to drink. Its not always updated so most tend to ignore ECAS and use the various timelines quoted for whatever application they submitted.
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Originally Posted by Bella Cullen View Post
We can but dream! I really hope so! incidentally I was surprised at how cheap the medicals are. We're only paying $225 for each adult and $120 for the kids. I really hope they are having a push. I'd be delighted if we could get our PR sooner!
Wow just did my medicals in Edmonton, $400 per adult and $300 per child!!!

You got a great price.
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bc pnp app received feb 4th 2014

bc pnp approved may 13th 2014(they didn't send it until the 26th though)

PR app received in NS July 8th 2014

AOR Received.: 2-09-2014

Med's Request: 2-09-2014

Med's Done....: i forget sometime around the end of sept, iguess 23rd

RPRF request.... 9-04-15

IN PROCESS... 9-04-15

DECISION MADE.. 12-05-15 (doesnt have a date for when they made the decision, that's just the date i noticed it was changed)

PPR ... 16-05-15

COPR... 27-05-15

Recieved the copr today, ottawa recieved my passport copy and photos last thursday and posted it on monday , so I went down to the sumas border crossing a couple of hours ago and landed.. Can't complain about how long it took despite it feeling like a lot longer, seems like the ottawa office is on a charge right now though, it's gone pretty quick since april.
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Old May 28th 2015, 3:03 am
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Wow just did my medicals in Edmonton, $400 per adult and $300 per child!!!

You got a great price.
I think you might have been mugged there, I paid around 275 in surrey bc for all three things combined.
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Originally Posted by palmerq View Post
I think you might have been mugged there, I paid around 275 in surrey bc for all three things combined.
I phoned ALL the CIC listed Doctors doing immigration medicals in Edmonton , even down to Red Deer back in March. I was quoted right around that price that Ib77 stated ($400) . Some a little lower , some a little higher. ALL doctors were booked out at least 4 -6 weeks ahead at that time. I wound up getting all of mine done in Calgary ( a 3 hour drive ) on a Saturday for much less. My main motivation was the time frame I was facing in Edmonton.
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Originally Posted by Humgarden View Post
I phoned ALL the CIC listed Doctors doing immigration medicals in Edmonton , even down to Red Deer back in March. I was quoted right around that price that Ib77 stated ($400) . Some a little lower , some a little higher. ALL doctors were booked out at least 4 -6 weeks ahead at that time. I wound up getting all of mine done in Calgary ( a 3 hour drive ) on a Saturday for much less. My main motivation was the time frame I was facing in Edmonton.
Well it's not a huge amount more but it seems pretty high to me but the important thing is that you got them done !
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I guess its supply and demand, it was packed to the rafters the day we were there. No option for me not going to drive wife and 3 young kids for 3 hours to save a few hundred bucks, was bad enough an experience as it was.
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Just checked Ecas and finally have 'decision made'. I guess this is it, one way or the other? Any guidelines on how long from now I should be expecting to cross the border? I'm planning on making a trip of it and going on a mini holiday so would ideally need to give employer a bit of notice for when that might be...
My timeline looks like this:
pplied PNP - Feb 2013
Received nomination- August 2013
Federal application sent- December 2013
Medicals requested- February 2014
Medicals received- April 2014
Police certificates requested- May 2014
Police certificates received- July 2014
Permanent residents fee requested and paid- August 2014
'Application received'- end of March 2015
'Decision made'- noticed
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Just checked Ecas and finally have 'decision made'. I guess this is it, one way or the other? Any guidelines on how long from now I should be expecting to cross the border? I'm planning on making a trip of it and going on a mini holiday so would ideally need to give employer a bit of notice for when that might be...
My timeline looks like this:
pplied PNP - Feb 2013
Received nomination- August 2013
Federal application sent- December 2013
Medicals requested- February 2014
Medicals received- April 2014
Police certificates requested- May 2014
Police certificates received- July 2014
Permanent residents fee requested and paid- August 2014
'Application received'- end of March 2015
'Decision made'- noticed 28th May 2015
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Old May 29th 2015, 12:37 am
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Originally Posted by karli View Post
Just checked Ecas and finally have 'decision made'. I guess this is it, one way or the other? Any guidelines on how long from now I should be expecting to cross the border? I'm planning on making a trip of it and going on a mini holiday so would ideally need to give employer a bit of notice for when that might be...
It took about 4 days for me, it was pretty quick, I noticed the decision made and then 4 or so days later I had an email asking for passport photos and a copy of the passport
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Originally Posted by palmerq View Post
Recieved the copr today, ottawa recieved my passport copy and photos last thursday and posted it on monday , so I went down to the sumas border crossing a couple of hours ago and landed.. Can't complain about how long it took despite it feeling like a lot longer, seems like the ottawa office is on a charge right now though, it's gone pretty quick since april.
Congrats!
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