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Old Jun 11th 2013, 3:09 am
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Hi everyone!!!

Just to let you know that....We FINALLY had our passport request last tuesday et our statut has changed to "decision" !!!!
Hoooooo we stille cant believe it, we arlready handled our passport and going to pick them upe next week The only - is that we have to be in canada the first week of august so you can imagine how crazy we are getting now we all the removal company, i have chosen anglo pacific Any suggestion on tha?? and yeahhh the prices for the flights are just craaazy but i guess we dont have any choice!
Will be back to keep you updated
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Originally Posted by mouradb
Hi everyone!!!

Just to let you know that....We FINALLY had our passport request last tuesday et our statut has changed to "decision" !!!!
Hoooooo we stille cant believe it, we arlready handled our passport and going to pick them upe next week The only - is that we have to be in canada the first week of august so you can imagine how crazy we are getting now we all the removal company, i have chosen anglo pacific Any suggestion on tha?? and yeahhh the prices for the flights are just craaazy but i guess we dont have any choice!
Will be back to keep you updated
Congratulations!

Are you positive the date to be in Canada by is the 1st week of August to 'land'? Normally it is the anniversary of the date of the medicals - in your case, that would be by the 23rd July (unless they have given you an extension). Please double check when you get your passports back with your COPRA's (and before you book flights)!



Edited to say, it is possible to request that your medical date be extended, allowing you to delay your 'landing' date, but I am not sure if this can be done once you have sent in your passports. You can read more here: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resourc...2012/ob423.asp

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Hi Andrew, How are things? Any sign of PPR?
I have managed to get our flights booked, a hire vehicle (4x4 Premium truck. We miss those gravel roads ), hotel in Winnipeg for a couple of nights and hotel for a few nights in Brandon. Just need to book 3 more nights for the remainder of our trip.

We plan on coming back to the UK for a couple of months, then head back to Canada
Hiya Vettemaster, thanks so much for your email and sorry to not have replied yet. Huge congratulations on your COPR and all of your arrangements for now. I really hope you enjoy your time there and that it all goes well. I have only read this page and the next so have a lot to catch up on and will over the next week or so.

Lots of little problems here at the moment but nothing that will stop the move, just holding it up a little My daughter has some more hospital appointments as things were not as straightforward as first suggested/thought so fingers crossed everything will be sorted out soon. Nothing major wrong at all but appointments take time and we want to make sure everything is sorted, so hopefully things will be done and dusted by the end of June or early July, then looking to pick dates again .

Im so happy things have finally worked out for your COPR Vettemaster, its been such a long time coming...or so it seems

Congratulations again and let us know what happens
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Hi Vettemaster

Yes, we're leaving our house next Thursday. Frantically taking apart furniture and still taking junk to the tip. House still not sold - we've now put it up for let.

Sadly, my father died last Saturday, so we're also having to deal with that as well.

Not been a great year so far for us - just hoping things improve.
Im so very sorry for your loss Kaye, its very sad news and Im sorry i didnt see this sooner.

I hope that the coming year is more positive and less stressful for you and your family.
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Originally Posted by Violets are blue
Hiya Vettemaster, thanks so much for your email and sorry to not have replied yet. Huge congratulations on your COPR and all of your arrangements for now. I really hope you enjoy your time there and that it all goes well. I have only read this page and the next so have a lot to catch up on and will over the next week or so.

Lots of little problems here at the moment but nothing that will stop the move, just holding it up a little My daughter has some more hospital appointments as things were not as straightforward as first suggested/thought so fingers crossed everything will be sorted out soon. Nothing major wrong at all but appointments take time and we want to make sure everything is sorted, so hopefully things will be done and dusted by the end of June or early July, then looking to pick dates again .

Im so happy things have finally worked out for your COPR Vettemaster, its been such a long time coming...or so it seems

Congratulations again and let us know what happens
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I was just thinking the other day that it has been a while and was thinking of posting to find out how you are doing!

Glad things are moving on nicely and no complications with your daughters health, wishing her speedy recovery!

Hope you get all things sorted out and make the move soonest!
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Hiya Vettemaster, thanks so much for your email and sorry to not have replied yet. Huge congratulations on your COPR and all of your arrangements for now. I really hope you enjoy your time there and that it all goes well. I have only read this page and the next so have a lot to catch up on and will over the next week or so.

Lots of little problems here at the moment but nothing that will stop the move, just holding it up a little My daughter has some more hospital appointments as things were not as straightforward as first suggested/thought so fingers crossed everything will be sorted out soon. Nothing major wrong at all but appointments take time and we want to make sure everything is sorted, so hopefully things will be done and dusted by the end of June or early July, then looking to pick dates again .

Im so happy things have finally worked out for your COPR Vettemaster, its been such a long time coming...or so it seems

Congratulations again and let us know what happens
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Thanks for the well wishes We are off to Canada next Tuesday, but we will be returning to the Uk after 2 weeks of Canadian pleasure

We still have so much to organize in the UK prior to our final departure in September (Hopefully).

I know we will be meeting with some new friends in Manitoba and enjoying a Brandon curry

I have been so busy booking flights,hotels and planning where we will be visiting! ( making a bit of a holiday out of it )

2 more nights at work, then we are on annual leave for 17 days

I hope all is well with you?
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Edited to say, it is possible to request that your medical date be extended, allowing you to delay your 'landing' date, but I am not sure if this can be done once you have sent in your passports. You can read more here: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resourc...2012/ob423.asp[/QUOTE]


The VO can request Medicals be extended if the only outstanding item before issuing the Passport Request is that the medical has expired within the past 3 months or will expire shortly.
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Hi vettemaster,

No news here, I suspect we have further meds request inbound, everyone else who had meds same time as us in the uk have had meds received update on Ecas! Also embassy staff are on strike so further delays possible. We might have to change our flights to later date, due to a tax issue, no answer to that yet, but we can change the flights...will cost us around £500 but that will be a small price to pay, if it solves my tax issue. Glad your plans are going well, you could drop in on my mum & dad when ur in Brandon, they are very social people and would be pleased to see you both?

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Hi mate,

No news here, I suspect we have further meds request inbound, everyone else who had meds same time as us in the uk have had meds received update on Ecas! Also embassy staff are on strike so further delays possible. We might have to change our flights to later date, due to a tax issue, no answer to that yet, but we can change the flights...will cost us around £500 but that will be a small price to pay, if it solves my tax issue. Glad your plans are going well, you could drop in on my mum & dad when ur in Brandon, they are very social people and would be pleased to see you both?

Regards

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I am sure you will hear something soon Andrew.
Hope you sort your tax issue out. As for visiting your parents, thanks for the suggestion. We will have a think and see how things plan out.
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Hi everyone,

Just wanted to find out how other people are doing timeline wise for the common law PR application?

My application was received on dec 12th 2012 and the status was updated on may 11th 2013 to "processing"

How is everyone else's application times going? The strike alert is getting me nervous! Any info would be great.thanks!
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You need to join the correct thread. This is not for spousal cases.
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You need to join the correct thread. This is not for spousal cases.
Oops! Sorry guys my mistake
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I am sure you will hear something soon Andrew.
Hope you sort your tax issue out. As for visiting your parents, thanks for the suggestion. We will have a think and see how things plan out.
Andrew, you were right, E-cas updated today "Medical Results have been received" just have to hope no additional meds are requested.

Have a good weekend all and a safe trip to Canada Vettemaster

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Andrew, you were right, E-cas updated today "Medical Results have been received" just have to hope no additional meds are requested.

Have a good weekend all and a safe trip to Canada Vettemaster

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That's good news Andrew. Another milestone reached. Not too long to go now. Best wishes to all. Jay.
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That's good news Andrew. Another milestone reached. Not too long to go now. Best wishes to all. Jay.
Thanks, are you in process yet?

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