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Old Aug 21st 2012, 11:42 pm
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Originally Posted by DandNHill
Yes that's right. But the very good news is that we have received our passport request this morning! So we're nearly at the finish line.
that is a wicked news to start the day, might I ask you if you have done your Medicals here in UK or in Canada as your location is set to Yarmouth NS.
have a lovely day and Smile till you get them back,
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Old Aug 21st 2012, 11:45 pm
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Yes that's right. But the very good news is that we have received our passport request this morning! So we're nearly at the finish line.
Hey, hate to say it but "told ya so"!

Mega-congratulations! Hope you can sort it with the university to get the September start.
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Originally Posted by Kaye5
Hey, hate to say it but "told ya so"!

Mega-congratulations! Hope you can sort it with the university to get the September start.
Yes you did. It is such a wonderful feeling to know that we would now only need to leave Canada if we want to rather than at the end of our work permit.
I'm thinking of going to the Uni tomorrow to talk to them and make sure they are happy with him starting without physically having PR as I understand it takes about 3 weeks to get the COPR sent through and then we have to flagpole!

Thanks so much for your good wishes, I'm still routing for all of you too
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Old Aug 22nd 2012, 12:26 am
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Congratulations Dandnhill, brilliant news , bet you are over the moon
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Old Aug 22nd 2012, 3:22 am
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Violets - 3 day sputum testing finished today. Thanks for all your tips and support! X-ray booked for 11 Oct. One more step completed.

When's your x-ray?
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Originally Posted by DandNHill
Yes that's right. But the very good news is that we have received our passport request this morning! So we're nearly at the finish line.
Congratulations. I bet you feel good right now
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Originally Posted by Kaye5
I think she just means it's a standard reply. We had one too, to an enquiry - exactly the same. The wording appears to be just copied and pasted into replies.

They have a series of "stock" responses, depending on the query.
Strange, as we got another email today (2 emails in 48 hours ), which made us excited as first as we thought it was our passport requests and it was not I have only copied and pasted some of the email

This is to confirm that we have received your documents.

Your medical results are currently being reviewed by our doctor.

We will contact you once we are in a position to proceed with your
application.

Sincerely,

EFL
Immigration Section/Service d'immigration
High Commission of Canada/Haut-commissariat du Canada
1 Grosvenor Square




Hopefully we should have passport request very soon

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Strange, as we got another email today (2 emails in 48 hours ), which made us excited as first as we thought it was our passport requests and it was not I have only copied and pasted some of the email

This is to confirm that we have received your documents.

Your medical results are currently being reviewed by our doctor.

We will contact you once we are in a position to proceed with your
application.

Sincerely,

EFL
Immigration Section/Service d'immigration
High Commission of Canada/Haut-commissariat du Canada
1 Grosvenor Square




Hopefully we should have passport request very soon
They're just teasing you now....

EFL? Is that a real human or an acronym for...???

Don't worry, the summer slow down is nearly over and hopefully those PPR will be coming in real soon.
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They're just teasing you now....

EFL? Is that a real human or an acronym for...???

Don't worry, the summer slow down is nearly over and hopefully those PPR will be coming in real soon.


Thanks for the support Thats is weird as one was from CSU (client service) (yesterday) and one was from EFL (immigration) (today). I can only think that they are different departments of Immigration.

I think at least we know they are dealing with it?

P.S. we have a Jeroboam of Champagne at home dying to be opened, but it will only be opened once the Copr has come. That is the only reason we have not opened it yet
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Thanks for the support Thats is weird as one was from CSU (client service) (yesterday) and one was from EFL (immigration) (today). I can only think that they are different departments of Immigration.

I think at least we know they are dealing with it?

P.S. we have a Jeroboam of Champagne at home dying to be opened, but it will only be opened once the Copr has come. That is the only reason we have not opened it yet
Good news, I hope, it must be a record - two e mails in so many days . It might be that they looked to see if all was there and it was and then forwarded the information to medical services and they replied also. Perhaps you were just very polite in your e mail request that they felt compelled to answer . Hopefully its good news .

As for the champagne....hold on to it because it will be well and truly deserved when the copr arrives
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Thanks for the support Thats is weird as one was from CSU (client service) (yesterday) and one was from EFL (immigration) (today). I can only think that they are different departments of Immigration.

I think at least we know they are dealing with it?

P.S. we have a Jeroboam of Champagne at home dying to be opened, but it will only be opened once the Copr has come. That is the only reason we have not opened it yet
I think CSU might be the robots and EFL the real humans.

I had to look up what Jeroboam meant. Can we have a Nebuchadnezzar if/when we finally get ours?
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I think CSU might be the robots and EFL the real humans.

I had to look up what Jeroboam meant. Can we have a Nebuchadnezzar if/when we finally get ours?
You googled it? I'l think about it
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You googled it? I'l think about it




Ah, what did we do before Google!!
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Ah, what did we do before Google!!
Not sure if I want to know that?
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