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Old Aug 30th 2012, 7:10 am
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Well I hope we do not get the dreaded white envelope as I am off work this week with a lower respiratory tract infection Which makes it worse as I am physically watching the mail every day

I wish you good luck anyway. I bet you still get PR before us
X-ray done (again) . The x-ray guy said, welcome to the random selection of Canadian immigration - have another x-ray!! I have to say it made me laugh . He said that he has seen quite a few people come back even when they have doctors stating they really dont need it and that Canadian immigration will never say why its required. It was a bit of a relief to hear in a weird way. All went well thanks guys.

Sorry to hear you are ill Vettemaster, dont exercise!!!!! I did when I thought a similar infection was going and caused myself soo many problems, so sit in a quiet corner and recover . Hope you get well soon. By the way that terrible white envelope comes inside a brown one , sorry, so dont get excited until you open it, I was a little excited until the white one fell out . I am pretty sure in my head you will have yours before us, I know one thing by the time they both come there will be fireworks seen in the skies everywhere.

Thanks for the good wishes Kaye5.

DandNHill, hope you receive your COPR soon. I also read your Canniversary, bit of a journey for sure.

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Violets - glad that's another stage over for you.

6 weeks until my OH's x-ray then another week until the sputum has brewed. (Counting the days...)

Here's hoping some of you have moved on another notch by then...

Shall we all go back to sleep for a bit?
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X-ray done (again) . The x-ray guy said, welcome to the random selection of Canadian immigration - have another x-ray!! I have to say it made me laugh . He said that he has seen quite a few people come back even when they have doctors stating they really dont need it and that Canadian immigration will never say why its required. It was a bit of a relief to hear in a weird way. All went well thanks guys.

Sorry to hear you are ill Vettemaster, dont exercise!!!!! I did when I thought a similar infection was going and caused myself soo many problems, so sit in a quiet corner and recover . Hope you get well soon. By the way that terrible white envelope comes inside a brown one , sorry, so dont get excited until you open it, I was a little excited until the white one fell out . I am pretty sure in my head you will have yours before us, I know one thing by the time they both come there will be fireworks seen in the skies everywhere.

Thanks for the good wishes Kaye5.

DandNHill, hope you receive your COPR soon. I also read your Canniversary, bit of a journey for sure.

Back to waiting
Our bank draft was cashed on the 30th August yipee!
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Hi to everyone, I am a newby, but would love to make friends before I will see you all in Canada Well to see all would be an exaggeration, at list the ones who are heading to Manitoba

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Our bank draft was cashed on the 30th August yipee!


I would check ours, but seems a bit pointless at the moment!

- some news won't be far behind for you.
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Our bank draft was cashed on the 30th August yipee!
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Hi to everyone, I am a newby, but would love to make friends before I will see you all in Canada Well to see all would be an exaggeration, at list the ones who are heading to Manitoba
Hey winner, welcome! I am in MB .. For already a while

How far are you in the process? Where in MB are you plan on going and what kinda job are you looking at?

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Our bank draft was cashed on the 30th August yipee!
Yeahhhhhh, thats brilliant news, small steps but steps all the same . Great news
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Hey winner, welcome! I am in MB .. For already a while

How far are you in the process? Where in MB are you plan on going and what kinda job are you looking at?

Cheers Ilse
I am just in the beginning of my immigration jorney Heading to Pembina Valley for some welding job... What about you?
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Hi everyone, any news after your medical?
congrats vettmaster shouldnt take long now!!
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Hi everyone, any news after your medical?
congrats vettmaster shouldnt take long now!!
Thanks, we hope some thing will happen soon
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Good luck vettmaster, wishing you a speedy PR
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Good luck vettmaster, wishing you a speedy PR
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Hi All, think everyone is getting so close now , Congratulations to those of you that have your passport request or corp. And good luck to those still waiting on x-rays. Our final pack was sent on
31st Aug, they request further police checks, which took longer than expected, also left it later than we should have to order our bank draft for PR. Anyway all done, now the waiting starts again, hope to hear and have CORP by xmas... hoping this isnt unrealitic? to sell up and move to Calgary in June. timing is down to the children and wanting them to start school afresh in the Sept, without having to start a new school half way through the year, were they stand out like a sore thump, of course this is just a personal preferance (and again all down to timing) This application process has been long and frustrating at times, but now as we start to see light at the end of the tunnel, diffrent nerves start to arise. Good luck again to everyone.
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Hi All, think everyone is getting so close now , Congratulations to those of you that have your passport request or corp. And good luck to those still waiting on x-rays. Our final pack was sent on
31st Aug, they request further police checks, which took longer than expected, also left it later than we should have to order our bank draft for PR. Anyway all done, now the waiting starts again, hope to hear and have CORP by xmas... hoping this isnt unrealitic? to sell up and move to Calgary in June. timing is down to the children and wanting them to start school afresh in the Sept, without having to start a new school half way through the year, were they stand out like a sore thump, of course this is just a personal preferance (and again all down to timing) This application process has been long and frustrating at times, but now as we start to see light at the end of the tunnel, diffrent nerves start to arise. Good luck again to everyone.

Well done hope all goes well, we are still waiting on MPNP (Family Stream) LOA, our online application was submitted on 1st June. Sorry to hear about your police checks taking so long, are you able to share the reason why? We have an issue that we are not sure how is going to pan out, we lived in Oman for 3 years with the British Forces, in the CIC application it states that police check certificates must be no more than 1 year old, ours will be 1 year old this Dec, but if we have not been back to Oman since then and we have the one given to us before departure i fail to see the relevance of having to have one that is no more than a year? Trying to get a new one from there is almost impossible. If we had been back since then, i could see the point but we have not. Despite emailing the Canadian embassy in London and having had a reply we are still non the wiser, the email they sent was kind of generic and did not relate specifically to my question, don't want this issue to hold up our application.

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