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Old Nov 27th 2012, 6:42 am
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Originally Posted by PMM
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The posted times for the 12 months period to June/12 for London on Open Data shows the following processing times for PNP.

20% 30% 50% 70% 80%
Provincial Nominees 9 10 13 17 21 958
So why is Londom telling me in an email couple of weeks back, that its 6 months for PNP? Something dose not add up.......unless i am missing something else?
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i understand your concern too. That data does not show the ones that were dealt with in 5 months or under as in Tonys case.

To actually get an email stating Pnp should be dealt within an average of 6 months surely means that as we are well over 6 months, we should be entitled to ask why ours have suffered delays?

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So why is Londom telling me in an email couple of weeks back, that its 6 months for PNP? Something dose not add up.......unless i am missing something else?
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Default Re: timescales for PNP/ Pr applications from outside Canada

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i understand your concern too. That data does not show the ones that were dealt with in 5 months or under as in Tonys case.

To actually get an email stating Pnp should be dealt within an average of 6 months surely means that as we are well over 6 months, we should be entitled to ask why ours have suffered delays?

If you pm me with your email address i can forward the actual email reply to you to forward on to them, this will add some weight to your query?

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Default Re: timescales for PNP/ Pr applications from outside Canada

Originally Posted by chiefmissile
Hi Dammy,

Was your friend a PNP application or something else, is she was a PNP application then it was issued about the right time, if it was another type of application then it was V quick...........am i missing something in your post?

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Hello Andrew,

You are not missing anything, she is MPNP nominee under family stream.
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i understand your concern too. That data does not show the ones that were dealt with in 5 months or under as in Tonys case.

To actually get an email stating Pnp should be dealt within an average of 6 months surely means that as we are well over 6 months, we should be entitled to ask why ours have suffered delays?

Well, depends which website you look at! If you go by the London Visa office, yes you are entitled to make an enquiry....

"If you already have an application at our office, we will answer your question only if our average processing time [6 months] has been exceeded or if there is a problem. Otherwise, you should assume that your file is proceeding normally."

http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca...nt.aspx?view=d

If you look at CIC's website - you're not.

No wonder we're confused!

I'm still not convinced you'll get anything solid to go on, if I was in your situation I'd probably be getting my CAIPS /CGMS. (Thanks for the info, PMM )
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Originally Posted by Kaye5
Well, depends which website you look at! If you go by the London Visa office, yes you are entitled to make an enquiry....

"If you already have an application at our office, we will answer your question only if our average processing time [6 months] has been exceeded or if there is a problem. Otherwise, you should assume that your file is proceeding normally."

http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca...nt.aspx?view=d

If you look at CIC's website - you're not.

No wonder we're confused!

I'm still not convinced you'll get anything solid to go on, if I was in your situation I'd probably be getting my CAIPS /CGMS. (Thanks for the info, PMM )
Hi Kaye, By the time CAIPS/CGMS comes though It will be well after the New Year, so we may as well just sit it out
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Originally Posted by chiefmissile
If you pm me with your email address i can forward the actual email reply to you to forward on to them, this will add some weight to your query?

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Hi Andrew, you have mail
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Hi Kaye, By the time CAIPS/CGMS comes though It will be well after the New Year, so we may as well just sit it out
I'm with you on that! Hoping that once we're in the new year, PPRs will come rolling in!
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I'm with you on that! Hoping that once we're in the new year, PPRs will come rolling in!
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Ive been reading this for the past couple of days. Come on guys lets not lose the plot at this stage , deep breath - in through the nose and out through the mouth (dont faint ). We have come this far, another few months is really not going to knock us out is it (even though it can feel like it at times .

At the end of the day an average regardless of who is calculating, is just that - the average of the recent/distant past trend/occurrences. When you look at the data it also shows that applications are up year on year (from what I remember) to London under PNP so it stands to reason that the average processing time will also extend somewhat - bad news for us waiting but worse news for applicants over the coming months I would imagine .

I cant imagine anyone sending rude mail to someone trying to work their way through thousands of applications/requests daily but I am guessing some people do but it is equally nice and important (in order to keep things in perspective) to be reminded how e mails could hold things up a little longer.

So, its nearly Christmas , the weather is getting worse (at least where I live), the immigration process is still moving (slowly but moving...), we have no control over any of it so lets look on the bright side as none of use have had any negative news .

I have no real idea of what Im trying to say other than lets all remain positive and hope for a really surprising new year .
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Violets, its awfully quiet on this tread again
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Ive been reading this for the past couple of days. Come on guys lets not lose the plot at this stage , deep breath - in through the nose and out through the mouth (dont faint ). We have come this far, another few months is really not going to knock us out is it (even though it can feel like it at times .

At the end of the day an average regardless of who is calculating, is just that - the average of the recent/distant past trend/occurrences. When you look at the data it also shows that applications are up year on year (from what I remember) to London under PNP so it stands to reason that the average processing time will also extend somewhat - bad news for us waiting but worse news for applicants over the coming months I would imagine .

I cant imagine anyone sending rude mail to someone trying to work their way through thousands of applications/requests daily but I am guessing some people do but it is equally nice and important (in order to keep things in perspective) to be reminded how e mails could hold things up a little longer.

So, its nearly Christmas , the weather is getting worse (at least where I live), the immigration process is still moving (slowly but moving...), we have no control over any of it so lets look on the bright side as none of use have had any negative news.

I have no real idea of what Im trying to say other than lets all remain positive and hope for a really surprising new year .
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Violets, its awfully quiet on this tread again
I know, it makes you wonder what we started...it was all your idea you know .

I looked to see if there was anything on it last night after work and it was on page 2!!!!!! How mad is that . My last message on here was supposed to be a 'come on lets not lose hope' kind of thing...think it killed the thread , mental note to me...must try harder .

I think we are all holding our breath and hoping that December passes quickly. I kind of expected to be there by now, driving through snow and totally terrified (i dont particularly like driving in snow but I figure the more practice the better I will get - or worse ). Ohhhh well .
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I know, it makes you wonder what we started...it was all your idea you know .

I looked to see if there was anything on it last night after work and it was on page 2!!!!!! How mad is that . My last message on here was supposed to be a 'come on lets not lose hope' kind of thing...think it killed the thread , mental note to me...must try harder .

I think we are all holding our breath and hoping that December passes quickly. I kind of expected to be there by now, driving through snow and totally terrified (i dont particularly like driving in snow but I figure the more practice the better I will get - or worse ). Ohhhh well .
Violets, do you mean this snow right and Christmas lights right now in Steinbach Manitoba ; ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSFv...e_gdata_player

P.s When we get to Canada,we want to go to see the drive through lights done by Canad inns > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvfidDG2h40 and more info > http://www.chrisd.ca/2012/11/30/cana...as-light-show/

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Violets, do you mean this snow right and Christmas lights right now in Steinbach Manitoba ; ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSFv...e_gdata_player

P.s When we get to Canada,we want to go to see the drive through lights done by Canad inns > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvfidDG2h40 and more info > http://www.chrisd.ca/2012/11/30/cana...as-light-show/
Nice, maybe next year for all................. of us???:fingerscross ed:
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Originally Posted by chiefmissile
Nice, maybe next year for all................. of us???
Hi Andrew, hopefully, so we can have a real winter to make it feel like Christmas
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