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Old Feb 6th 2013, 7:21 am
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Originally Posted by Jaysuper
Congratulations Kate5, well deserved PPR. Really glad for you. I'm sure you'll be on your way in few weeks. Regards.
Thanks Jay - it's been a long time coming and fraught with set backs - but here at last and that's the main thing.

Originally Posted by Violets are blue
Wow!!!! Thats amazing news!!! Am very happy for you . You can finally make some solid plans and get moving. Are you going to drop off and pick up in London or post it? If you drop it off you could go tomorrow as its a Thursday afternoon time and then pick up in two weeks - that is assuming you have been given that option????

I bet there will be lost of celebrations in your house tonight
Thanks Violets! Yes, I will not be begging my employer to renew my contract (unlikely anyway, as they are making redundancies), my house is already on the market and we are booking flights (I think they are the three things the letter says not to do, ha ha).

We might drop off next Thursday - we haven't got photos yet and are both in work tomorrow (50 miles apart) so can't get it all together until the weekend. But then we aren't going until mid-June after my son's exams, so we can do the 6 week postal turnaround which will save lost earnings for days off and train fares.

Just so pleased to have PPR so we can plan!

When are you going?
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Old Feb 6th 2013, 9:56 am
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Originally Posted by Kaye5
PPR - I think I'm going to throw up with the excitement!



(Was actually sent 31 December, but hey, what's 5 weeks when you're stressed to the hilt! - so happy, I can't even bring myself to whinge about lost emails. Everything in the garden is just rosy!)
Well deserved and all the best Kayes
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Old Feb 7th 2013, 12:24 am
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Well deserved and all the best Kayes
Thanks Dammy!
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Old Feb 7th 2013, 12:51 am
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Kay5,
Congratulations!
I've been rooting for you, especially with your recent bad news.
I don't post on here all that often but I wanted to wish you and your family all the very best.
Enjoy that feeling.
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Old Feb 7th 2013, 3:44 am
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Originally Posted by Kaye5
PPR - I think I'm going to throw up with the excitement!



(Was actually sent 31 December, but hey, what's 5 weeks when you're stressed to the hilt! - so happy, I can't even bring myself to whinge about lost emails. Everything in the garden is just rosy!)
Congratulations Kaye You've waited a long time. Where are you off too?
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Originally Posted by HoneyB
Kay5,
Congratulations!
I've been rooting for you, especially with your recent bad news.
I don't post on here all that often but I wanted to wish you and your family all the very best.
Enjoy that feeling.
Aw, thank you HoneyB - what a nice thing to say! Yes, it's been a hard few weeks (still isn't that easy to be honest) but at least there's something positive now on the horizon.

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Congratulations Kaye You've waited a long time. Where are you off too?
Thanks, Gaz! Heading for the south shore, Nova Scotia!
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Originally Posted by Kaye5
PPR - I think I'm going to throw up with the excitement!



(Was actually sent 31 December, but hey, what's 5 weeks when you're stressed to the hilt! - so happy, I can't even bring myself to whinge about lost emails. Everything in the garden is just rosy!)
Congrat Kaye5
That's amazing news!!! pls edit your timeline in signature
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Originally Posted by Kaye5
Aw, thank you HoneyB - what a nice thing to say! Yes, it's been a hard few weeks (still isn't that easy to be honest) but at least there's something positive now on the horizon.



Thanks, Gaz! Heading for the south shore, Nova Scotia!
Good luck with the move Kaye,
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Congrat Kaye5
That's amazing news!!! pls edit your timeline in signature
Thank you Ann - signature updated!

Originally Posted by vettemaster
Good luck with the move Kaye,
Thanks, Vettemaster - flights booked for 13 June 2013. Package ready except photos - photo appointment booked for Saturday, then to Post Office to send off.

Now, must be your turn next!
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Originally Posted by Kaye5
Aw, thank you HoneyB - what a nice thing to say! Yes, it's been a hard few weeks (still isn't that easy to be honest) but at least there's something positive now on the horizon.



Thanks, Gaz! Heading for the south shore, Nova Scotia!
Picture postcard neck of the woods. It's a beautiful area. I hope you love it there.
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Originally Posted by Kaye5
Thank you Ann - signature updated!



Thanks, Vettemaster - flights booked for 13 June 2013. Package ready except photos - photo appointment booked for Saturday, then to Post Office to send off.

Now, must be your turn next!
Possibly Kaye, We still have no E-cas access since Monday 4th and we emailed London to ask if they know of any reason why we can't access the site, and they have not replied. Mind you they still have not answered our email from last week, to confirm they received our medical information that they requested.

I am pleased things are finally working out for you We had another viewing on our house yesterday. We are still awaiting feedback.
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Originally Posted by vettemaster
Possibly Kaye, We still have no E-cas access since Monday 4th and we emailed London to ask if they know of any reason why we can't access the site, and they have not replied. Mind you they still have not answered our email from last week, to confirm they received our medical information that they requested.

I am pleased things are finally working out for you We had another viewing on our house yesterday. We are still awaiting feedback.
Hi Vettemaster,
I noticed that you have had not E-cas since Monday - my case is the same I can not access since Monday - but fine at the weekend
Keep me posted on wether you get back online soon and vice vesa
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Fantastic news Kaye - congratulations! How come the email get lost? Did it get lost in spam and they sent out another or did you come across it by chance?
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Originally Posted by Mamawona
Hi there, still trying to make sense of all of this. But can someone tell me if you want to apply for PNP can you apply through the Sydney office to move things along faster as I have noticed on some of the timelines that applications have been sent to Sydney. Help!!!!!!!!!
You can't apply for PNP to Sidney! YOu apply to Sidney once you have PNP from the Province you plan to reside from in order to get PR (Permanent Residency)
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Originally Posted by Mamawona
Hi again guys,
can somebody please tell me, if I can manage to get a job offer, an LMO and enter Canada on a TWP would I still have to apply for permanent residency of some sort. And do you think PNP would be the most effective way to do this or not? Really becoming more confused by the minute. I want to apply for the most suitable and quickest way to become a permanent resident.
There is not really a quick way, you have to go through the stress.. just like the rest.
Yes, if you have LM0/TWP you still need to apply for PR if you want to stay permanently (TWP = TEMPORARY WP). In order to apply for ANY PNP you need to know in which Province you want to stay permanently. All Provinces have different programs, so you then need to check if you even are elegible for PNP.
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