when to pay RPRF fee?

Old Apr 20th 2005, 3:37 am
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Question when to pay RPRF fee?

Hi everybody, I am in the process of sending medical and additional info to Buffalo. My first question is when is the best time to pay RPRF fee now or wait until I get passport request???
My second question is re: reference letter. The letter from Buffalo states one of the information they need from the reference letter is "the probability of continued employment" Any idea how my supervisor can include this info on reference letter. I don't want my supervisor to know about my plan to immigrat to Canada and I was hoping to ask her to write just a general letter Please give me some advise on how to handle my issues
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Old Apr 20th 2005, 3:59 am
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Originally Posted by uniqueguy3
Hi everybody, I am in the process of sending medical and additional info to Buffalo. My first question is when is the best time to pay RPRF fee now or wait until I get passport request???
My second question is re: reference letter. The letter from Buffalo states one of the information they need from the reference letter is "the probability of continued employment" Any idea how my supervisor can include this info on reference letter. I don't want my supervisor to know about my plan to immigrat to Canada and I was hoping to ask her to write just a general letter Please give me some advise on how to handle my issues
With regards to the ROLF, the CHC usually indicates by way of a check box when you should pay. But as far as I know you can pay with your original application.

For the reference letter you could say that it's for mortgage purposes or for an educational course. If you then include a copy of your contract it may work. It did for me.
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With regards to the ROLF, the CHC usually indicates by way of a check box when you should pay. But as far as I know you can pay with your original application.

For the reference letter you could say that it's for mortgage purposes or for an educational course. If you then include a copy of your contract it may work. It did for me.
u can pay RRPF fee anytime u want to....
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Hi everybody, I am in the process of sending medical and additional info to Buffalo. My first question is when is the best time to pay RPRF fee now or wait until I get passport request???
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Have heard that waiting to pay RPRF can hold up process so if you want quicker deal suggesting paying early, ie. soon as meds are done.

We paid ours the day we received meds request.

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Dude,

We paid ours the day we received meds request.

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That's what we are planning to do too.

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We paid after meds - wanted to confirm that the doc was happy with us - found other people then got PPR quicker than us. I belive it is refundable if you are rejected due to meds anyway. Probably need an expert to confirm this.

Originally Posted by Rich_007
Dude,

Have heard that waiting to pay RPRF can hold up process so if you want quicker deal suggesting paying early, ie. soon as meds are done.

We paid ours the day we received meds request.

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We paid after meds - wanted to confirm that the doc was happy with us - found other people then got PPR quicker than us. I belive it is refundable if you are rejected due to meds anyway. Probably need an expert to confirm this.
RPRF is refundable if paid then application rejected. Says on CIC website.

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Hi guys, thanks for the reply. I guess I'll send RPRF fee with additional documents. My only concern was if they deny my application then I don't want to wait another 2-3years to get my refund. Does anybody have any idea how hard it will be to get the refund?
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Originally Posted by uniqueguy3
Hi guys, thanks for the reply. I guess I'll send RPRF fee with additional documents. My only concern was if they deny my application then I don't want to wait another 2-3years to get my refund. Does anybody have any idea how hard it will be to get the refund?
4-6 months.

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