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    Posted: 14 Jun 2019 at 8:50pm
Originally posted by park1996 park1996 wrote:

Originally posted by Canadianmomof2 Canadianmomof2 wrote:

Originally posted by park1996 park1996 wrote:

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Congrats on your PR card!
I just think it’s weird they asked for a new one, I’m pretty sure they can see that he’s had no run ins with the law.
normally it takes 120 days if there was any criminal records , try to provide them the letter that you were given 60 days to submit it , if there is a way to do so. Good luck


I think a more practicable way is to tell IRCC that there is a delay and ask for an extension (which I think would be given). That's probably gonna be easier than asking RCMP to rush. When it comes criminal or sth RCMP is probably just gonna ignore all requests and do whatever they want.


Definitely, when we submitted the first one that was requested when they first started process

Thing the application we just submitted proof that we had applied for the RCMP check and the lawyer says we should do the same this time. One thing that worries me is that my husband had a child when he was very young (she’s 16 now) and he has no way to contact the mom to ask for the medical exam that was requested. Anyone on this forum experience a similar issue?


per <a href="https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/corporate/publications-manuals/operational-bulletins-manuals/standard-requirements/medical-requirements/exam/who-must-submit-immigration-medical-examination.html" rel="nofollow">https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/corporate/publications-manuals/operational-bulletins-manuals/standard-requirements/medical-requirements/exam/who-must-submit-immigration-medical-examination.html</a>, I think he will have to either get it done or apply for an exemption. But interestingly they used the word "who have applied" for refugee status but not "who are granted" refugee status. Not sure how that means and I'm not a lawyer, but does it also mean that as long as your husband had a refugee claim it's all good? Talk to a lawyer I guess.


Hi Park, the wording definitely makes it sound like because he had applied for refugee it should be exempt, but when he had to have his medicals done for the refugee claim, the said his daughter would be exempt.
The lawyer said we have to give details on the situation and the fact that he has no way to contact the child. It’s very sad, but I believe he will also have to sign a declaration saying that he will never be able to sponsor her.
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Originally posted by Canadianmomof2 Canadianmomof2 wrote:

Originally posted by park1996 park1996 wrote:

Originally posted by Alien Alien wrote:

Originally posted by Canadianmomof2 Canadianmomof2 wrote:

Congrats on your PR card!
I just think it’s weird they asked for a new one, I’m pretty sure they can see that he’s had no run ins with the law.
normally it takes 120 days if there was any criminal records , try to provide them the letter that you were given 60 days to submit it , if there is a way to do so. Good luck


I think a more practicable way is to tell IRCC that there is a delay and ask for an extension (which I think would be given). That's probably gonna be easier than asking RCMP to rush. When it comes criminal or sth RCMP is probably just gonna ignore all requests and do whatever they want.


Definitely, when we submitted the first one that was requested when they first started processing the application we just submitted proof that we had applied for the RCMP check and the lawyer says we should do the same this time. One thing that worries me is that my husband had a child when he was very young (she’s 16 now) and he has no way to contact the mom to ask for the medical exam that was requested. Anyone on this forum experience a similar issue?

per https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/corporate/publications-manuals/operational-bulletins-manuals/standard-requirements/medical-requirements/exam/who-must-submit-immigration-medical-examination.html, I think he will have to either get it done or apply for an exemption. But interestingly they used the word "who have applied" for refugee status but not "who are granted" refugee status. Not sure how that means and I'm not a lawyer, but does it also mean that as long as your husband had a refugee claim it's all good? Talk to a lawyer I guess.
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Originally posted by park1996 park1996 wrote:

Originally posted by Alien Alien wrote:

Originally posted by Canadianmomof2 Canadianmomof2 wrote:

Congrats on your PR card!
I just think it’s weird they asked for a new one, I’m pretty sure they can see that he’s had no run ins with the law.
normally it takes 120 days if there was any criminal records , try to provide them the letter that you were given 60 days to submit it , if there is a way to do so. Good luck


I think a more practicable way is to tell IRCC that there is a delay and ask for an extension (which I think would be given). That's probably gonna be easier than asking RCMP to rush. When it comes criminal or sth RCMP is probably just gonna ignore all requests and do whatever they want.


Definitely, when we submitted the first one that was requested when they first started processing the application we just submitted proof that we had applied for the RCMP check and the lawyer says we should do the same this time. One thing that worries me is that my husband had a child when he was very young (she’s 16 now) and he has no way to contact the mom to ask for the medical exam that was requested. Anyone on this forum experience a similar issue?
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Originally posted by Alien Alien wrote:

Originally posted by Canadianmomof2 Canadianmomof2 wrote:

Congrats on your PR card!
I just think it’s weird they asked for a new one, I’m pretty sure they can see that he’s had no run ins with the law.
normally it takes 120 days if there was any criminal records , try to provide them the letter that you were given 60 days to submit it , if there is a way to do so. Good luck

I think a more practicable way is to tell IRCC that there is a delay and ask for an extension (which I think would be given). That's probably gonna be easier than asking RCMP to rush. When it comes criminal or sth RCMP is probably just gonna ignore all requests and do whatever they want.
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Originally posted by park1996 park1996 wrote:

Hey guys, I got my PR Card today. I guess my H&C journey is officially over.

I'll probably still come back every now and then, but otherwise best of the luck with all of you
congratulations park!! Enjoy the best summer ever ! All the best !
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Originally posted by Canadianmomof2 Canadianmomof2 wrote:

Congrats on your PR card!
I just think it’s weird they asked for a new one, I’m pretty sure they can see that he’s had no run ins with the law.
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Congrats on your PR card!
I just think it’s weird they asked for a new one, I’m pretty sure they can see that he’s had no run ins with the law.
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Hey guys, I got my PR Card today. I guess my H&C journey is officially over.

I'll probably still come back every now and then, but otherwise best of the luck with all of you
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Originally posted by Canadianmomof2 Canadianmomof2 wrote:

We received a request for medical exams, financial proof, and updated RCMP check. The need for another RCMP request seems odd because we submitted within 1 year. They also gave 60 days to submit which is going to be an issue because it took 6 months to receive last time

Yeah if there is criminal record, RCMP check can be lengthy. However, you can give them a proof that you've submitted the check and ask for an extension
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We received a request for medical exams, financial proof, and updated RCMP check. The need for another RCMP request seems odd because we submitted within 1 year. They also gave 60 days to submit which is going to be an issue because it took 6 months to receive last time
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