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    Posted: 29 Nov 2009 at 12:25pm
Welcome to the Kingston, Jamaica section of the forum dedicated to Family Class Sponsorships.

Feel free to join, contribute and ask as many questions as you would like.
Applied Nov 2007, Docs Request Nov 2008, Medical & Proof of Funds Mar 2009, PR Granted Oct 2009, Landed June 2010.

Wishing for a better Jamaica.
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Welcome to everyone.

Please keep in mind that this thread is where participants may contribute their experiences and provide opinions in the area of Canadian immigration and settlement in Canada particularily relating to the Kingston Jamaica CIC Office.

I hope your experience on here will be educational and prove to be as rewarding as possible.

I have sponsored my husband from Jamaica beginning January 6, 2009, visited the Canadian High Commission in Jamaica twice, had an interview and will help any and all of those that seek assistance.

I invite all of those to post and track your timelines through www.trackitt.com for accuracy as well.




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My husband got the call the drop off his Passport in Kingston and has done so.

Any one got experience with this one?    I was wondering how many working days it took you to get a phone call from Canadian High Commission in Kingston that your Passport was ready to pick up?

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my passport took 12 days to be returned but bear in mind that included 1 Jamaican holiday and 2 fridays on which the chc isnt open to the public.

Originally posted by Mrs.Sam Mrs.Sam wrote:

My husband got the call the drop off his Passport in Kingston and has done so.

Any one got experience with this one?    I was wondering how many working days it took you to get a phone call from Canadian High Commission in Kingston that your Passport was ready to pick up?
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Thanks A_Yardie, Was that for a PRV or a TRV? Does their time frame differ on those? I don't know if the procedure is the same for a TRV.
 
We're on 9 working days today (includes Friday's), because although they aren't open to the public.... I like to think that they still work and make phone calls lol
 
Originally posted by A_Yardie A_Yardie wrote:

my passport took 12 days to be returned but bear in mind that included 1 Jamaican holiday and 2 fridays on which the chc isnt open to the public.

Originally posted by Mrs.Sam Mrs.Sam wrote:

My husband got the call the drop off his Passport in Kingston and has done so.

Any one got experience with this one?    I was wondering how many working days it took you to get a phone call from Canadian High Commission in Kingston that your Passport was ready to pick up?


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that was for a PRV.

i gather that the TRVs have a similar process but am unsure. if i recall corretly, the TRVs take 10 working days to be processed.
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Well.... it looks like for us.... it took 9 working days to get the call.... Party "Your documents are ready for you to Pick Up"... he just got the call about 10 minutes ago!!
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congrats...

best wishes and safe travel for yr hubby while he makes his way to his new home.

Originally posted by Mrs.Sam Mrs.Sam wrote:

Well.... it looks like for us.... it took 9 working days to get the call.... Party "Your documents are ready for you to Pick Up"... he just got the call about 10 minutes ago!!
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A_Yardie.... a personal question (feel free not to answer if you don't want to). Question If you have a PRV, why are you back in Jamaica? Confused
 
 
Originally posted by A_Yardie A_Yardie wrote:

that was for a PRV.

i gather that the TRVs have a similar process but am unsure. if i recall corretly, the TRVs take 10 working days to be processed.
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Sponsor my husband kingston recieved his application one year today and until now he havent get any call went to immigration in kingston last month nov they told us that his papers is with the immigration officer his medical already expired from october until now they haven`t send him a form to redo his medical i want my husband to be home for christmasCryCry i dont know what to do anymore.
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