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....What will be the next step? How long am I going to wait for the result? .....  Thanks much! Smile
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for which exam did u appear in Canada or you are talking about USAMALI
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for which exam did u appear in Canada or you are talking about USAMALI


Hi. I applied in  canadian embassy manila for a temporary resident visa. I just completed my medical examination last may 11, 2010. Im just asking what will be the next step in the visa application?

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Usually, PPR follows the medical exam.

Originally posted by Ms. Workaholic Ms. Workaholic wrote:


Hi. I applied inĀ  canadian embassy manila for a temporary resident visa. I just completed my medical examination last may 11, 2010. Im just asking what will be the next step in the visa application?thanks for the reply.
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hi job seeker,

what is PPR? Appreciate your reply...
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Originally posted by Ms. Workaholic Ms. Workaholic wrote:

hi job seeker,

what is PPR? Appreciate your reply...


Passport request
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Originally posted by job_seeker job_seeker wrote:

Originally posted by Ms. Workaholic Ms. Workaholic wrote:

hi job seeker,

what is PPR? Appreciate your reply...


Passport request


ok. but my passport was already been sent to the CME... how's that job_seeker?

I will just wait for them to send it back together with my other important documents?

How long am I going to wait?

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Hi,
Oh so CIC already has your passport. I guess it's a different processing style in Manila. Yup wait for your passport and all your other documents to be sent back to you.

From CIC Manila approximate processing times:

Temporary Work Permit

As of the updating of this message, processing time was approximately 8 weeks.

Please note that processing times quoted are accurate at the time of publishing. It is an average range and individual case processing times may be longer due to medical follow-up, missing, incomplete or inaccurate documentation or if an interview is required. You are asked to refrain from making any representations on a case if it still within the above average processing time.
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Originally posted by job_seeker job_seeker wrote:

Hi,
Oh so CIC already has your passport. I guess it's a different processing style in Manila. Yup wait for your passport and all your other documents to be sent back to you.

From CIC Manila approximate processing times:

Temporary Work Permit

As of the updating of this message, processing time was approximately 8 weeks.

Please note that processing times quoted are accurate at the time of publishing. It is an average range and individual case processing times may be longer due to medical follow-up, missing, incomplete or inaccurate documentation or if an interview is required. You are asked to refrain from making any representations on a case if it still within the above average processing time.



Alright. thanks for your reply. i'll keep you posted! ciao job_seeker. God bless
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What province are you going to in Canada? What job are you applying for, if you don't mind? All the best on your application
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