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Topic: A Decision has been made!!
Posted By: lg107
Subject: A Decision has been made!!
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 6:34am
OMG, I just got an email from mcarrolls ecas tracker, A decision has been made on my husbands p.r. I feel sick now, what if it's not the right decision. Why did they make a decision & they never requested the passport????
Aren't we supose to get a ppr first & then decision made??? Now im so worried cas it may not be the right desision. If it was good news, then we wouldve been asked for ppr first, surely?
 
Has anyone else had this happen, decision made without a ppr??????? Please answer im going out of my mind!!!Shocked


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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10



Replies:
Posted By: SWEETG
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 9:40am
Relax......take a deep breath......they will contact you guys shortly... make sure you check your emails, the junk mailbox too..... I'm sure its good news!!! Big smile

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" People think it's holding on that makes you stronger, but sometimes it's letting go."


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 9:43am
I hope your right, thanks for the reassurance.

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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 10:33am
I'm panicing again. How can they make a decision to issue a visa without seeing the passport first? Maybe they didnt issue ppr b'cas they've turned us down. I hope we get the letter tomorrow.

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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: UKtoCAN
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 11:01am
ig107, You are probably jumping too much.
 
I think they make a decision and in the decision letter or e-mail request for your passport. This is how i think it is done and like the other person sweetg said , just relax and check your emails.
 
Good luck


Posted By: kwabena kwabena
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 11:08am
Ig107, I am sure this is the good news. Decision made is decision made and when you get your e-mail in a few days time, it will tell you what the decision is and i am sure it will be requesting for your passport. Good luck

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The purpose of education is to replace an empty mind with an open one...


Posted By: Siouxie
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 11:17am
They also put "decision made" on Ecas for AIP and when medical clearance has been given... so stop worrying Smile  
 
We got the last "decision made" just before they requested my son's passport, the email came (to me) a couple of days later and then an official letter to my son in the UK about 7 days later.  His letter contained instructions on how to submit his passport for the visa issuance.
 
You could always contact CIC call centre (if you are in Canada or know someone who is) and ask them.. sometimes they will tell you.
 
When I called them when my Ecas last said "decision made" (it had said it twice before, once for AIP and once for medical clearance) they said "I am pleased to tell you your application has been approved and you will receive a letter in a few days... welcome to Canada!"
 
Keep checking the mail!
 
Smile
 
 


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This is only my opinion... CIC are a law unto themselves


Posted By: SWEETG
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 11:17am
Let me ask you this Ig107, why so much fear??? was your case complicated? or straight foward?? I'm sure it will be well, God's in control....London often puts up " Decision made" before requesting your passport to put the shiny visa in.

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" People think it's holding on that makes you stronger, but sometimes it's letting go."


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 11:23am
Thanks guys.
 
I just remember the other posters that got ppr saying they were sending in their p.p. but didnt know if a decision was made. I thought we would get a ppr first. Well as you said decision made is decision made & i'll have to wait it out. I'v funny feeling we will get letter by post not email. Shouldnt take to long to get here from london. I'll be wishing the days away. would be nice to get good news friday cas it's my birthday sat & we could celebrate that too cas we're going to see "River Dance".


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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: KAMJIT
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 11:27am

They can't refuse you without an interview. From your timeline you posted, you didn't say if you had an interview. if you didn't, it's a positive decision.



Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 11:29am
Originally posted by SWEETG SWEETG wrote:

Let me ask you this Ig107, why so much fear??? was your case complicated? or straight foward?? I'm sure it will be well, God's in control....London often puts up " Decision made" before requesting your passport to put the shiny visa in.
 
The only complicated part was that as the sponsor im not living in canada with a place to live & a job. so i book a flight to go aug 20th & i emailed them that. i was about to write to them today with a copy of the flight itinerary to prove im going one way & my husband has return ticket. the job thing i was going to sort out when i got the kids into school.


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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: SWEETG
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 11:33am
Just give it a few days....by the end of the week, your mind will be at rest. Lets think positive. It shall be well. You've given them all the proof they need.

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" People think it's holding on that makes you stronger, but sometimes it's letting go."


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 11:34am
Originally posted by KAMJIT KAMJIT wrote:

They can't refuse you without an interview. From your timeline you posted, you didn't say if you had an interview. if you didn't, it's a positive decision.

 
No we didnt have an interview. Thank you for that. Maybe it is good news after all. The reason i have so much fear as someone asked, is iv had a lot of bad luck over the last 2 years & for something good to happen would be fantastic.


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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: Siouxie
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 11:44am
Originally posted by lg107 lg107 wrote:

The only complicated part was that as the sponsor im not living in canada with a place to live & a job. so i book a flight to go aug 20th & i emailed them that. i was about to write to them today with a copy of the flight itinerary to prove im going one way & my husband has return ticket. the job thing i was going to sort out when i got the kids into school.
 
Presumably you are a Canadian Citizen?  As long as you gave them proof of intent to return to Canada then that should have been ok. (if you are not a Canadian Citizen and only have PR status, you had to have been residing in Canada to be able to sponsor your husband).
 


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This is only my opinion... CIC are a law unto themselves


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 12:02pm
Originally posted by Siouxie Siouxie wrote:

Originally posted by lg107 lg107 wrote:

The only complicated part was that as the sponsor im not living in canada with a place to live & a job. so i book a flight to go aug 20th & i emailed them that. i was about to write to them today with a copy of the flight itinerary to prove im going one way & my husband has return ticket. the job thing i was going to sort out when i got the kids into school.
 
Presumably you are a Canadian Citizen?  As long as you gave them proof of intent to return to Canada then that should have been ok. (if you are not a Canadian Citizen and only have PR status, you had to have been residing in Canada to be able to sponsor your husband).
 
 
My kids & I are canadian citizens. I emailed them to tell them i had one way flights booked for aug 20th for me & the kids. I was going to send in the proof today but they made the decision already.
London pushed it quicker for my kids to get their citizenship certs so they could start school in sept. The wait for the certs is 18 months, i emailed them asking for help & they pushed the Dublin office to get them for me. My only proof to return to canada was the travel Itinerary which i never got to send.


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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: Siouxie
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 12:17pm
Originally posted by lg107 lg107 wrote:

 
My kids & I are canadian citizens. I emailed them to tell them i had one way flights booked for aug 20th for me & the kids. I was going to send in the proof today but they made the decision already.
London pushed it quicker for my kids to get their citizenship certs so they could start school in sept. The wait for the certs is 18 months, i emailed them asking for help & they pushed the Dublin office to get them for me. My only proof to return to canada was the travel Itinerary which i never got to send.
 
That was good of London to do that!
 
As to proof - it's a requirement to show intent to return, such as a job offer or applications for jobs,  house rental or purchase or a letter from relatives confirming that they are aware of your intent to return and will provide you with support whilst you find accommodation (or that they are letting you live with them), acceptance into school -  stuff like that.  
 
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/manuals/ip/ip02-eng.pdf - http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/resources/manuals/ip/ip02-eng.pdf section 5:10
 
and
 
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/guides/3900E2.asp - http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/guides/3900E2.asp
 
Sponsors not residing in Canada must provide evidence that they reside exclusively outside Canada on the date of giving the undertaking and will reside in Canada at the time their sponsored spouse, common-law partner, conjugal partner and/or children become permanent residents of Canada. Evidence that they will reside in Canada may include one or more of the following:
 
letter from an employer;
letter of acceptance to a Canadian educational institution;
proof of having rented/bought a dwelling in Canada;
reasonable plans for re-establishing in Canada or severing ties to the other country.
 
Presumably you sent that?
 
They probably know of your intent to return by the fact you asked them to rush through the citizenship for the children so they can attend school in September though Smile
 
I would just chill and wait for the letter..
 
Smile


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This is only my opinion... CIC are a law unto themselves


Posted By: RobsLuv
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 12:55pm
Originally posted by KAMJIT KAMJIT wrote:

They can't refuse you without an interview. From your timeline you posted, you didn't say if you had an interview. if you didn't, it's a positive decision.

This is not true - we were refused without an interview!  Typically they'll request an interview before they refuse someone for a marriage of convenience, but MOC is not the only reason they refuse applications. 

lg107 - "Decision Made" is just that - it could go either way, but if there were no "issues" associated with your application, you have every reason to expect a positive outcome.  They don't just arbitrarily refuse people for no reason at all - the refusal has to be supported by the Act/Regulations.  Also, some visa offices request the passport before they make a decision - but not all.  I don't think London is one of them.  I think normally the applicant receives the decision letter and if the PR has been approved that letter will give instructions on how to submit the passport to the embassy to get the Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) document - which is then taken to the Canadian port-of-entry (with the passport) and the "landing" interview takes place, after which the applicant is an official landed immigrant.

Originally posted by lg107 lg107 wrote:

The only complicated part was that as the sponsor im not living in canada with a place to live & a job. so i book a flight to go aug 20th & i emailed them that. i was about to write to them today with a copy of the flight itinerary to prove im going one way & my husband has return ticket. the job thing i was going to sort out when i got the kids into school.
If they don't believe that you intend to re-settle in Canada, they can refuse the application based on that - but normally that doesn't just come out of the blue.  If you did not submit sufficient proof of your intent to return to Canada, they should have addressed that issue during processing and asked for additional evidences.  If they never asked for more proofs, it's probable that they were satisfied with what you included with the application.


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3/2007-applied
1/2008-Refused
12/2008-ADR failed
1/2010-Appeal allowed
4/2010-In Process(Again)
5/2010-request FBI/meds
8/2010-FBI recd
11/30/10-APPROVED!
1/31/11-LANDED!


Posted By: audball
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 12:56pm
BREATHE!

My e-cas said decision made before they sent the e-mail asking for my passport. So it does change to decision made BEFORE you get the letter/e-mail. Immigration is just full of evil little teases like that. :P


Posted By: RobsLuv
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 1:06pm
Originally posted by audball audball wrote:

BREATHE!

My e-cas said decision made before they sent the e-mail asking for my passport. So it does change to decision made BEFORE you get the letter/e-mail. Immigration is just full of evil little teases like that. :P
Our eCAS changed to "Decision Made" about 10 days before we received the decision letter, so what audball says is true. 


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3/2007-applied
1/2008-Refused
12/2008-ADR failed
1/2010-Appeal allowed
4/2010-In Process(Again)
5/2010-request FBI/meds
8/2010-FBI recd
11/30/10-APPROVED!
1/31/11-LANDED!


Posted By: audball
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 1:17pm
Yeah, I was just lucky enough to be going through Buffalo, who send e-mails instead of snail mail.


Posted By: pmm
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 2:10pm

Hi
Originally posted by KAMJIT KAMJIT wrote:

<FONT style=": #f8f8e0">They can't refuse you without an interview. From your timeline you posted, you didn't say if you had an interview. if you didn't, it's a positive decision.



Yes they can, they is nothing in the Act/Regulations that requires an interview for all refusal cases. Although most do have an interview.

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PMM


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 2:29pm
robsluv & audball, thanks for replies. Iv been waiting all day for you guys to answer (the time difference is a killer) I'll try relax now, nothing i can do to change it now. just wait & see what happens. thanks again guys for your input, appreciate it!

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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: Oakville
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 2:38pm
Hello Ig107:
 
I believe we are in the same both but the circumstance is a little different.
 
My application is Skill worker but today my ecas changed to medical received and decision made still awaiting the golden email for PPR. CIC off is Ghana.
 
All is well


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 2:43pm

Ah its nice to hear from someone else who is in the same situation, maybe we'll get good news together. Keep us posted on your outcome oakville.



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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: Oakville
Date Posted: 06 Jul 2010 at 3:53pm
I will definately keep you in the loop.
 
 


Posted By: Oakville
Date Posted: 08 Jul 2010 at 11:10am
Hello:
 
Any update on PPR?


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 08 Jul 2010 at 11:51am
Hi Oakville, not a word on this side. I don't think we'll get an e-mail, i think it'll  be a letter posted to us. It would be great to get it tomorrow but some people say it takes 10days after decision made so it prob be next week.

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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: audball
Date Posted: 08 Jul 2010 at 12:01pm
Weekends are torture when waiting for mail.

I ended up checking on weekends even though we don't get weekend mail. When I wanted my sponsorship letter, that is. Luckily, my PPR came as an e-mail.


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 08 Jul 2010 at 5:07pm
Originally posted by audball audball wrote:

Weekends are torture when waiting for mail.

I ended up checking on weekends even though we don't get weekend mail. When I wanted my sponsorship letter, that is. Luckily, my PPR came as an e-mail.
 
Thats so funny audball, it's amazing how this whole process gets us all so wound up. LOL 


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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: EnglishMuffin
Date Posted: 08 Jul 2010 at 5:17pm
London CHC have said they will email my partner's 'passport request for visa submission' when they receive the last signed original document en route (but tantalisingly still not delivered by Royal Mail according to the tracking number), but then we are at the two year stage, so the IOs are pretty responsive to our emails now, it having exceeding standard processing times by over a year!

I'm sure it will be good news lg107.


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 08 Jul 2010 at 5:37pm
That was a very long wait for you, you must have been pulling your hair out.
Congrats on finally getting the ppr, p.g. you'll have that visa very soon. Clap  you deserve it!!
 
I hope our's is good news, i'll let you know next week when im sure we should have a letter by then.
 


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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: Harmonia
Date Posted: 09 Jul 2010 at 10:09am
lg -- I just had a positive thought...   Why would they request the RPRF if they weren't going to approve?    (or is that just part of the process?). 

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Citizenship App Sent: December 2012


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 10 Jul 2010 at 6:25pm
Originally posted by Harmonia Harmonia wrote:

lg -- I just had a positive thought...   Why would they request the RPRF if they weren't going to approve?    (or is that just part of the process?). 
 
We were thinking the same thing. My husband said they already had the medicals when they requested the rprf so why would they do that if it was bad news. But then again you never know cas i was thinking maybe it is just part of the process. Who know's.Confused


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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 10 Jul 2010 at 6:28pm
Harmonia, the very best of luck to you both on monday, hope everything goes well for you. Be sure to update us. I will light a candle for you on monday morning. God bless..

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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: Harmonia
Date Posted: 12 Jul 2010 at 9:42am
lg -- thanks re: the candle.  Muchly appreciated by both of us.
My wife is nervous... and I'm starting to get that way - but I keep thinking that, given our current situation (unable to make any progress whatsoever) - that whatever happens to day will be better than where we are now.
 
Burn that candle brightly & think of us at 2pm EST.
 
<HUGS>
 
Any news on your side?  I've been putting out good energy for a POSITIVE decision.  Fingers and toes crossed that you get information very very soon!   Waiting is hard on people...  I had no idea how hard it was until starting this process.... 


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Citizenship App Sent: December 2012


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 12 Jul 2010 at 1:30pm
Harmonia, it's 6:30pm here in Ireland so it's 1:30pm over there in canada. So I'v just lit that candle for you & i'll keep it burning till I hear from you. P.G. you will get answers today, if there's any justice you will get this sorted once & for all. (i light a candle to my dear mother every day r.i.p. & iv lit one for you & your wife right beside it. My mother had this way of helping people, she took it upon herself to pray for anyone in trouble even people she just met so im sure keeping that candle lighting side by side can only help you) The very best of luck in a half hour & please let us know the outcome.  


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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 12 Jul 2010 at 2:03pm

7 days since "Decision Made" or 5 working days. Still no letter in the post.



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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: admissiblebrit
Date Posted: 12 Jul 2010 at 6:37pm
Got my DM letter today (i'm inland canada) approved gotta wait for letter from local CIC now which in my city seems to come pretty quickly


Posted By: audball
Date Posted: 12 Jul 2010 at 9:02pm
Congrats!


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 13 Jul 2010 at 7:18am
Originally posted by admissiblebrit admissiblebrit wrote:

Got my DM letter today (i'm inland canada) approved gotta wait for letter from local CIC now which in my city seems to come pretty quickly
 
Congrats, great news!!!Big smile


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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 13 Jul 2010 at 11:01am
TongueTongueTongueTongueTongueTongueTongueTongueTongueTongueTongueTongueTongueTongueTongueTongue
GOT THE E-MAIL and its  YES YES YES,
 
Alan & Louise.........


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App.sent 25/3/10
Sponsorship apprd 30/4/10
In process 14/05/10
RPRF requested 10/6/10
Paid RPRF 12/6/10
Meds rec'd 24/06/10
DECISION MADE 6/07/10
PPR 13/07/10
Visa rec'd 3/08/10
Landed 20/08/10


Posted By: Cuds
Date Posted: 13 Jul 2010 at 11:14am
wooo hooo
 
CONGRATS!!


Posted By: Saya
Date Posted: 13 Jul 2010 at 11:27am
That's sooo exciting!!! I'm very happy for you! So they gave you answer by email? You'd think they could have done that when they change to DM on your ecas. Oh well Congrats!!!

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Meds - Apr 13/10
App rec'd CPC-M - Apr 21/10
Sponsor Aprvd - May 27/10
App In Process/Meds Rec'd - Jun 16/10
DM - July 27/10
PPR via Email - Aug 4/10
PP w/ VISA - Aug 24/10
CommonLaw - London


Posted By: scylla
Date Posted: 13 Jul 2010 at 1:27pm
Congrats!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Great news!!!!

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Outland Spousal (Buffalo):
App recd: 05/28/2010
Sponsor approved: 06/28/2010
Processing started: 08/19/2010
Passport request: 10/01/2010
Landed: 10/05/2010


Posted By: Harmonia
Date Posted: 13 Jul 2010 at 1:36pm
YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
I have been thinking of you since 'decision made' first appeared in your ecas!!!
 
CONGRATS!!!!!!
 
It's PRTY time!!!!!


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Citizenship App Sent: December 2012


Posted By: SWEETG
Date Posted: 13 Jul 2010 at 2:21pm

Ig107!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Told you soooooooooo...........told you to wait for that email!!, Congrats! Best of luck for the rest of your lives!!!!



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" People think it's holding on that makes you stronger, but sometimes it's letting go."


Posted By: SWEETG
Date Posted: 13 Jul 2010 at 2:22pm
@ Harmonia where did the interview take place?? and what card does she need?? Congrats for the PR!!!

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" People think it's holding on that makes you stronger, but sometimes it's letting go."


Posted By: Oakville
Date Posted: 13 Jul 2010 at 2:44pm
Igoh:
 
Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
I also got the YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS email. With an option to pick the visa up any Monday.


Posted By: lonely
Date Posted: 13 Jul 2010 at 2:49pm
oakville what is ur timeline???? hoqw long for urs???


Posted By: lg107
Date Posted: 13 Jul 2010 at 3:12pm
Congrats to you too Oakville, very happy for you.Smile
 
Harmonia, so glad things went better than expected for you & your wife. you sound like such great people.Star
 
As for the rest of my friends on here, thank you so much for all the support you have given me. I'm a born worrier, yes i even worry about other people's problems on here, i take it all on. thanks for keeping me sane. Big smile
 


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