My AIPP Application Timeline: Passport Request Received

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Hey there… I would like to share how happy I am as right now I already received my passport request for my PR application. I sent my passport yesterday to Ottawa for visa stamping. And as I know that there are a lot of you wanting to ask for the timeline of my application. I would like to share it now with you.

September 2017 (last week) – I attended the orientation with my immigration consultant in the Philippines.

October 2017 (second week) –  I hired the services of my immigration consultant

November 1, 2017 – I was interviewed via skype by my current employer here in Canada

November 13, 2017 – I received an email from the employer that my application was successful. Requirements such as ECA, IELTS and 2 reference letters were asked from me.

November 14, 2017 – I submitted asked documents since I already have them readily available.

November 30. 2017 – I received an email from my employer with the following attachments that needed to fill out: Designation letter, Offer of Employment to a Foreign National, Endorsement Application. These documents were also the once I submitted to obtain a settlement plan.

December 5, 2017 – I received my settlement plan from YMCA. The same day I emailed it to my employer.

January 2, 2018 – I received my AIPP endorsement from the province which allows me to start sending my PR and WP application. During this period, my police certificates from all the countries I worked before were not yet complete (UAE, Singapore, Oman, Philippines and Papua New Guinea). It took a month for me to secure all these clearances.

February 5, 2018 – My Work permit application was sent to VFS Makati, Philippines. The same day, my PR application was mailed via DHL to Sydney, Nova Scotia.

February 7, 2018 – I received my medical request.

February 12, 2018 – I did my medical in a designated panel doctor in Papua New Guinea.

March 9. 2018 – I received an email from CIC that my PR application was received on February 12, 2018 (AOR)

March 27, 2018 – My work permit was approved.

September 16, 2018 – I received the email of Passport Request for my PR application.

September 18, 2018 – I mailed my passport to Ottawa via Canada Post, expected date of delivery is September 21.

Now I would be waiting for my passport so I can schedule my exit and entry to Canada in order to be considered a Permanent Resident.

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I would like to thank this opportunity to thank my consultant E-Square Management Consultancy. You helped me fulfill my Canadian Dream. Now my dream is a reality because of you.

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6 thoughts on “My AIPP Application Timeline: Passport Request Received

  1. Janice

    hello, by the way, you were in Papua New Guinea when you applied for PR and WP?? thanks.

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  2. Cee

    Hi Rei. I’m in Dubai, can I send my WP application there for processing instead of VFS Dubai? Also, could you write a blog about your landing in Canada and experience at the airport? Thank you.

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    1. Hello Cee,
      That is not a problem. I was in Papua New Guinea when I sent my application to VFS Makati, Philippines. I got my work permit approved in 7 weeks.

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  3. VJ

    Hello, Rei,
    I’ve recently received an invitation for pre-arrival services under AIPP. What does it signify, and how long it could still take to get to the final stage?
    I’m in Canada right now on the TWP, but I need to leave for my home country for two months and will be working remotely. Should I notify IRCC about that and is that allowed?
    Have a good time, mate.

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  4. Crislyn

    hello sir,
    I have read your blog about your application through the aipp program.
    i was scheduled for a call from a settlement provider organization from NB for my settlement plan,Is this an interview sir?i really don’t have an idea about it..thank you in advance.

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