CIC office at 5343 Dundas Street West, Toronto

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Subject: CIC office at 5343 Dundas Street West, Toronto
Does this office deal with PRRA, H & C with risk?

5343 Dundas Street West, suite # 101, Toronto

[20-12-2010,15:54]
[***.254.195.28]
Geff
(in reply to: CIC office at 5343 Dundas Street West, Toronto)
yes. submitted my H&C prra with risk to that office
[20-12-2010,21:18]
[**.75.251.129]
Anonymous
(in reply to: CIC office at 5343 Dundas Street West, Toronto)
Anonymous, did you get any result from that office? My H & C with risk is there since 2008. My H & C with risk was sent there from London, Ontario office. I Sent PRRA earlier this year, till now no news about anything. Where do you send updates about the H & C application, this office or the office where you applied H & C initially.
[20-12-2010,21:55]
[**.56.227.49]
geff
(in reply to: CIC office at 5343 Dundas Street West, Toronto)
send the update to that office 5343 Dundas Street West ... i sent it their. you have to mail it to them they don´t accept personal delivery.
[20-12-2010,22:44]
[**.75.251.129]
Anonymous
(in reply to: CIC office at 5343 Dundas Street West, Toronto)
r u done with PRRA? do u know how long they take there to decide H & C result? i applied my h & c in 2003. how long is your file there?
[20-12-2010,23:07]
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geff
(in reply to: CIC office at 5343 Dundas Street West, Toronto)
I heard and read that PRRA officers who make decisions on H & C with risks are not well trained to deal with H & C application. Their decisions are mostly based on PRRA results. Any comments!
[22-12-2010,21:38]
[***.206.1.240]
geff
(in reply to: CIC office at 5343 Dundas Street West, Toronto)
A PRRA officer on his or her

DECISION AND RATIONALE on H & C

The applicant is seeking an exemption from the in-Canada selection criteria ( and the requirement to not be inadmissible) based on humanitarian and compassionate or public policy considerations to facilitate precessing of the application for PR from within Canada. The applicant bears the onus of satisfying the decision-maker that their personal circumstances are such that the hardship of having to obtain a PR visa from outside Canada in the normal manner would be i) unusual and undeserved or ii) disproportionate.

[23-12-2010,00:49]
[**.233.201.58]
Anonymous
(in reply to: CIC office at 5343 Dundas Street West, Toronto)
If the PRRA officer allows the application with exemption.



Another letter goes

It has been determined that you are a person with respect to whom an application for PR has been approved subject to your meeting the statutory requirements of the IRP Act. As a result, no purpose would be served by continuing to consider your PRRA application. This notice is to inform you that your PRRA file has been closed.

[23-12-2010,00:55]
[**.233.201.58]
Anonymous
(in reply to: CIC office at 5343 Dundas Street West, Toronto)
If the PRRA officer makes a positive decision on your H&C and you are landed as PR, there may be a surprise.

It does not show on your confirmation of PR, but if you apply for a provincial health care coverage such as OHIP for the first time, your status may show as Protected Person on the provincial health care application, overriding the 3 month mandatory waiting period.

[23-12-2010,01:08]
[**.233.201.58]
Anonymous
advise me (in reply to: CIC office at 5343 Dundas Street West, Toronto)
PRRA received this response was rejected I have my output in a few days I have a few tests which have not seen that I can do it I can send but I have no attorney address not want to lose money I have in my h & c process also hopefully I say I can do before I go through

[21-01-2011,17:41]
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anonymous
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21-01-2011,17:41]
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anonymous

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How long after applying PRRA, you got your decision? Is your H & C in the same PRRA office?

[21-01-2011,18:38]
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Anonymous



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