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Processing time of PRTD on H&C ground 

Kolorah
Kolorah
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Posted On: 10/27/2017
Kolorah
Kolorah
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Hello,
I have three queries:
1. What is the processing time of PRTD on H&C ground at New Delhi, India?
2. My PR card expired in Nov 2011 and stayed only 1 month in 5 years’ time. Not able to return because of hardship (fund crunch). Mentioned in Application that I have enough fund now to settle in Canada and for children education I want to go back. What is the probability of getting PRTD?
3. Issue a PRTD means 100% assurance that I will get new PR Card for 5 years validity once I apply?
Thanks
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PMM
PMM
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Posted On: 10/27/2017
PMM
PMM
Posts: 661
Hi

Kolorah wrote:
Hello,
I have three queries:
1. What is the processing time of PRTD on H&C ground at New Delhi, India?
2. My PR card expired in Nov 2011 and stayed only 1 month in 5 years’ time. Not able to return because of hardship (fund crunch). Mentioned in Application that I have enough fund now to settle in Canada and for children education I want to go back. What is the probability of getting PRTD?
3. Issue a PRTD means 100% assurance that I will get new PR Card for 5 years validity once I apply?
Thanks


1. Somewhere close to nil of getting a PRTD because you had insufficient funds.
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neha
neha
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Posted On: 5/20/2019
neha
neha
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Dear Sir/Madam,

I had a PR Visa for Canada which was issued on Date: 16/01/2013 and valid till date: February 2018. My application details are:

I arrived in Canada on date: 16 January 2013 with a dream and aim to settle down with my husband who is a co-applicant.


During our stay in Canada we applied and received Social Insurance Number (SIN), opened our bank account and got our Credit card, enrollment in New comer’s YMCA program. We took National Dental Examination Board (Step 1 – Assessment of Fundamental Knowledge) held in first week of February, which is initial step to get license to work as a Dentist in Canada.


Subsequent step of Licensure examination was to be held in month of June-July. So we wanted to utilize this free time to fulfill certain social responsibilities in India. And also decided that I will return and appear for Step 2 and 3 (Assessment of Clinical Skills and Assessment of Clinical Judgment) and my better half will join subsequent to winding up everything and fulfilling social duties - for instance: marriage of his younger sister, doing plan of his parents, etc.


But unfortunately, my husband passed and I failed it. So this result had disturbed our figuring and we have to reconsider our further procedures as re-appearing for Step - 1 was one year from now in February 2014.


During our stay in India some fortunate and many unfortunate events took place which forces us to stay longer:


Death of my mother in law – Date: 02 December 2013

This increased our social responsibilities, taking care of my father-in-law, my sister-in-law. My father-in-law become very ill. We conducted my sister-in-law’s marriage on 19-Jan-2014 as we had promised my mother-in-law.

My father-in-law’s health keep deteriorating, he developed severe allergies and multiple times we had to rush him to emergency room.

After that we needed to stay for my younger brother's wedding function –Date: 10 February 2014

Meanwhile we started making all necessary arrangements for my father in-law but his health problem continues to rise and he developed severe allergies like condition to unknown substances. During such kind of episodes we had to rush to emergency room for immediate medical assistance. In such condition we could not leave him alone as he needed medical and emotional support.

• During this period I was blessed with son – Date: 09 May 2015

In fact we planned to move to Canada after the birth of my son as we had sufficient time according to immigration rules but we had to complete his vaccination program according to health department’s guidelines. We had also got visitor visa (Date: 29/1/16 to 24/7/16) for my son which was single entry visa keeping in mind that we will apply for his PR visa. We had applied for my father in law’s multiple entry visitor visa for Canada.

But again faith was not in our favour:

My Grandfather died on 19-Aug-2015, my father died 22-July-2016.

So my entire family was disturbed and we had to stay to make necessary arrangements for my family as we are the most elder couple of both the families.

We had applied second time for my son’s multiple entry visitor visa (date: 22/8/2017)

Meanwhile in july 2017 my father in-law had suffered from Chikangunia (Viral fever spreaded by mosquitoes) which was epidemic in our region. This viral fever has very serious during and after systemic complications especially Arthritis affecting almost all the joints of body known as Post viral arthritis. And my father in-law was more severely affected. For him, we had to consult many specialists to get rid of Chikanguniya. But unfortunately his post viral arthritis was converted into Rheumatoid Arthritis which needed medical attention. He became almost disease free after a yearlong treatment.

Amid this time I was pregnant for second time and brought forth my second youngster on 30 August 2018

During all this time our goal was always to go to Canada but unfortunately we couldn’t move away from our social responsibilities.

As industrial revolution is going on here, there is huge pollution influencing wellbeing of my family members. My elder child has suffered Pneumonia because of this contamination despite the fact that he has been vaccinated for that. So strength of my kids is straightforwardly influenced by any negative choice.

My elder child is currently of school going age (4 years old), so on the off chance that we are permitted to enter and remain in Canada, my children will experience childhood in Canadian culture which would be useful to both of my children to satisfy expectations and dreams for future life.

I have proof of events whenever possible.

So What would be my chances to getting PRTD on H&C ground. What would be processing time if I apply for PRTD? Should I apply for new application?

Please guide me in this matter.

Thank you.
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Bbhan101
Bbhan101
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Posted On: 3/1/2023
Bbhan101
Bbhan101
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I have applied for a PRTD on H&C as I overstayed in India first due to my mother's severe illness and then COVID pandemic. What are my chances of getting prtd. I have not fulfilled residency obligation.I applied in Aug 2022 and after repeated enquiry I got this message that your application is in process and all documents have received. They will inform me when the decision is made.
I am really confused what to understand by this message. I applied through online portal. Due to my repeated webform enquiry, they first said that my file is with VFS Delhi. When I contacted vfs, they said it's all IRCC call they cant do anything. And now this reply from IRCC. Any body can provide insights. Regards
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Moderator
Moderator
Moderator
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Posted On: 3/10/2023
Moderator
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Hi there,


Thank you for sharing your situation and question with us.

It may be best for consult a reputable and registered immigration consultant or an immigration lawyer for advice regarding your situation. IRCC will take humanitarian and compassionate reasons into consideration, but this is up to IRCC. It may be helpful to note that processing time does not include the wait time before they receive the application, and starts once they receive a completed application. You may find it helpful to check processing times using the calculator on the IRCC website to see general wait time estimates for different applications. If you find yourself in a position where you need to travel and do not yet have your PR card, you may also find helpful information in the Settlement.Org article, I need to leave Canada but do not have my PR card yet. What should I do?


We hope this information is helpful. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to post them here.


Sincerely,


Your Settlement.Org Team
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