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How to follow up on LPR application status?

Post by fujiwater » Thu, 08 Jul 2010 2:04 pm

Hi all,

To those who have applied for Landed / In principle PR, how did you follow up with ICA on the application status? SMC said that there is no tracking or reference number attached to the application.

Did you just call or mail the PR Services department at ICA, quoting your Passport number?

Thanks.

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Post by serve_the_servants » Thu, 08 Jul 2010 6:54 pm

I do exactly what SMC told me: grab a beer, watch some tv and....wait

In the meanwhile, I see that the ICA is checking my websites regularly, that they contacted my university for degree verification, etcetera.

I know that they are working on it, SMC promised me to email me when they received the outcome.

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Post by tinkar » Sat, 18 Jun 2011 12:51 pm

serve_the_servants wrote:I do exactly what SMC told me: grab a beer, watch some tv and....wait

In the meanwhile, I see that the ICA is checking my websites regularly, that they contacted my university for degree verification, etcetera.

I know that they are working on it, SMC promised me to email me when they received the outcome.
Really? Do they verify all the way that thorough?

I have just applied it through SMC ..let's see how things go.

Fingers crossed

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Sat, 18 Jun 2011 2:55 pm

It will take a minimum of 6 months with the norm being around 14 months at the moment. Relax, you have a long wait.
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