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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by JESUnifemi4eva: 6:17pm On Jun 04
I have just one response to your question.

Your son is a US Citizen and does not require a Visa to travel to Canada. There's no need to add him to your Visa application, as he is an evidence of strong family ties to Nigeria for the purpose of your visa application

Lol12:
Hello House,

2) My Son is a US citizen, Is it necessary to include him in my application as person I'm traveling with? (I will be going with just him)

Kindly advise. thanks
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Candybright: 8:47pm On Jun 04
nadesh:

Am in same situation and my deadline to submit it is on tuesday. I have an appointment with Dr Ayodele, booked through phone before i submitted my application but the secretary have refused to email it to me. I have spent so much on calling them to explain but the secretary insists they dont have an email address. I dont know what to do cry
Can you change doctor? Same Toronto doctor's give letter
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 9:53pm On Jun 04
please which drs are those. Also let people be aware that it is important to use the dr u mentiones his or her name in the application



Candybright:

Can you change doctor? Same Toronto doctor's give letter
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 9:56pm On Jun 04
1. why send the money to his account? why not use urs and his account statements.
2. I think it is important to add him since he will be traveling wih u even though he does not need a visa. I think someone here or in canada travel thread something about it being one of the reasons why he was denied .
3. It can take from 2 weeks to God knows so it is important to apply on time.



Lol12:
Hello House,

I have read from page 1 to 115. I am really grateful for the information shared.
However, I have some questions.
1) I run a business but it not yet registered. so I will be using my husband as the sponsor, he's got a good job and his statement of account will be much better. I want to transfer a large sum into his account. how long do we have to wait to apply for visa? I will be declaring childbirth.
2) My Son is a US citizen, Is it necessary to include him in my application as person I'm traveling with? (I will be going with just him)
3) Any idea of how long Canadian visa process take?

Please note: I had applied for a visa renewal for US but was given a date in August for interview, i will like to get a canadian visa before i go. I'm due vey early November.


Kindly advise. thanks
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Candybright: 1:28am On Jun 05
Hotstepper:
please which drs are those. Also let people be aware that it is important to use the dr u mentiones his or her name in the application



I read where she said she has sent a letter of explanation, that should be fine hopefully. Keep us updated @Nadesh
I pray your visa comes through. BTW, how long did it take you to get a response and did you include medical insurance?
@hotstepper, yes it's important to use same doctor used for application and let's remember to cancel or shift appointment if we can't meet up with already booked appointment due to visa delay. This visa thing is taking a whole lot of time now.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 1:42am On Jun 05
Yes if not these drs that r agreeing to give appt sef will stop nd then everyone will be bk to square one cuz I know alot of drs that used to take cash patients and of recent said no ao something must have gone wrong somewhere.

Even with me, some ppl will.ask me to help them find accomodation, i will.find oo nd landlord will agree after begging only to disappointment them cuz

1. All of a sudden,these ppl now have ppl here ( so annoying)
2. they will.not even communicate again cuz they have used u nd dumped u.

So in this case, we r making things difficult for ourselves and ppl do not want to help again



Candybright:

I read where she said she has sent a letter of explanation, that should be fine hopefully. Keep us updated @Nadesh
I pray your visa comes through. BTW, how long did it take you to get a response and did you include medical insurance?
@hotstepper, yes it's important to use same doctor used for application and let's remember to cancel or shift appointment if we can't meet up with already booked appointment due to visa delay. This visa thing is taking a whole lot of time now.

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Greatg0809: 4:46am On Jun 05
Please who has ever emailed the embassy and got a response
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by OmoBendel24: 8:14am On Jun 05
Greatg0809:
Please who has ever emailed the embassy and got a response
If your application has exceeded the normal processing time (hope you understand the calculation perfectly though), if you write them you will get a response. Do you know the office handling your application? What I did at a time was to write their international office and copy all the known offices by me (at least 7-8 or so) that handles online applications and London office replied, likewise the international office.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Greatg0809: 8:18am On Jun 05
OmoBendel24:

If your application has exceeded the normal processing time (hope you understand the calculation perfectly though), if you write them you will get a response. Do you know the office handling your application? What I did at a time was to write their international office and copy all the known offices by me (at least 7-8 or so) that handles online applications and London office replied, likewise the international office.
Pls help with their emails, it’s online application . Please what’s the calaculation,I saw 37 days
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by nadesh: 10:25am On Jun 05
Candybright:

I read where she said she has sent a letter of explanation, that should be fine hopefully. Keep us updated @Nadesh
I pray your visa comes through. BTW, how long did it take you to get a response and did you include medical insurance?
@hotstepper, yes it's important to use same doctor used for application and let's remember to cancel or shift appointment if we can't meet up with already booked appointment due to visa delay. This visa thing is taking a whole lot of time now.
I have received PPT request and expecting my visa.i will keep the house updated

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Princess2019: 10:53am On Jun 05
Did u apply online?

nadesh:

I have received PPT request and expecting my visa.i will keep the house updated
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Greatg0809: 10:57am On Jun 05
nadesh:

I have received PPT request and expecting my visa.i will keep the house updated
After how long did this ppt request come
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 11:14am On Jun 05
Yayyy Thank God


nadesh:

I have received PPT request and expecting my visa.i will keep the house updated
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by OmoBendel24: 11:17am On Jun 05
Greatg0809:

Pls help with their emails, it’s online application . Please what’s the calaculation,I saw 37 days

For how long have you submitted and given your biometrics?

nairobi@international.gc.ca
nrobi-immigration@international.gc.ca
accraimmigration@international.gc.ca
ldnimmigration@international.gc.ca
london-im-enquiry@international.gc.ca
abu-dhabi-im-enquiry@international.gc.ca
lagos.immigration@international.gc.ca
ankara-im-enquiry@international.gc.ca
Etc
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Greatg0809: 12:49pm On Jun 05
OmoBendel24:


For how long have you submitted and given your biometrics?

nairobi@international.gc.ca
nrobi-immigration@international.gc.ca
accraimmigration@international.gc.ca
ldnimmigration@international.gc.ca
london-im-enquiry@international.gc.ca
abu-dhabi-im-enquiry@international.gc.ca
lagos.immigration@international.gc.ca
ankara-im-enquiry@international.gc.ca
Etc
4weeks plus
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by canadaman18: 4:16pm On Jun 05
@ people who have submitted passports following a PPR in the last two weeks , have you had your visas fixed on the passport or received passport back?
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Woafavour: 5:30pm On Jun 05
Hello house. I submitted my TRv application on the 11th of march and i am still waiting for an update. My international passport expires in november, it was 8months left to expire as at when i applied for the visa. Do you think the short lenght of my passport to expire will be a barrier to my application

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by aye88: 5:49pm On Jun 05
Woafavour:
Hello house. I submitted my TRv application on the 11th of march and i am still waiting for an update. My international passport expires in november, it was 8months left to expire as at when i applied for the visa. Do you think the short lenght of my passport to expire will be a barrier to my application


Send them a mail. This has taken too long
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Woafavour: 6:33pm On Jun 05
Ok. Thank you. I will mail them right away

aye88:



Send them a mail. This has taken too long
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by OmoBendel24: 10:53pm On Jun 05
Greatg0809:

4weeks plus

They likely won't respond to your mail, yet too early.

@all, I see loads of you being quite anxious about the visa application processing time believing it's taking too long. Late year and early part of the year online application submission from observation in the past couple of years seem to take shorter times to process. Submission from late March to around May/June can take as much as 2months+ to process. From late June/July/August submission can sometimes take a whole lot of time to process. The times fluctuates generally, some much earlier a others pretty late, but the majority follows this line.

Processing times no longer bother me. I have done (submitted during summer) 7 months of anxiety before only to be granted visa valid for a year that I couldn't even use. I was forced to learn another dimension of patience, same I will advise others to learn too. Several examples of long processing time but I will just leave it at that. But not without advising that paper route is better during peak period, 6-8 weeks could be application's turnaround time. Online route is best between December, January and February mostly....

For the person above with less than 8months validity on passport, that won't necessarily affect your application, but you won't be granted a visa with validity more than you have left on the particular passport you applied with.

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Ogdiva: 12:54am On Jun 06
Oleayo22:

Hi,
where in Alberta did she give birth? I think you will have to visit a Canadian embassy in Saudi Arabia for notary Public. Ask other gurus
In my own case, I gave birth in Edmonton and Husband was with me. So we got to fill a form and got a citizen to stand in as a guarantor for us. Then we looked for the closest Canada Place office to us and had to take baby for passport photograph there because the ones we took at Walmart and Superstores were rejected. We applied for expedited passport and attached my husbands flight itinerary to it. It was ready for pick up after two days. But I was asked to come in with my passport as the mother and I also went with the baby.
Visa on Arrival is better.

Thanks alot for sharing you details... Congratulations!
Please,can u kindly guide me on how to obtain Visa on Arrival.Thanks alot.

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Masha2jk(f): 7:13pm On Jun 06
Hi guys, anyone needing accommodation in Montreal from aug 2019 should inbox me.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Oleayo22(f): 9:04pm On Jun 06
Ogdiva:


Thanks alot for sharing you details... Congratulations!
Please,can u kindly guide me on how to obtain Visa on Arrival.Thanks alot.
Contact Ozymes, she helped in ensuring swift VOA.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Gracely7th(f): 9:49pm On Jun 06
Good evening all,
I have learnt alot from this thread having read from page 1 but i still have some questions.
1. How early can a preggy start application?
1b. Since At that time its not showing, is it okay to declare intent of purpose as birth?

2. Would one need to submit salary account( or just any personal account statement)and pay slip?
2b. If yes, is salary amount considered in visa decision.

3. Just newly wedded, must one change her name to husband's family name on international passport before applying?

4. Would 3m do?

Thanks in advance

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Candybright: 1:33am On Jun 07
Hotstepper:

Yes if not these drs that r agreeing to give appt sef will stop nd then everyone will be bk to square one cuz I know alot of drs that used to take cash patients and of recent said no ao something must have gone wrong somewhere.

Even with me, some ppl will.ask me to help them find accomodation, i will.find oo nd landlord will agree after begging only to disappointment them cuz

1. All of a sudden,these ppl now have ppl here ( so annoying)
2. they will.not even communicate again cuz they have used u nd dumped u.

So in this case, we r making things difficult for ourselves and ppl do not want to help again




Your number one and 2 is so true. I've had that experience. Soooo anoyinggg angry
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Ronnie1984(f): 3:02am On Jun 07
hello
thanks for sharing your info and congratulations on the new born. please i will like to know the process of getting a doctor for my sis inlaw. i live in edmonton and will like her to birth her baby here. please kindly share

Thanks alot for sharing you details... Congratulations!
Please,can u kindly guide me on how to obtain Visa on Arrival.Thanks alot.[/quote]
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Ogdiva: 3:09am On Jun 07
Oleayo22:

Contact Ozymes, she helped in ensuring swift VOA.

Thanks alot,I really appreciate.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Woafavour: 9:52am On Jun 08
Good morning House. My friend wants to apply for canada Trv. She has only been to turkey,will canada accept that as travel history?
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by SocialJustice: 9:58am On Jun 08
honey86:

Couldn't you state your argument without being rude about it?. There are better says to put forth your argument without being rude, afterall we learn everyday.
Please stop being defensive, there was nothing offensive in that post. Accept your blunder and move on.

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Woafavour: 10:15am On Jun 08
A 2013 post?


SocialJustice:
Please stop being defensive, there was nothing offensive in that post. Accept your blunder and move on.

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by SocialJustice: 10:18am On Jun 08
Woafavour:
A 2013 post?


So?
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Woafavour: 10:19am On Jun 08
What?

SocialJustice:
So?

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