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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by mbakweich: 11:43pm On May 13
Sodiyaho:


Thanks for your response.
IRCC
Dear Sodiya Hassan O, CIC222/A06458710/NIG/A. Notofication of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada Application/Petition Acceptance. Your application for CIC is accepted and under processing. This application will be treated in accordance with the immigration and refugee protection act while the decision of your eligibility will be determined and communicated shortly. Canada Visa Office.

IRCC-IP2
This is to notify you that your application is under IP2 stage, which indicate that "Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)" is processing your background check based on the information from your profile. We will send you a message if we need morei formation. Canada Visa Office.
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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by pauloverdi: 4:04am On May 14
emeify:
Any experience or opinion on this? Loft/attic accomodation. Will it be unbearably cold in d winter?


If the attic/ loft is free and has enough room for u and yours, then by all means take it. Or else my guy find proper house. Personally i would advice any new comer to live in a condo first. There are generally fewer responsibilities for a tenant living in a condo than when you live in a standalone house or a basement (no stress of snow shovelling, lawn mowing, trash disposal etc). However if your kids are FREE RANGE raised (like mine) then u will need to use a very short leash to hold them when in a condo, because u cannot use your own to disturb another mans peace (unlike in naija). It can be a rude awakening sha��. Even the smell of that your pepper laden stew wafting tru the corridor can be construed as disturbing the peace in a condo. But if you are single or with a small family of HOUSE TRAINED kids then the condo is the way to go. Just my thoughts

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by emeify: 4:49am On May 14
It's just for me,no family.
Am just concerned about cold in d winter
Would a portable heater help much?
Dies it get cold up there? It has enough space at a good price
pauloverdi:


If the attic/ loft is free and has enough room for u and yours, then by all means take it. Or else my guy find proper house. Personally i would advice any new comer to live in a condo first. There are generally fewer responsibilities for a tenant living in a condo than when you live in a standalone house or a basement (no stress of snow shovelling, lawn mowing, trash disposal etc). However if your kids are FREE RANGE raised (like mine) then u will need to use a very short leash to hold them when in a condo, because u cannot use your own to disturb another mans peace (unlike in naija). It can be a rude awakening sha��. Even the smell of that your pepper laden stew wafting tru the corridor can be construed as disturbing the peace in a condo. But if you are single or with a small family of HOUSE TRAINED kids then the condo is the way to go. Just my thoughts
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by czaratwork: 5:13am On May 14
you are welcome.
OgechiBae:

Thanks so much dear.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by exquisef: 10:10am On May 14
Hello landed seniors

Can i travel with my passport that has less than six months validity if i have copr?

Please help as booklets hasn't reached my capturing date

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by temmytee1(f): 1:08pm On May 14
exquisef:
Hello landed seniors

Can i travel with my passport that has less than six months validity if i have copr?

Please help as booklets hasn't reached my capturing date
Yes hubby did

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by temmytee1(f): 1:20pm On May 14
exquisef:
Hello landed seniors

Can i travel with my passport that has less than six months validity if i have copr?

Please help as booklets hasn't reached my capturing date
infact if you obtain another passport i.e renew post COPR, your immigrant visa becomes invalid if you inform ircc.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by temmytee1(f): 1:29pm On May 14
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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Pharmbb(f): 1:34pm On May 14

Good day everyone, I received my PPR on May 8th and planning to book my flight for last week of July.

Can one do landing formalities in Montreal cos the Turkish Airlines flight to Calgary is via Montreal or I will do it in Calgary

Also has anyone flown Turkish Airlines? Please what's the experience like?

Thanks

Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Nekdr: 1:42pm On May 14
Hello, I actually travelled at 36weeks and the 32wks is for local . I wasn't asked and they can't even tell how many weeks you are.i was asked to go to the health center at the airport and the fit to fly you are given is what you will actually be using to board the plane.
dudujomi:
Good day seniors. Please, I would like to ask if anyone has fly Ethiopian airline at 32 weeks pregnant and above. I just called them and they said the max they carry is 32 weeks but have 36 weeks on their website. I'm presently 28 weeks and just submitted my passport last Friday. Pls I need advice on this.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by AZeD1(m): 2:25pm On May 14
temmytee1:

infact if you obtain another passport i.e renew post COPR, your immigrant visa becomes invalid
This is not true. Lots of people here have renewed their passports after COPR.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by AZeD1(m): 2:26pm On May 14
Pharmbb:

Good day everyone, I received my PPR on May 8th and planning to book my flight for last week of July.

Can one do landing formalities in Montreal cos the Turkish Airlines flight to Calgary is via Montreal or I will do it in Calgary

Also has anyone flown Turkish Airlines? Please what's the experience like?

Thanks


Yes you can do the landing formalities at Montreal.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by stonecoldcafe: 2:30pm On May 14
Can someone give me tips for the online theory part of the driving test. I practiced extensively with this website https://m.tests.ca/alberta/ and failed wella. I was truly humbled. smiley I read the PDF book a bit but i didnt finish it sha.

17dollars don go be that. I'll appreciate any tips i can get from the house. Thanks

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Demi007: 3:07pm On May 14
Im now officially a part of this thread ☺️☺️☺️ Praise God.

Also dreading my 7 hour layover (frankfurt) with an infant in the weeks to come. Phew. Excited though grin

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by raphrulz: 3:23pm On May 14
Not true pls. Can you pls quote your source of this information?

temmytee1:

infact if you obtain another passport i.e renew post COPR, your immigrant visa becomes invalid

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by GozyNA: 4:45pm On May 14
temmytee1:

infact if you obtain another passport i.e renew post COPR, your immigrant visa becomes invalid

This is the most untrue thing I've read on this thread. Do better.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by doppler06: 4:55pm On May 14
GozyNA:


This is the most untrue thing I've read on this thread. Do better.
I don’t think there was a need for “do better”
Nd he/she’s actually right though cuz someone has shared a story here before about how CIC invalidated and issued them a new copr because they had changed passports and notified CIC.
Me thinks if you renew and go with your 2 passports, you are good. But if you renew and notify CIC about a change in passport, then they recall the issued copr and tell you to send in the new passport for reissue

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by doppler06: 5:03pm On May 14
hayor2014:


ICAN/CIMA is not a MRA as such , it's just the same thing as ICAN/ACCA, WITH Cima ,you write only one paper, with ACCA you write 4 papers
Actually they are all MRAs. ICAN/ACCA or ICAN/CIMA.... so long as there is an agreed and approved pathway for a specific qualification between bodies, an MRA exists. It’s just that we don’t use the term MRAs to describe it. Same way ACCA has an MRA with ICAN wherein you only write 2/3 papers if you are ACCA qualified
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by guzenaira: 5:13pm On May 14
Pharmbb:

Good day everyone, I received my PPR on May 8th and planning to book my flight for last week of July.

Can one do landing formalities in Montreal cos the Turkish Airlines flight to Calgary is via Montreal or I will do it in Calgary

Also has anyone flown Turkish Airlines? Please what's the experience like?

Thanks


Yes you can do your landing formalities there.

Turkish is good but layover is my issue with them, some of their food was strange to me but then it will sustain a bit.

There is possibility they put you to a connecting flight of Air Canada or West jet.

I flown it mid last year anyway.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Pharmbb(f): 5:18pm On May 14

Thank you


AZeD1:


Yes you can do the landing formalities at Montreal.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Pharmbb(f): 5:20pm On May 14
Thank you very much for the insight, its highly appreciated


guzenaira:


Yes you can do your landing formalities there.

Turkish is good but layover is my issue with them, some of their food was strange to me but then it will sustain a bit.

There is possibility they put you to a connecting flight of Air Canada or West jet.

I flown it mid last year anyway.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by dudujomi: 5:27pm On May 14
Nekdr:
Hello, I actually travelled at 36weeks and the 32wks is for local . I wasn't asked and they can't even tell how many weeks you are.i was asked to go to the health center at the airport and the fit to fly you are given is what you will actually be using to board the plane.

Thank you for the response
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by 19CannyMum: 5:34pm On May 14
stonecoldcafe:
Can someone give me tips for the online theory part of the driving test. I practiced extensively with this website https://m.tests.ca/alberta/ and failed wella. I was truly humbled. smiley I read the PDF book a bit but i didnt finish it sha.

17dollars don go be that. I'll appreciate any tips i can get from the house. Thanks

AMA phone app. I have recommendation from two people who've passed the test.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by JesusBabyyy: 5:45pm On May 14
Hi Guys,

Sorry if this post is a bit off
Please who knows that moniker that advertises that they buy used household items before one relocates..
Our trip is around the corner and I need to sell off lots of items in my house.
Been searching this forum can’t find the the moniker, I know I used to see the ad.
Thanks.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Kmgb1: 6:16pm On May 14
JesusBabyyy:
Hi Guys,

Sorry if this post is a bit off
Please who knows that moniker that advertises that they buy used household items before one relocates..
Our trip is around the corner and I need to sell off lots of items in my house.
Been searching this forum can’t find the the moniker, I know I used to see the ad.
Thanks.

Try @DadR

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Nekdr: 7:02pm On May 14
You can use the app but you have to try and read the book. At least the whole of it.
stonecoldcafe:
Can someone give me tips for the online theory part of the driving test. I practiced extensively with this website https://m.tests.ca/alberta/ and failed wella. I was truly humbled. smiley I read the PDF book a bit but i didnt finish it sha.

17dollars don go be that. I'll appreciate any tips i can get from the house. Thanks
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by claseek(f): 7:07pm On May 14
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by claseek(f): 7:10pm On May 14

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by olajide21: 7:14pm On May 14
For the lovers of books, research and knowledge, i present to you The City of Calgary Public Library!

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by olajide21: 7:15pm On May 14
The Library

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by olajide21: 7:16pm On May 14
Read, borrow books etc

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by 19CannyMum: 7:40pm On May 14
Nekdr:
You can use the app but you have to try and read the book. At least the whole of it.

The good thing about the app is that you can use it to read the book. With each answer you can link to the relevant section of the book.

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