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Medical results received?
11-20-2007, 07:03 PM
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Medical results received?
Hi everyone,

Its my first post in the forum. I am canadian and the app. (PR) of my wife is in process in Mexico City and on the CIC website, its written that her medical results have been received.

What does that mean??? Can someone tell me where they are in the process when they received the medical result??? Does that mean anything at all or it means that they are at (the beginning, middle, end)???

Thanks for you help

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11-20-2007, 07:57 PM
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Medical results received?
Welcome to the forum gab84, as to your question:

It just means they got the results from the medical exam that she had to do. It just the starting part of your application. IF you look on the CIC site it should give you a link to the processing times and what date they are processing up to. It can take a year to get your AIP letter.
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11-20-2007, 09:30 PM
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Medical results received?
Hi gab84: Actually, you won't be receiving the "AIP" letter that hrobins mentioned. AIP is part of the inland application process (and actually only takes 6-7 months in most cases), but you've filed an outside application - as you mentioned here, through Mexico City.

eCAS showing 'medical results received' just means that the outside visa office has requested your wife's results from the Regional Medical Center, where they were sent by the DMP. Most outside visa offices do this as soon as they get the file, so that they know whether the applicant has done the medicals. My eCAS status showed 'medical results received' the very first day I was able to log in - but they hadn't received my son's medical results. So they wrote to me within a week of receiving my file to let me kinow they didn't have his. So, see, it's done quickly for outland aps. There really isn't a way to measure the progress of the application by when they request the results, though. To know how long to expect the process to take check this processing timelines page on the CIC website. It indicates that right now Mexico City is finalizing their files within 5-9 months after receipt.

2007Apr-to Buffalo
2007May-docs request
2008Jan-refused/inadmissible over 18 "dependent"
2008Feb-filed appeal
2008Dec-ADR fails
2010Jan-appeal allowed
2010Apr-Buffalo recvs file
05Jan2011-COPR recd
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11-21-2007, 01:54 PM (This post was last modified: 11-21-2007 08:55 PM by hrobins.)
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I totally forgot that he was applying out of country. I really should start answering questions when I am not at work! Robsluv is correct about the out of country process. When I applied the first time in country, it took them a year for me to get stage 1, so I was going on that as a general rule of thumb.

gab84 here is the link that you can go to, that will tell you the process time,etc
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11-21-2007, 07:59 PM
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Medical results received?
Sorry - I have to point out that the link that hrobins provided for processing timelines is NOT for spousal applications. The link I provided in my post goes to a different page, specifically for Family Class: Spouses and Partners.
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