My wife submitted our EE profile in Mar’19 for the Canada PR including me as her spouse. We got the ITA around April but we declined the invitation as we weren’t ready with the documents. However, we had our medical exam done around the same time in April’19 but we never submitted it as my wife’s passport got lost while trying to obtain the PCC from the Indian consulate in SFO. We got the ITA again last month and we are planning to submit all documents this time before her EE profile expires in Mar (due to 1 year validity). Our deadline for submitting all the documents is mid-Feb. I would appreciate it if anyone could help clear out our concerns below?
Can we submit our PR application despite our medical test expiring in late April? We do not have enough time to get another medical exam done right now as it is tough to get an appointment with the designated physician and obtain the medical results within the mid-Feb submission deadline. I understand that the medical test needs to be valid for Canada to issue a landing visa. We will be able to redo the medical test by Mar/April. But will the immigration team give us the opportunity to re-submit a new medical report after submitting the PR application? I’m not sure if we can ask for an extension of our deadline to submit the new medical documents as her EE profile will expire soon after in March
As my wife lost her passport, the passport details mentioned in the EE profile will be different from the passport mentioned in the PR application. Can we justify this change by submitting an explanation letter? She also lost her H1B visa with the passport and is yet to have it re-stamped from the US embassy. Does that lead to any negative impact?
Can anyone point me to a link explaining the effect of choosing a specific province/multiple provinces as a choice of residence when submitting the application?
Her passport also had a Canada visitor visa that is about to expire by end of September this year. We have been communicating with the Canadian immigration team since but still haven’t been able to obtain a replacement visitor visa as they have been very slow to respond. We plan to stop the pursuit and instead put our efforts to getting our PR done. Should we expect this to backfire and impact our PR application in any way?