Обновлённое время обработки заявок на иммиграцию [ожидает перевода]

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Immigration Canada provides updated processing timelines during COVID

Canada’s immigration department recently updated its processing timelines to reflect its operational capacity during the pandemic.

Permanent residence

IRCC says it is working at full capacity to process permanent residency applications. However, COVID-19 caused a backlog in applications, so you may experience some delays.

At the time of writing, IRCC said it was finalizing most of the Canadian Experience Class applications they received between May 24 and May 30, 2020, meaning decision-makers are working on applications that they received about 10 months ago.

PR Cards

New PR cards are currently being processed in about 125 days, and renewals are taking about 80 days.
However, we recommend you use the online status tool to see the exact status of your application.

If you cannot check the online tool, try IRCC’s webpage.

Family
 

Program

Application type

IRCC Status

Spousal, common-law, dependent child sponsorship

Inland

Finalizing most applications received between Sept. 29 and Oct. 5, 2019.

Spousal, common-law, dependent child sponsorship

Outland

Finalizing most applications received between May 26 and June 1, 2019.

Parents and Grandparents

 

Check online account.

Adoptive child or other relative

 

Check online account.

 

 

 

 

Temporary workers
 

Work Permit Type

Online or Paper

Eligible for Global Skills Strategy

IRCC Status

Work Permit Outside Canada

Online

Yes

Finalizing most applications received between September 20 and 26, 2020.

Work Permit Outside Canada

Online

No

Check online account.

Work Permit Outside Canada

Paper

 

Can't give accurate processing time.

Work permit inside Canada (initial, extensions and changes)

Online

 

Finalizing most applications received between December 13 and 19, 2020.

Work permit inside Canada (initial, extensions and changes)

Paper

 

Finalizing most applications received between December 13 and 19, 2020.

For asylum claimants

Online

 

Finalizing most applications received between December 6 and 12, 2020.

For asylum claimants

Paper

 

Finalizing most applications received between December 6 and 12, 2020.

 

Students

IRCC is currently finalizing most study permit applications received between December 13 and December 19, 2020. This includes applications for study permits, study permit extensions, and work permits for students. Complex applications may take longer to process.

Important reminder: under the current travel restrictions, study permit holders can only come to Canada if they are going to a Designated Learning Institution with an approved COVID-19 readiness plan, or if they had their study permit approved before March 18, 2020.

Visitors
Visitor visas (from inside Canada) are currently being processed in about 70 days. Processing time for visitor visa applications made outside of Canada varies based on the country of application. 


More detailed information about processing times for different types of applications you can find here