Renewing ARC: Deadline question

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Re: Renewing ARC: Deadline question

Postby aim » 12 Apr 2011, 14:54

My ARC expires June 27 2011 (due to my passport expiration date.. however I am a full time employee here) .. if I am not wrong they say in teh immigration office that in order to renew the ARC someone shoul apply something like at least 3 months beofre the expiration day of the ARC. Now it is April.. if i go there am i too early? Will they renew my ARC or should i go later. My boss has provide me all the necessary documents.
Also... my bad and i should have dealt with it earlier... but in January i renew my passport in my home-country. When i entered the country i showed bith of them, so everything ok. However, I have not yet informed the Immigration of this change and I was planning to do so alongside my ARC extension. I guess there is a fine... do you happen to know how much is it?
Thanks
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Re: dependents arc

Postby mylife » 15 Aug 2012, 12:34

Hi
I would like to know if dependents arc are cancelled immediately after the main arc holder quit his job?

My husband is a foreigner and his arc was cancelled..where does that leave me as his dependent?
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Re: dependents arc

Postby bismarck » 15 Aug 2012, 14:27

mylife wrote:Hi
I would like to know if dependents arc are cancelled immediately after the main arc holder quit his job?

My husband is a foreigner and his arc was cancelled..where does that leave me as his dependent?

Cancelled, unless you can secure one on your own somehow.
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