limbo right: The inexplicable delay has them facing an uncertain future and questioning whether they are being discriminated against, according to CTV. Mojtaba Eslami has lived in Canada with his wife for four years. According to participants in the movement, there are at least 200 Iranians currently awaiting word on their application and their wait times have been considerably longer than those of applicants from other countries. The couple, who reside in Calgary, applied for permanent residency 16 months ago and, to date, have not received an update regarding their status. Aside from the mental stress and uncertainty associated with it, we cannot make any long-term decisions. We are living in limbo right now, said Eslami. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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