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Should I send one more email to explain my situation and kindly ask them to expedite my study permit application?
Situation: applied in July with complete profile (non-sds, no biometrics and medical exam required)and received AIP in September. Somebody said if it’s complete profile then AIP is a full approval, but I’m not sure. I already sent multiple emails and webforms to state that I really need to go back to Canada (all my stuff and my money are in Canada). But I never mentioned that I have been living and dating with a Canadian permanent resident for more than one year (not common-law partners, cuz I don’t know how I can apply for common-law). Since now they have exempted PR’s extended family from travelling restrictions, and they will consider to let people into Canada due to humanism. I think I fulfill both of these two requirements, since I have been dating with a PR for over one year, and my boyfriend has mental issues and needs to be accompanied. Is there any chance they will consider issue PPR to me, if I include these two reasons in my explanation letter? Should I send another email?

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