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1/4/2022
Topic:
Immigration procedure at initial place of arrival

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Austin2004 wrote:
Dear All,

For the COPR immigration procedure at Toronto Pearson Airport are they open 24hours? Do we need to consider what time to arrive in Toronto to ensure we can get processed? I think they should be open to process immigration arrivals so long as the airport is open. However would like to confirm if my understanding is correct?

Thank you,



1. CBSA is there for processing when any international flight arrives.
1/24/2022
Topic:
Landing Date

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ForumUser wrote:
What is the official landing date for applicants outside of Canada? Is it (A) first date of entry to Canada with COPR after COPR is issued? Or (B) date COPR is generated and mailed from the visa office to the applicant?


1, First date of entry to Canada with COPR.
1/28/2022
Topic:
Bringing money after PR

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Eugene wrote:
Hello,
I want to bring cash on my second enter to Canada after 2 years after first enter,
but I haven't decelerated that I willing to bring money in future when I landen at first time.
Will I need to pay any taxes on money that I haven't declared at first landing? Thank you very much!




1. No. Unless the funds were from investments after "landing"

2. Also, if you have an overseas residence and sell it some time after "landing" the difference in value from the date of "landing" to the date you sell, may be subject to capital gains tax.
3/1/2022
Topic:
PR CARD EXPIRED BEFORE 2 YEARS

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RIMA2022 wrote:
Hello,

My PR card expired in Sep 2020. By that time I could not apply for renewal because I had not stayed in Canada enough (2 years in 5 years).
But before the expiration of the card I came back to Canada and have settled here.
So I would like to know how I can apply for its renewal now? Is there any special thing to do?
My other question is: Does biometry needed for its renewal? I have not done it before.

Regards,

Rima2022


1. As long as you are in compliance with your RO, i.e. 2 years residence in the past 5 years, you can apply for renewal of your PR card. You have to prove your compliance.

2. Follow the instructions in the checklist, Biometrics are not required.
3/2/2022
Topic:
Sending Off PR Application While Abroad

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JR wrote:
I am a Canadian. My 2 children are Canadians. My wife is Taiwanese with a PR card. We left Canada for a 9 month trip to Taiwan on 09/2019 — a few months before the pandemic started. We have been staying in Taiwan since with fear of coming in contact with the virus. My wife’s PR card expired 09/2020. We will be returning back to Canada in 05/2022. We have already sent off the request for a PR travel document— we should be getting that in a few weeks.

My question is — can we send in the PR renewal application while we are abroad with the intent to speed up the process? We have a Canadian address, and we would physically pick up the PR card when in Canada. I am aware it takes approx 120 processing time. I am hoping to send in the PR renewal application in 03/2022 so that my wife can pick it up shortly after we arrive in Canada. I was told by the Canadian Trade Office here in Taipei that this was possible. Please confirm.


Thank you~~


1. No, you have to be physically resident in Canada to submit a PR card application.
3/22/2022
Topic:
PR card renewal

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Ruzena wrote:
Hi there,

I'm a permanent resident and my card will be expired in November 2022. I want to apply for renewal in April 2022. My question is can I travel outside of Canada while my new PR card will be in the process? I want to travel in July or August proximally for one month.

Thank you
Ruzena




1. Yes, as you return within the validity of the card, you won't require a Permanent Resident TD.
3/28/2022
Topic:
Visa For Child Born Outside Canada To PRs

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Jason_1382 wrote:
My wife, myself & my 2 children (Daughter 5 years & Son 3 years) are all Canadian PR's since Sep 2019.
We are Indian Nationals living in Singapore.
We are expecting our third child in November 2022.
We plan on moving to Canada in April 2023.
1) How can we bring our third child to Canada with us, since he/she will not be a Canadian PR? Can we immediately apply for a TRV for the new child when he/she is born and what are the chances that the TRV will be granted in 4 months?
2) Can we apply a tourist visa for the child and bring them into Canada on that ?




1. In your previous post you said that you left Canada 15 days after "landing". To maintain your PR status you must return to Canada before October 2022. To maintain your PR status you must reside in Canada for 2 years in every 5 year period.

2. If you wait until April 2023, it is unlikely your child would receive a TRV are you and your family would no longer be in compliance of your RO.
5/13/2022
Topic:
Renewal of PR status for expired PR for parents

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happy_canadian1 wrote:
Can someone please let me know the Forms that need to be filled out for renewal of PR while outside Canada ?

Thanks

Faiz


1. They can't renew their PR cards outside Canada, so there are no forms.
2. They can apply for PR Travel Document, but since they don't meet their Residency obligations, it would have to be on Humanitarian Grounds.
3. If they are refused, they will be given the right of appeal.
4. See: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/new-immigrants/pr-travel-document/how-to-apply.html
5/20/2022
Topic:
PR Card Renewal

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Jason_1382 wrote:
My wife, myself & my 2 children (Daughter 5 years & Son 3 years) are all Canadian PR's since Sep 2019.
We are Indian Nationals living in Singapore.
We have done our first entry (stayed for just 15 days in Canada).
Our PR cards expire in Oct 2024.
We plan on moving to Canada in April 2023.

Question:

1) Would this affect our PR status since we will not have 730 days of stay in Canada when our cards expire? I read online that we do not need to renew our PR cards if we do not need to leave the country and we can wait until we have the 730 days and then renew the cards. Is this possible?


1. You are leaving it to too late if you intend to return in April 2023 as you will not have met your Residency obligations. You must reside in Canada for 2 years in every 5 year period. To be able to meet your RO you must return to Canada Sept. 2022. If you don't there is a chance that you will be reported on entry for not meeting your RO.

2. If you are reported, you will have 30 days to appeal and if you lose the appeal, you lose your PR status.