Question pertaining to Right of Landing

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Subject: Question pertaining to Right of Landing
  Hey all.
Thanks for your help with my previous question. What I´d like to know now is- once you get all the papers how much time are you given to do the right of landing thing? Are you supposed to land in Canada as soon as your papers are approved and sent to you or do they give you some time? Thanks guys.

[09-11-2006,20:29]
[**.169.145.177]
sk
(in reply to: Question pertaining to Right of Landing)
They do give you some time; usually up to a year past your medicals. It will be clearly stated on your COPR.
[09-11-2006,21:54]
[**.24.116.116]
wannabecanadian
(in reply to: Question pertaining to Right of Landing)
When issued in your passport, your immigration visa will have an expiration date. This is the date you must land by. It is approximately 1 year after completion of your medical exam.
[09-11-2006,21:54]
[**.53.231.75]
Richard
(in reply to: Question pertaining to Right of Landing)
Right--the date is on your visa, not COPR. Sorry.
[10-11-2006,13:44]
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wannabecanadian
(in reply to: Question pertaining to Right of Landing)
Wannabe and I were answering at the same time with same response. All this info. should help you.
[10-11-2006,14:55]
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Richard
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