Passport Stamping in Buffalo - Roy, Sharon, Uniden

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Subject: Passport Stamping in Buffalo - Roy, Sharon, Uniden
  I got my PPR.

Somewhere in this forum, I read that we do not need to send the passport to the NY consulate but rather get it stamped from Buffalo in-person.

If that is the case I want to take my passport to Buffalo.

Can someone with insights into this matter give an opinion.
Thanks in advance.



[27-12-2006,14:34]
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Dan
(in reply to: Passport Stamping in Buffalo - Roy, Sharon, Uniden)
Anybody..please reply
[28-12-2006,13:01]
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Dan
(in reply to: Passport Stamping in Buffalo - Roy, Sharon, Uniden)
I think you should get detailed information about how to send your passport on PPR, in my case, it is ok by mail or in person. Hope that help!
[28-12-2006,13:17]
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Wang
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Hi,
We have been to Buffalo in person for stamping last week and it was pretty cool.We have been to the Consulate at 8 :30 AM and came out by 11:30 AM with the visa stamped.Only the principal applicant is allowed to go in to the consulate.

HTH

UK

[28-12-2006,14:21]
[***.151.21.102]
UK
(in reply to: Passport Stamping in Buffalo - Roy, Sharon, Uniden)
Thanks for your replies, Wang and UK.

Can I get it stamped from New York also?
Is it the same as doing it in Buffalo? Like same day stamping etc...

[28-12-2006,14:28]
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Dan
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I g ot my PPR from NY office. They asked me to either mail the passport and receive it back within 15 days or go in person to NY only on Thursdays and receive the passport stamped the following Thursday.

I am not sure if your file is transfered to NY office, that the Buffalo office will entertain your case.

Good Luck!!!

Roger

[28-12-2006,17:47]
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Roger
(in reply to: Passport Stamping in Buffalo - Roy, Sharon, Uniden)
Thanks for the info Roger
[28-12-2006,19:47]
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Dan
(in reply to: Passport Stamping in Buffalo - Roy, Sharon, Uniden)
Dan,

I am glad to hear about your PPR! This is good news indeed!

As for your question, the answer was probably in your passport request letter all along (please see Page 2), but with all the excitement you forgot to read it all :)

Here it is again:

Option A: Submit your passports in person

Bringing passports in person

Passports can be brought to our office:

One HSBC Centre
30th floor
Buffalo, NY


Passports may be brought in on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday between the hours of 8:00 am and 11:00 am. Bring this letter when you come.

Every effort will be made to have your passports ready to be picked up between 1:30 and 3:00 pm the same day.

You may send a representative with your passports. Your representative must have your written authorization and will be required to show photo identification.

For security reasons, the Canadian Consulate General does not allow the entry of recording or transmitting devices into the immigration waiting room or interview areas. This includes all types of cell phones.


Good Luck! :)

Uniden

[29-12-2006,13:30]
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Uniden
(in reply to: Passport Stamping in Buffalo - Roy, Sharon, Uniden)
If you plan to go to Buffalo in person,you should go either on Tuesday or Thursday.That is what mentioned in our PPR.One more suggestion,try to go early,so that you would get your visa by noon.When we went to the consulate,people who came after 10 AM or so,are told to come back in the afternoon to collect the visas.


HTH
UK

[29-12-2006,13:52]
[***.151.73.164]
UK
(in reply to: Passport Stamping in Buffalo - Roy, Sharon, Uniden)
Thanks Uniden and UK(once more).



[29-12-2006,17:09]
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