Passport validity for 6 months and PPR

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Subject: Passport validity for 6 months and PPR
  When the visas are already stamped and landing papers in hand, does the 6 months validity of passport still apply at the time of landing? or is it just a requirement by CIC for issuing the visas after PPR?

In another words, at the time of landing if your passport has about 5 months left in expiration, are you good to go or in trouble coz it is less than 6 months?

Thanks.

[19-02-2007,13:54]
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Anonymous
(in reply to: Passport validity for 6 months and PPR)
I am not exactly sure, but I think it needs to be valid for 6 months at time of stamping. This means that you can land, then renew your passport afterwards.
[19-02-2007,19:59]
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Uniden
(in reply to: Passport validity for 6 months and PPR)
it´s mandatory to have a valid passport at least 6 months prior to exp. date in order to going abroad. you can renew the passport in your local embassy or consulate and put together with your old passport (the one that has PR visa). I did this many times and never had problem in custom.
goodluck.

[21-02-2007,19:26]
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frankie
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