PR Card Question

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Subject: PR Card Question
  Hi,
I did enter the Canada for my PR in Nov 28th 2006. I didn´t give any address as I didn´t had one. I was reading on some website that I should give my address for my PR card withing 180 days of my entry to Canada. I just wanted to to know is that true ? Or I can give that address whenever I want may be say after 1 year of my entry ? I have my legal papers with me.
Please help !
-Su

[01-05-2007,10:32]
[**.93.23.247]
Su
(in reply to: PR Card Question)
You can give your address whenever you move to Canada. If you wait longer than 180 days, you will have to pay a $50 processing fee. That is all. Don´t worry! :)
[01-05-2007,13:49]
[**.189.128.222]
wannabecanadian
(in reply to: PR Card Question)
Where do we pay this fees ? I mean how do I do this ? is thre any websites or address to do this ? Can I enter into Canada without PR ?
Here is the info from Candian web sites.

"You may use this on-line service if:

you were advised to provide your address to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) within 180 days of your admission to Canada in order to receive a Permanent Resident (PR) Card;
your address is in Canada;
Please note that if we do not receive your address within 180 days of the date of your admission to Canada, you will have to re-apply for your PR Card and pay the applicable fee. "


-Thanks
-Su

[02-05-2007,12:47]
[**.234.0.57]
Su
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