PR renewal process - travelling allowed?

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Subject: PR renewal process - travelling allowed?
  Hello,

My situation is that me and my mom have applied for PR renewal on humanitarian grounds on 22rd July 2010 and still have not recieved any reply from the immigration as yet.

It has been nearly one month. How long is the pr renewal process going to take? why havn´t they replied?

Our PR card expired 24th July 2010.

My mom has to go back to Pakistan due to some family matters and want to know what is the process?

Will she be able to come back when the new PR card is ready?

What will she have to do in order to re-enter canada?

Please tell me ASAP.

Thank you.

Sara

[19-08-2010,23:48]
[***.206.228.235]
Sara
(in reply to: PR renewal process - travelling allowed?)
Send the card by courier

Or apply for a returning resident permit where applicable.

[21-08-2010,00:26]
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Anonymous
(in reply to: PR renewal process - travelling allowed?)
Did she request for urgent processing, see link: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/pr-card/apply-how.asp#urgent.
If not, she will have to look at applying for a travel document back. CPC is now looking at application sent in February 8, 2010 - current processing time is now 211 days.

[21-08-2010,13:46]
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Anonymous
(in reply to: PR renewal process - travelling allowed?)
whats the difference between returning resident permit and travel document?

which one should she opt for?

and no she didnt request for urgent processing...

one more question,
when will our pr renewal app processing time start?

[21-08-2010,15:00]
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Sara
Correction (in reply to: PR renewal process - travelling allowed?)
Travel document is the one!


http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/travel.asp

211 days? Wow!

[21-08-2010,15:57]
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Anonymous
(in reply to: PR renewal process - travelling allowed?)
is there a possibility that she will get her travel document rejected?

what could be the reason for rejection

[21-08-2010,22:34]
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Sara
(in reply to: PR renewal process - travelling allowed?)
Not fulfilled the residence obligation.
[22-08-2010,00:15]
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Anonymous
(in reply to: PR renewal process - travelling allowed?)
what if it is based on humanitarian grounds?
[22-08-2010,00:29]
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Sara
(in reply to: PR renewal process - travelling allowed?)
A different story.
[22-08-2010,04:17]
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Anonymous
(in reply to: PR renewal process - travelling allowed?)
ours is based on humanitarian grounds actually...so can you enlighten me on this please?
[22-08-2010,06:33]
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Sara
Processing times (in reply to: PR renewal process - travelling allowed?)
I have also been waiting for months and months. When I sent my application on Feb. 22 2010, it said the processing time was 120 days. Now it is up to 220. This is just a renewal. I have been an permanent resident for 22 years. Very frustrating. I had plan to go on a trip this summer while school was off but have been unable to travel without my PR card. I have no idea what they are doing in Sydney NS but it isn´t processing cards. In the meantime, I will apply for my Citizenship this winter. The PR cards are to difficult to deal with. Thanks Harper!
[09-09-2010,08:30]
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Shannon McGowan