Permanent Resident Card Application

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Subject: Permanent Resident Card Application

The Permanent Resident Card is the official proof of your status as a permanent resident in Canada.

This wallet-sized plastic card is required for all permanent residents of Canada seeking to re-enter Canada on a commercial carrier (airplane, boat, train or bus).

Since June 2002, all new permanent residents automatically receive their first Permanent Resident  Card as part of the immigration process.

If you are a current permanent resident you may apply for a PR Card if you:

received permanent resident status before June 28, 2002;
became a permanent resident on or after June 28, 2002 but did not receive a PR Card at that time; or
need to replace an expired, lost or stolen PR Card.
You must be in Canada to collect in-person your PR Card from the CIC local office at your area. If you are outside of Canada and your PR Card expired you need to apply for a travel document at the nearest Canadian visa office.

Residency Obligation is the legal requirement (section 28 of IRPA) a permanent resident of Canada must meet to retain their status. From the time  permanent residence is confirmed, a total of 730 days of residence in each 5 years period is required. Not meeting this residency requirement can lead to loss of permanent resident status. Following a final determination by an immigration officer to revoke permanent resident status, the permanent resident has the right of appeal to the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada.

(in reply to: Permanent Resident Card Application)
You copied and pasted a piece of information out of the CIC official website and in the header, you are using the website of your firm?

Pretty lame, if you ask me.

guess what (in reply to: Permanent Resident Card Application)
I am not asking you
HAHAHHAA (in reply to: Permanent Resident Card Application)
200.00 for you to spend 10 minutes filling out a simple form.

PLUS they PAID you and still have the privilege of compiling the information anyway.

I hope you are next in line for government investigation into these type of firms.

They got one in Halifax a couple of weeks ago.
i have taken the liberty of assisting you in your attempts at being recognized ;)

Bamao (in reply to: Permanent Resident Card Application)
PLUS they PAID you and still have the privilege of compiling the information anyway.

Like with any immigration application the consultant´s fee should include knowing the personal details of the client so he can complete the form for them.....

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