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How can I get the replacement of my Landed immigrant docs

Old Apr 1st 2003, 10:49 am
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Mahabhenki
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Default How can I get the replacement of my Landed immigrant docs

I am in US and have lost my Indian passport with landed immgrant
Paper . How can I get a replacement for it . I went to the seattle
canadian consulate and they told me to contact New delhi consulate
where it was issued .

How can I enter canada .
How can I do my canadian paperwork from here .

What are my options

Thanks for any help in this time of need .
 
Old Apr 1st 2003, 11:55 am
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Meg Lamont
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Default Re: How can I get the replacement of my Landed immigrant docs

When my passport was stolen, I when I returned to Canada, at the airport, I
explained to the immigration officer the situation that my passport had been
stolen along with my landing document. They took me into the area to talk to
another officer to question me about my status. They wanted to know when I
landed, where I lived and a few other things I don't remember. Apparently
they verified it by looking me up in there system, and then they told me I
would need to replace my landing document and told me the location to so. I
don't know if it will be the same for you, but it might be worth it to show
up at the border and talk to immigration.

Best of luck!

Meg


"Mahabhenki" wrote in message
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    > I am in US and have lost my Indian passport with landed immgrant
    > Paper . How can I get a replacement for it . I went to the seattle
    > canadian consulate and they told me to contact New delhi consulate
    > where it was issued .
    > How can I enter canada .
    > How can I do my canadian paperwork from here .
    > What are my options
    > Thanks for any help in this time of need .
 
Old Apr 1st 2003, 3:56 pm
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Pmm
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Default Re: How can I get the replacement of my Landed immigrant docs

Hi Mahab

"Meg Lamont" wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > When my passport was stolen, I when I returned to Canada, at the airport,
I
    > explained to the immigration officer the situation that my passport had
been
    > stolen along with my landing document. They took me into the area to talk
to
    > another officer to question me about my status. They wanted to know when I
    > landed, where I lived and a few other things I don't remember. Apparently
    > they verified it by looking me up in there system, and then they told me I
    > would need to replace my landing document and told me the location to so.
I
    > don't know if it will be the same for you, but it might be worth it to
show
    > up at the border and talk to immigration.
    > Best of luck!
    > Meg
    > "Mahabhenki" wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    > > I am in US and have lost my Indian passport with landed immgrant
    > > Paper . How can I get a replacement for it . I went to the seattle
    > > canadian consulate and they told me to contact New delhi consulate
    > > where it was issued .
    > >
    > > How can I enter canada .
    > > How can I do my canadian paperwork from here .
    > >
    > > What are my options
    > >
    > > Thanks for any help in this time of need .

Seattle gave you the wrong information. Tell them that you want a
replacement copy of your IMM 1000, the cost is $30 Canadian. Tell them to
check the IR Manual.

PMM
 

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