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Mr Miller - one more question re PR Card

Mr Miller - one more question re PR Card

Old Aug 25th 2002, 4:19 am
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Andrew McNab
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Default Mr Miller - one more question re PR Card

...following from my prior questions recently...

If I enter Canada for a few days this year to officially "Land", and at the same time
apply for my PR Card, is it then legal for me to get the PR Card mailed to the UK by
a friend within Canada, and then I can use this legally to reenter Canada within an
acceptable time frame??

Or is there some legal facet I am missing here, i.e. meaning that the PR Card must
leave Canada with me at the end of the first trip and/or I would need some further
documentation to reenter Canada at a later time, even though I would be armed with
the PR Card?

Any tips to solve this final issue of confusion would be great, then I can
rest easily.

Andy
 
Old Aug 26th 2002, 3:15 am
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Andrew Miller
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Default Re: Mr Miller - one more question re PR Card

You are missing something - when you land you must prove that you are coming to
Canada to establish your permanent residence here, not just "land". As for mailing
the Card by your friend to you in UK - I really don't know. But law states clearly
that PR Card cannot be delivered to the address outside Canada - how it will be
interpreted remains to be seen.

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"Andrew McNab" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
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...
    > ...following from my prior questions recently...
    > If I enter Canada for a few days this year to officially "Land", and at the same
    > time apply for my PR Card, is it then legal for me to get the PR Card mailed to the
    > UK by a friend within Canada, and then I can use this legally to reenter Canada
    > within an acceptable time frame??
    > Or is there some legal facet I am missing here, i.e. meaning that the PR Card must
    > leave Canada with me at the end of the first trip and/or I would need some further
    > documentation to reenter Canada at a later time, even though I would be armed with
    > the PR Card?
    > Any tips to solve this final issue of confusion would be great, then I can
    > rest easily.
    > Andy
 

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