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Old Jun 29th 2009, 12:48 pm
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I just found out that you don't need to leave the country to now land for PR status, is this true I tried to search for it and still cant find any answers.

This would be great if I didn't need to do it again, as I just left the country to change work permits and it was a long drive to the US. Really don't fancy doing it all again.
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Old Jun 29th 2009, 1:05 pm
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No you don't need to leave - you can land 'in-land'. However, when I called for an appointment - the waiting list was around 3 months, so I was told that most people still opt to cross the border. Depends on your timelines / deadline for activating pr I guess.
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Old Jun 30th 2009, 6:08 am
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We landed "inland" too and when I made the first call it was 30th December and I got the standard "it can take 2-3 months for an appointment", so I left it until after Christmas and then called again on Monday 5th Jan, got a call back the very next day with an appointment for two days later on the Thursday.

Call them and just tell them you want to make an appointment to activate your PR visa - they'll just take your details and call you with an appointment. Or if you're downtown drop into the office on Brunswick Street and fill in a form requesting an appointment - they'll be back to you in a matter of days.

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