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Old Aug 28th 2005, 3:27 pm
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My relative has received my PR card, my question is

1) Can he mail it to me ? (Is it legal to mail PR Card from Canada to US?)

2) A friend of mine will be visiting Canada next week , can he bring it back to US ?

What do you think , which one will be the safest way to do it ?

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Old Aug 28th 2005, 3:40 pm
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Ask your relative to FedEx it to you. Safe, fast and legal.


Originally Posted by orazone
My relative has received my PR card, my question is

1) Can he mail it to me ? (Is it legal to mail PR Card from Canada to US?)

2) A friend of mine will be visiting Canada next week , can he bring it back to US ?

What do you think , which one will be the safest way to do it ?
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Old Aug 28th 2005, 3:46 pm
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but what if Canadian custom folks see PR Card during normal scan ?

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Ask your relative to FedEx it to you. Safe, fast and legal.
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Old Aug 28th 2005, 3:51 pm
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Originally Posted by orazone
but what if Canadian custom folks see PR Card during normal scan ?

Andrew says it's legal as far as Canada is concerned, so what's the problem?

Are you wondering what US Customs might think?



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Old Aug 28th 2005, 4:15 pm
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Thanks very much Andrew & JAJ. I really appreciate it. Yeah, i will go ahead with FedEx option.
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Old Aug 28th 2005, 4:30 pm
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Originally Posted by orazone
My relative has received my PR card, my question is

1) Can he mail it to me ? (Is it legal to mail PR Card from Canada to US?)

2) A friend of mine will be visiting Canada next week , can he bring it back to US ?

What do you think , which one will be the safest way to do it ?
Fedex it! I had my coworker carry my PR card from Canada to the US to my friend in the US, and then my friend sent to me by FEDEX all the way to the UAE!

Congratulations man!
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Same, Mr B's was DHL-ed by a friend in Calgary to him in the UK. Took <36hrs, no problems at all.
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