what to do with COPR

Old Aug 12th 2004, 5:09 am
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When I became landed immigrant of canada, they stamped COPR (Confirmation of Permanent Resident) paper on my passport and 2 weeks later I received the actual PR Card. I am going to Hong Kong and other Asian countries next month and I was wondering if I am supposed to keep both COPR and the PR card or just the PR Card. I know PRC is a must but I am just confused wheather to leave COPR at home in a safe place or to travel with it. Any suggestions? or if anyone has experience travelling abroad without the COPR.
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Old Aug 12th 2004, 6:48 am
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Hi CanadaGuy

Originally Posted by CanadaGuy
When I became landed immigrant of canada, they stamped COPR (Confirmation of Permanent Resident) paper on my passport and 2 weeks later I received the actual PR Card. I am going to Hong Kong and other Asian countries next month and I was wondering if I am supposed to keep both COPR and the PR card or just the PR Card. I know PRC is a must but I am just confused wheather to leave COPR at home in a safe place or to travel with it. Any suggestions? or if anyone has experience travelling abroad without the COPR.
You only need your PR Card. Once you used the COPR at landing, it expired and is no longer any use.

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Old Aug 12th 2004, 11:59 am
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As far as I know COPR is not valid and required any longer after you
receive your PR card ( which simply replaces COPR as a document
proving your status in Canada ).
 

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