THank you very much for the info PMM!
I am surprised I have not seen information on cic.gc.ca page under canadian experience class immigration about "landing" in any of their descriptions including "what happens after applying" or how to obtain the pr card, etc... and their letter only says the following:
"Visa and Confirmation of Permanent Residence (IMM 5688) Validity
The issuance of your visa(s) cannot be delayed so it is important for you to submit your passport(s) and pay the RPRF as soon as possible, if you have not already done so. An expiration date (dd/mm/yy) will be indicated on your visa and/or on your Confirmation of Permanent Residence (CoPR – IMM 5688), and you must obtain permanent residence on or before that date. The visas and CoPR cannot be extended. If you are not prepared to live permanently in Canada immediately after your permanent residence is granted, please consult the CIC website regarding your obligations to retain your status in Canada.
If you are a citizen of a country that is required to obtain a visa to visit Canada, you are required to submit your original passport and the original passport of any accompanying family member. If you are a citizen from a country that is exempted to obtain a visa to visit Canada under Regulation 190 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, you are only required to send a copy of your passport and of the passport of any accompanying family member."
So, since I am exempt from visitors visa I wont have to send in my passport only a copy, fine; so Do they mean that Confirmation of Permanent Residence wont be "stamped" into my passport, but will be sent to me to my current canadian address in the form of a "document" (not the pr card)? and once I obtain this document, then I make an appointment as per you indicated with the call centre for "landing" etc...?
thanks again for your help!
Could I please know when you applied for your PR? and did you get the passport request from Seattle, Detroit or Ottawa. Would kindly appreciate your feedback