This is good news of course!
Tough.. I got a letter sent to my home address back in Holland (family scanned/emailed it to me) saying my sponsor has to pay The Right Of Permanent Resicence fee (Thats the 490 per applicant right?
I paid all of it all ready tough.. Or does it neccessarily have to be the sponsor paying?)
And it says that I have to submit my original valid passport with it
(and send it to Mississauga)
Then I cant stay in Canada right? (without my passport) Or is it ok, since me and my passport will both be within Canada?
1) Yes, the RPRF is the $490. If you've already paid it, you don't have to again. It would be wise to, perhaps, send them a copy of your receipt as proof that you already paid it though.
2) You may want to check with other applicants from Berlin (or just in a separate thread of your own) about where to send your passport. It's not likely that you have to mail your passport to Mississauga. What's more likely is that they want you to pay the $490 (if you haven't already) to Mississauga, while mailing the proof of that + your passport to Berlin. Mississauga isn't the office that issues PR visas.
3) No matter where you mail your passport to, you do not have to leave Canada just because you don't have your passport on you. As long as you have valid status in Canada, you can stay while you wait for them to return your passport to you with your PR visa attached. Just make sure that if they are going to mail it to your address in Holland, you have someone reliable courier it to you ASAP. It's normal procedure to mail off your passport to your visa office while you are in Canada; plenty of people do this. Just don't try to leave until you have it back in your hands, since you'll need it for traveling.