The date that was on the PPR is the date you have to submit the PP by is this the date your refering to?When you recieve your passport back along with the COPR letter there will be a date on that letter telling you when your COPR expires and you have to land before that date.
Part of the letter received.....
Your application for permanent residence in Canada appears to be ready for visa issuance. Your
permanent resident visa can only be issued at our office in Detroit. It is not possible to have it printed at
Based on the validity date of your medical examination results, your immigrant visa will be
valid to JUNE 13, 2012, assuming that your passport(s) do not expire prior to that date. The visa
expiry date cannot be extended. If you fail to provide the passport, your application will be closed when
the medical validity has expired. We encourage you to submit your passport as soon as possible to
allow you adequate time to prepare for your move to Canada. If you allow your visa to expire without
having entered Canada, you will be able to reapply for permanent residence in Canada, and a new
application and a new processing fee will be required. Any new application will be assessed according
to the Canadian Immigration Legislation in force at the time that the new application is filed. There is
no guarantee a future application will be successful.
Please submit your valid passport Please detach any expired passport(s) from the valid
passport(s) that you send to our office. Applicants who send their documents by mail must provide a
return address in Canada or the United States to which their passport(s) can be returned (see the
“Document Return Procedure” page attached to this letter). If you do not have a mailing address in
Canada or the United States, you must deliver your passport(s) in person, Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to
12 noon. Your passport will be ready for pick up in ten business days.