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    Permanent resident TRAVEL DOCUMENT PROCESSING TIMES

    I have a passport from visa exempt country and my husband does not. Both mine and his application were done at the same time.
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    Permanent resident TRAVEL DOCUMENT PROCESSING TIMES

    In Vienna it's a normal processing time. I also send them an email before going there. They said in the email it usually takes one day. We arrived around 9 am. Did the application. They told us to come back at 3pm the same day and the passports were ready for us at that time. Only check with...
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    Permanent resident TRAVEL DOCUMENT PROCESSING TIMES

    In Vienna you don't need to book your appointment. You just show up with your application already prepared between 8.30-10 am. In Rome, I don't know. We tried to reach someone from the embassy, but no luck. That was because Travel Doc is done through a VAC center that is nearby. So you may...
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    Permanent resident TRAVEL DOCUMENT PROCESSING TIMES

    Another thing It doesn't matter if you are from visa exempt country or not, you need to do the travel document in order to keep the permanent residency.
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    Permanent resident TRAVEL DOCUMENT PROCESSING TIMES

    Hi, we managed to obtain the travel document in the embassy in Vienna, Austria. It takes ONE DAY: you show up in the morning (8.00-10.30h) with the documents and return in the afternoon to pick it up. Before that we tried to do it in the embassy in Rome, Italy. However, in Rome, the embassy...
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    Permanent resident TRAVEL DOCUMENT PROCESSING TIMES

    I hold a passport from visa exempt country (croatian), but my husband does not (argentinian). I understood that all PR residents must have either PR card or the Travel document. Thanks !
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    Permanent resident TRAVEL DOCUMENT PROCESSING TIMES

    Hi everyone, My husband and I have just recently got our PR status (in April). We will have to leave the country probably before our PR card arrives. We learnt that in order to return to Canada without the PR card, once abroad we must obtain the travel document. We will most likely try to do...