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    Landing with receiving COPR after March 18th

    I think your logic is correct but the instructions are ambiguous and seem contradictory. It would be helpful if, for example, they said that PAs entering to reunite with immediate family are exempt from the March 18 copr issuance date rule. We certainly know that some family class issued copr...
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    Landing with receiving COPR after March 18th

    Again, check the Warsaw thread. One PA got PPR and copr in late July and just traveled last week. I don't know if embassy said it was okay to go, don't recall. But PA is already in Canada, landed, no problem.
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    Full Name At The Time You Became Permanent Resident

    I would suggest filling out both fields since you have documents with both versions. If you wish, include a short letter of explanation explaining the difference but that there was no name change in court. Canada tends to be a bit more relaxed as common law sort of recognizes that the name you...
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    My wife has Ph.D and I have bachelor degrees in engineering. Is that too big of education gap?

    Personally I think not. Both professionals with university education. May be seen differently if lots of other red flags - which are more like yellow cards in football, in the sense that it's the accumulation of them. Also context of country and culture, factors such as arranged marriage.
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    NOVEMBER 2019 OUTLAND SPOUSAL SPONSORSHIP

    Yes, I don't think anybody understood what the confusion was.
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    NOVEMBER 2019 OUTLAND SPOUSAL SPONSORSHIP

    PPR to copr in two weeks, departed and landed about a week later.
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    Landing with receiving COPR after March 18th

    Warsaw thread.
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    Landing with receiving COPR after March 18th

    Hmmm, thought I had seen something, will try again to find. And we do have a few members who have recently done this. If you have recently received the COPR or are to receive soon, you should contac tthe visa office to see if they can clarify.
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    IRCC response to the protests

    I'm saying I think the specific demand of TRVs for everyone is delusional and harmful, as that has no chance of getting accepted; it would run counter to direct government requirements (under law) to check visitors and keep borders under some control. Sure, speak about what they should do - but...
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    NOVEMBER 2019 OUTLAND SPOUSAL SPONSORSHIP

    To make this clear - yes, in Canada already.
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    Landing with receiving COPR after March 18th

    Check the official site, I am quite certain they lifted that particular restriction, so that those with copr from later dates can enter. And a few other forum members have received and already traveled to Canada since then.
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    IRCC response to the protests

    They should also give everyone a pony. It ain't gonna happen.
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    Did anyone go to Canada as an immidiate family member?

    What was the basis of your denial? Did you make clear you were coming for family reunification and had a quarantine/self-isolation plan?
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    GCMS NOTES WELL EXPLAINED HAS NEVER BEFORE UNTIL NOW

    This came up earlier in thread. They seem to be putting a marker in database for files that have been affected by covid. We can only speculate how this may be used, but at minimum would help them search their databases to compile statistics. As far as we know should not have any negative effect...
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    NOVEMBER 2019 OUTLAND SPOUSAL SPONSORSHIP

    She already got the passport request outside Canada and copr. Perhaps you're thinking of cases where PA is already in Canada?
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    Did anyone go to Canada as an immidiate family member?

    Then you should be able to go as long as you have quarantine plans and proof of Canadian spouse etc. But you should also check with airline what they will accept. Of course, all in principle.
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    Did anyone go to Canada as an immidiate family member?

    Do you have a visa or from eta country?
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    NOVEMBER 2019 OUTLAND SPOUSAL SPONSORSHIP

    Apologies for any misunderstanding, was just trying to clarify.
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    MARCH 2020 *Outland* Spousal Sponsorship

    I'm not suggesting that they will - but for the poster, the bottom line is that they cannot be sure until they receive the AOR1. Certainly in the case of trivial errors or oversights they seem to be reasonable. But signatures - for example - have legal meaning and they can be more strict.
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    NOVEMBER 2019 OUTLAND SPOUSAL SPONSORSHIP

    My point is that it's not a technicality but a critical step. The completeness check us more important than just opening the envelope or file.