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2018 Spousal Sponsorship in-land Applications: timeline and updates

melito

Hero Member
Jul 28, 2017
616
330
Montréal
Category........
QSW
Visa Office......
CPC-Ottawa
App. Filed.......
23-12-2016
AOR Received.
27-02-2017
Med's Request
05-04-2017
Med's Done....
08-04-2017
Passport Req..
09-02-2018
VISA ISSUED...
15-05-2018
LANDED..........
17-05-2018
how does AIP letter look like? i saw that you receive AIP and SA letter at the same time
This is what our letter said. It was in french.

IUC: XXXX-XXXX
Demande: FXXXXXXXXX - INLAND SCLP

La présente lettre fait suite à votre demande de résidence permanente dans la catégorie époux
ou conjoints de fait au Canada.
Votre demande en vue d’obtenir le statut de résident permanent en qualité de membre de
la catégorie des époux ou conjoints de fait au Canada a été jugée recevable. Toutefois,
une décision définitive ne sera pas rendue tant que vous n’avez pas satisfait à toutes les autres
exigences concernant l’obtention de ce statut, notamment les vérifications en matière de
sécurité.
À quel moment dois-je communiquer avec IRCC?
Vous devez informer IRCC de tout changement concernant votre demande. Par exemple :
 un changement de statut au Canada: vous devez soumettre une déclaration écrite à ce
bureau et inclure des preuves pour indiquer le statut au Canada de toutes les personnes
dans votre demande de résidence permanente;
 un changement de vos circonstances personnelles, telles que la naissance ou l’adoption
d’un enfant, le décès d’un membre de la famille, un mariage ou un divorce;
 Si vous avez un enfant, vous devez spécifier si oui ou non il / elle doit être ajouté(e)
à cette demande. Si cet enfant est un citoyen canadien ou un résident permanent,
veuillez fournir une copie du document qui démontre le statut au Canada (p. ex.,
certificat de naissance, carte de citoyenneté, carte de résidence permanente).
 un changement concernant les coordonnées de la personne concernée (courriel, adresse
postale et numéro de téléphone);
 une nomination ou un changement concernant votre représentant de l’immigration ou la
personne désignée; et/ou
 la décision de retirer votre demande.
Coordonnées
Pour des informations sur les programmes et les services d’IRCC, les formulaires de demande
ou les mises à jour générales sur l’état d’avancement de votre demande, veuillez visiter notre
site Web, à www.cic.gc.ca. Pour contacter ce bureau ainsi que pour recevoir des
renseignements supplémentaires concernant la prochaine étape, veuillez vous référez au site
Web «Après avoir présenté une demande» au
www.cic.gc.ca/francais/immigrer/parrainer/epoux-demande-apres.asp.
Immigration, Réfugiés Immigration, Refugees
et Citoyenneté Canada and Citizenship Canada
Case Processing Centre Mississauga Centre de Traitement des Demandes Mississauga
Website: www.cic.gc.ca Site web: www.cic.gc.ca
Comment puis-je vérifier l’état de ma demande?
Pour vérifier l’état de votre demande sur le site Web d’IRCC, vous pouvez utiliser votre
identificateur unique de client (IUC), inscrit dans le coin gauche supérieur de la présente lettre.
Veuillez vous rendre à www.cic.gc.ca/francais/index.asp et, dans la partie droite de la page,
sous la rubrique « J’aimerais », cliquez sur « Vérifier l’état d’une demande ».
Quel est le délai de traitement de ma demande?
Les délais de traitement varient. Vous pouvez consulter les délais de traitement en consultant le
site Web d’IRCC à www.cic.gc.ca/francais/information/delais/perm-cf.asp. Veuillez prendre note
qu’en raison du volume élevé de demandes que reçoivent notre bureau et les bureaux des
visas canadiens, nous ne fournissons généralement pas de rapport de situation à moins que le
délai de traitement d’un dossier dépasse les normes de services décrites sur le site Web
d’IRCC.
Et si mon adresse change?
Vous devez signaler immédiatement tout changement d’adresse postale, de numéro de
téléphone ou d’adresse électronique. Tout changement d’adresse doit être fait par l’entremise
de notre service en ligne : www.cic.gc.ca/francais/information/change-adresse.asp. Le fait de ne
pas fournir une adresse à jour ou exacte pourrait allonger la durée de traitement de votre
demande.
Veuillez agréer l’expression de nos sentiments distingués.
Agent
Centre de traitement des demandes de Mississauga
 

MinMin13

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Mar 9, 2019
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This is what our letter said. It was in french.

IUC: XXXX-XXXX
Demande: FXXXXXXXXX - INLAND SCLP

La présente lettre fait suite à votre demande de résidence permanente dans la catégorie époux
ou conjoints de fait au Canada.
Votre demande en vue d’obtenir le statut de résident permanent en qualité de membre de
la catégorie des époux ou conjoints de fait au Canada a été jugée recevable. Toutefois,
une décision définitive ne sera pas rendue tant que vous n’avez pas satisfait à toutes les autres
exigences concernant l’obtention de ce statut, notamment les vérifications en matière de
sécurité.
À quel moment dois-je communiquer avec IRCC?
Vous devez informer IRCC de tout changement concernant votre demande. Par exemple :
 un changement de statut au Canada: vous devez soumettre une déclaration écrite à ce
bureau et inclure des preuves pour indiquer le statut au Canada de toutes les personnes
dans votre demande de résidence permanente;
 un changement de vos circonstances personnelles, telles que la naissance ou l’adoption
d’un enfant, le décès d’un membre de la famille, un mariage ou un divorce;
 Si vous avez un enfant, vous devez spécifier si oui ou non il / elle doit être ajouté(e)
à cette demande. Si cet enfant est un citoyen canadien ou un résident permanent,
veuillez fournir une copie du document qui démontre le statut au Canada (p. ex.,
certificat de naissance, carte de citoyenneté, carte de résidence permanente).
 un changement concernant les coordonnées de la personne concernée (courriel, adresse
postale et numéro de téléphone);
 une nomination ou un changement concernant votre représentant de l’immigration ou la
personne désignée; et/ou
 la décision de retirer votre demande.
Coordonnées
Pour des informations sur les programmes et les services d’IRCC, les formulaires de demande
ou les mises à jour générales sur l’état d’avancement de votre demande, veuillez visiter notre
site Web, à www.cic.gc.ca. Pour contacter ce bureau ainsi que pour recevoir des
renseignements supplémentaires concernant la prochaine étape, veuillez vous référez au site
Web «Après avoir présenté une demande» au
www.cic.gc.ca/francais/immigrer/parrainer/epoux-demande-apres.asp.
Immigration, Réfugiés Immigration, Refugees
et Citoyenneté Canada and Citizenship Canada
Case Processing Centre Mississauga Centre de Traitement des Demandes Mississauga
Website: www.cic.gc.ca Site web: www.cic.gc.ca
Comment puis-je vérifier l’état de ma demande?
Pour vérifier l’état de votre demande sur le site Web d’IRCC, vous pouvez utiliser votre
identificateur unique de client (IUC), inscrit dans le coin gauche supérieur de la présente lettre.
Veuillez vous rendre à www.cic.gc.ca/francais/index.asp et, dans la partie droite de la page,
sous la rubrique « J’aimerais », cliquez sur « Vérifier l’état d’une demande ».
Quel est le délai de traitement de ma demande?
Les délais de traitement varient. Vous pouvez consulter les délais de traitement en consultant le
site Web d’IRCC à www.cic.gc.ca/francais/information/delais/perm-cf.asp. Veuillez prendre note
qu’en raison du volume élevé de demandes que reçoivent notre bureau et les bureaux des
visas canadiens, nous ne fournissons généralement pas de rapport de situation à moins que le
délai de traitement d’un dossier dépasse les normes de services décrites sur le site Web
d’IRCC.
Et si mon adresse change?
Vous devez signaler immédiatement tout changement d’adresse postale, de numéro de
téléphone ou d’adresse électronique. Tout changement d’adresse doit être fait par l’entremise
de notre service en ligne : www.cic.gc.ca/francais/information/change-adresse.asp. Le fait de ne
pas fournir une adresse à jour ou exacte pourrait allonger la durée de traitement de votre
demande.
Veuillez agréer l’expression de nos sentiments distingués.
Agent
Centre de traitement des demandes de Mississauga

Thank you very much. I received a letter too, in english, but the information not quite like you so maybe mine is not the AIP

"This refers to the Application for Permanent Residence you made under the Spouse or Common-Law Partner in Canada Class. It has been determined that you meet the eligibility requirements to apply for permanent residence as a member of the spouse or common-law partner in Canada class. Please note that a final decision will not be made until all remaining requirements for becoming a permanent resident have been met. These requirements include medical, security and background checks for you and, if applicable, all of your family members, both in Canada and abroad, even if they are not applying to join you in Canada at this time. You cannot become a permanent resident until you and all your family members have met these requirements. IMPORTANT: Passports for yourself and your family members must be valid for the duration of your stay in Canada."
 

Osmel86

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Nov 23, 2017
183
40
Cuba
Good Morning here guys...I have doubt..When filling up the file IMM0008..What should I write here on:
How many family members, including you, are in this application.
Should I write 1 or 2? Should I count my wife too? Thanks in advance
 

melito

Hero Member
Jul 28, 2017
616
330
Montréal
Category........
QSW
Visa Office......
CPC-Ottawa
App. Filed.......
23-12-2016
AOR Received.
27-02-2017
Med's Request
05-04-2017
Med's Done....
08-04-2017
Passport Req..
09-02-2018
VISA ISSUED...
15-05-2018
LANDED..........
17-05-2018
Thank you very much. I received a letter too, in english, but the information not quite like you so maybe mine is not the AIP

"This refers to the Application for Permanent Residence you made under the Spouse or Common-Law Partner in Canada Class. It has been determined that you meet the eligibility requirements to apply for permanent residence as a member of the spouse or common-law partner in Canada class. Please note that a final decision will not be made until all remaining requirements for becoming a permanent resident have been met. These requirements include medical, security and background checks for you and, if applicable, all of your family members, both in Canada and abroad, even if they are not applying to join you in Canada at this time. You cannot become a permanent resident until you and all your family members have met these requirements. IMPORTANT: Passports for yourself and your family members must be valid for the duration of your stay in Canada."
This is AIP
 
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melito

Hero Member
Jul 28, 2017
616
330
Montréal
Category........
QSW
Visa Office......
CPC-Ottawa
App. Filed.......
23-12-2016
AOR Received.
27-02-2017
Med's Request
05-04-2017
Med's Done....
08-04-2017
Passport Req..
09-02-2018
VISA ISSUED...
15-05-2018
LANDED..........
17-05-2018
Good Morning here guys...I have doubt..When filling up the file IMM0008..What should I write here on:
How many family members, including you, are in this application.
Should I write 1 or 2? Should I count my wife too? Thanks in advance
https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/application/application-forms-guides/complete-0008-5669.html
Using the guide will help you with these questions. The answer is on that page. It will also provide definitions of terms.
Question 3

Enter the total number of family members included in your application. This includes yourself and any family members, regardless of whether they intend to accompany you to Canada or not.

For refugee claimants in Canada only: Enter the total number of family members included in your application for refugee protection who are with you in Canada.
 
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Osmel86

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183
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Cuba
https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/application/application-forms-guides/complete-0008-5669.html
Using the guide will help you with these questions. The answer is on that page. It will also provide definitions of terms.
Question 3

Enter the total number of family members included in your application. This includes yourself and any family members, regardless of whether they intend to accompany you to Canada or not.

For refugee claimants in Canada only: Enter the total number of family members included in your application for refugee protection who are with you in Canada.
Thank you very much
 

Gargoyle_Queen

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Dec 15, 2018
142
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This is AIP
Salut Melito , j'ai envoyé une demande comme toi pour rectifier la première date d entrée au Canada , est-ce que t'as reçu des nouvelles , de mon coté c rien , même pas une notification de réception du dossier ou début de traitement. Merci
 

melito

Hero Member
Jul 28, 2017
616
330
Montréal
Category........
QSW
Visa Office......
CPC-Ottawa
App. Filed.......
23-12-2016
AOR Received.
27-02-2017
Med's Request
05-04-2017
Med's Done....
08-04-2017
Passport Req..
09-02-2018
VISA ISSUED...
15-05-2018
LANDED..........
17-05-2018
Salut Melito , j'ai envoyé une demande comme toi pour rectifier la première date d entrée au Canada , est-ce que t'as reçu des nouvelles , de mon coté c rien , même pas une notification de réception du dossier ou début de traitement. Merci
I don't think they send an acknowledgment of receipt, I don't recall ever getting one. Processing times are 6 months (https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/application/check-processing-times.html). I received mine after about 6 months. Basically you have to forget about this until in 6 months time. You are already a PR anyway, you don't need a new stress in your life
 
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vigneshwaran

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Hi Guys,

I sponsored my wife Inland. applied on Jan 24th 2019 without the application for owp as she came to canada in work permit after marriage and that was valid until dec 22, 2019. Received additional proof of cohab request in May and no updates after that.
But then we panicked and applied for OWP online on November 23 2019 as there were no updates on PR.

Today we called IRCC to confirm the OWP application and the category. But they said we should have sent it in mail and not online.
Only the PR applicants who have AIP should have applied online. We are confused as what to do right now.
Can you guys please help on this?
 

ConfusedJ

Star Member
May 10, 2018
54
28
NWT
Category........
FAM
App. Filed.......
14-08-2018
AOR Received.
07-09-2018
Med's Request
16-11-2018
Med's Done....
07-12-2018
Hi Guys,

I sponsored my wife Inland. applied on Jan 24th 2019 without the application for owp as she came to canada in work permit after marriage and that was valid until dec 22, 2019. Received additional proof of cohab request in May and no updates after that.
But then we panicked and applied for OWP online on November 23 2019 as there were no updates on PR.

Today we called IRCC to confirm the OWP application and the category. But they said we should have sent it in mail and not online.
Only the PR applicants who have AIP should have applied online. We are confused as what to do right now.
Can you guys please help on this?
You should be ok to send it by mail, the sooner the better keeping in mind that you want it to reach the office within 90 days since the expiration of her permit. Or you can leave it and wait for landing interview but she won't be able to work in the mid term
 
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MinMin13

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I don't think they send an acknowledgment of receipt, I don't recall ever getting one. Processing times are 6 months (https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/application/check-processing-times.html). I received mine after about 6 months. Basically you have to forget about this until in 6 months time. You are already a PR anyway, you don't need a new stress in your life
I received this, what do I need to prepare? And what is this "the document entitled: “Confirmation of Permanent Residence” i did not receive this yet

Dear Sir/Madam,

We are ready to issue your Confirmation of Permanent Residence (CoPR).

In order to finalize your permanent residence, you may present yourself to the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) office listed below within 30 days from the date of this notice:

Office

Address

Opening hours for Granting of Permanent Residence (Except on statutory holidays)

Montreal

1025, rue St-Jacques
Montreal, QC
H3C 1G8

Monday: 7:30 AM to 4: 30 PM

Tuesday: 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Wednesday: 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Thursday: 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM

Friday: 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Saturday: 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM

Sunday: Closed

In order to be admitted to an IRCC office, clients must:

  • Present this notice (electronic copy or printed version is acceptable);
  • Provide all original documents stated below:
· A valid passport or travel document. If you were previously advised that you are exempt from the passport requirement, bring other documents establishing your identity;

· The "Québec selection certificate" issued by the Ministère de l'Immigration, Diversité et Inclusion (MIDI);

· Two photographs are required for you and each person in your family in Canada included in your permanent residence application. Follow the link for more specifications: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/prcard.asp

· IMPORTANT: Remember to bring with you the document entitled: “Confirmation of Permanent Residence” (2 copies). IF ALREADY IN YOUR POSESSION.

Please note:

  • If you are sponsored, it is mandatory that your sponsor attends the interview with you.
  • If you do not have all the documents mentioned above, your application for permanent residence will not be finalized
  • If you believe that you will require the services of an interpreter, you are responsible for hiring/finding an interpreter and ensuring that they attend the interview with you.
  • Only the following persons will be allowed admittance with the clients: Representative (lawyer, certified consultant OR accompanying person) Child/children OR dependent(s)
  • Representatives and accompanying persons must provide a piece of photo identification.
Payment of the Right of Permanent Residence Fees

  • Fees in the amount of 490.00$ per adult who is subject to permanent residency must be paid, prior to obtaining Canadian permanent resident status. This also includes the members of your family registered in your application who are living outside of Canada.
  • If you have already paid the fees before this invitation letter, please bring the proof of payment
  • If you are an applicant mentioned below, you do not have to pay this fee:
    • Dependent children of the principal applicant or sponsor;
    • Protected persons, including Convention refugees.
Please note that we no longer process payments at IRCC Montreal.

If you have not already paid the fees, you must do so prior to your interview. You may do so by following the hyperlink below to make your payment and printing the receipt, not the confirmation page: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/fees/result.asp?countrySelect=CA&lob=rprf

When you arrive at the IRCC office in Montreal to become a PR, you will be interviewed by an immigration officer. Each person will then be asked to sign his or her CoPR document. An adult will be required to sign for any children aged below 14 years of age (the parent must sign with his own name, not the name of the child).

Permanent Residents (PR) must carry and present their valid PR card or permanent resident travel document (PRTD) when boarding a commercial carrier to Canada. Please review the current processing time on our website at: http://www.cic.gc.ca/ENGLISH/information/times/index.asp. Please ensure the timeframe set out above will not disrupt any upcoming travel plans.

If you have a major impediment and are unable to present yourself at the IRCC Montreal office, you must notify us by email at CIC-QUE-Pre-Landing@cic.gc.ca, indicating your UCI number and explanation of your situation.

We wish you every success in your future in Canada.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada | Immigration, Réfugiés et Citoyenneté Canada

Government of Canada | Gouvernement du Canada

www.cic.gc.ca

**IMPORTANT: CUSTOMS RULES AND IMPORTATION OF YOUR PERSONAL BELONGINGS

Please visit the Moving to Canada Web sites of the Canada Border Services Agency at http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/travel-voyage/mtc-dac-eng.html and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency at http://www.inspection.gc.ca for information on the procedures and requirements for importing your personal effects into Canada. It is important to comply with these requirements to avoid any difficulty in importing your belongings.

Please note that the rules surrounding the importation of your personal belongings are different depending on whether you are moving to Canada for the first time or whether you have already resided in Canada as a temporary resident. If you are unsure which conditions for importing your personal and household effects will apply to you, please call the Border Information Service from within Canada at 1-800-461-9999. From outside Canada, call 204-983-3500 or 506-636-5064 (long distance charges will apply). Agents are available Monday to Friday (08:00-16:00 local time in each part of Canada, except holidays). TTY is also available within Canada at 1-866-335-3237.
 

melito

Hero Member
Jul 28, 2017
616
330
Montréal
Category........
QSW
Visa Office......
CPC-Ottawa
App. Filed.......
23-12-2016
AOR Received.
27-02-2017
Med's Request
05-04-2017
Med's Done....
08-04-2017
Passport Req..
09-02-2018
VISA ISSUED...
15-05-2018
LANDED..........
17-05-2018
I received this, what do I need to prepare? And what is this "the document entitled: “Confirmation of Permanent Residence” i did not receive this yet

Dear Sir/Madam,

We are ready to issue your Confirmation of Permanent Residence (CoPR).

In order to finalize your permanent residence, you may present yourself to the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) office listed below within 30 days from the date of this notice:

Office

Address

Opening hours for Granting of Permanent Residence (Except on statutory holidays)

Montreal

1025, rue St-Jacques
Montreal, QC
H3C 1G8

Monday: 7:30 AM to 4: 30 PM

Tuesday: 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Wednesday: 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Thursday: 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM

Friday: 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Saturday: 8:00 AM to 2:30 PM

Sunday: Closed

In order to be admitted to an IRCC office, clients must:

  • Present this notice (electronic copy or printed version is acceptable);
  • Provide all original documents stated below:
· A valid passport or travel document. If you were previously advised that you are exempt from the passport requirement, bring other documents establishing your identity;

· The "Québec selection certificate" issued by the Ministère de l'Immigration, Diversité et Inclusion (MIDI);

· Two photographs are required for you and each person in your family in Canada included in your permanent residence application. Follow the link for more specifications: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/prcard.asp

· IMPORTANT: Remember to bring with you the document entitled: “Confirmation of Permanent Residence” (2 copies). IF ALREADY IN YOUR POSESSION.

Please note:

  • If you are sponsored, it is mandatory that your sponsor attends the interview with you.
  • If you do not have all the documents mentioned above, your application for permanent residence will not be finalized
  • If you believe that you will require the services of an interpreter, you are responsible for hiring/finding an interpreter and ensuring that they attend the interview with you.
  • Only the following persons will be allowed admittance with the clients: Representative (lawyer, certified consultant OR accompanying person) Child/children OR dependent(s)
  • Representatives and accompanying persons must provide a piece of photo identification.
Payment of the Right of Permanent Residence Fees

  • Fees in the amount of 490.00$ per adult who is subject to permanent residency must be paid, prior to obtaining Canadian permanent resident status. This also includes the members of your family registered in your application who are living outside of Canada.
  • If you have already paid the fees before this invitation letter, please bring the proof of payment
  • If you are an applicant mentioned below, you do not have to pay this fee:
    • Dependent children of the principal applicant or sponsor;
    • Protected persons, including Convention refugees.
Please note that we no longer process payments at IRCC Montreal.

If you have not already paid the fees, you must do so prior to your interview. You may do so by following the hyperlink below to make your payment and printing the receipt, not the confirmation page: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/fees/result.asp?countrySelect=CA&lob=rprf

When you arrive at the IRCC office in Montreal to become a PR, you will be interviewed by an immigration officer. Each person will then be asked to sign his or her CoPR document. An adult will be required to sign for any children aged below 14 years of age (the parent must sign with his own name, not the name of the child).

Permanent Residents (PR) must carry and present their valid PR card or permanent resident travel document (PRTD) when boarding a commercial carrier to Canada. Please review the current processing time on our website at: http://www.cic.gc.ca/ENGLISH/information/times/index.asp. Please ensure the timeframe set out above will not disrupt any upcoming travel plans.

If you have a major impediment and are unable to present yourself at the IRCC Montreal office, you must notify us by email at CIC-QUE-Pre-Landing@cic.gc.ca, indicating your UCI number and explanation of your situation.

We wish you every success in your future in Canada.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada | Immigration, Réfugiés et Citoyenneté Canada

Government of Canada | Gouvernement du Canada

www.cic.gc.ca

**IMPORTANT: CUSTOMS RULES AND IMPORTATION OF YOUR PERSONAL BELONGINGS

Please visit the Moving to Canada Web sites of the Canada Border Services Agency at http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/travel-voyage/mtc-dac-eng.html and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency at http://www.inspection.gc.ca for information on the procedures and requirements for importing your personal effects into Canada. It is important to comply with these requirements to avoid any difficulty in importing your belongings.

Please note that the rules surrounding the importation of your personal belongings are different depending on whether you are moving to Canada for the first time or whether you have already resided in Canada as a temporary resident. If you are unsure which conditions for importing your personal and household effects will apply to you, please call the Border Information Service from within Canada at 1-800-461-9999. From outside Canada, call 204-983-3500 or 506-636-5064 (long distance charges will apply). Agents are available Monday to Friday (08:00-16:00 local time in each part of Canada, except holidays). TTY is also available within Canada at 1-866-335-3237.
You just need to prepare the documents that they ask you to bring in the letter. You don't have the Confirmation of Permanent Residence yet, they will issue it once you go to the office in Montreal. The COPR is not sent to inland applicants.
 
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MinMin13

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You just need to prepare the documents that they ask you to bring in the letter. You don't have the Confirmation of Permanent Residence yet, they will issue it once you go to the office in Montreal. The COPR is not sent to inland applicants.
Thank you. I was waiting for you. Will I get the interview? If yes what do I need to prepare, and will it be long while waiting at the office? You did your at Montreal too right? Please share your experience. Because I will go on Monday