Normally, your CoPR was valid for 1 year, or until your medicals expires... Whatever comes first.Hi, just to confirm and for my understanding - the earlier mandate was that those who received the CoPR HAD to land within 60 days of the issuance right?
However, because of COVID, they have changed this rule and the above no longer applies right?
Also, to confirm - will the visa (issued along with the CoPR) be valid for a year from the date of issuance? - meaning that you now have a year from date of issuance to land in Canada?
You should have landed within the validity of your documents. (Not in 60 days)
This didn't change, but now you can only land if you're exempt from travel restrictions, or with an Authorization Letter.... These letters will mostly be valid for 60 days, so with that letter you should land before it expires