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COPR not signed

Arundddd

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Mar 15, 2019
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Hi. I have landed in Canada this week as a Skilled worker. I am the primary applicant with my wife and son as dependents. However I noticed that my COPR document is not signed by the immigration officer, though it is signed for my wife and son. Can this create any problems and what should I do now? I called IRCC today and their agent told that this shouldnt be a problem citing that anyways I will receive my PR cards soon. But I am worried that landing papers are equally important.
 

Hurlabrick

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Hi. I have landed in Canada this week as a Skilled worker. I am the primary applicant with my wife and son as dependents. However I noticed that my COPR document is not signed by the immigration officer, though it is signed for my wife and son. Can this create any problems and what should I do now? I called IRCC today and their agent told that this shouldnt be a problem citing that anyways I will receive my PR cards soon. But I am worried that landing papers are equally important.
Relax! As long as you landed and tgey stamped your copy CoPR, then happy days. Do NOT lose it!
 

21Goose

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Hi. I have landed in Canada this week as a Skilled worker. I am the primary applicant with my wife and son as dependents. However I noticed that my COPR document is not signed by the immigration officer, though it is signed for my wife and son. Can this create any problems and what should I do now? I called IRCC today and their agent told that this shouldnt be a problem citing that anyways I will receive my PR cards soon. But I am worried that landing papers are equally important.
The COPR does need to be signed. You should go back to the airport (Pearson?) and go to the CBSA office there. They will be able to help you - they'll sign and stamp it and also confirm that you were correctly landed.
 
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Arundddd

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Mar 15, 2019
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The COPR does need to be signed. You should go back to the airport (Pearson?) and go to the CBSA office there. They will be able to help you - they'll sign and stamp it and also confirm that you were correctly landed.
Thanks. I will follow the same
 

gopsarbabu

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Jun 23, 2014
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Hi,

I am in a dilemma.


In order to take the photocopy of the client COPR I gave the same to photocopy shop and he by mistake took the copy at the back of the original Client COPR. That is client copy of my COPR will have my sons copr copy. Should I approach IRCC for this or I can get copy during POE landing.

My agency is saying since the alteration is in the client copy (backside) this is not a problem. Will i face any problem. Please advise.
 

subodhp

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Jun 19, 2019
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Hi,

I am in a dilemma.


In order to take the photocopy of the client COPR I gave the same to photocopy shop and he by mistake took the copy at the back of the original Client COPR. That is client copy of my COPR will have my sons copr copy. Should I approach IRCC for this or I can get copy during POE landing.

My agency is saying since the alteration is in the client copy (backside) this is not a problem. Will i face any problem. Please advise.
Wow that is some inept copier !

You should mostly be fine since it is backside.