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landing questions

jeffc33

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Oct 8, 2007
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Does anyone know the questions the immigration officer will ask at the port of entry when presenting PR visa and COPR forms?
 

Libra

Hero Member
Jun 8, 2007
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Jeffc33,

Yes, Stamisha is right. And, STAmisha, F.Y.I., this poster has more on his mind that the usual questions. See his other posting: http://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/please-help-me-t5981.0.html;msg16527#msg16527

And so, Jeffc33, this is in addition to what STAmisha wrote:

Other than the usual questions as outlined in Soontoland’s posting from the link below – in the 2nd paragraph:

http://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/-t5907.0.html;msg16264#msg16264

They might also ask you about some things that you declared in your application, and your answer must be consistent with what was in your application. Immigration officers have been known to ask these verification questions, and at the same time, some officers have not asked some applicants about stuff on their application.

Since your application shows that you used to have an Aunt in Canada, they might or they might not ask about her, as was your concern in your other posting: http://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/please-help-me-t5981.0.html;msg16527#msg16527

And it is a possibility that they might ask you if you will be staying with your Aunt, or they just might not ask you – it depends on the officer who processes your landing.

They also will ask you where to mail your PR card if you know where you will be staying once you land.

Of course, they ask for your proof of settlement funds.

STAmisha said:
1)Proof of funds
2)Have you commited any crime?
3)Are you moving to Canada now?