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PR Card Renewal Form IMM5444E - Q & A

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I was filling the PR card renewal form (IMM5444e) and have a question.

Under Section C - Question 20 - Work and Education History

From
To
Name of employer or name of educational institution attended
City
Province
Country
2017-01-10​
2017-04-01​
Unemployed​
Edmonton​
Alberta​
Canada​
2017-04-01​
2018-01-01​
Unemployed​
Edmonton​
Alberta​
Canada​
2018-01-01​
2018-09-20​
XYZ Company​
Edmonton​
Alberta​
Canada​

If I am unemployed and moved to a new house. Should I write as mentioned above. Or I should merge both, as IRCC have not asked the address. They have asked only city, province and country.

Please suggest, Thanks
 

fly_van

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Hello,

I was filling the PR card renewal form (IMM5444e) and have a question.

Under Section C - Question 20 - Work and Education History

From
To
Name of employer or name of educational institution attended
City
Province
Country
2017-01-10​
2017-04-01​
Unemployed​
Edmonton​
Alberta​
Canada​
2017-04-01​
2018-01-01​
Unemployed​
Edmonton​
Alberta​
Canada​
2018-01-01​
2018-09-20​
XYZ Company​
Edmonton​
Alberta​
Canada​

If I am unemployed and moved to a new house. Should I write as mentioned above. Or I should merge both, as IRCC have not asked the address. They have asked only city, province and country.

Please suggest, Thanks
If it is in same city, no need to separate the timeline. In this question, they only care about your work and education history, don't think too much.
 
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20. Work and educational history inside and outside Canada: Your work and educational history for the past five years or if you became a permanent resident less than five years ago, your work find or educational history since you coming in for minute resident. If you have not worked or studied, while your other activity history, include location.

List all your activities in chronological order from the oldest to the most recent.

From
(YYYY-MM-DD)
To
(YYYY-MM-DD)
Name of employer or name of educational institution attended (do not use abbreviations)
City or town
Province
Country or territory
2017-01-01​
2021-01-01​
Company A​
Edmonton​
Alberta​
Canada​
2016-01-01​
2017-01-01​
Company B​
Edmonton​
Alberta​
Canada​
2014-01-01​
2016-01-01​
Company C​
Edmonton​
Alberta​
Canada​


Or​

From
(YYYY-MM-DD)
To
(YYYY-MM-DD)
Name of employer or name of educational institution attended (do not use abbreviations)
City or town
Province
Country or territory
2014-01-01​
2016-01-01​
Company C​
Edmonton​
Alberta​
Canada​
2016-01-01​
2017-01-01​
Company B​
Edmonton​
Alberta​
Canada​
2017-01-01​
2021-01-01​
Company A​
Edmonton​
Alberta​
Canada​


Chronological order means, which one 1st is correct or second one.

Please reply,

Thanks
 

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List all your activities in chronological order from the oldest to the most recent.


From
(YYYY-MM-DD)
To
(YYYY-MM-DD)
Name of employer or name of educational institution attended (do not use abbreviations)
City or town
Province
Country or territory
2014-01-01​
2016-01-01​
Company C​
Edmonton​
Alberta​
Canada​
2016-01-01​
2017-01-01​
Company B​
Edmonton​
Alberta​
Canada​
2017-01-01​
2021-01-01​
Company A​
Edmonton​
Alberta​
Canada​


Chronological order means, which one 1st is correct or second one.
In my view the second one - from (oldest) to (most recent).
 
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For PR card renewal , I have valid passport. So, is the copy of it is enough or do I need to sent the include the passport page that was stamped when you arrived in Canada and became a permanent resident

Thanks


One (1) main identity document

A photocopy of one of the following:

  • your valid passport or travel document or
  • the passport or travel document you had when you became a permanent resident (if applicable, include the passport page that was stamped when you arrived in Canada and became a permanent resident) or
  • the certificate of identity or travel document issued by the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada or a foreign country.
 

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Do I have to pay the biometrics fee when renewing the PR card

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Step 3: Pay the fees
Your fees
Use the table below to calculate the total amount of fees to be paid. You must include your proof of payment with this application.
Application (per person)$CAN
Permanent Resident Card$50
Biometrics fees$CAN
Biometrics (per person)85
Biometrics (per family) (2 or more people)
Maximum fee for a family of 2 or more people applying at the same time and place
170
 

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I have legally changed my name after becoming PR in Canada.

Do I only need to submit copy of legal change document or else I need the copy of COPR also. If I should submit COPR too, then its on legal size , should I adjust it to A4 size (as all other documents are in A4 size). If the visa officer scans the documents, then he/she may have issues.

Or should I print the COPR copy in legal size.

Please reply, Thank you


As it says, here (in red)

Legal Change of Name
Read the information below to see which supporting documents you need:
If your present name is different from the name printed on your Record of Landing (IMM 1000) or Confirmation of Permanent Residence (IMM 5292 or IMM 5688), you must submit:
  • supporting legal documents as proof of your name change, and
  • supporting identity documents as requested in section 2 of Step 1.
Submit any of these documents issued by a civil authority in a province or territory of Canada:
  • a copy of a legal change of name document, court order, adoption order, or
  • one of the following documents (unless you were married in Quebec on or after April 2, 1981 and are now a resident of this province). The document must show your new name:
    • a marriage certificate;
    • divorce decree;
    • registration;
    • declaration of union;
    • revocation of declaration or annulment of union.
If you are a permanent resident and changed your name outside of Canada, submit:
  • a foreign passport or other national authoritative document that shows your new name; and
  • an official document linking the old and new names.
If your name change was already approved in a past PR Card application, include a photocopy of your last PR Card.


Important information: If you have had a legal name change, you must include a copy of your Record of Landing (IMM 1000) or Confirmation of Permanent Residence (IMM 5292 or IMM 5688) with this application.