Hi all, I'd like some advice on the following. I am renewing my PR card and have been invited to appointment to collect it next week (received the appointment information this week). My PR card has expired, though I applied for renewal when it was valid. I only realised this morning that the eTA seems to make it impossible for me to get into Canada. I can't apply for an eTA as a Permanent Resident. But without a valid eTA or valid PR card, it seems the airline won't issue a boarding pass. Is this right? When I renewed the card last time, I arrived at the border with my expired card and letter of appointment to collect my new card, and CBSA let me in. An immigration lawyer had told me to do this and not to get a PRTD. With only a week between receiving the letter of the appointment and the appointment itself, surely I'm not expected to get a PRTD? I emailed the office where I'm having my appointment to ask for confirmation that I can enter like last time, and that the expired PR card plus letter will be sufficient to allow entry and sufficient for the airline, and they didn't address either point but just told me to get a one-time entry visa (is this a PRTD?) from my nearest embassy or consulate. But how can I do this in time? Surely they'd have known when they invited me to collect the card? What should I do to get to the appointment in Canada?