- Apr 1, 2021
We become a permanent resident the day we receive eCoPR only. But if you don't respond with IRCC's deadlines for anything they ask for, it will impact your application, as per my understanding. Also, I think you need to call IRCC and make sure your application has your personal email address rather than the representative's. In my case, I too had a lawyer and they had their own email ID in my application, but IRCC tracked my personal email ID from my previous WP documentation (God bless them for doing that) and emailed me directly. It's your lawyer's mistake who didn't forward it to you on time. :|Hello!
I had a question and the IRCC call centre has not been helpful at all. Could anyone please help with this? (Year 2022)
My guess is that I am not a Permanent Resident and that I can travel but I really don't want to be stuck outside for months because of this. Especially during Covid! Thanks for any help on this! - I could really use some confirmation.
- I received my PR email on Feb 7th. It didn't even come to me. It wen to my representative who I don't work with anymore. They forwarded it to me a little delayed.
- I replied confirming I am in Canada and received an email with credentials to login to the PR portal on Feb 8th.
- I have international travel plans on March 2nd so I didn't upload my information to the PR portal as my understanding is that it may void my current TRV and Work Permit.
- To my knowledge, I have not received my COPR but I'm really not sure if I can travel on my current visa or not? (It is not expired) Does anyone know this?
- Additionally, the email I received gave me a 7 day timeline to upload my photo and address and I haven't done that (7 day timeline has passed). Will I be penalized? IRCC call centre agent said - officers will reach out if they have any questions. I have received no emails but I also don't know if it will go to my representative by mistake again?