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IceD.

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Mar 17, 2018
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CoPR - Jun 2, 2020
PR Card application (photo and CoPR) express posted - will be received on Jun 11.

Anybody who can share their timeline from passing PR card application to receipt of the ID?
Thank you.
 

Kanedaa

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Mar 2, 2020
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LANDED..........
08-27-2015
Application reached CIC on May-25
I don't have any hope to receive the new PR cards before 12 months.
 

mpsqra

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Jul 6, 2017
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CPC Ottawa
CoPR - Jun 2, 2020
PR Card application (photo and CoPR) express posted - will be received on Jun 11.

Anybody who can share their timeline from passing PR card application to receipt of the ID?
Thank you.
one question,
why did you apply for your first PR Card?
when we land, it comes automatically.
I didn't apply for it. I received it.
 

Kanedaa

Star Member
Mar 2, 2020
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You will be lucky if you get PR card in 6 months.

As per new trend:
PR Card to take 1 year
Citizenship will take 2 years.
 

Kanedaa

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Mar 2, 2020
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1 year itoo long if your case is going through normal processing. 6 months or less is likely.
I doubt that.
There are members who had applied in January onwards & are still waiting even for their AOR, so I am sure PR card won't come under 6 months for sure. I will be happy if mine comes in a year as I applied in March this year.
 

canuck78

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Jun 18, 2017
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I doubt that.
There are members who had applied in January onwards & are still waiting even for their AOR, so I am sure PR card won't come under 6 months for sure. I will be happy if mine comes in a year as I applied in March this year.
They stopped processing in a March so now that processing seems to have started the wait times should decrease.
 
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devnill

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Dec 5, 2015
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I doubt that.
There are members who had applied in January onwards & are still waiting even for their AOR, so I am sure PR card won't come under 6 months for sure. I will be happy if mine comes in a year as I applied in March this year.
Processing time (after AOR) for regular PR card renewals is usually quick (in the order of days) so there shouldn't be a long wait between AOR and getting new card.
 

Islander216

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Nov 27, 2019
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There is no landing interview now for inland applicants, usually they would have provided the photo then and details for PR card from what i understand.

Now there isn't a landing interview, you have to mail it yourself.