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Soft Landing + Immigration Rules

Discussion in 'Permanent Residency Obligations' started by _Harry_, May 30, 2018.

  1. Hi, Planning to travel to Toronto in the first week of September. Is it okay if I go there for 2-3 days to apply for PR card and then return to the US?
  2. Sure people do 2-3 day landings all the time although note you will need a Canadian address for your PR card and when being interviewed by CBSA no need to volunteer you are doing a soft landing unless asked.
  3. Hello,

    thanks in advance for your time.

    Please can you clarify if my husband (he's landing for the first time in Canada after receiving his COPR) will need to have his own photos with him for the PR card....or do they do the photos at the airport? we are confused about this.

    Also, is it acceptable to come with certified copies of our birth certificates and marriage certificates? as this landing will be a soft one and we will be returning to Canada in April 2020 for our full move, don't want to be worried about losing originals on this shor
  4. The photo on the COPR document is used, unless it doesn't meet the specifications. You don't need to bring birth or marriage certificates for the landing process.

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