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nattfodd

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Jun 25, 2019
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Is this thread only for inland PR card requests? We landed a few days ago after getting PR through outland-FSW so have had COPR since January. We are wondering if the delays are the same, since the photos have already been approved and all.
 

Rsbh93

Member
Jun 18, 2021
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2
Can anyone please help me? I am an inland applicant, I got my CoPR in my email on May 28, 2020, from the Winnipeg office and have still not received my PR card even after 1 year. I sent my photos twice, have raised 5 web forms, and have been calling every month to enquire about the application but all I get is that the Winnipeg office is processing my application. Does anyone have any advice regarding this because I'm really stuck?
 
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Cacenaves

Member
Jan 22, 2020
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Can anyone please help me? I am an inland applicant, I got my CoPR in my email on May 28, 2020, from the Winnipeg office and have still not received my PR card even after 1 year. I sent my photos twice, have raised 5 web forms, and have been calling every month to enquire about the application but all I get is that the Winnipeg office is processing my application. Does anyone have any advice regarding this because I'm really stuck?
Have you tried doing a solemn declaration ?
Pr card processing times are very slow right now but waiting more than 1 year it’s insane.. I have no words I am really sorry!
https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/application/application-forms-guides/solemn-declaration-lost-stolen-destroyed-never-received-permanent-resident-card.html
 

Rsbh93

Member
Jun 18, 2021
11
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Have you tried doing a solemn declaration ?
Pr card processing times are very slow right now but waiting more than 1 year it’s insane.. I have no words I am really sorry!
https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/application/application-forms-guides/solemn-declaration-lost-stolen-destroyed-never-received-permanent-resident-card.html
I wanted to go that route but I was told clearly by them that in order to do a solemn declaration the PR card needs to be issued by the office which they haven't.
 

Cacenaves

Member
Jan 22, 2020
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I wanted to go that route but I was told clearly by them that in order to do a solemn declaration the PR card needs to be issued by the office which they haven't.
Then my next move I suggest to hire a consultant or a lawyer this is absolutely unacceptable what is happening to you
 

marioB96

Star Member
Sep 15, 2020
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Regina
Category........
PNP
Job Offer........
Yes
App. Filed.......
21 March 2019
Doc's Request.
14 July 2020
AOR Received.
8 May 2019
I wanted to go that route but I was told clearly by them that in order to do a solemn declaration the PR card needs to be issued by the office which they haven't.
No, what you should do is apply for a PR card.
If 180days have passed since you landed in Canada and you havent received the card you should apply for a new on. (there is instructions on tbe ircc page, you should also fill section solemn declaration i think)
The fee is 50$ and it will take around 80-90 days :/ but yeah this will work out
https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/new-immigrants/pr-card/who-can-apply.html
 

Lewaymama

Member
Jul 15, 2019
19
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I received my CoPR letter back in June and already renewed my SIN number with it, but I'm still waiting for my PR card. My question is, has anybody in the same situation changed jobs? Did the employer accept the CoPR letter as PR proof?
Your SIN is enough proof