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adrlim

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Question: Once you do your landing do you need to reapply for SIN and Health Cards? I'm assuming it is a yes for both? Tx
 

thinkshady

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Question: Once you do your landing do you need to reapply for SIN and Health Cards? I'm assuming it is a yes for both? Tx
SIN definitely Yes.
Health Card - not required, you can renew when it is about to expire and that time you can show PR as your residence status.
 

sentraj

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Nov 16, 2016
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Hi

I received a reply from cpc ottawa email application status email.I got below reply now.

Dear Sir/Madam,

Your application was received is currently in queue for review by an officer. Please note that we are unable to estimate the remaining processing time required for your application.

We thank you for your patience. In order to efficiently process requests, we will not reply to duplicate emails.

Regards,

Any guess how much it takes to get PPR from here?

Please help.

Aor Mar 18, Med Pass Apr 6, Rcmp Submitted Jun 22.

Senthil
 

adrlim

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Nope. It has nothing to do with credit rating. It is for taxation purpose.
What I know is usually tryin to get a loan when sin in 9 it's more difficult or raises more queries.

Taxation, you dont mean tax rate rite? since once you work in Canada you will usually in most cases be considered as resident for tax purposes.
 

BA2LAMAZ

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Feb 25, 2016
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Guys,

Quick question. When is the right time to check with CIC if everything is OK with the PR process(photos etc.)?

Say around 50 to 55 days??

Landed on June 13

Thanks,
Once you meet the minimum processing date as at time of landing. For instance, if you landed on June 13 and the processing time was 63 days at that time, call them on the 64th day.
 
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Gwalia

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Category........
Hello everyone.

I need suggestions please.

I am an Indian citizen living in the US. My one time PR entry visa is valid till January mid of next year. I'm planning to go to India in November and then enter Canada starting January of next year.

Do you think it is risky or could be an issue if I enter Canada do my landing as a PR just 10 days before my copr document expires? I know I'm sometimes paranoid for no reasons but still wanted to check :p

I don't want to enter Canada and then visit India while my pr card is under process to avoid any unnecessary problems thus wanting to visit home and come back in January and start new phase of life in Canada :).
 

RiZ92

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What I know is usually tryin to get a loan when sin in 9 it's more difficult or raises more queries.

Taxation, you dont mean tax rate rite? since once you work in Canada you will usually in most cases be considered as resident for tax purposes.
The issue you were talking about is related to trust, like question raised if you are not PR so nobody lends you big amount of money. Once you are PR this will be easier.
Taxation means your legal earning on which you pay tax and savings (RPP, EI, CPP etc.)