IMM E (09 – ). • Initial PR Card Application. • Replacement of a PR Card . • Renewal of a PR Card. Forms: Application for a Permanent Resident Card. Just about to fill the renewal application (IMM ) but somewhat unclear on these questions; # 2. Date you became a PR of Canada My. IMM E (). Contact Information Web site. For more information on the programs offered by Citizenship and Immigration Canada, visit our Web site at.
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It is your responsibility to make sure your PR Card is still valid when you return from travel outside Canada and to apply for a new PR Card before your current card expires.
Expired PR Card – Permanent Resident Card – Discussion Forum
This is not a legal document. The forms are designed with questions that will help the processing of your application. The permanent resident card PR Card is the official proof of your status as a permanent resident in Canada. If your PR I,m is still valid for more than nine 9 months daysdo not apply for a renewal, unless your legal name has changed.
Otherwise, your application will be returned.
If you are a new permanent resident, you will automatically receive your new card by mail when you first arrive in Canada. This is part of the immigration process and you do not need to apply mim a PR Card. When you return to Canada, you should apply for a PR Card right away. In Canada applicants are exempt from giving biometrics until the in-Canada service is established in You must bring the BIL with you to the biometric collection service point.
We 4545 you to give your biometrics as soon as possible after you get the BIL. We will start processing your application after we get your biometrics. Find out more about biometrics. See the list of biometric collection service points. You may be eligible for Canadian citizenship if:. You may be able to use some of your time spent in Canada as a temporary resident or protected person towards your physical presence calculation.
Each day spent physically in Canada as a temporary resident or protected person before becoming a permanent 54445 within the last five years will count as one half day, with a maximum of days, towards your physical presence.
Find out if you have lived in Canada long enough to apply to become a citizen. If we cannot process your PR card application because you are a Canadian citizen, your application fee will be refunded. We will only correct administrative mistakes made by the department in recording your personal information. Submit any of these documents issued by a civil authority in a province or territory of Canada:.
If you are a permanent resident and changed your name outside of Canadasubmit:. The instructions below outline the documents that you must include with your application. Send the completed checklist with your application. If any of the required documents are missing, or photocopies are not clear, your application will be returned to you.
We may ask for more documents at any time while we are processing your application. If you do not submit the requested umm, there will be delays in processing. If you are applying to renew your present card, you should keep it until you get your new card and include a photocopy of it with your application.
If you are applying to replace a damaged card, send the damaged card with your application. If we ask you to come to a local IRCC office, you must bring your old card and the original documents of the copies you had included with 5445 application. We will ask you to destroy your old card after you get the new one. In exceptional cases, if it is impossible for you to obtain any of the above, you must provide a:. You must provide photos that meet the Photograph Specifications.
If not, we may return your application. If you were accompanying imn permanent resident of Canada working for a Canadian business abroad, provide: For more information, see Appendix A — Residency Obligation. You must send the following for any document that is not in English or French, unless otherwise stated on your document checklist:. Translations may be done by a person who is fluent in both languages English or French and the unofficial language.
A certified translator will provide both a certified translation and certified copies of the original documents.
Application to get, renew or replace a Permanent Resident Card (PR Card)
Authority to certify varies immm province and territory. Consult your local provincial or territorial authorities. Authority to administer oaths varies by country. Consult your local authorities. This includes a parent, guardian, sibling, spouse, common-law partner, conjugal partner, grandparent, child, 5454, uncle, niece, nephew and first cousin.
An affidavit is a document on which the translator has sworn, in the presence of a person authorized to administer oaths in the country where the translator is living, that the contents of their translation are a true translation and representation of the contents of the original document. To have a photocopy of a document certified, an authorized person must as described below compare the original document to the photocopy and must print the following on the photocopy:.
Check jmm your local provincial or territorial authorities. Authority to certify international documents varies by country. Check with your local authorities. Applicants themselves or members of their family may imj certify copies of your documents. It is a serious offence to give false or misleading information on these forms. The information you provide on your application may be verified.
Fill out all sections. If your application is incomplete, it will be returned to you and this will delay the processing. If you need more space for any section, print out an additional page with the appropriate section.
Fill out this page and submit it with your application. Write the date you became a permanent resident of Canada. Do not apply for a renewal of your current PR Card if it is still valid for more than nine 9 months daysunless your legal name has changed. Write your current last name surname or family name and given names, if different from question A You must provide supporting documents for any change in your 4545.
Write the name of your country or countries of citizenship.
If you are a citizen of more than one country, list your other country of citizenship in the second space provided. Check one 1 box to identify the colour of your eyes. All correspondence will go to this address unless you provide your e-mail address in question If you provide your mailing address, all correspondence will be sent there.
However, PR Cards will not be mailed to third party addresses. If you provide a third party address, your PR Card will be sent to your residential address the address where you live. PR Cards will only be mailed to post office PO boxes if this is your residential mailing address.
If you do not provide your residential address, processing will be delayed until you provide it. Tell us where you can be reached by telephone and by e-mail, if it applies to you. An alternative telephone number can include a business or cellular telephone.
By providing your e-mail address, you are authorizing IRCC to send your correspondence to this e-mail.
Write the city and province in Canada, where you became a permanent resident. Check the box to tell us if you have ever been issued a removal order in Canada. You must choose either Yes or No. Check the correct box to tell us if an Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada officer or a Canadian Border Service Agency officer has ever issued you a Report Under Subsection 44 1 or has made the decision that you have not met the residency obligations for Canadian permanent residents.
You must list all the addresses you have lived at, inside and outside Canada for the past five 5 years, or since becoming a permanent resident if less than five 5 years ago. You must account for each month during this time. Your Work and Education History: You must list all your work and education history inside and outside Canada for the past five 5 years or since becoming a permanent resident if less than five 5 years ago.
You must list all your absences from Canada in the last five 5 years, or since becoming a permanent resident if less than five 5 years ago. Fill in the dates of the time that should im, assessed.
Absences include vacations, absences due to employment, trips to the USA and any other time you left Canada. If your absences add up to less than days, go to Section E: Consent to Disclose Information.
Application to get, renew or replace a Permanent Resident Card (PR Card) –
If you have been outside of Canada for days or more, list your absences from Canada in the past five 5 years in the marked situations. If you became a permanent resident less than five 5 years ago, list the absences from the time you became a permanent resident to present. History of Entries to Canada: Your application will be returned to you as incomplete if: Fill out this section only if you are applying to replace a lost, stolen, destroyed or never received Permanent Resident Card.
If you have dependent children aged 18 years or older, they are required to complete their own copy of this form if a representative is also conducting business on their behalf.
A representative is someone who provides advice, consultation, or guidance to you at any stage of the application process, or in a proceeding and, if you appoint him or her as your representative by filling out this form, has your permission to conduct business on your behalf with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada IRCC and the Canada Border Services Agency CBSA.
You are not obliged to hire a representative. We treat everyone equally, whether they use the service of a representative or not. Uncompensated representatives do not charge fees or receive any other form of consideration or compensation for providing advice or services to represent you before IRCC or the CBSA.
You do not have to pay someone for them to be your representative. IRCC will conduct business with an uncompensated representative if an applicant appoints them on their behalf.
Compensated representatives charge a fee or receive some other form of consideration in exchange for the representation that they provide.