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ono

Toronto
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Posted - 10/09/2006 :  20:16:01  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
hi Folks,

i am applying for citizenship in Canada, and i need one of the following documents. now, i might have them, and just dont know how they look, or i might just dont have them
can you advice how they look? and how can i find them?

· Record of Landing - IMM 1000

· Confirmation of Permanent Residence - IMM 5292

wongn

Markham
1195 Posts

Posted - 10/11/2006 :  11:13:06  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Depending on when you became a permanent resident, you would either have a Record of Landing or a Confirmation of Permanent Residence document.

Either form should have the form number clearly stated. I have both forms (mine is Record of Landing and my wife has the COPR) so I can describe what they look like when I get home.

If you cannot find your landing document, you can apply for a certified copy by using the following application:

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/applications/certcopy.html


ono

Toronto
2 Posts

Posted - 10/11/2006 :  21:13:37  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
thank you very much.
i got the PR card at 2004.
but it looks like i never saw the imm5292
if u can describe how it looks, or show me a web copy,
it will be great.

tnx!


PMM

Vancouver
2327 Posts

Posted - 10/11/2006 :  21:46:50  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi

quote:

thank you very much.
i got the PR card at 2004.
but it looks like i never saw the imm5292
if u can describe how it looks, or show me a web copy,
it will be great.

tnx!



If you were processed in Canada you never got an IMM 5292 otherwise it is the visa in your passport, if you landed after Jun/2002 if landed prior to Jun/02 you have IMM 1000.



PMM


wongn

Markham
1195 Posts

Posted - 10/12/2006 :  20:44:33  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Ono,

I have my wife's COPR in front of me. It is a white piece of paper with brown lettering printed on it. At the upper left corner, there is the Canada flag with "Citizenship and Immigration Canada". At the lower left corner in small lettering, "IMM5292(CON)B(06-2004) Generic".

The information is printed on the form by a dot-matrix printer. At the top of the form, "Confirmation of Permanent Residence" is printed along with the Document No. and your Client ID at the upper right corner.

Towards the bottom of the form, in bold uppercase letters it states "NOT VALID FOR TRAVEL".

I hope this helps you in locating your COPR. Just remember that your form may be slightly different if you landed back in 2004.


antoniocyr

Toronto
1 Posts

Posted - 10/05/2009 :  15:02:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Here you go my friend... this is what I found on Wikipedia

Inadmissibility
A CIC Form IMM 5292 (as of Aug. 2008) issued to an inadmissible person granting permission to leave Canada
Some persons are inadmissible—they are not allowed to enter Canada.
As of August 2008, if a person is denied entry and advised to re-enter the U.S., they are issued form IMM 5292. This form indicates that the person is allowed to withdraw their application to enter Canada, and is allowed to leave Canada. Persons who have been denied entry and provided this form are advised by the CBSA to show this form to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). There appears to be no legal precedent, however, for the traveler to voluntarily submit this form to the CBP, and doing so may cause the CBP to consider the traveler suspicious, and as a result they may subject the traveler to exhaustive questioning and search.

IMM 5292 Sample
For sample, please browse the link below.

Source:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_entry_into_Canada_by_land
cheers,
antonio

quote:

thank you very much.
i got the PR card at 2004.
but it looks like i never saw the imm5292
if u can describe how it looks, or show me a web copy,
it will be great.


PMM

Vancouver
2327 Posts

Posted - 10/08/2009 :  15:54:13  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi

quote:

Here you go my friend... this is what I found on Wikipedia

Inadmissibility
A CIC Form IMM 5292 (as of Aug. 2008) issued to an inadmissible person granting permission to leave Canada
Some persons are inadmissible—they are not allowed to enter Canada.
As of August 2008, if a person is denied entry and advised to re-enter the U.S., they are issued form IMM 5292. This form indicates that the person is allowed to withdraw their application to enter Canada, and is allowed to leave Canada. Persons who have been denied entry and provided this form are advised by the CBSA to show this form to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). There appears to be no legal precedent, however, for the traveler to voluntarily submit this form to the CBP, and doing so may cause the CBP to consider the traveler suspicious, and as a result they may subject the traveler to exhaustive questioning and search.

IMM 5292 Sample
For sample, please browse the link below.

Source:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_entry_into_Canada_by_land
cheers,
antonio

quote:

thank you very much.
i got the PR card at 2004.
but it looks like i never saw the imm5292
if u can describe how it looks, or show me a web copy,
it will be great.




Don't believe all you read on the web. The IMM 5292 is The confirmation of Permanent Residence. It doesn't have anything to do with inadmissibility to Canada. The Wiki is wrong. For real information go to www.cic.gc.ca.



PMM


impaler

Toronto
354 Posts

Posted - 10/08/2009 :  18:36:31  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:

Don't believe all you read on the web. The IMM 5292 is The confirmation of Permanent Residence. It doesn't have anything to do with inadmissibility to Canada. The Wiki is wrong. For real information go to www.cic.gc.ca.

PMM



The form certainly looks genuine, and is marked as IMM5292.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/4e/CIC_Form_IMM_5292_anonymized.jpg

However it is not an inadmissability report, but a permission to voluntarily withdraw an application for admission. It doesn't state that the person was found inadmissible. If I had to guess I'd say the POE just used it as a blank form in their dot-matrix printer. Whether the same form is supposed to be used for both purposes or not I am not sure.


kozin58

Adana
10 Posts

Posted - 11/26/2010 :  12:45:48  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi,
The link of the page has been changed as following
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/certcopy.asp
kozin58

quote:

Depending on when you became a permanent resident, you would either have a Record of Landing or a Confirmation of Permanent Residence document.

Either form should have the form number clearly stated. I have both forms (mine is Record of Landing and my wife has the COPR) so I can describe what they look like when I get home.

If you cannot find your landing document, you can apply for a certified copy by using the following application:

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/applications/certcopy.html



kpthottam

South Florida
6 Posts

Posted - 05/04/2011 :  15:34:51  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
this web site http://www.mcgill.ca/legaldocuments/ displays a sample of IMM5292 (part 3) , the wikipedia link displays part 1 of the document. For those of us in Canada and taking up citizenship part 3 matters

An immigrant who will need to enter Canada before June 4 2004 .


kpthottam

South Florida
6 Posts

Posted - 05/04/2011 :  15:44:44  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
another valid link

http://www.bchousing.org/resources/Programs/RAP/Supporting_Documents/imm5292.pdf

quote:

this web site http://www.mcgill.ca/legaldocuments/ displays a sample of IMM5292 (part 3) , the wikipedia link displays part 1 of the document. For those of us in Canada and taking up citizenship part 3 matters

An immigrant who will need to enter Canada before June 4 2004 .



An immigrant who will need to enter Canada before June 4 2004 .


   
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