We’re not sure what you’re worried about. We would need more information from you to know whether or not there was something to be worried about.
Q&A Categories Archives: PR Card FAQ
Call IRCC at 1-888-242-2100 to check your application status.
If your PR Card will not be ready by the time you leave, you can try to get a PRTD before you leave, but you will need to know your hotel address. The processing time is usually 2-3 weeks.
You should return to Canada before your PR card expires. If you don’t, you will have an extremely hard time returning to Canada and you could lose your status.
Once you have resided in Canada again for three months, you can make use of our healthcare system. Once you have meet the residence requirement, you can apply for a new PR Card.
She will need her landing paper and any other proof she has of her status in Canada, plus her foreign passport in order to apply for a PR Card. If she has a copy of the passport she landed on, that would be useful too.
Yes, you can do that.
When your PR Card expired, you did not automatically lose your status.
Your wife cannot sponsor you for PR unless you renounce your PR status or have it revoked before she submits the sponsorship application.
You daughter cannot lose her permanent residence unless you were not actually in Canada and it was discovered that you misrepresented yourself on the sponsorship application.
The fact that you already sponsored your daughter will definitely raise questions during the sponsorship application.
If you can enter Canada by car from the US, without having your status revoked, you can avoid all of this.
You submit the forms to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC):
Renunciation of Permanent Resident Status
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
Operational Support Centre
365 Laurier Avenue West
Ground Floor Mailroom, South Tower
Your mother getting Power of Attorney might solve this problem.
In the meantime, IRCC may have some provisions which allow your mother to apply for your father’s new PR Card on his behalf. She should called IRCC at 1-888-242-2100 to see what she can do.