They refer merely to the date your PR Card expires, not the expiry of your PR itself.
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PR Cards are only issued at landing so if it’s just you it will just be just be your PR Card that is issued.
If your trip doesn’t qualify you for expedited PR Card processing, you will have to apply for a Permanent Resident Travel Document (PRTD) while in Fiji. Please note that the application process is usually 2-3 weeks.
You can apply to renew 6 months before your card expires.
She is exempt from the residency requirement because of your citizenship. Next time you apply for her PR Card, you just need to prove you are her parent and live with her.
He will likely not be allowed to board the plane unless he has a PRTD. If you are unsure of where to submit the application where it will be processed fastest, you can contact the Consulate. (You can also send the application ahead of time to try to get it processed by the time you get there.)
His other option, taking the bus to the border and then driving across with you, is much more likely to succeed simply because PRTD processing time is erratic and there is no guarantee it will get done while you are there.
Fly to the US. Drive to Canada with your COPR/Record of Landing. You cannot use the bus or the train, it has to be a car.
The current processing time is 17 days as of August 2019, provided your application isn’t investigated further.
12 calendar days as of August 2019
If you were living apart for a long time it would be very hard to convince IRCC that you are a common law couple.
You should check the application status online.