You shouldn’t have any trouble with a valid PR Card, as you should be able to re-enter the country with it. However, depending upon how long you were out of the country there is a very slim chance that, if the officer believes you cannot make the 5 year residence requirement by the date it expires, something could happen to your status. This is a very small chance.
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Yes, he can land and then return to England but he’ll need his PR Card to get back to Canada.
No, you can enter Canada with your PR Card up through the day it expires.
Only if you are a dependent child; i.e. you must be under 21 years of age at the time the sponsorship application is submitted.
Yes, they will require a medical exam from him as well. If you cannot get him to do one, you’ll have to provide a letter explaining your situation and the attempts you made to get the medical exam.
If you are trying to become a permanent resident, you could approach a settlement service to help you with your application for free.
You need to submit a Case Specific Enquiry to the visa office to find out what is happening.
Use your legal name on your ticket. Then provide a copy of your marriage certificate or name change to show that you are the same person on both the passport and the PR Card.
If you recently landed, you should be receiving a PR Card within 2 months of landing. If you haven’t yet, you will need to report to IRCC that you haven’t received it.
If you have lived in Canada for a while, you can just apply for a new PR Card. The renewal application is the one you want to use.
You just need to bring a copy of your legal name change document with you when you return to Canada, so they can confirm that the person in the passport and the person in the PR card are one and the same.