You need a visitor visa to travel to the United States and will continue to need one until you become a Canadian citizen.
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You need to contact the Mexican Embassy or a Mexican consulate to find out whether or not they’ll let you travel there without a visa.
You should contact an embassy of a Schengen Area-member country to see if they will accept a Canadian Certificate of Identity as a travel document.
Whether or not you can enter with a Refugee Travel Document is up to the individual countries and not usually something they publicize. You’ll have to pick where you want to travel and contact the Embassy.
Are you sure they are asking for two proofs of your PR Status? Or are they asking for two proofs of your identity?
Unfortunately, the only publicly available processing time for PR Travel Document applications is an average of all visa office processing times. That average is 3 weeks. We don’t know if that consulate is faster or slower than average.
The average processing time is 3 weeks but that is an average among all Canadian visa offices around the world.
Your range of travel should be indicated your travel document. Usually, your refugee travel document prevents you from travelling only to the country you fled. However, all countries have different visa rules, so you will have to check with the country you are planning on visiting, as to whether or not you require a visa, and whether or not you can enter with the refugee travel document.
On average, it takes three weeks to process a Permanent Residence Travel Document. Processing time varies by office, though.
Your Refugee Travel Document serves as a stand-in for your home passport. You should be okay to return to Canada with it, but if you are becoming a permanent resident, perhaps wait until you have the PR Card before you travel.