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    Posted: 07 Feb 2010 at 6:46am
Did anyone received his RENEWED PR card recently? What kind of docs they see on the delivery day and what kind of questions they ask?
 
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Any help mates?
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Not sure about the questions, but have your passport ready for inspection.
Have the expiring/expired PR card ready for submission to CIC (keep a photocopy for your records). Also have your copy of COPR ready for inspection as well.

Generally you won't be asked detailed questions, but you should be prepared to show residency proof here for at least 2 years in order to renew the PR card.

It is not a hard process, just a simple one so don't worry so much.
Let us know how it goes....
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I  need help.  I have mild levoscoliosis but I passed the medical exam by the Canadian Embassy so I am here in Canada now working as a caregiver.  Will my application for permanent resident be refused because I have mild levoscoliosis?  Thanks so much. Im worried.
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