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【Permanent Resident Landing Interview at Immigration inland office】

Once your PR application has been approved, your status will be finalized after you complete the Landing Interview at an In-Land Immigration office in Canada. 

Do not get too nervous about the Landing Interview as it will not put your application at risk of getting rejected. Rather, it’s used as a means to clearly confirm your intentions of coming to Canada.

An overview of the landing interview process by our former client:


My interview was scheduled to take place at 1 pm. I went to the office around 10 minutes earlier. I gave my appointment letter and passport and received my number at the reception. There were around eleven others waiting in line before me. While it was a bit unsettling to have many people in the waiting room with me, it came to be my turn after about a 45-minute wait. The interview took place through an over-counter-service similar to that at an airport counter.

Some of the things asked included:

  • Is it a valid address to send your PR card to?

  • under what status you first came to Canada under(study or work or?)

  • The airport you arrived at on your latest visit to Canada (Your passport was checked also at the time. No stamp was found for entering Canada, but a stamp from the departing country was found).

  • whether you have been previously denied entry to/ or ordered to be deported.

  • Whether do you have any criminal background?

You should expect to be asked similar questions. 

Signature to confirm your personal information written in the Confirmation of Permanent Residence.

I was passed over a copy of the form. They mentioned that I would need it again when applying for citizenship, and to take care not to lose it.

In regards to provincial medical insurance and the changing of Social Insurance Number, I was told to expect about a 3-4 weeks wait to receive the SIN card.

I was then told, “Congratulations! You are a Permanent Resident from now!” with a smile. The interview was complete. I believe that I was short by ten minutes. I did not need to show the pre-paid Landing Fee receipt. 

On the same floor where the IRCC office was located, there was a Service Canada branch. There, I completed the procedures for the re-issuing of my Social Insurance Number.

To first read about the experiences of others that have gone through the landing interview process themselves has done a great deal in helping me feel more at ease. (confirming e.g. entry dates) Thank you!

Though I had many very specific questions pertaining to my case, I was able to complete my application with much ease as all of my questions were each very thoughtfully handled.

I am very glad to have had my case handled by Ms. Ueda. 

Should I be in need of such services again in the future, I will surely have Ms. Ueda take care of it! 

You will be assisted in obtaining your visas or permit by an Experienced Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant.

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