travelling to canada as a permanent resident

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Subject: travelling to canada as a permanent resident
I just received my Visa and confirmation for permanent residence. My mother is the principal applicant of our case and i am her dependent. Can i travel to Canada alone for the first time? she will join me later in a few months there in Canada. Or we need to travel together only?
[18-02-2013,16:44]
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Maryam
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No - you cannot arrive in Canada ahead of your mother. Since she is the principal applicant, you must either arrive with her or after her.
[18-02-2013,17:30]
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Anonymous
migrate visa for canada (in reply to: travelling to canada as a permanent resident)
hi,
just inrq. how to get the easy way to get PR to canada?

[19-02-2013,07:35]
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Lawrence T. dela cruz
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Easiest way??? First immigrate to US; then get US passport, you can then simply drive into Canada...
[19-02-2013,16:26]
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5498
travelling to canada as a permanent resident posting (in reply to: travelling to canada as a permanent resident)
I agree with the others, traveling ahead of your mother who´s the original principal applicant as it would cause trouble by immigrating and an absolute mistake one wouldn´t want to take. You may come together with your mom.
Have a great day. =)

[22-02-2013,22:48]
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calgaryimmigration

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