Does Your Landing Paper Expire?
Landing papers cannot expire. Whether you have an IMM 1000 Record of Landing, a Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR), or a document issued before the existence of IMM 1000s, these documents do not have an expiry date. Your landing paper is a record of your landing in Canada; it cannot have an expiry date. On the other hand, your PR Card expires every 5 years.
Do I Ever Have to Replace My Landing Paper?
Yes, you may to replace your Record of Landing or Confirmation Of Permanent Residence if it is lost, stolen or if it is somehow illegible, either through age or damage. If that is the case, you need to apply for a Verification of Status (VOS), which serves as a replacement document and you can use it for anything you would need your landing paper for.
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