Replace your Work/Study Permit
|Regular Processing||Urgent Processing|
|6 months||1 month|
If you came to Canada as a permanent resident and you have lost your IMM1000 given to you when you landed, then you can apply to replace this document.
An IMM1000 document is given to all permanent residents of Canada at the time of their landing regardless of age. For this reason, children’s landing documents are frequently lost or unavailable.
You are required to provide a copy of your IMM1000 when you apply for your Canadian Pension and/or Old Age Security to prove how long you have been in Canada.
You no longer need a copy of your IMM1000 in order to apply for Canadian citizenship. However, you are required to bring the document with you at the time you take your oath of citizenship so that it can be stamped to indicate that you are no longer a permanent resident.
Complete the form at the link below to replace your IMM1000.
If you need your landing document immediately, then you may be eligible for urgent processing. The government is strict regarding who can apply for urgent replacement of their IMM1000. Situations which may qualify for urgency include:
- Document requested as part of Canada Pension application
- Document required for SIN number or employment
Contact us to see if you qualify for urgent processing.
Amend your IMM1000 Record of Landing
If your landing document contains incorrect information, you can apply to have this information amended.
Information which can be amended includes:
- Name spelling or order
- Date of Birth
- Any other information on the document
Contact us if you need to amend your record of landing.
What are the Requirements to Apply to Replace my IMM1000?
You will need:
- 1 valid photo ID
- 1 other piece of identification
Replace a valid Temporary Status Document
You can also apply to replace a valid work permit, study permit, or visitor record if it has been lost, destroyed, or stolen.
You must have your temporary residence document – work permit, study permit, or visitor record – in order to enter Canada AS WELL AS your valid eTA or visa.
If you are replacing a work permit or study permit, you will have to submit a copy of your letter of employment or letter of acceptance.