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I am sorry to hear of this difficult situation.
Please explain what happened.
Is this an actual friend or someone you met online only?
Are you saying your brother sponsored her for PR status and it was granted?
Then if she had a valid PR how could this have happened?
Did she have her PR card or was she to get it when she arrived?
Did your brother have a lawyer assisting him?
When you say she had every document what do you mean? Was she coming on a visitors visa or was she coming because she had been approved for PR status?
Well she actually married to your brother? How's your brother spoken to his lawyer who represented him for the PR application
Do you mean she was coming to Canada as her PR status was approved or she was coming to Canada as a viisitor and then your brother was going to apply for her PR status?
So she had a document called a COPR?
When she provide the COPR to the immigration officer at the airport what did they say?
But did she show them the COPR because that's not a visa. Did they hand her a document? Has your brother gone online and checked her account?
She had to have been told she was approved for PR status. Then she would have been told a deadline by when she must enter.
When she enters then they would give her the COPR. It is the confirmation record.
But a letter before that would say she will be granted the COPR at the border.
She is being told that Canada Immigration cancelled her visa. If she was approved for PR status and given a deadline to enter and she was coming in before the deadline nothing would have been cancelled.
So you brother needs to figure out what went wrong and if he checks her account online he can see what it says her status is.
Then if that doesn't make sense he has to call CIC very first thing tomorrow morning and he can send in a webform now.
Does that make sense?
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