Originally Posted by NAAZ
in part A, it says "you are required to contact the following address concerning the requirements that have to be met". from this I'd say I have to take action to call them.
This was detailed in my thread. An automated voice message tells you that if you receive a notice of detention you have to wait 4 to 6 weeks for a decision letter. When you get the decision letter, it comes with a sheet detailing the 3 options to you.
First option is Appeal, and they give you an address in Toronto to mail a letter to. Second is Abandon, they destroy it. Third is Export. they give you 2 other sheets telling you what you need to return to sender. Whatever decision you make has to be done within 90 days of the date on the decision letter.
You aren't required to do anything until you get the decision letter. So you got 4-6 weeks to decide if you want to appeal or export.