Ask an Immigration Lawyer. Get an Answer ASAP.
Make an InfoPass appointment and ask the immigrations officer. I don't believe that there's any ASAP means of obtaining the number and date. Obviously, you could apply for a replacement certificate, and in fact, you must, eventually. But, that won't get you the number ASAP.
Hope this helps.
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If you ask a question that has no good answer, then all I can tell you is the next best thing. That is not leading you on. It is answering the question.
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I agree. It is the principal (sic). Once again, I wish you the best.
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