We use the preposition para (not por) in Spanish to express the time limit/deadline of something.
Here are some examples:
Quiero el informe para mañana a primera hora, por favor.I want the report by first thing tomorrow, please.
Note that when para is used in this context, the English equivalent is the preposition by.
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