Will I lose PR if I have lived in Canada for 700 days only

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Jazz

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Will I lose PR if I have lived in Canada for 700 days only
« on: April 06, 2016, 02:36:42 PM »
I have lived in Canada for 197 days until now. (got my PR in Sept 2012). Even if I stay in Canada until Sept 2017 starting now, I'll be able to complete 700 days only and fall short by 30 days (2 years -365+365 needed)

Will I lose my PR in this case? My card is valid until November 2017.


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Riley Haas

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Re: Will I lose PR if I have lived in Canada for 700 days only
« Reply #1 on: April 06, 2016, 02:49:23 PM »
Losing your permanent residence takes a while and is a multi-stage process that begins only if they find out you haven't met the residence requirement. How does that happen? If you renew your PR Card before you meet it. (Or, if you apply for a permanent resident travel document overseas when you haven't met it.)
If you don't renew your PR Card when it expires, and wait until you have met the residence requirement, you do not need to worry about a loss of status. However, you will likely still be sent The Residency Determination if you only wait a few months.

 

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