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Abdul403
Abdul403
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Posted On: 2/9/2016
Abdul403
Abdul403
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Hello,

My wife has met the residency in Canada in 2011; she is outside of Canada now.
Her PR will expire in 15-July-2016.
1- What is the minimum time required to enter Canada before her PR expiration date? For example (can she travel back to Canada and enter one week before the expiration).

2- After applying for her PR inside Canada, can she leave Canada before receiving her PR.?

Your help in this matter is much appreciated

Best Regards

Abdul


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philippe
philippe
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Posted On: 2/9/2016
philippe
philippe
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she can board the flight anytime before expiry even with one day
the officer at PE still have to do his due diligence with regard to residency rqrt

yes she can leave without PR card
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Abdul403
Abdul403
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Posted On: 2/11/2016
Abdul403
Abdul403
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Thank you Philippe for your e. mail, Further to my previous Please see the case.

We immigrated to Canada in May 2006 and we did the citizen ship exam on 2011. My wife failed to pass the exam because English Languish.

My Wife left Canada with me on April 2012, we are coming back to Canada in coming summer before her PR expiration (July 2016) for three months.

In the last five years, she has only one year residency. (However, as I mentioned above she lived six years from May 2006 to April 2012 in Calgary).

Is there any issue regarding renewal her PR?

Regards


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philippe
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Posted On: 2/11/2016
philippe
philippe
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Thank you Philippe for your e. mail, Further to my previous Please see the case.

We immigrated to Canada in May 2006 and we did the citizen ship exam on 2011. My wife failed to pass the exam because English Languish.

My Wife left Canada with me on April 2012, we are coming back to Canada in coming summer before her PR expiration (July 2016) for three months.

In the last five years, she has only one year residency. (However, as I mentioned above she lived six years from May 2006 to April 2012 in Calgary).

Is there any issue regarding renewal her PR?

Regards


Abdul



apparently she was accompanying a Canadian citizen and therefore there will be no issue for renewal of PR.

whatever days she resided beyond the 5 years period prior of application shall not be considered anyway
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Rehan
Rehan
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Posted On: 8/23/2017
Rehan
Rehan
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Dear Philippe,
I landed in canada on 17th July 2015 after I got Canadian immigration and left Canada on 28th Aug 2015. I stayed there for 42 days.
PR cards me and my family received are having an expiry date of 14th Sep 2020.
My question is that will those 42 days spent in Canada be counted towrds 730 days obligation. If I see 5 years from my PR card then the days from 14 Sep 2015 and onwards would be counted, I am confused on this matter. Please advise. Thanks and regards
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Esorassyla
Esorassyla
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Posted On: 11 days ago
Esorassyla
Esorassyla
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Hi!just need help regarding my situation...im booked for vacation this december 2017 but my problem is i check my PR card and it is expired Nov.20,2017...just this week,i renew my PR card and they said it will take 3-4 months,so in case i still didnt receive my New PR card,what should i do?can i still return to canada without a PR card?plz help me thanks
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Posted On: 9 days ago
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Hello,

Thank you for sharing your situation and question with us.

We can appreciate that you would be interested in this type of information.

You can find some information regarding what your options are to enter Canada when you do not have a PR card on the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website in the I am outside of Canada and do not have a PR card. How can I return to Canada? section.

Here is an excerpt,


Returning by private vehicle

There are other documents you can use to enter the country.
When you return to Canada, apply for a PR card if you plan to travel outside Canada again.

Some examples of private vehicles include, but are not limited to: a car, truck, motorcycle, or recreational vehicle that you own, borrow, or rent, and that is not available for public use.



I hope this information is helpful. Please let us know if you have further questions and if there is any follow up to your question/situation.
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