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[How to apply for PR Card] Canadian new immigrants have not lived for two years in five years, as long as they meet the following conditions, they can also keep PR Card!

2019-03-27 14:52

    According to Canadian law: New immigrants must have lived in Canada for two years in five years to retain their immigration status. If they do not actually live in Canada for more than 730 days in five years, as long as the following conditions are met, Considered to have fulfilled their residency obligations:
 
  加拿大新移民五年内未住满两年只要满足以下条件也可保住枫叶卡!
 
1. You are living outside Canada with a spouse with a Canadian citizenship (such as a husband accompanying a wife or a wife accompanying her husband);
 
2. Your spouse is a full-time employee who is stationed overseas by a Canadian company, or a full-time public official who is stationed overseas by the Canadian government department;
 
3. You are a full-time employee who is stationed overseas by a Canadian company, or is a full-time official who is stationed overseas by the Canadian government department;
 
As long as you meet one of the above three conditions, you can still count as living in Canada when you are not living in Canada.
 
have to be aware of is:
 
(1) Accompanying a spouse or a full-time expatriate must be able to prove that the spouse is living together. For example, if the spouse is a Canadian, but the spouse lives in Canada and you live in China, then this situation cannot be counted. Doing is to live with your spouse plus spouse.
 
(2) In the case of accompanying spouse, it is necessary to provide proof of relationship between two people. For example, the marriage certificate of two people has been translated in English and passed the fair certificate of marriage certificate. There is no proof that can prove the relationship between two people. This way to do it.
 
(3) Although you may be living in Canada while you are accompanying your spouse or an expatriate overseas, the application to the Immigration Department is required to be filed in Canada. If you submit your application outside Canada, the Canadian Immigration Service is Not accepted.