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    Cannot fulfill residency obligations anymore

    A friend of mine assumed that it was actually IRCC that gave that information to CRA. How likely do you think is that?
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    Cannot fulfill residency obligations anymore

    Thanks for taking up the CRA issue... Well, sounds logic, but if IRCC has that info, shouldn't I have received some notification from them already? Informing me that they started processing my PR status being taken away from me?
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    Cannot fulfill residency obligations anymore

    OK, I understand and I had that in mind as well. But I don't know how they should have recorded the answer that I have given the last time I entered. I mean, the officer did not take any note, he did not write down anything and he did not have any computer or electronic device with him to make...
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    Cannot fulfill residency obligations anymore

    Well, if I go, I would go alone. No spouse, no fiancé, no kids or any other dependants. No one who would have to be sponsored by me. And I don't intend to take a job that requires travelling outside canada.
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    Cannot fulfill residency obligations anymore

    Actually there was something: When I landed in Montreal on Oct 31 I got my PR card scanned at one of the kiosks, answered all the questions, took the white printout and showed it together with the PR card to a border officer. He asked me "When did you leave Canada". Not being prepared for such a...
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    Cannot fulfill residency obligations anymore

    Thanks for your replies. Maybe I should add something: Last weekend I received some mail (I mean by postal service) from Canada Revenue Agency. It was 4 letters, each of them with the following subject line: "Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax credit (GST/HSTC) notice" resp. "Goods and...
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    Cannot fulfill residency obligations anymore

    I have already read some threads posted by people who don't have or will not meet the most important residency obligation: being physically present in Canada for 730 days within 5 years to maintain permanent resident status. Well, this is also the case for me. I'm gonna explain my situation...