My husband (Candian citizen) is currently working in the US, but we plan for me to get a PR for Canada. We're planning to retire in Canada, but he plans to work in the US for a few more years (max. 5 years) to save enough money to be able to work remotely in Canada. I'm seeing that could be a problem because we need to prove that he'll live with me in Canada once I have PR. We can get a place of residence under both our names so he can travel back and forth between US and Canada regularly, every weekend for example. He works in Seattle, so the commute is doable. Will that help our application? Any tips or people with similar experiences? We have most of the requirements covered except for this one. He's currently on a TN Visa in the US and I was going to get a TD Visa, but I got denied at the US Embassy where I'm from. We would have applied for a PR anyway, but we were hoping to do that once I was in the US so we can coordinate on the paperwork. Now it seems like the PR is our only way to be together, so we want to make sure that we have ourselves covered. Any opinions would be appreciated!