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Rentry into Canada as PR

devil786

Full Member
May 1, 2014
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Hello Friends, I completed my PR on 3rd Dec 2014, after that, I stayed only for 2 weeks inside Canada, and then left for my Home Country, now in March 2018, i have the plan to return permanently to Canada.

My question is if inside Canada for 2 consecutive years, will I be eligible for PR renewal? Also, should I expect any problem at the port of entry due to my long stay outside Canada?


looking forward to, your valuable comments. thanks in advance
 

hamgha

VIP Member
Mar 1, 2017
3,212
642
App. Filed.......
07-07-2017
Nomination.....
12-04-2017
IELTS Request
21-01-2017
Med's Done....
25-04-2017
Hello Friends, I completed my PR on 3rd Dec 2014, after that, I stayed only for 2 weeks inside Canada, and then left for my Home Country, now in March 2018, i have the plan to return permanently to Canada.

My question is if inside Canada for 2 consecutive years, will I be eligible for PR renewal? Also, should I expect any problem at the port of entry due to my long stay outside Canada?


looking forward to, your valuable comments. thanks in advance
re-post this in residency obligations section
 

scylla

VIP Member
Jun 8, 2010
66,318
9,382
Toronto
Category........
Visa Office......
Buffalo
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
28-05-2010
AOR Received.
19-08-2010
File Transfer...
28-06-2010
Passport Req..
01-10-2010
VISA ISSUED...
05-10-2010
LANDED..........
05-10-2010
Hello Friends, I completed my PR on 3rd Dec 2014, after that, I stayed only for 2 weeks inside Canada, and then left for my Home Country, now in March 2018, i have the plan to return permanently to Canada.

My question is if inside Canada for 2 consecutive years, will I be eligible for PR renewal? Also, should I expect any problem at the port of entry due to my long stay outside Canada?


looking forward to, your valuable comments. thanks in advance
It's impossible for any of us to say if you will have problems at the border. You might or you might not. If you are reported at the border for failing to meet the residency obligation, you'll have to appear at a hearing and should expect to lose your PR status unless you have strong H&C reasons for why you failed to meet RO. If you are able to re-enter without being reported, then you will need to remain in Canada for two years without leaving before you'll be able to renew your PR card and ensure you can keep your PR status.