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    Posted: 26 Dec 2009 at 12:48pm
Hi everyone! Could somebody tell me where I can find information regarding the rules or norms to keep PR status if I have to go in and out of Canada?? This is of extreme importance for me since I can't stay permanently in Canada and I'm forced to leave and come back every now and then due to family affairs.

Thank you very much in advance!!


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Everything is on CIC website:

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/newcomers/about-pr.asp#keep_status
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Thank you very much for your info! I do have further questions regarding this subject:

1. Must I live the obligatory 730 days in Canada IN A ROW? Or can they be added or accounted for?
2. If I've been living in Canada for, say 100 days, and have to leave the country and come back, is my day-count reset or can they be acknowledged?

Thank you very much.

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730 days total within the applicable 5 year period
They don't have to be in a row

Originally posted by chencho chencho wrote:

Thank you very much for your info! I do have further questions regarding this subject:

1. Must I live the obligatory 730 days in Canada IN A ROW? Or can they be added or accounted for?
2. If I've been living in Canada for, say 100 days, and have to leave the country and come back, is my day-count reset or can they be acknowledged?

Thank you very much.

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