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I am sure there are several ways to account for 730 days and it has absolutely nothing to do with trust... it is a numbers game...

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i agree it is not a trust thing, but how it goes the immigration officer asks you when you return to canada for how long have u been outside and then should check your entry and exit stamps in to other countries. im not sure if he has access to the system where he could view your transactions during canada REAL-TIME....

the thing that's confusing me, if they really are working this way, then we can easily make someone use our credit cards and rent an apartement and sub lease it under our name and that's it, we will be physically in canada and when we return we apply for the citizenship...could it be this easy :P ??
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Can you also have someone renew your driver's license for you, show regular everyday purchases on your credit and/or debit cards, use your health card, go to the doctor's using your name - oh yes - and hide your other entry stamps in your passport - those are just a few things for examples

Nothing irks the crap out of me more than people trying to scam
I love reading thru CanLii about people trying to scam on their 1095 days and being denied
I really wish the requirements for Canadian citizenship were much more stringent - I really do

Originally posted by ruff__Ryders___ ruff__Ryders___ wrote:

i agree it is not a trust thing, but how it goes the immigration officer asks you when you return to canada for how long have u been outside and then should check your entry and exit stamps in to other countries. im not sure if he has access to the system where he could view your transactions during canada REAL-TIME....

the thing that's confusing me, if they really are working this way, then we can easily make someone use our credit cards and rent an apartement and sub lease it under our name and that's it, we will be physically in canada and when we return we apply for the citizenship...could it be this easy :P ??
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945 days are must to be in canada for getting pr
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it is based on trust....
the answer to your question is what do you do when the officer asks you about UR absences?

if you lie, and if U get caught, it becomes a crime. Crime usually gets punishment!!

So don't get caught if U plan to lie....eh!
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Sanctimonious fervor... He who is without sin,let him cast the first stone... The question wasn't a plea to lie to the authorities/or how to..

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Originally posted by suse suse wrote:

so, as i understand, it's a kind of trust thing?? and how can i prove them that i stayed in Canada excatly 730 days?? there is a lot of things that i can do to work around these..i don't think that it is based on trust...i mean, really???
 
Your passport will be stamped when you re-enter Candian border, so you will be asked for a proof of the visiting country passport control or any other mean they control your entrance.
Canadian borders do not stamp exits, but they stamp entrance Wink
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No, they don't stamp it unless you are sent to immigration secondary inspection. Only other way is to ask the CUSTOMS officer to stamp the passport when they check/stamp your customs declaration card.....because most PR's do not get sent to immigration secondary unless their PR status is in question. Usually only people entering first time or foreign visitors get sent to immigration secondary.

But if you get caught with mis-representation regarding this, you could end up losing PR status altogether. So be honest about your trips. Remember CBSA has the APNR program in effect....(advance passenger name record)....(i believe it still does ,not sure though)...
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Canvis2006,
 
I have visited backhome once during my stay in Canada, I got my passport stamped at the entry, i didn't have to go thru the custom, (no immigration secondary inspection) cos i had no laguages...
So, i have 2 entry stamps on my passport, one at the initial entry (landed immigrant) and the second when i arrived from my short visit..
They also stamped my wife's passport when she followed me after her visit backhome, no laguages also, no sec. imm. inspec.
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You cannot enter Canada without PR Card.

Once you screen your PR card they know your entry details
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