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Are you sure that there are no timelimits in this case? I mean, if, for any reasons, your husband/wife has to extend his/ her stay abroad...
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Thank you all for you feedback and information.
It is up time for me to leave Canada and join the business overseas, I suppose all the stipulated rules are met, however I would ask the following questions:
1- Should I inform the CIC , CBSA or any other agency before I leave to guarantee my safe return to Canada. (I might come back before the expiration of my PR in manner I would not be able to collect 730).
2- Should I obtain any documents from those department to support my case.
3- Is the travel documents have any link to the matter.
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Thank you all for you feedback and information.
It is up time for me to leave Canada and join the business overseas, I suppose all the stipulated rules are met, however I would ask the following questions:
1- Should I inform the CIC , CBSA or any other agency before I leave to guarantee my safe return to Canada. (I might come back before the expiration of my PR in manner I would not be able to collect 730).
2- Should I obtain any documents from those department to support my case.
3- Is the travel documents have any link to the matter.
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Informing CIC will guarantee nothing.

Returning prior to expiration of the PR card does not necessarily equal being in compliance with the PR residency obligation. The obligation is 730 days within the previous five years (or, within the first five years, capable of meeting the 730 days by the five year anniversary of landing, the date the PR card expires not relevant to this).

Travel documents are, well, travel documents. They mostly evidence an individual's status and, beyond evidencing status for the purpose of initially obtaining certain benefits or services in Canada (drivers license, health card, and so on) generally are for the benefit of border control personnel and commercial transportation companies, simply for the purpose of showing that the individual is authorized to travel internationally (PR card being a travel document evidencing a right to enter Canada when traveling from a foreign location, subject to possible residency examination in some circumstances).
Bureaucracy is what bureaucracy does, or When in doubt, follow the instructions. Otherwise, follow the instructions.



BTW: Not an expert, not a Can. lawyer, never worked in immigration
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