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Did you know: Maintaining your Canadian Permanent Residence

Did you know: To maintain your Canadian Permanent Residence status, you must physically reside in Canada for at least 730 days, for every 5 years period. These 730 days can be used in bulk or spread among the 5 years at your discretion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Therefore after visa issuance, candidates who are not logistically ready to settle in Canada can stay up to 3 years in their home country to properly plan their final move while still enjoying unlimited exploratory or pre-settlement trips to Canada.

Sincerely,

The Canadim Team!

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