Preserving Your Permanent Residence Status
A Canadian Permanent Resident is free to travel out and in of Canada. On the other hand, for permanent residency obligations,he/she must collect two years of physical existence in Canada for each five-year period after they become there arrived a Permanent Citizen that is landed (in Canada). An exclusion to the principle would simply affect any one of the following:
- The Permanent Resident is accompanying a Canadian- citizen spouse or common-law partner;
- The Permanent Resident is a child under 22 years old, accompanying a Canadian- person parent;
- The Permanent Resident is used on a full time basis by a Canadian business, the Public Service of Canada or the public service of a Canadian province; or
- The Permanent Resident is a child under 22 years old, accompanying a parent who is used on a full time basis by a company, the public-service of Canada or the public service of a Canadian province and outside Canada.
A Permanent Resident may drop their status if she/he does not adhere to the residency duties. A starting order might be given, when a Permanent Citizen fails to fulfill their residency duties. This order requires that person to leave on Canada.