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|Permanent Resident Card (PR card) requirements are:• have the permanent resident status
• being in Canada,
• not been asked by the Government of Canada to leave the country
• not being a Canadian Citizen, and
• meeting the Minimum Residency ObligationsMinimum residency obligations
If you have been a permanent resident for five (5) years or more
• you must have been physically present in Canada for a minimum of 730 days within the past five (5) years.
If you have been a permanent resident for less than five (5) years
• you must show that you will be able to meet the minimum of 730 days of physical presence in Canada within five (5) years of the date you became a permanent resident.Time spent outside of Canada
Effective August 1, 2014, for the purpose of determining whether a permanent resident meets the residency requirements to maintain permanent resident status, CIC’s definition of “child” has changed, from under 22 years of age to under 19 years of age.Time during which an applicant aged 19 and over accompanied a parent abroad before August 1, 2014, will be assessed under the previous definition of “child.” Time during which an applicant aged 19 and over accompanies a parent abroad on or after August 1, 2014, will be assessed under the new definition of “child.”You may also count days outside of Canada as days for which you satisfy the residency obligation in the following circumstances:OPTION 1. Accompanying a Canadian citizen outside CanadaYou may count each day that you accompanied a Canadian citizen outside Canada provided that the person you accompanied is your spouse, common-law partner or parent (if you are a child under 19 years of age).
OPTION 2. Employment outside Canada
You may count each day you were employed outside Canada if your employment meets the following requirements:
-> a position outside Canada
-> an affiliated enterprise outside Canada or
-> a client of the Canadian business or the public service outside Canada
For this application, a Canadian business is defined as:
• a corporation that is incorporated under the laws of Canada or of a province and that has an ongoing operation in Canada
OPTION 3. Accompanying a permanent resident outside Canada
You may count each day you accompanied a permanent resident outside Canada provided that:
Humanitarian and compassionate grounds
If you are unable to meet the residency obligation, CIC will consider any compelling humanitarian and compassionate factors in your individual circumstances that may justify the retention of permanent resident status.