Permanent Resident of Canada
A permanent resident is an individual who decides to domicile in Canada and are normally physically present for at least 730 days in every 5 year period after receiving permanent resident status in Canada. If they are not residing in Canada, they must either be accompanying a parent spouse or common-law partner who is a Canadian citizen or be employed by a Canadian business or be in government service or is accompanying abroad a parent, spouse or common-law partner who is employed by a Canadian business or who is in government service. Work assignments abroad are not to be permanent.
May 18th, 2020