PRESERVING CANADIAN PERMANENT RESIDENCE
In order to preserve the status of a permanent resident of Canada, every citizen has to meet a number of requirements, related to the residence in the country. For example, it is obligatory to live and work in Canada for at least two years (out of five). However, if you do not succeed in staying in the country during two years, you may still preserve the permanent resident status. It is only possible if: ⦁ You are an accompanying person of one or both parents who have the permanent resident status in Canada; ⦁ You are an employee of a Canadian company (in a government institution of a federal or provincial level); ⦁ You are a child, living with parents who have the permanent resident status and work for a Canadian company (in a government institution of a federal or provincial level); If you have the permanent resident status in Canada, but living outside the country, in order to return, you will have to receive the “document that facilitates entry into Canada”. The government body will consider your application and decide, whether you are eligible for a long-term stay in Canada.