3 out of five years

Old Sep 3rd 2005, 7:34 pm
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Hi all,

If I vist the USA do they start counting the time i have to do again or just take the two weeks and add it on so i would have to do 3years and two weeks.

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Hi all,

If I vist the USA do they start counting the time i have to do again or just take the two weeks and add it on so i would have to do 3years and two weeks.

Andrew

There's no 'three in five' residence requirement - it's 'two in five' for keeping your residence and 'three in four' for citizenship.


Which one are you talking about?

Rules on counting time outside Canada are different for the two calculations.


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There's no 'three in five' residence requirement - it's 'two in five' for keeping your residence and 'three in four' for citizenship.


Which one are you talking about?

Rules on counting time outside Canada are different for the two calculations.


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To be eligible to apply for citizenship you must accumulate 1,095 days (3 years) of residency in Canada within 4 years immediately preseding citizenship application.


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