Common Law PR Split

Old Sep 9th 2010, 7:46 pm
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I've searched the forums but had no joy finding an answer to the situation I find myself in.

My Partner and I (been together 10+ years) applied for PR via the skilled worker channel with her listed as the principal applicant and myself as an accompanying family member. We received Confirmation of Permanent Residency and landed earlier this year for a recce trip. As we were only in Canada for a couple of weeks we didn't receive our PR cards but the confirmations are all signed and we have the address notification form that we need to send off with our address details in Canada.

It now looks like we are splitting up, I'm still keen to go to Canada to start over, but I would be going on my own. Is this possible ? or is a condition of my residency that I accompany her ?

Thanks for any help.
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Hi
I've searched the forums but had no joy finding an answer to the situation I find myself in.

My Partner and I (been together 10+ years) applied for PR via the skilled worker channel with her listed as the principal applicant and myself as an accompanying family member. We received Confirmation of Permanent Residency and landed earlier this year for a recce trip. As we were only in Canada for a couple of weeks we didn't receive our PR cards but the confirmations are all signed and we have the address notification form that we need to send off with our address details in Canada.

It now looks like we are splitting up, I'm still keen to go to Canada to start over, but I would be going on my own. Is this possible ? or is a condition of my residency that I accompany her ?

Thanks for any help.
Yes, you can as you are now a PR and as long as you meet the residency requirements of 2/5 years, you are fine.
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Old Sep 9th 2010, 7:58 pm
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Yes, you can as you are now a PR and as long as you meet the residency requirements of 2/5 years, you are fine.
Thanks, looks like my life is not a total disaster then !
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