Conditional PR Question

Old Dec 21st 2016, 12:05 am
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This may be a non issue as condition 51 is due to be repealed next spring sometime but I wanted to ask anyway.

I recently received PR and am subject to condition 51, which is no issue. However early next year (possibly before con 51 has been repealed) my fiance (the sponsor) and I are looking to move from Vancouver and buy a house in Kelowna together. This might mean that I will have to move to Kelowna a month or so before my fiance to start a new job, while she stays in Vancouver to wrap things up there. If a suitable house has not come on the market at that time I would have to temporarily rent somewhere by myself in order to keep my job in Kelowna, in which case we wouldn't technically have both of our names on a lease or title for the in-between period.

Would this be considered a violation of our 'cohabitation' during the 2 year period following my landing?
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From the CIC website
While the Regulations require a “continuous” period of two years of cohabitation, from time to time, one or the other partner may leave the home for work or business travel or family obligations. CIC officers should follow existing guidelines when assessing a period of cohabitation where temporary or short separations have occurred. See OP 2, Section 5.35 for more information
Operational Bulletin 480 (Modified) – November 16, 2015

In a case like yours I wouldn't lose sleep over it.
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I agree with FL, I wouldn't get too worried about it. It'll clearly be a short absence, and you'll have lots of evidence about the fact that you're still in a relationship and not pretending in order to facilitate the immigration process. So I wouldn't worry about it.
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