Follow up on stay question

Old Jan 17th 2002, 12:20 pm
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Andrew Miller
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You must accumulate 1,095 days of residence in Canada within 4 years immediately
prior to citizenship application and you must never cease to be Canadian PR.

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Old Jan 17th 2002, 12:40 pm
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Spencer Jones
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Hi, Thanks for the reply. I've been told that I must stay a total of 1095 days to
qualify for citizenship once my residence has been granted. My question is this: can
these 1095 days be spread over an indefinite period or must they be within a certain
period? My reason for asking is that my job keeps me on the road at least half of
every year (but I do want to get Canadian citizenship and eventually settle down for
good there). Any help? Thanks.
 
Old Jan 18th 2002, 5:03 am
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James Metcalfe
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If you are working for a Cdn company and are travelling outside of Canada on
behalf of your company a citizenship judge may waive the requirement for 1095 of
physical presence in Canada but you will still have to centralize your life in C
anada which means that your wil have to maintain and occupy your principal
residence etc... in Canada.

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Old Jan 18th 2002, 4:29 pm
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No. Citizenship Act has not been changed.

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