Living in Canada,working in US

Old Feb 3rd 2002, 3:07 pm
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Vijay Raghavan
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Hello, I am a landed immigrant presently living in Toronto with my wife. I am getting
some job offers in Michigan,USA and I am thinking of relocating to Windsor which is
the Canadian border city and drive to work everyday to Detroit.My wife will be in
Canada. Can I do this without a returning resident permit and will it affect my
citizenship?

Thank you very much for your reply. Vijay
 
Old Feb 4th 2002, 12:42 pm
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Vijay Raghavan
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[email protected] (vijay Raghavan) Merci Staurt pour votre message. I would like to
mention a few things here :
a) I have bought a house here in Toronto
b) My wife lives here and is a student in UFT (toronto)
c) Though I would be working in Detroit,I would be coming to Canada Windsor everyday
as i would be living there .So legally I am in Canada everyday .
d) Worst case scenario, do you think a RRP would help,is it necessary in the first
place. What can I do so my PR is not revoked. I like this offer/job from US and
want to take it but not at the expense of loosing my PR.

Your answer would be highly appreicated.

Best Rgds Vijay
 
Old Feb 4th 2002, 1:00 pm
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Andrew Miller
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As long as you'll be returning every evening to your home and spending night in
Canada then leaving to US every morning for work there will not affect your residency
status in Canada at all. RRP is not needed for such reason as you won't be really
absent for prolonged time from Canada, you'll be absent only part of each weekday, so
don't worry about it.

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Old Feb 5th 2002, 2:39 am
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Stuart Brook
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Andrew Miller wrote:
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Just have some documentation to support the fact that you are indeed living in Canada
and have strong ties there. Sadly, many people in your place use Canada as a
sometimes bedroom (staying with a friend or whatever) and commuting to Detroit. They
have a much harder time proving it.

Stuart
 

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