PR status of Dependants

Old Jul 11th 2004, 1:02 am
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Will the PR status of the Dependants who are currently in Canada will loose their PR status and eligibility of citizenship if the main applicant is unable to continue to stay in Canada and returns to his own country. I am planning to land in Toronto and return back to Kuwait after completing all the PR formalities. However my daughter will be staying in Canada for more than 5 years continuously and studying in the university. Will she be eligible for citizenship even if I am unable to stay the minium required years in Canada to retain my PR status.

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Old Jul 11th 2004, 3:18 am
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Yes, as long as she is 18 or older.

There are many who apply for Canadian PR for the same reason as you do - to get PR status for their kids who otherwise wouldn't qualify on their own.


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Will the PR status of the Dependants who are currently in Canada will loose their PR status and eligibility of citizenship if the main applicant is unable to continue to stay in Canada and returns to his own country. I am planning to land in Toronto and return back to Kuwait after completing all the PR formalities. However my daughter will be staying in Canada for more than 5 years continuously and studying in the university. Will she be eligible for citizenship even if I am unable to stay the minium required years in Canada to retain my PR status.
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Old Jul 11th 2004, 5:24 pm
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Yes, as long as she is 18 or older.

There are many who apply for Canadian PR for the same reason as you do - to get PR status for their kids who otherwise wouldn't qualify on their own.

Thank you Mr.Miller for your advise. I am happy to hear my dauther's citizenship will not be linked with my (main applicant's) PR status. I suppose if I want to visit Canada at a later date, I can apply for a visit visa or can my daugher sponser me after she gets the citizenship and if so, is there a age limit for the parents.
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Old Jul 11th 2004, 5:37 pm
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Nope, there is no age limit for sponsored parents. But many at older age are found inadmissible for health reasons.



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Thank you Mr.Miller for your advise. I am happy to hear my dauther's citizenship will not be linked with my (main applicant's) PR status. I suppose if I want to visit Canada at a later date, I can apply for a visit visa or can my daugher sponser me after she gets the citizenship and if so, is there a age limit for the parents.
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