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Old Dec 3rd 2004, 7:07 am
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Hi there,

I've applied for PR in the common-law class back in September.
I live in Canada with my sponsor and have applied through Buffalo.
I am now leaving Canada for 4 months (going back to my country of nationality to work for the winter). My sponsor however is staying in Canada, at the same address.

My question is: do I need to let Buffalo know about this or not?

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Old Dec 3rd 2004, 9:24 am
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Originally Posted by mpb
Hi there,

I've applied for PR in the common-law class back in September.
I live in Canada with my sponsor and have applied through Buffalo.
I am now leaving Canada for 4 months (going back to my country of nationality to work for the winter). My sponsor however is staying in Canada, at the same address.

My question is: do I need to let Buffalo know about this or not?

Thanks
mpb
Common-law partners are expected to live together so your plan might cause problems even though it makes sense to me.
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Old Dec 3rd 2004, 1:07 pm
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Originally Posted by Jim Humphries
Common-law partners are expected to live together so your plan might cause problems even though it makes sense to me.
Thanks Jim for your reply.
We've been living together, in a "marriage-like" relationship for 2 years+ now and this is well documented in our application. At this time I am unable to work in Canada and so it makes more sense to go and work temporarily in my country of origin (France) while the application is processed.

So do you suggest I let them know about my exact plans or should I just keep quiet???
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Old Dec 3rd 2004, 2:59 pm
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Originally Posted by mpb
Thanks Jim for your reply.
We've been living together, in a "marriage-like" relationship for 2 years+ now and this is well documented in our application. At this time I am unable to work in Canada and so it makes more sense to go and work temporarily in my country of origin (France) while the application is processed.

So do you suggest I let them know about my exact plans or should I just keep quiet???
It would be best to stay until the application is approved.
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Old Dec 3rd 2004, 4:01 pm
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Originally Posted by Jim Humphries
It would be best to stay until the application is approved.
Hi Jim,

I understand that it may be a problem because we will be separated for some time. However at this time I have made arrangements to go and work in France and I have a contract waiting for me there so it is too late to cancel. It is a temporary contract, until the end of April, and I have every intention of coming back to Canada when the contract is finished!

So considering that I AM going, should I tell Buffalo or not?

Thanks a lot for your help
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Old Dec 3rd 2004, 4:41 pm
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Originally Posted by mpb
Hi Jim,

I understand that it may be a problem because we will be separated for some time. However at this time I have made arrangements to go and work in France and I have a contract waiting for me there so it is too late to cancel. It is a temporary contract, until the end of April, and I have every intention of coming back to Canada when the contract is finished!

So considering that I AM going, should I tell Buffalo or not?

Thanks a lot for your help
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You do not need to tell them.
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