Canada ,Recently I got a job as consultant out of Canada, which authorizes should I inform to tell about my new status?

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Customer: I am PR In Canada ,Recently I got a job as consultant out of Canada , which authorizes should I inform to tell about my new status ?
JA: Have you talked to a Canadian lawyer about this?
Customer: No
JA: What steps have you taken so far?
Customer: Nothing yet
JA: Anything else you want the Lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: No ,thanks
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Hello – My name is ***** ***** I’m happy to assist you today. I am a Canadian lawyer who is able to answer immigration law questions.

Are you asking whether your need to tell Canada Immigration about your new job situation ?

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I will be non resident 10 monthes a year , what about my tax revenue statement?
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As I am a Legal Expert, I can advise you on the residency rights for permanent residents under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act of Canada but you will have to submit another question for a Accounting Expert regarding your tax revenue statement question.

As a PR of Canada, you need to live in Canada 2 years or 730 days in every 5 year period to retain your PR status.

Do you know how many years this job will go on for ?

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3 years
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In that case, if you will be out of Canada for 10 months a year for 3 years, that means you will only have accumulated 6 months of residence in Canada in three years. This means that after the three years is up, when you return to Canada, you need to remain in Canada for a 1.5 years to accumulate the 2 years of residence in Canada.

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JJL11, Expert

You are very welcome.

In some cases, time spent outside of Canada, can be counted as time spent in Canada such as if your job outside of Canada is working for the Canadian business or the Federal, Provincial government .

Here is a link to this information

https://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/answer.asp?qnum=1466&top=10

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No , I am very satisfied,
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That's great to hear. Take care.

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