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Requirements to Maintain Canadian Permanent Residence

Jade Calver

To maintain your status as a permanent resident of Canada, you must spend a certain amount of time in Canada to show that you spend time physically in Canada. The Government of Canada states that out of every five year period, you must live in Canada for at least two years. The two years do not need need to be continuous; you need to spend two years cummulatively out of every five year period.

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Calver and Associates Oshawa Office | Tour

Jade Calver

Calver and Associates recently moved to a new building in Oshawa. We are now situated at 71 Albert St. in Suite 3. Our new location features easy on-street parking and accessible public transportation routes. We welcome you to our new office space in our tour video, below!

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Express Entry Results for December 19th Draw

Jade Calver

The Government of Canada drew for the first round of Express Entry invitations in December 2018. In this draw, 3,900 Invitations to Apply (ITA) were issued and the cut-off score was 439 Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points. This draw featured the same number of invitations as previous draws this season. This draw features a substantial dip in the cut-off score in comparison to the previous draw, which took place on December 12th, 2018.

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Live in Caregiver Programs | New Rules

Jade Calver

The Live-In Caregiver Program (LCP) was a program offered to foreign nationals wishing to live and work in Canada as a caregiver for children, seniors, or people with high medical needs. In 2014, this program closed. Instead, the Government of Canada created two programs for those wishing to work as a caregiver in Canada. These programs include the Caring for Children Program and the Caring for People with High Medical Needs Program.

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Who Should Apply for a Temporary Resident Permit?

Jade Calver

The Temporary Resident Permit allows individuals who are deemed criminally inadmissible to enter Canada under certain circumstances. A person may be deemed criminally inadmissible for a number of reasons, such as a criminal conviction, medical inadmissibility, or security reasons. Check out our infographic below for more information about the Temporary Resident Permit.

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