PR Card Renewal
You must apply for a new PR card if your current one expires. However, if your application does not match the required criteria, your PR may be withdrawn. Numerous applicants are uninformed about this subject, and as a result, they lose their PR status. We will assess and help you to apply under the right head.
Don’t apply for a PR Card or Travel Document if you do not meet the Residency Requirement! If you do, the IRCC will begin the process of withdrawing your PR status, forcing you to file a Residency Appeal.
You must present proof of meeting the residence criteria in order to apply for a PR Card or a PR Travel Document: You must show the government that you have lived in Canada for at least 2 years (730 days) in the last 5 years when your application is assessed (filed). These 730 days are cumulative rather than sequential. If you are a permanent resident and your spouse is a Canadian citizen, each day you accompany your spouse overseas will count toward your residency requirement as if you were physically present in Canada.