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Need to know, Is it possible to renew PR if number of minimum years to stay is not completed.

 
5eembijli

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Post ID: 235653 20-07-17 05:58:31
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Plan your work, stay and holidays. That is managing your activities in life.
If you are already in Canada and you are short of a few days, then you wait till the two full years are completed and after completion fill out and pay the fee and ask for RENEWAL.

To give you an example,if you landed here in Canada on 15th July 2014 and left after obtaining your PR Cards and now want to return from Qatar, you can return back. Normally the Immigration Officers are lenient and will let you get in and when your two years are over you find that you were short of a week or two, you wait till the TWO FULL YEARS get filled in, the exact number of days that you will need, and then you submit the application with the fees etc., and renew the same. It could take upto Six months to receive the NEW Cards. So, plan your travels, holidays etc., based upon the delays that you have to expect in getting your new cards.

Hope this helps.

FH.
I know a family that crossed the border after being absent for 4 years. Still filling in their 2 years.

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quote]Originally posted by 5eembijli

Need to know, Is it possible to renew PR if number of minimum years to stay is not completed.





 
Post ID: 235655 20-07-17 10:12:56
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5eembijli
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Thanks for your advisable replay, In my case I did my first landing in OCT 2012 . Spent 45 days, completed my initial process of paper work and went back to Qatar. The second visit I did after 2 years 10 months and planned to stay for good in Canada( for long term ) but unfortunately , I couldnt able to find suitable job in my profession . So I went back after spending 5 months. So as of present situation, I am thinking to came back as me and my family PR expires in OCT 2017. Pls advise in this case, Possibilities of renewal of PR .

 
Post ID: 235680 24-07-17 02:38:49
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Originally posted by 5eembijli

Thanks for your advisable replay, In my case I did my first landing in OCT 2012 . Spent 45 days, completed my initial process of paper work and went back to Qatar. The second visit I did after 2 years 10 months and planned to stay for good in Canada( for long term ) but unfortunately , I couldnt able to find suitable job in my profession . So I went back after spending 5 months. So as of present situation, I am thinking to came back as me and my family PR expires in OCT 2017. Pls advise in this case, Possibilities of renewal of PR .



Let the PR expire & forget about Canada. You have a much better life in Qatar. Nothing here in Canada for professional immigrants anyway.

Whatever happened in the last 5 years - 2012 to 2017 , NO job , NO income, Nothing in your profession, the same things or even worse is going to happen in the next 5 years, if you renew your PR.

What makes you think its going to be different, this time around ? Forget the attraction & lure of a PR or Canadian citizenship, its a honey trap.

The house prices have almost doubled since 2012, rent is about 1.5 times more, taxes have gone up, benefits have gone down, salaries are pretty much the same, still NO good jobs for immigrants, same racism & discrimination & attitude towards immigrants as before. Plus you are 5 years older, your salary has also increased in the last 5 years in Qatar, do you want to give all that up for some stupid PR ?

No point in coming here & making the same mistake you did 5 years back. Once bitten, twice shy. Most professional immigrants now go back or go to US after landing in Canada. The crap stays behind in Canada to waste their life in the sub zero temperatures.

Hence every year they have to bring 300,000 more immigrants to re fill the quota & maintain the population, its a revolving door of immigrants.


 
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5eembijli
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I really grateful for your true opinion, The same thing I felt when I was in Canada. But only for the sake of my kids education and there fuature, I am planning.

 
Post ID: 235684 24-07-17 06:04:18
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See what it is that is best for your Children and how you can go about accomp...
See what it is that is best for your Children and how you can go about accomp...lishing them. They need your guidance and input now to further their lives.

If you do have good friends, having lived here in Canada after making your entry, and if they will voluntarily accept the responsibilities of the LOCAL GUARDIAN for your children and of course you bearing all of the expenses associated with their stay and education here in Canada, then, you should settle them with a letter stating all of the above and get them into a school nearby and provide them with the BEST and the free education that they deserve here in Canada and continue on their journey here and enjoy our hospitality.

You can still continue to enjoy your work and stay there in Qatar and contribute to their welfare while they are studying and also drop in and join them as often as possible, either together or as a single member from time to time and cheer them up with your visits.

Failing which, there are special schools that provide a similar service to them here and enroll them and let them continue in their life and career to further their education for starters.

Hope this helps you a little.

FH.
While you are here if you succeed in finding a suitable employment, then go back and close out the chapter there in Qatar.

EDIT..: You do not need a visa to enter. So also, your family does not need one. Once you enter you will have to stay here continuously for good. THEN, renew when your two years are over. There will be lots of grilling so be prepared for the Immigration inquiries. You will get it. A lawyer will work for you. Costs a few bucks. That is the way the chips fall, when you miss the BUS.

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I really grateful for your true opinion, The same thing I felt when I was in Canada. But only for the sake of my kids education and there fuature, I am planning.





 
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Originally posted by 5eembijli

I really grateful for your true opinion, The same thing I felt when I was in Canada. But only for the sake of my kids education and there fuature, I am planning.



Up to Grade 12 education is not bad in Qatar or any other Gulf countries. Its actually better than Canadian High schools.

The high schools in Canada are a JOKE, some really stupid & dumb kids coming out of them. None of them have any basics or fundamentals like Mathematics, Physics & are not ready for Universities or Colleges. Heck even English medium & Convent schools in India are much better than the garbage over here.

After Grade 12, you can always send your kids to some university in USA, UK, Australia or even in India like IIT , IIM . If they are smart, they will even get grants & scholarships in these Universities. They have quotas for NRI's in good universities in India.

Don't sacrifice your job & good life in Qatar for some so called Canadian education for your kids. That's a myth. The education here is quite low grade & expensive. Rest of the world doesn't care about Canadian universities & its education.

We are not exactly talking about Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Oxford, Cambridge - when it comes to Canada.


 
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Have you actually attended any Canadian University or seen any Good Canadian High School? The western educational system - in general - is based on self study / self motivation and interest (Unlike desi system of teaching/hand holding, memorizing, etc). Students who are good and who are interested in pursuing their academic goals do succeed. Rest of the class drops out. The curriculum of these High Schools is not as bad as what you have described.

If we do not talk about Harvard, Yale, Stanford, etc. we can still talk about Univ of Toronto, McGill, UBC, Waterloo and so on. I have seen students from some of these schools and they are excellent. Even the Canadian universities that are not ranked (not the top schools) are good - far better than the private colleges in India that produce low quality graduates.

About "sending" your kids to IITs and IIMs...These schools are only for the top students in India (what we call as the "cream" ) - Their entrance exam is not the selection test, but it is actually the elimination test. So, "sending" your kids to these school is like "sending" you kids to MIT / Stanford.

In Canada, you do not have to fall in this "super good" category to succeed. If your kids go to any decent college, their success rate will be higher. That's what Indian parents think of when they think of their kid's education when they come to Canada.



 
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Originally posted by cdn_dude

Have you actually attended any Canadian University or seen any Good Canadian High School? The western educational system - in general - is based on self study / self motivation and interest (Unlike desi system of teaching/hand holding, memorizing, etc). Students who are good and who are interested in pursuing their academic goals do succeed. Rest of the class drops out. The curriculum of these High Schools is not as bad as what you have described.

If we do not talk about Harvard, Yale, Stanford, etc. we can still talk about Univ of Toronto, McGill, UBC, Waterloo and so on. I have seen students from some of these schools and they are excellent. Even the Canadian universities that are not ranked (not the top schools) are good - far better than the private colleges in India that produce low quality graduates.

About "sending" your kids to IITs and IIMs...These schools are only for the top students in India (what we call as the "cream" ) - Their entrance exam is not the selection test, but it is actually the elimination test. So, "sending" your kids to these school is like "sending" you kids to MIT / Stanford.

In Canada, you do not have to fall in this "super good" category to succeed. If your kids go to any decent college, their success rate will be higher. That's what Indian parents think of when they think of their kid's education when they come to Canada.



Universities in Canada are a joke. When I attended some courses in a good university in Canada, both the professors and students in my classes were a bunch of tools.

Whatever I learned in Grade 11 & Grade 12 in India, these morons in Canada were teaching in First year university and the white Kids were still struggling..lol. I used to finish at the top of my class without studying, because Indian education was much better !

I wasted my time & money on these courses as I learnt nothing at the end of the day, even though my grades were very good. The dumb white kids used to copy assignments from Indian & Chinese kids.

The racist White professors still used to favour the White kids & the white kids used to get better jobs upon graduation in spite of the poor grades.

The racism & discrimination starts from schools, colleges, all the way up to employment.

I used to see poor Indian & Chinese students, whose parents had spent their life savings to send them to these stupid racist universities. I used to feel sorry for them. Most of them would return home penniless & broken, as they wouldn't get jobs or work permit upon graduation. No employers would hire them, those jobs were reserved for the White kids.

Education is another big scam in Canada in addition to immigration. Most of these immigrant students are looted by the colleges/universities & upon graduation get no jobs.


 
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