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How long do I have to stay in NB?

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I was recently accepted for the PNP in New Brunswick. New Brunswick seems like a nice place, but I have many friends in Vancouver and it seems like the type of place I would rather live. What are the requirements for staying in New Brunswick once I get to Canada? Can I travel frequently to visit my friends in Vancouver and will the Government know if I move to BC?

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    Thank you for your question.
    When a person obtains permanent residency under a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) of one province, and after landing, abandons that province and moves elsewhere, breaking terms and conditions imposed for obtaining residency, this is commonly referred to as “trampolining”. Keep in mind, when you immigrate through a PNP, you sign a statement saying you intend to settle in that province. If you don’t intend to settle in that province at the time you land as a PR, that is considered misrepresentation. You are able to travel and visit friends in other provinces, however, If Citizenship and immigration Canada becomes aware that you misrepresented yourself at any point, they may revoke your PR.

    Steven Snider - Feb 09, 2014 | Reply

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