An Error Corrected

We were contacted by a client who had been rejected his permanent resident status because he was found to have not completed his term of compulsory stay in Canada, which is 730 days within 5 years. An interesting twist happened when our Canada Immigration Lawyers assessed her case and realized that she was completely eligible for her permanent resident status. She had herself miscalculated the number of days that she had stayed in Canada. The application was re-submitted to Citizenship and Immigration Canada with correct information and she was granted a permanent resident status.