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After I receive my residency in Québec, can I go live on other provinces?

I want to establish myself in Québec but move to somewhere with a better climate, like Vancouver. Is this possible? How can I avoid any problems with it?


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  • Green and Spiegel LLP
    October 26, 2018

    Provided you intend to live in Quebec and you tried to live in Quebec, you could live anywhere else.

  • JTH Lawyers Inc.
    October 26, 2018

    You could establish yourself and later go to another province, because the day you become permanent resident, you are protected by article 2 of the Canadian constitution that guarantees freedom of movement. This being said, during the process to get PR you should maintain the intention to settle in Quebec, and then give a legitimate chance of establishing yourself there. The above being said, no worries: The climate seems worse than it actually is, and with proper guidance from your representative from Quebec, you would find it much easier to adapt than you may think.

  • Green and Spiegel LLP
    November 06, 2018

    Canadian permanent residency allows you to live in any province. Once you have your PR card, you can live where you want.