A PR (Permanent Residence) card expires every 5 years and needs to be renewed simultaneously until you obtain citizenship/become a citizen of Canada. If you do not meet the residency requirements, your only hope is to file a Humanitarian and Compassionate consideration application. A Humanitarian and Compassionate consideration application is an application in which you basically tell the officer to forgive you because there was a situation in which you had to leave the country.
An example factors that made you leave the country are a family emergency, medical issues, and employment/financial issues. If you do not have a legitimate reason for leaving Canada when having a PR Card, you will not be eligible to enter the country until you obtain a new PR card or travel document.
If you realize that you are out of the country when your PR card is about to expire, contact Akrami & Associates so that one of the representatives can help you with your urgent matter.
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Akrami and Associates is a Canadian Immigration firm specializing in helping people to immigrate to Canada. Collectively our team have worked on thousands of cases involving all Canadian immigration matters involving permanent residencies, temporary residencies, and business immigration.