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Subject: All the experts check this out and answer pls!
  I want to revoke my existing PR which is valid until November 1, 2008 (sorry not March 2008). I want to revoke my PR and apply freshly jointly with my wife as a skilled worker again and I dont mind getting back in the queue even if it takes 2-4 years. Please let me know how do I go about this?? how do I revoke? and whats the procedure?

Also I married in 2007 June and have not added my wife to my PR nor have I informed CIC of my marriage as I live in USA. So will there be a problem if I revoke my PR and apply jointly with my wife all over again from scratch??? Please help??

[01-02-2008,16:14]
[**.14.187.167]
Kannada2Canada
(in reply to: All the experts check this out and answer pls!)
You need help because your actions are illogical. Establish residence again and sponsor her.
[01-02-2008,16:47]
[**.15.49.18]
Roy
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basically, I dont want to go to Canada now until another 2 years. Plus my PR is expiring in late this year. So I want to put in a brand new application residing in USA for skilled worker and jointly file as a married couple.

Any knowledge here from forum members on how to revoke an existing PR?

[01-02-2008,17:44]
[**.14.187.167]
kannada2canada
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You have PR now and go through all that again? Doesn´t really make sense. I´d find a way to move back by Nov, 2008.

But in any case, if you revoke PR it may cause proeblems when you re-apply. Immigration may question what kind of commitment you had to waste their time and resources in processing you the first time when there´s such a backlog. Although I´m no expert, it may be grounds for rejection.

[01-02-2008,18:25]
[**.53.225.236]
Richard
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I think so too Richard. In the future they´ll give a hard look, though I don´t think will reject just for this. He should wait for some time after revoke.

People usually are very anxious to get their PR. This is one of the rare exception where we see the reverse. I hope CBV333 is not reading this.

[01-02-2008,19:12]
[**.157.15.18]
Departed_Canadian
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Good advice, DC. At least wait or come up with some good reason why re-applying. By the way, on the application there is a question asking if the applicant ever applied in the past for PR or visa, and an explanation is required.
[01-02-2008,20:13]
[**.53.225.236]
Richard
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Of course he´ll need to come up with a good explanation of revoking his PR once.

If I were him, I would simply forget about the PR revoking plan and take any chance. Anyway, decision is his own. We are just to give advice if we can.

[02-02-2008,00:10]
[**.157.15.18]
Departed_Canadian
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What the hell you want to revoke your PR ?????????????? have you gone mad ?

Don´t know the details about your case but there must be a way around this. I would agree that revoking and re-applying again may lead to rejection.

Think carefully before you act.

[02-02-2008,22:39]
[**.204.10.73]
CBV333
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oooops. CBV found the thread.

try not to explode.

[02-02-2008,23:21]
[**.155.160.37]
Sharon
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