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A letter to prove that you have no intention to give up being a canadian residence, e.g. briefly(more details is required)
- an explanation of why leaving Canada over 183 days
- with copy of your bank account, eal estate, or any financial deposits in Canada
- marriage certificate(if married and either husband or wife is still in Canada) *must powerful part
- other material related to prove you never give up Canada.
when meeting the immigrant officials in Pearson airport, you just simple give them your 'document'. Normally, they will change the original landing date which you entry Canada to the given date. However, the previous days you stayed in Canada before leaving Canada are still count for the 'Canadian Citizen'.
alternative option back from the states: (not recommanded in some given situations)
the border official will ask you how long and where you have stayed in the states while checking your landing paper and stamp on your China passport. Of course, you can simple answer, "3 days in NYC"
Additionally, probably, they will be willing to look at your I94(white card) and try to take it back. However, here comes the risky part: let's say you have a US visa; were just out of JFK airport(where you got I94 when entering the US); took the greyhound bus from NYC midtown 39 or 42th station and heading to the border. Now, here is a big problem occurs if the Canadian border official look your just-issued I94 with stamped from JFK airport or any other US airports, but not 'habor'. Under no circumstances, could you get a I94' white card ' not issued by US custom officials from Canadian and US broder officials or Canadian airport, but by the US international airport.
In your case, this is not seemed to be an option.＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞