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Can Conditional Permanent Resident work in Canada a few months?

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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I have had my Green Card for a little over a year.

I am married and live with USC wife and her family in Maryland..

I have an opportunity to work in Canada, staying with my family there, and making really good money.

I would stay no more than 6 months.

My wife would remain in US. i would probably not be able to visit US during my 6 month absence.

Is this legal?

Would I be able to work without a special permit since i am technically still a Canadian citizen?

Would this prolong my being granted uncondiional Permanent Residency when it came time to life conditions?

Can someone provide me with a USCIS link regrading this?

Thanks

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