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PR in U.S but got Juror Questionnaire in Canada?

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Sooo, I got a jury questionnaire back home in Canada, after living here in tha U.S for two years..hehe For some reason this gives me the giggles....Anywho...Was there someone I was sapost to contact about my move for jury duty? Do i still qualify to do jury duty in Canada, when I live in the States? Should I sign the card and send it back with a letter stating i'm living outside of Canada?

Would love some answers about this matter :)


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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I suspect you don't qualify as you're not a resident. I would do as you suggest and send it back with a letter advising of your US residency.



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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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You might consider calling, perhaps they require proof in which case a copy of your GC would suffice to prove you're a resident of the US.


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Thanks for the replies, Finally got a hold of someone at the Toronto office. They told me to scratch the address and state that I moved out of country, provide one piece of proof of residency outside of Canada (drivers license, utility bill, Green Card....)Also if it's in your maiden name still, to scratch your last name and write in your new name, they said I didn't need to send in any proof of name change..like a marriage license. Seems pretty simple!!!


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