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After entering Canada as a PNP applicant, has anyone faced any problems after moving out from their nominated province?

As long as the plan to move arose AFTER arrival, it would be fine. You might forfeit a business startup deposit or something like that, but it wouldn’t affect your PR.If the plan arose BEFORE arrival, then the PR would have been obtained under false pretenses, which would be fraudulent, and grounds for PR removal.So, to take extreme examples of “same day” leaving:Dude #1 arrives in Montreal via Quebec immigration (not a PNP, but the same for this purpose), and already has a connecting flight to Vancouver. He arrives at the Immigration booth, things take a little longer than planned, and he gets a little “itchy” and in a rush. The Immigration officer asks him why he’s in a rush, is anyone waiting for him? He answers: “No, I’m going to miss my flight to Vancouver.” “Oh, why are you going to Vancouver?” “That’s where I have a house.” “Are you intending to come back to Quebec?” “No.” Final words of the Immigration officer: “Don’t worry about your flight to Vancouver, you won’t need it. Entry denied. The airline that you arrived in will be responsible for taking you back to your country of citizenship!”Dude #2 was selected by the Newfoundland PNP, and arrives in July, having flown in on the London (UK) flight. He’s happy enough to be in Newfoundland, where he has a job waiting for him, but as soon as he gets out of the airport, discovers that he has a horrible allergy to *something* in the air. He’s hauled away in an ambulance, and after a night in a hospital isolation room, the best that they can suggest is that he leave the province for the summer. He heads straight back to the airport, loaded with anti-allergy medicine, hops on the next flight to Toronto, and never looks back. It’s a shame for Newfoundland, but all he did was to exercise his *constitutional* right to live anywhere in Canada. Which only exists AFTER landing. This would apply equally well if his reason were simply that the air stinks.Dude #3 was selected by the Manitoba PNP (despite having never been to Manitoba), and arrives on a flight to Toronto, with the intention to rent a car and to drive to Manitoba the next days, wanting to see a bit of the country along the way. He goes to an airport hotel to spend the night, but having jetlag, has a hard time sleeping and goes to hang out at a nearby bar, where he meets the woman of his dreams. He cancels his Manitoba plans in order to spend the rest of his life with her in Toronto. Again, he’s exercising his constitutional right to live anywhere he wants, BUT HERE’S THE THING: it looks bad. It really looks like he had been planning to stay in Ontario all along. Currently, such cases aren’t investigated, but one imagines that it could happen in the future, and he’d have very little backup (on a preponderance of evidence standard) to show that he intended to live in Manitoba. If I were advising this dude, I’d suggest to him that he proactively make a point of going to Manitoba at least for a look-see and keeping evidence of his time there, just in case the “climate” changes in the future and he is questioned about his change of plans.Key point: pre-existing plan to live elsewhere = fraud. Subsequent change of plans = no problem (except possible loss of any “performance” deposits).

(Ontario) Applied for an apartment, paid a deposit with the application, got approved, now I don't want the place. Can I get the deposit back?

(Ontario) Applied for an apartment, paid a deposit with the application, got approved, now I don't want the place. Can I get the deposit back?You could ask, but the landlord is under no obligation to return your deposit. A deposit is a guarantee of your intention to rent and so your landlord stops advertising for other tenants. He could lose a month—or more—income for the apartment thanks to your change of mind. Legal—and morally—you have no grounds to get your deposit back.

What is the meaning of “first and last month rent”?

For jurisdictions (like Ontario, Canada, where my rental properties are) that allow it, tenants can be required to pay their first month’s rent and a rent deposit equal to one month’s rent to be held in trust by the landlord to cover their last month’s rent. Ontario does not allow the collection of security or cleaning deposits.The intent is obviously to allow tenants to be able to afford to move to their next residence where they will also be expected to pay “first and last”. Unfortunately, irresponsible tenants who leave on bad terms can stick the landlord with cleaning, damage or junk removal costs and the only recourse is small claims court.

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