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You can land in Quebec.
If they determine that you never intended to live in Quebec you can face deportation and the loss of your PR status.
So you need to be careful in terms of what you do.
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So long as you can prove you intended to settle in Quebec and then tried and could not manage that will be OK.
It will not affect your citizenship.
There is no time frame. It is simply that you may need to show you had the intention of settling in Quebec.There is no specific proof needed but if you do try and find jobs you should keep proof of that.
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It is all about your intentions of being able to prove that when you entered you still had the intention of living in Quebec.
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