When I enter husband as deemed resident it automatically changes wife to the same and I cant override even though she is still factual resident?

Spouses that Intend to Return to Canada and expect to Maintain their Canadian Residency Where you are the spouse of a Canadian Government employee and are moving with your spouse and family to another country for your spouse to carry out a foreign assignment for the Government of Canada and it is your intention to return to Canada following the assignment, then you will be considered a factual resident of Canada. This factual residency is based on your intention to return to Canada as well as your secondary residential ties maintained with Canada, as described in paragraph 1.14 of Folio S5-F1-C1

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Both have to be Paper filed--what i do (and have lots of these) if do spouse as "deemed" and print in off, then change it so other is factual and print it. Has worked for me for past 4 years

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