Would you like to have permanent residence in Canada?
The Canada Permanent Residency process requires determining your eligibility for permanent residence, meeting requirements, and completing the PR application. If you are interested in Canadian permanent residence, read ahead to learn more. Then fill out our free immigration assessment form and we will get back to you within 24 hours to discuss your eligibility and options.
Canadian Immigration is still open! Canada is accepting thousands of immigrants every month. Now is the best time to apply for Canadian Immigration both temporary visas and permanent resident.
Hire an immigration professional to prepare your application for Canadian Immigration.
Your specific profile, goals, and intent for coming to Canada,
whether it be temporarily or permanent, determines what Canadian immigration program will be right for you. There are over 60 different programs available to immigrate to Canada. Getting an immigration professional to review your profile ensures you avoid costly and avoidable mistakes.
A permanent resident is someone who has been given permanent resident status by fulfilling the Canadian permanent residency requirements, but is not a Canadian citizen. Permanent residents are citizens of other countries. A person in Canada temporarily, like a student or foreign worker, is a temporary resident and not a permanent resident. Canada plans to invite temporary residents to become Permanent Residents and the current programs are
1). The Economic Class Immigration
2). Non-Economic Class Immigration: They allow applicants to be selected for permanent residence on the basis of family-reunification, social, and humanitarian objectives .
Canada recently introduced six temporary new TR to PR immigration pathways. Learn more about the recent updates to the:
A temporary visa is needed if you want to visit, work or study in Canada. Temporary residence status is given to people who are in Canada to visit, work or study. To maintain temporary resident status, you are required to have one of the following:
The Canadian Immigration requirements differ depending on the immigration program. However, there are some important basic requirements, common for the majority of Canadian Immigration programs.
If you attended a non-Canadian institution, you’ll need to provide your foreign Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report when submitting you permanent residency application for Canadian Immigration.
Canada’s official languages are English and French. To show that you can settle in the country, you have to provide a proof of your language proficiency in any of Canada’s official languages.
Among the eligibility requirements, you will be required to provide your medicals and police records. A failed medical test or pending criminal charge or a criminal history may cause a delay or a refusal if you are found inadmissible.
The first step towards moving to Canada is to get an assessment of your specific situation. Call us today at +1.416.417.1903 for an assessment to see if you are eligible to move to Canada, or fill out our online assessment form.