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CANADA PR PROGRAMS 2022 2023 CANADA PR PROCESS AND EXPRESS ENTRY

Canada PR Programs 2022 2023

Today’s blog is going to be about Canadian permanent residence. We will look at some of the essential aspects of Canada’s PR, including the application process, period of validity, and its benefits.

Canada is undoubtedly a top destination for international students, immigrants, and highly skilled workers. Canada is also among the safest countries in the world.

The country offers high-paying jobs, better living standards, quality education, and much more. By obtaining a Canada PR, you can enjoy the perks of living in the country.

One of the quickest and most convenient methods to obtain a Canada PR is through Express Entry. Nonetheless, you must comply with certain obligations of residency to maintain your permanent residency status.

Additionally, if you have been residing in Canada for three years in the past five years and have been a permanent resident, you can apply for Canadian citizenship.

Period of Validity of Canada PR

Canada PR is valid for five years. So, if you are willing to extend or renew your PR after 60 months, you need to verify that you have stayed at least two years (24 months) in Canada during that five-year (60-month) period, or else you will lose your PR.

But, if you have been a permanent resident for fewer than five years and want to leave the country for an extended duration, it’s your choice to prove to the IRCC that you can fulfill your residency requirements.

You also enjoy a lot of benefits as a Canada PR occupant. Apart from the fact that your family members can permanently live, study, and work in any place in Canada, you can sponsor some eligible family members living outside Canada to move into the country and live and work here.

Canada also provides sponsored or free healthcare and education benefits to its citizens and permanent residents. Although they’re free, Canada’s healthcare and education standards are exceptional.

How long is the process of obtaining a PR card?

Depending on multiple factors, getting a PR can take several weeks. This process initiates with a permanent residence application, which can take months or years to process. The applicants will get their PR card upon the approval of their application. As specified earlier, the PR card is valid for five years, and PR card holders can live and work in Canada.




How to apply for Canada PR

It’s no surprise that countless people want to permanently immigrate to Canada, as it is one of the preferable places to live. If you are willing to apply for permanent residence in Canada, you need to know a few things.

Firstly, you need to find out if you’re eligible. There are various programs you can apply for, each with its requirements. Do your research to find which program is most suitable for you.

After figuring out which program you can apply for, you must assemble the required documents, including your birth certificate, proof of employment history, and passport. Before starting your application, you must have all the required documents.

At last, it is essential to know how long your Canada PR is valid. The PR card is valid for five, and you have to apply after five years. But, if you decide to move to another country, you must inquire with the Canadian embassy to see if your PR status is still valid.

This is the end of today’s blog update. We hope you found this blog useful. Please don’t forget to support us by subscribing to our newsletter and sharing this blog with your friends and family on Facebook, Whatsapp, and Twitter.


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