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Becoming a permanent resident is also known as immigrating to Canada or becoming an immigrant. The successful outcome of the immigration process is granting an immigrant visa or approval of a permanent residence permit. Individuals who have been granted an immigrant visa/permanent residence permit must present themselves to an immigration officer at one of Canada's official ports of entry to enter the country as an immigrant.
All landed immigrants, long-term residents of Canada, and Canadian citizens share the same rights and benefits, such as free primary and secondary education and access to healthcare. However, there are some exceptions:
• Individuals with permanent residency are not allowed to vote.
• They are not allowed to hold a Canadian passport.
• They may be deported for certain offences.
Applications vary according to their type, and the time it takes for applications to process varies from application to application.
Top-tier professionalism and ethical principles are the foundation of CAN Immigration Accelerator. Anish Burman, the consultant for our RCIC, has over ten years of experience in the field. He belongs to the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants (CICC) and is a Registered Canadian Immigration Consultant.
No, there is no specific age requirement for any of the Canadian immigration programs. Though candidates who fall under the age category of 18-35 receive the maximum points for their CRS score, and candidates above 35 will get 1 point deducted each year beyond 35.
Candidate should either have a degree or diploma from any of the Canadian post-secondary institution or high school, or the applicant should have a foreign degree or diploma and an ECA (Educational Credential Assessment) report to prove that the applicant's education is equal to the degree or diploma from a Canadian high school or higher secondary institution.
When you obtain Canadian citizenship or a Canadian PR, then you will become eligible for free education services and healthcare from the federal government of Canada.
On the basis of your profile, PNP (Province Nominee Program) is the best way to obtain Canadian PR. PNP includes the following provinces-
1. Alberta's Express Entry Stream
2. Nova Scotia's Labour Market Priorities Stream
3. Saskatchewan's International Skilled Worker: Occupation In-Demand and Express Entry
4. Ontario's Human Capital Priorities Stream
In order to get a Canadian job offer, follow these steps-
1. Make a Canadian standard resume
2. Write a cover letter.
3. Make sure that you are using professional social networking websites to search for jobs.
4. Choose the right job as per your skills and qualifications.
Candidate can bring their spouse, dependent children, parents or grandparents to Canada if they meet the eligibility criteria with the help of a Canadian dependent visa.
Candidate must meet the following requirements in order to apply for the Visitor Visa-
1. Candidate must have a valid passport.
2. No past criminal record of the candidate.
3. Provide the evidence that you will leave the country after your visit.
4. Authorization letter in case of minors to authorize their visit to Canada.
5. Letter of Invitation.
6. Proof of Financial stability that assures you have sufficient funds to support your visit to Canada
In order to apply for a Visitor visa, follow the steps given below-
a. Firstly, arrange all the necessary documents that show you are eligible for a Visitor visa.
b. Then create an account online, upload all the required documents and pay the Visitor visa application fees.
c. Provide your photographs and fingerprints for biometrics.
d. Then mail your application to IRCC and wait till the time application is processed.
e. Send your passport once your application is approved.
f. Be prepared for your arrival in Canada.
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