PERMANENT IMMIGRATION

Permanent Immigration

A permanent resident is someone who has been given permanent resident status by immigrating to Canada, 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 not a permanent resident.Canada is a land of opportunity and thousands and thousands of people get their PR card status in Canada every single year. If fact, Canada has been increasing the numbers of successful applicants to over 280,000 people per year, and you have equal opportunity just like those people. As a permanent resident, you receive great opportunities and benefits in Canada. Having a PR card allows you to live, work and study in Canada on a permanent basis. The PR Card is normally issued for 5 years and can be renewed.

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  • Express Entry : Canada Express Entry is the most popular immigration system offering Canadian permanent residence, introduced by the federal government in January 2015 to replace the old “first come, first served” process.Express Entry is not an immigration program in itself, it is actually an online system created to manage Canada’s immigration applications intake. Applicants who meet eligibility criteria submit an online profile known as an Expression of interest (EOI), under one of 3 federal Canada immigration programs or a participating provincial immigration program, to the Express Entry Pool. Candidates’ profiles are ranked against each other according to a points-based system called the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). The highest ranked candidates will be considered for an invitation to apply (ITA) for permanent residence. Those receiving an ITA must quickly submit a full application and pay processing fees, within a delay of 60-days. The federal government aims to process complete PR applications in only 6 months.

  • Federal Skilled Workers : Under Express Entry, Federal Skilled Workers across 347 eligible occupations who meet minimum entry criteria, submit an expression of interest profile to the Express Entry Pool. The profiles of candidates in the pool are ranked under a Comprehensive Ranking System. The highest ranked candidates will be considered for an invitation to apply for permanent residence. Candidates receiving an invitation must submit a full application within a delay of 90-days. Federal Skilled Workers are persons with suitable education, work experience, age and language abilities under one of Canada’s official languages and who are selected under the Express Entry Immigration system to apply for permanent residence. To qualify for admission to the Express Entry Pool as a Federal Skilled Worker.

  • Federal Skilled Trades : On January 2nd 2013 Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) began accepting applications for permanent residence under its widely anticipated Federal Skilled Trades Program. The program is quota based and limited to 3000 applications per year with sub quotas in many of the 43 targeted occupations. Requirements Eligibility under the Federal Skilled Trades Class is assessed on a pass or fail basis, with applicants required to fulfill the following four requirements: Have offers of employment from one or two Canadian employers for a duration of at least one year in an eligible skilled trade (NOC Skill level B), OR Hold certification of qualification for that trade from a Canadian provincial or territorial regulatory body; Provide evidence of sufficient language proficiency in one of Canada’s two official languages; Have 24 months of work experience in the last five years in the skilled trade, after trade qualification, where applicable; Be qualified to meet the requirements of the job offer(s) or trade in Canada, as defined by the NOC; The Federal Skilled Trades Class is not open to applicants wishing to establish themselves in the Province of Quebec which has its own authority to select applicants.

  • Canadian Experience Class : The Canadian Experience Class is for skilled workers who have Canadian work experience and want to become permanent residents.You must meet the required language levels needed for your job for each language ability writing reading listening speaking have at least 1 year of skilled work experience in Canada, in the last 3 years before you apply. The work experience must be: full-time or an equal amount in part-time have gained your work experience by working in Canada legally According to the Canadian National Occupational Classification, skilled work experience means: managerial jobs (skill level 0) professional jobs (skill type A) technical jobs and skilled trades (skill type B) Your work experience can be in 1 or more NOC 0, A or B jobs. You must show that you performed the duties set out in the lead statement of the occupational description in the National Occupational Classification. This includes all the essential duties and most of the main duties listed.

  • Spouse and Family Sponsorships : If you are a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada, age 18 or over, you can sponsor certain family members to become Canadian permanent residents. If you become a permanent resident, you can live, study and work in Canada. If you sponsor a relative to come to Canada as a permanent resident, you are responsible for supporting your relative financially when he or she arrives.

  • Provincial Nominee Programs : Canadian Express Entry system allows the candidates from the pool of potential immigrants to get directly nominated by any province or territory, except Quebec, in Canada. All these provinces have their own Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). These sets of programs have been designed in order to provide the candidates with a chance for fast-tracked immigration. And through the prescribed guidelines and criteria of these programs, each province gets to target the workers, professionals, or students who exhibit the precise educational background, work experience, and professional skills that can readily fill the labor market needs and economic gap which the province might be facing. A win-win situation for both the potential immigrant as well as the Canadian province in question, it could be a little tricky while applying through this program. But, with the help of a well-equipped Canadian immigration partner, you can walk the path and reach your destination in a hassle-free way.

  • Humanitarian and Compassionate ( H& C) : People who would not normally be eligible to become permanent residents of Canada may be able to apply on humanitarian and compassionate grounds. Humanitarian and compassionate grounds apply to people with exceptional cases. We assess these applications on a case-by-case basis. Factors we look at include: how settled the person is in Canada, general family ties to Canada, the best interests of any children involved and, what could happen to you if we do not grant the request.

  • Live- in Caregivers : Image result for Live- in Caregiver canada what is The Live-in Caregiver Program (LCP) was an incredibly popular program that provided pathways to permanent residence for some temporary foreign workers in Canada. ... It was designed to enable Canadians to recruit foreign nationals to provide childcare or home support for seniors or people with disabilities.

  • Pre-Removal Risk Assessments(PRRA) : Search Results Featured snippet from the web A Pre-Removal Risk Assessment (PRRA) is a written application where you explain why you're afraid to return to your country and you provide documents to support your fear.

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