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Business Immigrants

Come to Canada for business talents, art and sports elites from all over the world

Express Entry

Fast Track Project, Canadian skilled migration is an important part of Canadian immigration

Family Sponsorship

Reunite with Your Family in Canada Permanently

PR Status and Citizenship

Permanent Resident ID and Application for Citizenship 

PR Status and Citizenship

PR card shows that you have permanent resident status in Canada. A permanent resident has the right to get most social benefits that Canadian citizens receive, and live, work or study anywhere in Canada. A permanent resident has the right to protection under Canadian law and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. A permanent resident can apply for Canadian citizenship. New permanent residents don’t need to apply for a PR card, which will be mailed to you when you immigrate to Canada. Our services for a permanent resident are:

    • To renew a PR Card — To keep your permanent resident status, you must have been in Canada for at least 730 days during the last five years.

    • To replace a PR Card — If your PR card is lost, stolen or destroyed.

    • To apply for PRTD — If a permanent resident is outside Canada without a valid PR card, he/she needs to apply for a permanent resident travel document (PRTD).

    • Renouncing PR Status — It may apply to those who have not met residency obligations but would like to visit Canada.

    • Apply for Citizenship — You can apply if you: are a permanent resident; have lived in Canada for at least 3 out of the last 5 years; have filed your taxes; pass a citizenship test; prove your language skills in English or French.

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