PR card is like a permanent visa. Having this card, you can live, study and work like all the residents. The only difference between citizens and PRs is voting right. The PRs can get their citizenship by filling 3 out of 5 years’ residency.
Work Visa is temporary. So work visa holders cannot access the free services as PRs like free ESL courses, Unemployment Insurance, Medical insurance, Pension and so on.
Yes, one can have dual intent and it is fine.
Sure, you will be asked to fill the free evaluation form to assess your skills. If you are confident about your eligibility. If you need to know more about our services, call us.
Work experience is an essential factor for Skilled Worker category. Minimum work experience is a one-year full time according to Canadian Immigration policy.
Not necessarily. As long as the job qualifies you for having enough score, you are good to go.
Yeah, if applicant, or his/her partner, has a PR/citizen relative in Canada, it will help. It includes your children, mother, father, brother, sister, aunt, uncle, nephew, niece, grandparents.
PNP stands for Provincial Nominee Program. In this program, applicant will be needed to reside in that specific province. It is good to mention that majority of provinces contribute to this plan.
You need to apply for provincial first. Receiving provincial approval, you will need to send your documents to Federal for PR application.
It’s one of the quickest immigration path.
The applicant needs to have enough work experience in a certain business in a way that can establish that business in Canada or purchase it. This business should nurture Canadian economy, culture, sport or agriculture. Also, it should generate enough income to make you bale to support your family.
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