Permanent Resident Card is proof of status that permanent residents of Canada need to carry with them at all times. Also, as a permanent resident, you can freely travel in and out of Canada using your PR card. You can submit for PR card renewal if your permanent resident card is within 9 months of expiration or it has already expired.
For renewal of permanent resident card, you need to apply...Read More
What is the difference between PR and Citizenship in Canada?
To become a permanent resident, an individual needs to immigrate to Canada and obtain permanent residence status. Please note that having permanent resident status does not make you a Canadian citizen. There are some differences between PR and Citizenship in Canada.
Being a Canadian citizen is a goal of many potential immigrants....Read More
Annual Immigration Fraud Prevention campaign
The Government Of Canada has just started its 15th annual Fraud Prevention Month campaign. Thousands of people every year choose to make Canada their home. The campaign aims to increase awareness against people who take advantage of individuals wishing to immigrate to Canada. Immigration scams can often have disastrous consequences.
To prevent...Read More
Further to changes introduced upon Royal Assent which repealed certain provisions of the former government’s Bill C-24, important changes to physical presence and the age required to meet language and knowledge requirements for permanent residents who are applying for citizenship came into effect October 11, 2017. The new requirements will give more flexibility to both younger and older...Read More