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Canada’s Permanent Resident (PR) Visa is a document that allows individuals to live and work in Canada permanently. To be eligible for a PR visa, applicants must meet certain criteria and go through a rigorous application process, which includes: Demonstrating knowledge of French or English, the official languages of Canada.
Meeting the eligibility requirements for one of Canada’s immigration programs, such as the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, Canadian Experience Class, or Provincial Nominee Program.
Completing a medical examination and providing a police clearance certificate to demonstrate that you are not a security risk to Canada.
Providing evidence of sufficient funds to support yourself and your dependents in Canada. Submitting a complete application with all required documents, including a passport or travel document.
It’s important to note that the process of obtaining a PR visa can be complex and time-consuming, and applicants should ensure they have all the necessary information and documentation before beginning the application process.
If you have specific questions or concerns about your eligibility for a PR visa, I would recommend contacting the Government of Canada’s immigration department or a licensed immigration lawyer.
In order to be eligible for the Canadian PR Visa procedure:
There is a folder of documents required during the Canadian PR Visa procedure, such as:
Step 6: Complete Medical and Police clearance – As a part of the Visa procedure, you would be needed to get a medical clearance report and a police clearance report as well.
The CRS is an evaluation system that ranks the international candidates for immigration following the below factors into consideration:
The Canadian government has introduced over 100 immigration pathways that make it easier for all kinds of immigrants to migrate to the country and settle down or work, either permanently or temporarily.
It has three federal programs under it :
Every province has its separate immigration programs that don’t have any federal interference and are called Provincial Nominee Programs. There are further sub-categories under each PNP. The provinces use the PNPs to nominate skilled/unskilled workers, business persons, and entrepreneurs for PR in their provinces, according to the province’s demand. These applicants are chosen based on their eligibility to contribute to the province’s labor market and economic development.
Some of the famous PNPs are:
ECA (Education Credential Assessment) – 227 CAD
IELTS – 14,700 INR
Visa Fee Payment – 825 CAD (per applicant)
– 225 CAD (per child)
Landing Fee Payment– 500 (per applicant)