Category Archives: Permanent Resident Cards

What if your PR card expires?

Permanent resident cards (PR cards) all have an expiry date, and the government recommends that you take the necessary steps to renew your card at least six months in advance of this expiry date. However, often times permanent residents are unable to do so and end up with an expired card. So what happens if […]

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What happens if your Canadian PR card expires?

Are you a permanent resident in Canada? You may know that your permanent resident card contains an expiry date, and that when your permanent resident card is ready to expire you will need to submit an application to renew it.  But what if you wait too long and don’t renew your permanent resident card? If […]

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What happens when your permanent residency card expires?

Renewing your permanent residency card is an important part of being a permanent resident in Canada. This is to be done every five years as your card expires, and you should try to do it in advance wherever possible. Citizenship and Immigration Canada recommends that you do it six months in advance, for example.  However, […]

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How to Renew Your PR Card

Did you know that you are responsible for renewing your Canadian permanent resident card every five years before it expires? This means that you must take the necessary action to renew your permanent resident card well before it expires. Citizenship and Immigration Canada recommends that you apply to renew your card at least six months […]

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Permanent Residence Card Replacement Or Renewal

You can apply for a new Permanent Residence Card if it’s been lost, stolen or has expired. Niren & Associates has extensive experience in all areas of immigration and we are definitely able to assist you with the renewal, or replacement of your PR card. If your card has been stolen, lost or destroyed please call […]

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How to Renew Your Permanent Resident Card

Permanent resident cards in Canada are special cards that are given to permanent residents. These permanent resident cards, or PR cards, are valid for about five years, and they expire after this five year period.  You are responsible for making sure that your permanent resident card is always valid, so you will need to renew […]

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Immigrating to Canada from the UK

Are you interested in immigrating to Canada from the UK? There are many different ways that someone from the UK can immigrate to Canada, or come to Canada temporarily.  If you want to come to Canada, you need to determine how you want to enter the country. Do you want to come to Canada temporarily? […]

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Make Sure You Renew Your Permanent Resident Card In Advance

As of March 27th, 2013, processing times for the renewal of permanent residency cards in Canada (PR cards) are 73 days. This is the same amount for replacement cards and initial cards as well.  Every permanent resident card has an expiry date, which is why you need to apply to renew your card as soon […]

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How to Renewal or Replacement your Permanent Residence Card

You can apply for a new PR card if it’s been lost, stolen or has expired. Our firm has extensive experience in all areas of immigration and we are definitely able to assist you with the renewal, or replacement of your PR card. If your card has been stolen, lost or destroyed please call the […]

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How to Renew Your Permanent Resident Card In Canada

Someone who is a permanent resident of Canada is obligated to keep their permanent resident card (PR Card) valid at all times. Because these Canadian permanent resident cards expire every five years, that means that you need to renew them every five years.  The procedure for renewing a permanent resident card in Canada involves creating […]

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