Category Archives: PR Card Renewals

Applying for a PR Card Renewal

(Below is a transcription of this video) Hi. This is Michael Niren. I’m an immigration lawyer and founder of visaplace.com. Today I’m going to talk to you about PR card renewals. We handle a lot of PR card renewal applications and, generally speaking, in order to qualify for a PR card renewal, you have to […]

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Applying for a PR Card Renewal

(Below is a transcription of this video) Hi. This is Michael Niren. I’m an immigration lawyer and founder of VisaPlace.com. Today I’m going to talk to you about PR card renewals. We handle a lot of PR card renewal applications, and generally speaking in order to qualify for a PR card renewal, you have to […]

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My PR card expired outside of Canada

If you have a permanent resident card, you know that it is an important document that allows you to re-enter Canada should you leave it. All PR cards have expiration dates that must be renewed accordingly. The problem many people face when they realize that their PR card has expired while they are outside of […]

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My permanent resident card has expired outside of Canada

If you are a permanent resident of Canada, your permanent resident card is an important document that allows you to re-enter Canada should you leave and go abroad. All permanent resident cards have expiry dates, and they must be renewed accordingly. The catch is, you need to be in Canada when you do this.  Problems […]

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What if your permanent resident card expires?

Permanent resident cards are important pieces of government-issued identification that will allow you to travel in and out of Canada while offering proof of your permanent resident status. However like all government-issued identification, you will have to renew it periodically because it has an expiry date. Citizenship and Immigration Canada recommends that you apply to […]

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My PR card expired outside of Canada

Are you a permanent resident of Canada? You likely have a permanent resident card, or PR card. This card is proof that you are a Canadian permanent resident and are entitled to all of the rights that permanent residents of Canada have, including being able to leave and re-enter Canada as often as you wish.  […]

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PR card expired outside of Canada

Permanent resident cards expire every five years. Permanent residents in Canada must carry these cards as identification, they allow them to return to Canada after traveling. But often, these cards are allowed to expire outside of Canada and usually it is just because the permanent resident overlooked it or could not return back to Canada […]

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I need to renew my PR card in Canada

While not yet Canadian citizens, permanent residents enjoy many similar benefits and are able to live and work in Canada wherever they choose. However, one of the drawbacks to not yet becoming a Canadian citizen is that you have to renew your permanent resident card every five years before it expires. In addition, you must […]

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How to renew your PR card in Canada

Permanent resident cards are government-issued identification given to Canadian permanent residents. Permanent residents are people who have immigrated to Canada permanently, but who are not yet Canadian citizens. They need to renew their permanent resident card every five years or they can run into problems because the permanent resident card is what allows permanent residents […]

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Steps to renewing your permanent resident card in Canada

Permanent residents are people who have immigrated to Canada and who can live and work in Canada permanently. However, permanent residents are not yet Canadian citizens and they must maintain certain requirements with their permanent resident cards, which are certain identification cards they must hold. Permanent resident cards expire every five years, when they need […]

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