How to Become a Permanent Resident in Canada
A Permanent Resident Card in Canada is considered the equivalent to the United States’ “Green Card”. Permanent residence in Canada allows you to live in Canada on a permanent basis as well as experience certain rights that other typos of immigrants in Canada do not have.
How to become a permanent resident in Canada
There are several different types of immigration in Canada. The following Canadian immigration categories can provide an opportunity to eventually become a permanent resident in Canada. They are:
- The Canadian Experience Class
- Family Class Immigration
- Business Immigration
- Independent/Skilled Worker Category
To become a permanent resident in Canada, you must be eligible to come to Canada under one of those four categories.
How do I apply to become a permanent resident in Canada?
To apply to become a permanent resident in Canada, you must first determine which immigration category you are edible for. Contact our office using the form on the right – we’d be happy to help you apply to become a permanent resident in Canada.
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