Are you thinking about applying for Canadian Permanent Residency? Do you know the rights and responsibilities of Canadian permanent residents? Perhaps you’ve recently become a permanent resident, and aren’t sure what the change means for you.
Below, we’re going to cover the basics of Canadian permanent residency including the rights and responsibilities of PR card holders. Bear in mind that this is general information, and you should contact a Canadian immigration lawyer for specific information relating to your individual circumstances.
In order to continue being a Canadian permanent resident, you must ensure you meet the residency obligation requiring you to spend 730 residency days over every five-year period that you are a permanent resident. These days must usually be spent in Canada, unless any of the following conditions apply:
The permanent residence application process can be very complex, time consuming and difficult. It is therefore essential that if you are considering applying for Canadian permanent residence, you get professional immigration help. We at Visaplace are more than happy to help you throughout the application process.
Getting started is easy. All you need to do is fill out our free eligibility online assessment form here and then one of our immigration professionals will get back to you with your results within one business day. Additionally, you can contact us here.
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