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Permanent Residence Approved in less than 6 months!

Permanent Residence for Canada in less than 6 months!

In less than 6 months we secured our Permanent Residence approval for my husband with the help of Niren & Associates. The representatives worked with us to ensure all forms were completed thoroughly and that we had all the required supporting documents upon submission. We expected the process to take at least 18 months, instead we were surprised with the 6 month turn around. Thanks to Niren & Associates for working with us to make this happen.

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6 thoughts on “Permanent Residence Approved in less than 6 months!

  1. Vishal handa

    My wife is currently staying in Manitoba.. she got her MPNP last year and has now applied for P.R. she has included my name in her file too so that means I am also an applicant for P.R…..my question here is that am I eligible for open work permit for now? Cz PR application will take about 16 months to get processed. And it’s a long wait… suggest me If I can apply for open work permit… I am currently in india. And my wife works as a receptionist in a dental office .. whether my PR application will have any negative effect on my work permit application?

    Reply
    1. Immigration Lawyers

      Hi Vishal,
      Thank you for contacting us! I would love to help you and your wife immigrate with a work permit. First I need to know more about you and your case. Hiring an immigration lawyer will help you get answers to all of your questions plus it will also increase the chance of approval of the visa you are inquiring. Please, complete this form for me http://www.visaplace.com/immigration-assessment/ it is just a quick and easy way for me to learn more details about you and your situation so that I will be able to advise you accurately and determine the best avenue for us to take to give you the best legal advice.

      The above response is for informational purposes only and does not form a lawyer-client relationship nor should it be construed to be legal advice.

      Reply
  2. Alex

    Hi there,

    My friend’s application for PR was sent to CIO in Sept 2015, the CAS shows In-Process since Dec 2015. The paper file is in transit to VO. The status shows TFR-Eligibility. The Applicant was PNP with AEO. This information was fetched from GCMS notes, however no ARO/UCI number has received from the CIC so far. Anything to worry about?

    Reply
    1. Muga Rajbhandari

      Hello Alex,

      Usually the process can take time. You have verification that the file is making it`s way through the system. If you would like to have a legal team look into the case for you and represent you to the government, I am going to suggest that you contact us to make an appointment to talk with one of our immigration professionals. You can book an appointment by calling us at 1-855-886-8472 or online at http://goo.gl/JFZqPm
      Regards, Muga

      Reply
  3. jacob

    sir if i get csq i will get confirn quebec pr. how long it takes to get federal file number. your fees.

    Reply
    1. Vahe Mirzoyan

      Hello Jacob. You should expect to wait approximately 23 months from the time of submission for you to get your file number.
      Regards, Vahe

      Reply

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