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How Do I Become A Permanent Resident Of Canada?

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Question: What do I need to do to live permanently in Canada? There are several different ways to achieve permanent residency in Canada. The most frequented immigration programs center around employment. If you have a job offer in Canada or possess specialized skills, education or training in a specific profession or trade, you may be eligible to immigrate to Canada through one of the employment based immigration streams.

Becoming a Permanent Resident

What you have to do first is determine which immigration stream is right for you. Your background, education, work experience and language proficiency among other factors all play an important role in the application and selection process. An experienced immigration lawyer can assess your individual needs and guide you in what is required for you to present a strong application for Canadian immigration. We can help. Visit us at visaplace.com to learn more on how we can help.

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If you have immigration questions, VisaPlace is here to guide you through the immigration process. We work with qualified immigration lawyers who can help you with your permanent residence in Canada. Contact us to book a consultation.

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Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more

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10 thoughts on “How Do I Become A Permanent Resident Of Canada?

  1. Omotoyosi

    pls tell me more about work and study visa process

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    1. owen

      Hello Omotoyosi,

      Work Permits will require you to identify an employer willing to sponsor you and go through the LMIA process. Study Permits require you to hold an offer of admission from a Canadian institution. We would be happy to help you come to Canada, and once you fill out our free online assessment form, one of our immigration professionals will be in touch with you shortly http://www.visaplace.com/immigration-assessment/

      Regards,
      Owen

      Reply
  2. waheed afzal azaad

    tell me about study visa process?

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  3. Mohamed Abdel Salam

    Dear Sir
    I am interested to immigrate to Canada with my family , but seem to me that I must have offer from Canadian Co. if you can support me with this issue , I think I will have good chance for acceptance
    Best Regards
    Mohamed

    Reply
    1. owen

      Hello Mohamed,

      One option is to have a job offer but there may be other options that you are eligible for and our experienced immigration lawyers would be happy to help you explore those options. Please fill out our free online assessment form and one of our immigration professionals will be in touch with you shortly http://www.visaplace.com/immigration-assessment/

      Regards,
      Owen

      Reply
  4. jolly

    Please what are the requirement ? as an African … been to few countries but still want to enter Canada

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    1. owen

      Hello Jolly,

      Thanks for the message. We would be pleased to help you come to Canada, but first we will need some more information about your personal circumstances. Please fill out our free online assessment form and one of our immigration professionals will be in touch with you shortly. http://www.visaplace.com/immigration-assessment/

      Regards,
      Owen

      Reply
  5. Anonymous

    My name is yemi when will I collect my visa, and I was already qualify for the canada working visa

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    1. owen

      Hi Yemi,

      Did you already submit an application to the CIC? Please feel free to call us to setup a consultation if you have any further problems or an undue delay in the processing of your case.

      Regards,
      Owen

      Reply

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