There are numerous questions one would have regarding Immigration. Whether it is how to fill out an application or how long their application process would take.
Out of all the countries, why immigrate to Canada?
Processing times can rage. There is no set processing time. Each case is different and will be processed by each Citizenship and Immigration Canada visa office according to their resources and the number of applications being processed.
Processing times depend on:
A permanent resident is someone who has acquired permanent resident status by immigration to Canada, but is not a Canadian citizen.
To be eligible to immigrate to Canada, you must meet standard requirements of one of the three classes of Immigration to apply for Permanent Residence.
The three classes are:
You can apply for permanent resident card (PR Card) if you:
A permanent resident has the right to live in Canada forever. Every 5 years, you must live in Canada for at least 2 years to maintain your Permanent Residency status if you wish to travel as a PR. You benefit from most of the rights and freedoms guaranteed under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom. However, you do not have the right to vote and hold a Canadian passport.
A Canadian citizen does not have any residence rules. With being a Canadian Citizen, you get the addition of the right to vote, to participate in political activities, and to run for political office. You may also apply for a Canadian Passport.
In order to become a citizen of Canada, you must fulfill these requirements: (there are many others but these are the basics)
There are many other questions we get but these are some of the most common.
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