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Permanent Residence Canada
A permanent resident is someone who has been given resident status by immigration Canada but is not a Canadian Citizen.
It is the goal of many immigrants to attain Canadian Permanent Residence and has many benefits.
How do I get Permanent Residence?
There are a few ways to get your Canadian permanent residence card.
- Government-assisted Refugee Program
- Private Sponsorship of Refugees Program
- Canadian Express Entry
- Spouse or common-law partner in Canada class
- Protected temporary residents’ class
What do I need to qualify?
To obtain your permanent residence card, you must have lived in Canada at least 730 days. These days do not need to be consecutive, and you must keep a travel journal or ask a border office how long you have been here. Your application must be accepted through one of the criteria, as mentioned above.
How to apply?
You can apply both inside and outside of Canada. You can learn more about permanent residence on the government of Canada’s website. This process can take upwards of 15 months. If your application is rejected, you must wait all that time over again to apply.