Canadian Green Card for Vancouver

When you become a legal permanent resident of the United States, you obtain a United States green card. The permanent resident card in Canada is basically Canada’s green card, and this card is essentially the same as a United States green card. Canadian Green Card

Permanent residents of Canada are not Canadian citizens, but there are many benefits for permanent residents in Canada that are not available to other types of immigrants, such as the freedom to leave Canada and travel abroad, while re-entering Canada as often as they wish. But becoming a permanent resident and getting a permanent resident card isn’t an easy process. There are, however, many different ways to apply.

Ways of getting permanent resident status in Canada

Method 1: Skilled Worker Category: Someone who wishes to be a permanent resident can apply to the Skilled Worker Program, earning “points” for different skill, education and experience levels. Language proficiency and age are also considered.

Method 2: Family Sponsorship: Your family members or your spouse can apply to sponsor you to Canada as a permanent resident. There are several criteria they must meet first, including being permanent residents or Canadian citizens themselves.

Method 3: The Canadian Experience Class: Students and workers who are in Canada and have work experience in Canada can apply under the Canadian Experience Class as permanent residents.

Method 4: There are immigration programs available for business and for investors who are able to invest a certain amount of money in Canada.

Do you want to become a permanent resident in Canada? Contact us for assistance. We are here to help you make your immigration dreams come true and can be reached at the phone number on the top of this page.

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