PR in Canada
You’ll need a permanent resident card (PR) when traveling to Canada and back. When you return to Canada, you’ll want to show you’re a permanent resident by possessing a valid PR card. Education, employment, travel, social benefits, and more are just a few of the privileges that come with being a Canadian Permanent Resident. Check your application status or request urgent processing by applying for a Canada PR Visa or travel document.
- You can live anywhere in Canada
- Free education in Canadian public schools
- You can become a sponsor for your eligible family members
- Apply to become a Canadian Citizen
- Work in any province in Canada
- Enjoy social services and benefits
- Unemployment insurance
- Get access to a universal healthcare system
Immigration points are given in the following manner:
To be eligible for a Canada PR Visa, an applicant must receive at least 67 points out of 100.
- Work experience: To apply for a Canada PR Visa, you must have full-time employment experience for at least 12 months. Few jobs need additional training or certification to apply for a Canada PR visa.
- Language proficiency: The four language components assessed during the test are speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills. Applicants must reach a minimum Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) level 7 in all four language test components for their ‘first official language’ (either English or French) for a maximum of 24 points.
- Education qualification: The candidate should have a Canadian or similar education degree. The education should come from a reputable institution or university. Depending on the NOC code, you may also fulfill specific qualification specialization criteria.
- Arranged Employment: You will receive ten points if you currently have a job offer in Canada or are already working there (full-time and permanent) as specified on the National Occupation Classification list.
- Adaptability & Proof of funds: Before issuing a PR visa, the immigration authorities examine your financial history. This ensures that you can support yourself and your family’s living expenses (for 12 months after arrival) in Canada. For this, you must prepare your savings carefully.
- Age: The applicant must be at least 18 years old but must not be more than 49 years old at the time of application. Applicants aged 25 to 35, on the other hand, are given top priority.
When it comes to your CRS score, there are three factors you have to consider:
- Center or Human Capital Factor (your age, schooling, experience, and so on with or without companion or custom-based law accomplice)
- Skill Transferability Factor (Canadian work insight or foreign work insight, language capacity, and so forth)
- Other Elements (a job offer in Canada, a provincial nomination, etc.)