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Canada PR

Are you planning to immigrate to Canada with your family? Canada offers multiple immigration programs for skilled workers that can help you move to your dream destination as a Canadian Permanent Resident (PR). So what are you waiting for? Peerless Immigration Services is one of the best immigration consultants in Delhi, NCR, India. We at Peerless Immigration Services will not only provide you with case-specific counselling but will also help you explore possibilities so that you can move a step closer to your dream destination.

Planning to Immigrate to Canada in 2023?

Immigration has long been used to support economic and demographic growth and cultural diversity in Canada. Millions of immigrants choose to immigration to Canada and embark on a new chapter in their life. Regardless of how they arrived in Canada, everyone contributes meaningfully to the Canadian economy and the growth of various industries. Canada’s Immigration has aided in the development of the country.

Thus, considering Canada Immigration an essential aspect of Canadian growth, the Honorable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship (IRCC), published a revised Canada’s Immigration Levels Plan for 2023–2025 on November 1, 2022. The plan was prepared by taking into account substantial labor market shortages that are causing concern for Canadian businesses and workers.

According to the proposed Canadian Immigration plan for 2023–2025, the Canadian government sets a target to call:

  • n the year 2023: 465,000 permanent residents (earlier 447,055 Permanent Residents)
  • n the year 2024: 485,000 permanent residents (earlier 451,000 Permanent Residents), and
  • n the year 2025: 500,000 permanent residents

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Pathways to get Canada PR Visa

The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has proposed 14 immigration programs to help international skilled workers immigrate to Canada and obtain Canadian Permanent Resident Status. Programs such as these include:

  • Express Entry
  • Provincial Nominee Program
  • Family Sponsorship
  • Quebec-Selected Skilled Workers (QSSW) Program
  • Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program
  • Caregivers Program
  • Start-up Visa
  • Self-employed Program
  • Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program
  • Agri-Food Pilot
  • Temporary Resident to Permanent Resident Pathway
  • Health-care Workers Permanent Residence Pathway
  • Refugees, and
  • Permanent residence pathways for Hong Kong Residents.

Benefits of Canada PR Visa

According to Canadian law, permanent residents in Canada have:

  • Right to a dignified life with adequate resources.
  • Permanent residents of Canada are entitled to human rights and social benefits.
  • Individuals with Canadian Permanent Resident Status are also eligible to apply for Canadian citizenship.
  • Individuals with permanent residence in Canada, on the other hand, are not allowed to vote or apply for jobs that require a Canadian citizen as a prerequisite.

Canada PR Visa Processing Time

Processing time for a Canada PR visa varies with the type of application submitted by the application, as each application is different and takes a different amount of time to process.

  • Generally, the processing time starts the IRCC (i.e. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) receives a complete application from the applicant and ends when a decision has been made.
  • If submitted by mail the processing time starts when the application arrives in IRCC’s mailroom, whereas if the application is submitted online or in person, the processing time starts when the applicant submits his/ her application.

Note: After COVID IRCC proposed an online system for the immigration programs that need to submit applications offline.

List of Documents Required for Canada PR Visa

The list of certain documents required for Canada PR visa includes:

  • Passport
  • Language Proficiency Test (IELTS – General/ CELPIP – General/ TEF – Canada/ TCF – Canada)
  • Education Assessment Report (for education earned outside Canada), or proof of Canadian education
  • Provincial Nomination (if received)
  • Proof of funds
  • Birth Certificate
  • Marriage Certificate/ Divorce Certificate
  • Proof of relationship to a relative in Canada (if applicable)
  • Digital photos
  • Proof of name difference
  • Any other documents that are relevant to the application

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Canada PR Visa Processing Cost/ Fees

It is mandatory for the applicants to pay the required application processing fees to the time of submission of the Canada PR Visa application. This application fees or the cost for Canada PR Visa varies with the type of application submitted by the applicant.

Canada revised its Permanent Residence application processing fees. Detailed summary is as follows:

Program Applicants New Fee
(effective from April 30, 2022)
Old Fee
Right of Permanent Residence Fee Principal Applicant, & accompanying Spouse or Common-law Partner $515 $500
Federal High Skilled, Provincial Nominee Program and Quebec Skilled Workers, Atlantic Immigration Class and most Economic Pilots (Rural, Agri-Food) Principal Applicant $850 $825
Accompanying Spouse or Common-law Partner $850 $825
Accompanying Dependent Child $230 $225
Live-in Caregiver Program and Caregivers Pilots (Home Child Provider Pilot and Home Support Worker Pilot) Principal Applicant $570 $550
Accompanying Spouse or Common-law Partner $570 $550
Accompanying Dependent Child $155 $150
Business (Federal and Quebec) Principal Applicant $1,625 $1,575
Accompanying Spouse or Common-law Partner $850 $825
Accompanying Dependent Child $230 $225
Family Reunification (Spouses, Partners and Children; Parents and Grandparents; and other relatives) Sponsorship Fee $75 $75
Sponsored Principal Applicant $490 $475
Sponsored Dependent Child $75 $75
Accompanying Spouse or Common-law Partner $570 $550
Accompanying Dependent Child $155 $150
Protected Persons Principal Applicant $570 $550
Accompanying spouse or common-law partner $570 $550
Accompanying dependent child $155 $150
Humanitarian and Compassionate / Public Policy Principal Applicant $570 $550
Accompanying Spouse or Common-law Partner $570 $550
Accompanying Dependent Child $155 $150
Permit Holders Principal Applicant $335 $325

If you have any questions or concerns about obtaining a Canadian Permanent Residence Visa, please contact us at info@peerlessimmigration.com, and one of our team members will be happy to assist you. You can also reach us at +91-8595010514

FAQ

Express Entry is considered the easiest pathway for Immigration, but your circumstances will determine which immigration route is the best for you. When applicants learn that they are not qualified for Express Entry many prospective applicants quickly drop the plan of Immigration. Canada, however, offers more than 100 different immigration routes. You might be eligible for another pathway if you’re ineligible for one.

Canada accepts immigrants in three categories: economic, family sponsorship, and refugee and humanitarian.

To maintain Canada’s high level of living, skilled workers are welcomed under the economic system. The majority of immigrants that Canada accepts are skilled professionals due to its ageing population and low birth rate. These qualified workers are essential for Canada’s labor force and economic expansion. These qualified individuals come with a strong work ethic, work experience, education, and language skills. Therefore, they are essential to Canada’s efforts to fund social services like universal health care and education as well as economic growth

The second-largest immigrant class enters the country with the help of Family Sponsorship. Strong families are the foundation of Canadian society and the country’s economy, therefore it is only fitting that loved ones of citizens and permanent residents are welcomed here. Enabling immediate family members to settle in Canada gives families the emotional support they require to prosper in the society and economy of the nation.

The third-largest class is admitted both for humanitarian reasons and as refugees. Since the end of World War II, Canada has a long history of exemplifying humanitarian leadership. As one of the world’s most fortunate countries, Canada has a moral obligation to give refuge to individuals suffering persecution and other hardships.

Yes, you can apply for permanent residence via Express Entry or the Provincial Nominee Program. In Express Entry, you can initiate your Canada PR process via the Federal Skilled Worker Program or Canadian Experience Class, whereas for PNP, you can check the immigration program of the province from which you completed your education or are currently gaining work experience. In addition to this, it is mandatory to have at least 1 year of full-time, paid work experience as a skilled worker in Canada to gain the benefit of the same experience and score more points, which ultimately increases your chances of becoming a Canadian permanent resident.

To qualify for the Canadian Experience Class (CEC), you must have at least a total of 12 months of full-time work experience, or its equivalent in part-time work (15 hours per week for 24 months), gained in the past three (3) years from the date of submission of the Canada PR application.

Yes, you can apply for the Skilled Worker Program for immigration to Canada without having a job offer. A suitable job offer does help secure additional points but does not guarantee permanent residence in Canada.

Nonetheless, the majority of Express Entry-qualified immigrants don’t require a job offer. Other than Express Entry, there are more than 100 different skilled worker programs in Canada, and you have a chance to immigrate to Canada without a job offer as long as you satisfy the requirements of at least one of the programs and receive a high score for your human capital, which includes your age, education, language proficiency, and work experience

To qualify for the Canadian Experience Class (CEC), you must have at least a total of 12 months of full-time work experience, or its equivalent in part-time work (15 hours per week for 24 months), gained in the past three (3) years from the date of submission of the Canada PR application.

The Medical Council of Canada, the governing organization for physicians, will have to provide physicians (NOC 3111 or NOC 3112, according to the National Occupational Classification matrix) with their ECA Report.

If you want to apply for permanent residency in Canada through Express Entry, without having any connections in Canada, you must select the FSW – Federal Skilled Worker program.

For the FSW stream, you must score a minimum of 67 points, based on factors including level of French or English proficiency, work experience, education, and age.

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