At Globalworkvisa Immigration, we specialize in helping individuals and families from around the world achieve their dreams of living and working in Canada permanently. Canada is known for its quality of life, diverse culture, and thriving economy. Obtaining a Canadian PR status is a key step towards making this dream a reality.

Types of Work Permits in Canada

There are several ways to obtain a Canadian PR status, including:

1. Express Entry Program: This is a point-based system that assesses candidates based on factors such as age, education, work experience, language proficiency, and adaptability. If a candidate scores high enough, they may be invited to apply for PR.
2. Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs): Each province in Canada has its own PNP, which allows it to nominate candidates for PR based on their unique needs and labour market demands.
3. Family Sponsorship: Canadian citizens and PR holders can sponsor their eligible family members for PR, including spouses, common-law partners, dependent children, parents, and grandparents.
4. Business Immigration: Entrepreneurs and investors who meet certain criteria may be eligible for PR through various business immigration programs.


Process to obtain Canada Permanent Residency:

The process of obtaining Canadian PR varies depending on the category you are applying under. However, there are some general steps that apply to most applicants:

1. Determine your eligibility: You will need to meet certain criteria to be eligible for Canadian PR, such as language proficiency, education, work experience, and admissibility.
2. Create an Express Entry profile (if applicable): If you are applying under the Express Entry program, you will need to create an online profile and submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to be considered for PR.
3. Apply to a Provincial Nominee Program (if applicable): If you are applying under a PNP, you will need to research the specific program requirements and submit an application to the relevant provincial government.
4. Gather your documents: You will need to provide various documents to support your PR application, such as a passport, language test results, educational credentials, and work experience.
5. Submit your application: You will need to submit your PR application and pay the associated fees.
6. Wait for a decision: The processing time for Canadian PR applications varies depending on the category you are applying under and other factors, such as the volume of applications received by the government.

Benefits of Canada Permanent Residency

There are many benefits to obtaining Canadian PR, including:

1. Access to healthcare: Permanent residents are eligible for publicly funded healthcare in Canada.
2. Education: Permanent residents have access to high-quality education at Canadian universities and colleges.
3. Work opportunities: Permanent residents can work for any employer in Canada and are eligible for all job opportunities.
4. Citizenship: Permanent residents can apply for Canadian citizenship after they have lived in Canada for a certain period of time.
5. Social benefits: Permanent residents are eligible for social benefits such as Old Age Security, Guaranteed Income Supplement, and Canada Child Benefit.
6. The right to live and work in Canada permanently.
7. The ability to sponsor eligible family members for PR.
8. Protection under Canadian laws and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

At Globalworkvisa Immigration, we are committed to helping our clients navigate the complex process of obtaining Canadian PR. Contact us today to learn more about how we can assist you in achieving your dream of living and working in Canada permanently.