Frequently Asked Questions – Canada Immigration
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As per CIC, the time for an application processing for permanent residence varies from between 6 months and 8 months, in some case it may also exceed the time depending on the immigration Officer. If your case is complex or if there are missing documents, it may take longer.
- Can live, study and live anywhere in Canada.
- Can apply for Canadian Citizenship.
- Can get the Health Care and most of the other social benefits, which Canadian Citizen receives
- Is protected under Canadian Law and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom.
The Permanent Resident are not allowed to:
- Vote or Run a political office
- Get any job that need a high-level security clearance
Should you required more specific information relevant to your case, you can contact our Immigration experts on +91 7045 688 237 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If the duration of stay in International country is for 6 months or more whether continuous or Non-continuous then the Police certificate for that International country is essential.
- The relative must be living in Canada
- He/ She should hold citizenship or PR resident card of Canada.
- He/ She should be above 18 years of age
Funds must be readily available to you. For example, you can’t use equity on real property as proof of settlement funds.
The funds must be available both when you apply and when (if) we issue you a permanent resident visa. You must prove to an immigration officer that you can legally access them to use to settle here when you arrive.
For proof, you must get official letters from any banks or financial institutions where you are keeping money.
- your spouse or partner
- your dependent children and
- your spouse’s dependent children
This includes your spouse or dependent children who are permanent residents or Canadian citizens.
You will need to show proof that you have enough money when you apply to immigrate.
|Number of Family Members||Funds Required in CAD|
|For each additional family member||$3,361|
- World Education Services ( WES)
- International Qualification Assessment Service ( IQAS)
- International Credential Assessment Service of Canada ( ICAS)
- Comparative Education Services ( CES)
- International Credential Evaluation Service ( ICES)
- Medical Council of Canada
- Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada