Canada is known for being hospitable enough to welcome immigrants around the globe. It boasts of huge diversity and multiculturalism. The immigrants are treated with due respect and enjoy several social benefits.
In this COVID-era, as most of the nations are shutting their borders to newcomers, Canada is proudly celebrating intakes around the globe. Historically, Canada has been known to be a safe place with a welcoming society. Moreover, the immigrants become eligible for various social service schemes offered by the Canadian government.
Perks of Permanent Residency:
Moving to Canada permanently can be a life-changing decision. It offers a great lifestyle at economical costs.
Eligibility to apply for Permanent Residence:
To apply for permanent residency, one should ensure that the following eligibility criteria are fulfilled:
The guide to applying for Permanent Residency:
Here are the eight simple steps that would help you in the journey of becoming a permanent resident of Canada.
Step 1: ECA Completion:
You are required to give an Education Credential Assessment (ECA) if your education was completed outside Canada. After completing the ECA, you need to move to the second step.
Step 2: Language Test:
To prove your English proficiency for express entry, you need to clear the IELTS exam. One needs to secure an eight-band score in the listening module and a seven-band score in the other three modules. This will help you touch the optimum CRS score. One can also give an additional French language test to boost the CRS score.
Step 3: Creating Express Entry Profile:
The process for Express Entry is initiated once an online profile is created on the IRCC website. One should possess three documents for the same- an ECA report, valid job experience (1-3 years), and IELTS score (not older than two years).
Step 4: Invitation to Apply (ITA):
Once the application is approved and the scores obtained are above the threshold CRS score, you will receive an invitation to apply (ITA). It is a detailed application form that has to be completed within three months.
Step 5: Medical background check:
One needs to get a complete health check-up done with a Canadian immigration-approved doctor. It has to then be submitted to IRCC.
Step 6: Review of application by an immigration officer: Any extra details could be asked by the immigration officers. The applicant should be ready to take any questions.
Step 7: Permanent Residence Status Confirmation: You will receive a COPR (Confirmation of Permanent Residence) card at this step. This is just one step away from your dream to immigrate to Canada.
Step 8: Permanent Residence Card:
The last step to applying for a Permanent Residency is to apply for the card.
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