For whom is the Canadian PR status for？
It grants a special status for anyone not Canadian certain rights, including being able to stay in Canada for an indefinite amount of time, as well as being able to study and work in Canada.
Advantages of having a Canadian PR status
After staying in Canada for a total of three (3) years, you have the option to either become a Canadian citizen, or to keep the citizenship of your home country as a Canadian Permanent Resident.
Method of applying Estimated processing time
（The processing time of six (6)+ months is if you apply under Express Entry and PR. When you apply for LMIA/ PNP also, the processing time is longer）
Those working in professions deemed as “beneficial to the Canadian economy” may apply. There’s a program that will assess based on a point system your background not only for your occupation, but for your language skill, educational background, age, as well as whether or not you have relatives residing in Canada.
Usually, individuals applying for a PR status do so through Express Entry, https://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation_id=annotation_1376927811&feature=iv&src_vid=y5ftuVERusg&v=IzfJ8QidomM, which then qualifies them to get an invitation to apply upon having a high score and meeting all of the requirements.
There are cases where it’s possible to apply for the PR even if you’re applying from outside of Canada, don’t have an employer, don’t have the required points or don’t have a Work Permit.
If you don’t have enough points, you can increase it by getting a job offer in Canada and apply either through Labor Market Impact Assessment (“LMIA”) or the Provincial Nominee Program (“PNP”).
Some provinces have a program that allows you to apply as a semi-skilled worker if your occupation is not considered as skilled worker.
You can apply for your 4) spouse, common-law partner, 5) child, 6) parent or grandparent. For example, in the case of a Canadian and a foreigner couple that have married overseas, the Canadian can sponsor his/her spouse.
Spousal or common-law partners and those who wish to sponsor their child are not required to show the minimum income requirements.
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Having taken part a minimum of two years in cultural activities or athletics at the national level qualifies you to apply under the category of “Self-employed.”
8) PNP – Entrepreneur
Every PNP has a program for entrepreneurs. Minimum amount of net worth and investment varies depending on the province.
9) Significant Benefit to Canada
Depending on your occupation, if you own a business that is regarded as “of significant benefit” to Canada you can get a Work Permit by applying under the “Significant Benefit Canada” category. Upon obtaining your Work Permit, as well as having worked in Canada for a minimum of one year and have obtained additional points for Express Entry, you can apply for a PR.
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