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Canadian Permanent Resident

Canadian Permanent Resident is both a Canadian Permanent Resident ID, but also an access to Canada Travel Documents. New immigrants can apply for the Permanent Resident Card upon landing and will receive the physical card within 3 months sent directly by the Department of Immigration through your mailing address. For those who already obtained an Permanent Resident Card and need to renew it.

You must have been physically present in Canada for a minimum of 2 years (730 days) with the past 5 years to renew your Permanent Residence Card.

     • Or If you accompanying a Canadian Citizen outside Canada;

     • Or Employment under Canadian companies outside Canada;

     • Or accompanying a Permanent resident who under employment with Canadian companies outside Canada.

In addition, according to the immigration laws, the Department needs to cancel the immigration status through a series of programs, such as warnings and give the parties the opportunity to defend themselves and the final hearings. In these procedures, seek expert help immigrants may play a good role

Citizenship Application

For those who have already obtained a Permanent Resident Card for several years and want to apply for Canadian Citizenship, you need to meet following requirement to be eligible:

     • Physically present in Canada as a permanent resident for at least 1460 days in the last 6 years;

     • Meet your personal income tax filing obligations in four taxation years within the six years;

     • Intent to reside in Canada;

     • Meet language abilities requirements;

     • Understand the rights, responsibilities and privileges of citizenship;

     • No crime committed in or outside Canada.

Any questions regarding immigration, working or studying issues in Canada and Visa application to other countries, please contact us directly at 1-888-888-5518.

Many new immigrants or naturalized Chinese may have concerns regarding:

How to use Canadian authorized documents in the home country?

How to prove their marriage status or personal status using Canadian authorized documents to their home country?

How to authorize relatives to solve issues facing government, banks or real estate agencies from home country on your behalf?

How to bring child back to be foster cared by relatives in the home country?

 

All those above mentioned behavior will require documents going through three notarization process by federal notary or lawyer, by provincial notary and by Chinese consulate in Canada.

If that’s too much trouble for you, we can help to prevent the risk of returning documents due to incomplete or missing documents.

 

Any questions regarding immigration, working or studying issues in Canada and Visa application to other countries, please contact us directly at 1-888-888-5518.

Any questions regarding immigration, working or studying issues in Canada and Visa application to other countries, please contact us directly at 1-888-888-5518.