There are more than 80 immigration programs in Canada, and here is what you need to know about PR status and Citizenship in Canada.
The path from a Temporary Resident to Permanent Resident is different for everyone, but as soon as one gets his or her PR card – that significant moment will be one of the brightest memories of their lives. However, make sure you don’t lose your PR status. How can one lose a PR status?
- Become inadmissible to Canada;
- Give up (renounce) your PR status;
- Become a Canadian citizen.
Even though it’s on the list but the last point is surely a positive reason of “losing” the PR status. Please, keep in mind, that in order to keep your permanent resident status, you must spend in Canada for at least 730 days during the last five years. And in order to apply for your citizenship in Canada you must have been physically present in Canada for at least 1095 days during the five years right before the date you sign your application.
If you are ready to start your path to your “Canadian dream”, take a first step – submit our Free Assessment form, and see your chances for Canadian Immigration, or you can order a consultation right away and discuss your options directly with the immigration expert.