What is the process for applying for a Canadian PR visa?
If you are prepared to submit an application for permanent residence in Canada, you can do so by following the steps listed below. The two most frequent and well-liked programs for application are Express Entry and the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).
The following steps:
Step 1: Before uploading the profile, make sure you have the ECA (Educational Credential Assessment) and English/French language ability test scores.
Take the IELTS test if you can speak English well. You must pass the English proficiency test with the required score. The results of the approved French test are also admissible.
Step 2: Earn the required number of points based on your age, education, experience, etc. For the Express entry FSW category, you must receive at least 67 out of 100 possible points.
Step 3: Based on the immigration program you're applying for, submit your EOI (Expression of Interest) profile.
Step 4: After getting an Invitation to Apply (ITA) from the specific program you applied to.
Step 5: Once you receive the ITA, get ready to submit your application along with all the necessary paperwork, (such as transcripts, employment records, financial documentation, etc).
Step 6: Complete your medical examination, get your PCC (Police Clearance Certificate) and a medical certificate, and then submit your application.
Step 7: The concerned immigration officer will examine your application and supporting documentation after you submit it. The policeman might also ask you for more information or documentation (if required).
Step 8: If IRCC approves your application, you will receive a COPR (Confirmation of Permanent Residence) document and confirmation of your PR.
How long does it take to process the Canada PR application?
The average processing period for a Canada PR application is six to eight months. However, in addition to a few other crucial elements, it also depends on the immigration program you are applying for.
How long does it take to hear back about the PR application?
If you are applying under the PNP stream then you will hear back within the time frame of 3 to 6 months and if you are applying under the Express Entry stream and as per the current scenario you have CRS ranging from 500 to 600 you will get the invitation within 15 days.
What if I don't want my parents to live with me after I immigrate to Canada?
In case you don’t wish to be with your parents after immigrating to Canada then you should not show your family composition, thus ending the chance of inviting them to Canada, but if you want them to join you in the distant future then you must show your relationship and you can invite them on a visitor visa for a duration of 6 to 8 months and if you invite them on a super visa then they can live with you up to 5 years as per the new law.
It is advisable to show your relationship so as to minimize future visa application issues for your family members.
For more information, please call: +91-7503832132, +91-9131059075, +91-8447281370, Write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and Fill out the Free Canada Immigration Assessment Form