A permanent resident card is an official document that proves that you are a Canadian permanent resident.
Express Entry works by the Applicant filling out a profile. The profile then is ranked by points. If the Applicant is highly ranked, that Applicant will be invited to apply for permanent residence. Once invited, the Applicant will submit his, or her, application, and usually the application is processed within six months.
Depending on the type of permanent residency application you’re making, there are different type of fees attached. For example, we have the permanent residency fee and the landing fee. I will suggest that you consult an immigration lawyer to see what applicable fees are in your case.
You can become a permanent resident by applying to the immigration authorities under different programs, such as family sponsorships, investors Visa, or express entries.
Canadian permanent resident status confers many benefits that Canadian citizens get. For example, health care and they can work.
You can become a citizen of Canada if you meet certain requirements. One of them is that you’re 18 years of age, and a permanent resident, you can speak one of the official languages of Canada and you have lived three out of the five years in Canada before you apply.
If you are a permanent resident in Canada, you are able to work and get health benefits, but you are not able to vote.
You can sponsor your spouse in two ways. One is called the inland spousal sponsorship. That is when your spouse is in Canada, or if your spouse is overseas, you can apply for an overseas spousal sponsorship.
The benefits of becoming a Canadian permanent resident are, for example, work, study, live, and also become a Canadian citizen if you’re eligible.
Yes. The Canadian immigration authorities can refuse your application. They can refuse it because you don’t meet the requirements or if you’re inadmissible to Canada.