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Understanding Canada PR Process

When it comes to immigration, Canada never dissatisfied any of the immigrants. This maple country never misses a chance to hog the limelight of millions of aspirants all over the globe. Whether it’s the number of immigration programs, a plethora of job opportunities, and eligibility for Canadian citizenship within three years of permanent residence (PR) status in Canada, or be in any case, this maple country is everyone’s favorite.

Moreover, Canada’s PR process is immigrant-friendly, easy, and flexible. So, do you have a dream of getting a Canadian Permanent Resident Visa?

Follow the step-by-step guide for the application process for a Canada Permanent Resident Visa.

An Insight into the Canada PR Process

  • Step 1: Check Eligibility
  • Canada PR operates through the 67-federal points system, under which points are allotted based on certain factors, such as:

    1. Age,
    2. Qualification,
    3. Relevant work experience,
    4. Language Proficiency,
    5. Adaptability,
    6. Arranged employment.

    So, before initiating the Canadian PR application, you need to make sure that you are meeting Canadian Permanent Resident Visa requirements.

  • Step 2: Go for ECA (Educational Credential Assessment)
  • In order to prove that your education is equivalent and meets the Canadian educational standards, you need to provide the concerned authorities with the ECA that too approved by the relevant assessing authorities such WES, IQAS, ICAS, etc.

    It also indicates that you have the knowledge needed in the particular line of work to perform successfully. Therefore, it is an important document that you need to support of your Canada PR.

  • Step 3: Create Express Entry Account
  • After completing the ECA process, you need to create an Express Entry profile. You need to fill out your complete, accurate detail such as personal, Qualification, relevant experience, IELTS, Funds detail, etc. To complete your Express Entry profile, you’ll need valid Information from certain mandatory documents, for example.

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    Your NOC (National Occupational Classification) Job title and Code

    You may exit the profile at any time. There is no need to worry as your Information is confidential, and it gets saved in your account automatically. All you have is 60 days to complete and submit your Express Entry Profile. Otherwise, you’ll need to commence the whole process from scratch.

    However, creating an express entry profile is not mandatory for applying for a Canadian PR visa. If you have less than six bands in IELTS, you can directly apply for a Canadian Permanent Resident Visa through the Canada PNP route.

  • Step 4: Be ready for PNP Option:
  • In case you have a lower CRS score. There is no need to worry. You can improve your CRS score by getting a provincial nominee certificate. Getting PNP approval is the best way to boost the 600 CRS score significantly.

    Many PNP’s such as Saskatchewan PNP, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island does not require any CRS to issue nominations.

  • Step 5: Get ITA and submit the documents
  • Once you reach the threshold of minimum CRS score, you’re issued an ITA (Invitation to Apply). Once you’ve grabbed the ITA, you have a time limit of 60 days within which you need to submit your Canadian Permanent Resident Visa application to the IRCC that too along with a proper set of documents & visa application fee.

  • Step 6: Biometric and Fly into the World of Opportunities
  • Now, the last step you need to do to pull your dreams into the daylight is to submit your biometrics fees.

    Read More: All those aged 14-79 need to pay a biometric fee of about CAD 85 (4860 INR). Then, once you get your passport stamped with a Canada PR visa, you can fly to your Dream Destination, Canada.

    Note: The maximum biometric fee for a family of 2 or more than, who are applying at the same time and place, the costs are CAD 170.

 

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