CANADA - PERMANENT RESIDENT VISA
In order to
live and work in Canada indefinitely, it is necessary
to go through a legal process of immigration, consisting on asking the
Canadian government a Permanent Resident Visa (Permanent Visa or Landed
Immigrant of Canada). If you and your family get that status, you will also
get the rights and duties of a resident:
Live, work and study for an
indefinite time, as you keep your visa.
Access to most social benefits for
Canadian citizens (for example, economical support for children under age,
free health care, free elementary and high school education, etc.)
Ask for citizenship and right to use
a Canadian passport after a period of a 3-year residence in Canada.
Enter and leave the country at your
own will, travel all over Canada with no restrictions
Pay taxes as every Canadian citizen
(federal, provincial and municipal)
Abide by the Canadian law.
Arriving in Canada before the visa
Not allowed to vote in Canadian
Certain job positions related the
national security or government administration (they require a security
If you or your family
commit a severe crime, may be
and lose your status as residents.
A person with a Permanent Resident Visa cannot live out of Canada for the
total added time of three years in a consecutive period of 5 years:
PERMANENT RESIDENT CARD
Once an immigrant and his/her family arrive in Canada, this card
will be obtained as part of the registration process in
Immigration. This card will serve as an identification and it
will be the valid document to go back to Canada, if the
applicant goes out of the country. Permanent Resident Cards will
be sent to the immigrant's address in a short time, and they are
valid until he gets the Canadian citizenship and passport - 3
years after living in
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