What are the requirements to get permanent residence?

Canada is one of the most successful and developed country in the world. Masses from various part of the world cherish to go and settle in Canada with their families because of the social security and economic stability in country. Canadian government allows the foreign skilled workers and investors to come and live, work and settle and invest in social and economic life of the country. CWC is the leading immigration in consulting to get the permanent residence to Canada. We are a veteran and an honest immigration consultant providing our services in India, Canada and UAE. We are the brand that you can bank upon.

Evaluation of Canada PR assessment

How to get permanent residency to Canada:

There is number of programs by which you can get permanent residence in Canada after completing the promising requirements:

1. Express Entry Program

2. Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)

3. Business Immigration Program

4. Family class Immigration

5. Experience class Immigration

Canada PR assessment:

  1. Express entry program: Express entry Visa depends on Comprehensive Ranking system. CRS points depends on various factors:

Human Capital Factors

  • Spouse and Common Law Partner
  • Skill Transferability
  • Additional Factors

These factors take into account:

  • Age – 12 points
  • Work experience – 15 points
  • Education qualifications – 25 points
  • Language skills- 28 points
  • Adaptability- 10 points
  • Job offers – 10 points
  • Spouse or common-law partner

For candidates without spouse or common-law partner, there are:

  • 500 points – Core human capital factors.
  • 100 points – skill transferability factors.
  • 600 points – for additional factors (including a provincial nomination, an offer of arranged employment, study from Canada, a sibling in Canada, and French language ability).

For candidates with spouse or common-law partner, there are:

  • 460 points – core human capital factors
  • 40 points – Core human capital factors of the spouse or common-law partner
  • 100 points – skill transferability factors.
  • 600 points – for additional factors (including a provincial nomination, an offer of arranged employment, study from Canada, a sibling in Canada, and French language ability).
  • Provincial Nominee Program (PNP): If any province or territory needs a profile like yours, they can select your profile for nomination and send you an invitation letter to apply for a permanent residence. If you meet the requirements you will receive a nomination from the province. You can apply for permanent residency visa after you receive the nomination form.

Some of the popular PNP programs are:

  • Ontario (OINP)
  • British Columbia (BCPNP)
  • Alberta (AINP)
  • Manitoba (MPNP)
  • Saskatchewan (SINP)
  • Prince Edward Island (PEI PNP)
  • Nova Scotia (NSNP)
  • New Brunswick  (NBPNP)
  • Newfoundland & Labrador (NLPNP)
  • Northwest Territories (NWTNP)
  • Yukon (YNP)

BC PNP operates on the points system.

     Human factors: – 120 points

  • Experience
  • Education
  • Language ability

Economic factors: – 80 points

  • Skill Level of the B.C. Job Offer
  • Wage of the B.C. Job Offer
  •  Regional District of Employment.

3. Business Immigration Program: There are three different categories of business immigration:

1. Start-up Visa

2. Self Employed

3. Immigrant Investors

Business visa depends on various parameters:

  1. For startup visa candidate need to minimum CLB (Canadian Language of Benchmark) level of 5.
  2. Self employed business visa depends on factors such as age, experience, education, language, and adaptability. Candidate must score 35 out of 100.
  3. For Immigrant investors candidate must
  4. Have net worth of 10 million Canadian dollars. 
  5. Willing to make a non-guaranteed/at-risk investment of $2 million in the IIVC fund, under a contract for approximately 15 years.
  6. Minimum CLB (Canadian Language of Benchmark) level of 5.
  7. Must completed post secondary education in Canada.
  • Family class Immigration:

Permanent residents of Canada are eligible to sponsor the following persons:

  • Spouse
  • Conjugal partner
  • Common in law partner
  • Dependent or adopted child
  • Parents
  • Grandparents
  • Experience class Immigration:

You can qualify for this visa if you have studied or worked in Canada and meet the minimum requirements. The other important eligibility requirements are:

  • 1year of experience either full-time or part-time in the past three years.
  • Have work experience with proper authorization.
  • Candidate must meet the language proficiency requirements.

Conclusion:

After getting PR you can live, work and study anywhere in Canada. You can apply for Canadian citizenship in the upcoming years. CWC is the best and a prominent immigration consultant especially in permanent residence. To evaluate your Canada PR assessment visits our website. We have the team of experts who are moving heaven to earth to maintain the royalty and loyalty of our brand. We will discuss each and every detail with you that you need to know and guide you with the best. To be a permanent resident in Canada contact the CWC immigration consultant.

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