Status Renouncement

IRCC provides pathways for people who want to voluntarily renounce their status as a permanent resident of Canada or Canadian Citizenship. If you renounce your permanent resident status or Canadian citizenship, you lose all the rights and privileges of being a Permanent Resident or Canadian citizen and will have no status in Canada. People who were previously Permanent Resident or Canadian citRead More…

PR Card Renewal

Canadian permanent residents may apply for a Canadian Permanent Resident Card at any time after landing in Canada. This card confirms their status as a permanent resident of Canada. PR card needs to be valid. If the card expires, a new one should be applied for. You are still a permanent resident if your card expires. PR Card Renewal Eligibility: Have permanent resident statusLive in CanRead More…

PR Travel Document

A Travel Document, issued by a Canadian Immigration Visa Office, may, in certain circumstances, serve the same purpose as a Canadian Permanent Resident Card. Canadian Permanent Residents, who are outside of Canada, and not in possession of a Canadian Permanent Resident Card, may apply at a Canadian Immigration Visa Office for a Travel Document that will enable them to be transported back Read More…

Citizen Application

Since 2010, Canada has welcomed an average of more than 260,000 permanent residents each year. Many of these newcomers are in the process of becoming Canadian citizens, and many more will apply for Canadian citizenship in the future. When that process is complete, they take loyalty oaths pledging their commitment to the responsibilities and privileges of Canadian citizenship. Once you obtain yRead More…

Visitor Visa

Any foreign nationals from visa-required countries may need to apply for Visitor Visa in order to temporarily stay in Canada without working or studying. In a normal circumstance, Visitor Visa holders may stay in Canada for up to 6 months on each visit. The validation duration of Visitor Visa may vary depending on the personal situation of the applicants, and the maximum length of validity is 10 Read More…

Super Visa

Parents or grandparents of Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents may apply for Super Visa in order to temporarily stay in Canada without working or studying. In a normal circumstance, Super Visa holders may stay in Canada for up to 2 consecutive years on each visit. Generally, the maximum length of validity is 10 years. Super Visa Criteria: Be the parent or grandparent of a Canadian citiRead More…

Temporary Resident Permit

Generally, individuals who do not meet the requirements of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA), or who are inadmissible under the IRPA, may be refused a permanent resident visa (PRV) or temporary resident visa (TRV) abroadrefused an electronic travel authorization (eTA)reported inadmissible under section A44(1)allowed to withdraw their application to enteRead More…