Citizenship through Permanent Residency Canada
Canadian Citizenship is one the most prized opportunities in the world. Citizenship allows lawful permanent residents and applicants who have certain ties to Canada to apply to become citizens and be eligible to obtain a Canadian passport.
Citizenship through Permanent Residency favours applicants who meet the age, permanent residence; time lived in Canada, language, character and knowledge of Canada requirements. The Citizenship through Permanent Residency allows applicants the opportunity to become citizens of Canada and apply for a Canadian passport. The citizenship ceremony is the final step in becoming a Canadian citizen. During the citizenship ceremony, applicants will be asked to take an oath of citizenship and will receive their certificate of Canadian Citizenship.
Citizenship Through Permanent Residency Basic Requirements
To become a Canadian citizen through permanent residency, applicants must meet the following requirements:
Certain exemptions apply to the above requirements for applicants below 18 and above 54 years of age.
Citizenship Through Permanent Residency Entitlements
An applicant who is granted citizenship through permanent residency will be entitled to rights and freedoms including legal rights, equality rights, mobility rights, aboriginal peoples' rights, freedom of thought, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and the right to peaceful assembly. They will also have to obey Canada's laws, express their opinions freely while respecting the rights and freedoms of others, help others in the community, care for and protect our heritage and environment, and eliminate discrimination and injustice. Another privilege is the right to vote and to have a say in the political leadership of Canada
Citizenship Through Adoption Canada
Canadian Citizenship is one the most sought after in the world. Citizenship through adoption allows applicants who have Canadian parents to apply to obtain citizenship, receive a Canadian passport, and receive all the benefits related to citizenship.
Citizenship through adoption category favours applicants who were adopted by Canadian parents outside of Canada. Applying for adoption through citizenship allows applicants to apply for citizenship and claim their entitlements to the benefits which accrue through citizenship
Work Visas Canada
The Work Visa to Canada offers various Federal, State and Provincial work visas that provide workers at all levels the opportunity to live and work in Canada
Other Work Visas
Federal Skilled Worker Visa
The Federal Skilled Worker visa allows skilled workers to live and work in Canada permanently (outside the province of Quebec).
Quebec Skilled Worker Visa
The Quebec Skilled Worker visa is designed for skilled individuals seeking to live and work permanently in the province of Quebec.
Canadian Experience Visa
The Canadian Experience visa allows foreign workers and students who have worked or studied temporarily in Canada to obtain permanent residence.
International Graduates Visa
The International Graduates visa allows recent foreign graduate students in Canada to accept employment and obtain permanent residence.
Alberta Immigration Nominee Program(AINP)
The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program visa offers skilled and semi-skilled applicants the opportunity to fill the province's current skill shortages.
New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program Visa(NBPNP)
The New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program visa actively seeks qualified immigrants to fill labour market shortages within the province.
Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program Visa(MPNP)
The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program visa intends to attract foreign workers who can help satisfy Manitoba's general labour shortages.
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program Visa (SINP)
The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program visa allows skilled workers with an employment offer to live and work in Saskatchewan.
Opportunities Ontario Provincial Nominee Program Visa (ONTARIO PNP)
The Opportunities Ontario Provincial Nominee Program visa provides permanent residence to eligible skilled professionals with an offer of employment in designated fields from an Ontario employer.
Newfoundland & Labrador Provincial Nominee Program Visa (NLPNP)
The Newfoundland & Labrador Provincial Nominee Program visa is aimed at recruiting and retaining foreign applicants with skills currently unavailable in the local job market.
British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program Visa(BCPNP)
The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program visa provides accelerated processing of applications for identified qualified skilled workers through various streams of visas.
Nova Scotia Nominee Program visa (NSNP)
The Nova Scotia Nominee Program Vvisa is a provincial nominee visa that is designed for workers with skills that are in limited supply in Nova Scotia through various streams of visas.
Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program Visa (PEIPNP)
The Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program visa allows Canadians to nominate their relatives to live and work in Prince Edward Island.
Yukon Nominee Program Visa (YNP)
The Yukon Nominee Program visa is designed to allow qualified foreign applicants to be nominated by Yukon employers for permanent residence.
Quebec Experience Visa( Foreign Worker/Foreign Students)
The Quebec Experience visa allows temporary foreign workers and students who have worked or studied in Quebec to obtain permanent residence