Permanent residence in Canada
In this section, we will answer some of your frequently asked questions for permanent residence in Canada and introduce various methods of obtaining permanent residence in Canada.
Canadian permanent residence visa is a visa that is granted to specialized forces, applicants for provincial programs and people with experience in the field of business and trade. Also, close family members of a person who is considered a Canadian citizen can also obtain a permanent residence visa through the sponsorship program.
Spouse, partner and all dependent children must be included in your immigration file. Your dependent children must be at most 22 years old, and if they are older than 22 years old, they must be full-time students and there has been no interruption in their education since the age of 22 years. It is necessary that all persons under your supervision undergo a health and safety inspection.
Some states of Canada are allowed by the Immigration and Citizenship Department to select some of the desired and eligible persons to immigrate to their province under the program of immigration to Canada through the province.
In the meantime, the state of Quebec has full authority to choose people who intend to work and live in this state. This group of applicants can immigrate to Canada directly through Quebec immigration programs. Of course, it should be noted that in addition to passing the security and medical inspections, they must obtain the desired score according to the Quebec scoring system. Another addition for those applying for Quebec Canada residency is the payment of a separate Processing Fee to the provincial government of Quebec.
Note: Applicants who qualify under the federal immigration programs do not necessarily have the necessary qualifications to immigrate to Quebec, Canada, and vice versa.