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It’s a good decision to move to Canada with PR Visa. The Best way to immigrate to Canada is through the Permanent Residence Visa (PR). PR is allocated for 5 years.

What do you need for Canada PR from India?

  • Age under 45 years
  • Bachelor’s degree or above
  • Work experience of minimum 2 years
  • Ability to speak, read and write English
  • A score of 67 points in Canada’s Points-based immigration selection system
  • No criminal history
  • Good health

Following are the Best Immigration Pathways to Become a Canada Permanent Residency:

  1. Canada Express Entry
  2. Provincial Nominee Programs
  3. Quebec Skilled Worker Visa

1)  Canada Express Entry

Eligibility for Canada Express Entry visa:

  • Age under 40 years
  • Graduate in any stream
  • 2-3 years of work experience
  • Good English Language Skills
  • Financial stability

2)  Provincial Nominee Programs

The following is a list of the PNPs in Canada. Note here that you should visit the individual page for each PNP to find out their procedure in proper detail:

  • Alberta PNP program
  • British Columbia PNP
  • Manitoba PNP
  • Saskatchewan PNP
  • Nova Scotia PNP
  • Prince Edward Island Nomination Program
  • Ontario PNP

3)  Quebec Skilled Worker visa Minimum Requirements

  • Education: Diploma or Bachelors
  • Education Area of Training: Should be in C Category
  • Work Experience: Minimum 6 months
  • Age: Up to 42 years
  • Language Ability: French Minimum B2 Level and English (IELTS)-CLB 5 i.e. Listening-5, Reading-4, Writing-5, Speaking-5

Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot:

Eligibility Requirements for candidates.

The federal criteria are:

  • Have a recommendation from one of the designated communities
  • Have one year of continuous work experience in the past three years (a minimum of 1,560 hours)
    OR
  • Have graduated from a publicly funded post-secondary institution in the recommending community
  • Have a genuine job offer to work in one of the designated communities
  • Meet the language threshold for the NOC skill type/level of the job being offered
  • Have sufficient funds to settle and support themselves and their family in the community
  • Have an intention to live in the community

The following communities are participating in the pilot.

  • North Bay, Ontario
  • Sudbury, Ontario
  • Timmins, Ontario
  • Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
  • Thunder Bay, Ontario
  • Brandon, Manitoba
  • Altona/Rhineland, Manitoba
  • Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
  • Claresholm, Alberta
  • Vernon, British Columbia
  • West Kootenay (Trail, Castlegar, Rossland, Nelson), British Columbia

Benefits of Canada Permanent Resident Card

  • Right of permanent residency anywhere in Canada
  • Study and work anywhere in Canada on the PR card
  • Sponsor eligible family members
  • Apply for Canadian citizenship (after becoming eligible)
  • No tax on income outside Canada
  • Access to subsidized education
  • Social and Family security services
  • Unemployment wages
  • Protection under Canadian law
  • You can be in any part of this country and easily study, live and work there.
  • All the privileges enjoyed by a Canadian citizen like lower education fees in schools and colleges also apply to you.
  • You can get the citizenship of Canada after 3 years.
  • You live a protected life in Canada, and the law of Canada completely applies to you.