The country has a long tradition of immigration and an elaborate system to evaluate and admit new residents. Citizenship is available after three years of residence (and 183 days minimum physical presence during each of the three calendar years). The Canadian passport is one of the best travel documents in the world.
You can establish residence by applying for Canadian permanent residence in one the following categories:
Once your application is approved, you and members of your immediate family may enjoy all the advantages of Canadian citizenship (with the exception of voting and holding political office), including access to excellent free health care and first-class education.
An application for Canada Immigration must be filed to the appropriate government office in order to be considered for the resident programs. A file reference number is assigned at this point, allowing applicants to track the status of their applications. If you are from a non-visa-exempt nation, you must submit your passport to the local Canadian embassy or consulate after receiving clearance, and the permanent residence visa will be issued.
You will be awarded permanent residence after you arrive in Canada with the visa. The length of time it takes to process an application depends on the category it belongs to and where it was submitted. Estimated processing times are listed on the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada website. Physical presence in Canada for two out of every five years is required to preserve permanent residence status.
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