How do Permanent Resident Card Applications Work?

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Every year, thousands of people throng to Canada in search of a better life for themselves and their families and several of them realize their dream of becoming Permanent Resident of Canada. A Permanent Resident Card (PR Card) is official proof of your status as a permanent resident.

An applicant who has received permanent residency status in Canada prior to June 28, 2002, may apply for a Permanent Resident Card.

An individual who has received permanent residency status after this date and has not received a PR Card or wishes to replace a lost, stolen, damaged, or expired PR Card, can apply.

You will need the help of an experienced immigration professional for this.

Who can apply for a PR Card?

Individuals who have received their permanent residency status can apply for a PR card. This does not mean they have received Canadian citizenship.

This critical document ensures easy to travel in and out of the Country. An experienced immigration consultant can help you with this application.

Everything you need to know about Canadian Permanent Resident Card Applications

Here are some very important questions you need to ask your immigration consultant when applying for your Canadian Permanent Resident Card:

  • After my PR card expires, how do I keep my permanent residency status active?
  • How long before the expiry date can I renew my card?
  • Can my children be issued PR Cards and what is the process to apply for them?

Contacting EEP for assessment: Why is this important?

The lawyers at EEP provide legal representation tailored to your individual situation. Our expertise focuses on immigration and visa programs for Canada and the United States.

Partnering with our award-winning immigration team greatly increases the likelihood of achieving your specific immigration or visa goals. Immigration is a complex process that requires strong legal strategy, precise paperwork, and attention to detail. This reduces the risk of wasted time, money, or permanent rejection.

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