Permanent Residence in Canada

Posted in Canadian Permanent Residence

There are a number of routes to immigrate to Canada, all leading to the permanent residence status. These are specific categories, each with their unique eligibility criteria. The following list elaborates the most common legal ways to immigrate to Canada

Federal Skilled Worker

Skilled workers are in high demand in Canada. The Federal Skilled Worker program allows experienced professionals from all around the world to immigrate to Canada. The Federal Skilled Worker program is the most common route to immigration to Canada. However, the policies for eligibility under this category have becomes quite stringent these days. You must be in a profession that the country demands – a list of only 24 occupations are considered high in demand. Besides the occupation, you are also assessed on other factors that determine your ability to successfully settle in Canada once you immigrate.

Business Immigration

Business immigration allows entrepreneurs to immigrate to Canada. The objective of this program is to allow people to establish their business, supporting Canada’s economy in return. People of high net worth usually apply for the Business Immigration category, however the process is complex and lengthy. It requires proper planning and documentation and you need to follow the procedures carefully when applying under the Business Immigration route.

Family Class Immigration

Canada gives high value to the Family Class Sponsorship route as it reunites families. If you are sponsored by a family member who is a permanent resident or citizen of Canada, you can qualify for Family class immigration. Every year, hundreds of families immigrate under this program.

Canadian Experience Class

If you have had the opportunity to work in Canada as a full-time worker on a valid work permit, you may be eligible to apply for the Canadian Experience Class program. To be eligible, you must be a student who has completed a two-year post-secondary degree at a Canadian institution and then worked for one year on a full-time basis. Or have been a foreign worker with at least one years of full-time experience.

Which Route Is Best For Me?

We can assess your individual case and then suggest the most feasible route for you to immigrate to Canada. If you intent to get a permanent residence in Canada, you should start the process as soon as possible. The steps are simple:

Contact Us

You can call us or write us an email. We’ll arrange an appointment for you, where a legal expert will sit with you and assess your case.

Retain the Firm

Once you have retained the firm we will start preparing your case.

Document Checklist

Our immigration expert will discuss your case in detail and will identify the most feasible plan. Based on the selected route, you will be given a checklist of documents that need to be submitted with your application.

Submit the Application

As soon as your application is ready, we’ll submit it to the immigration office. We’ll stay in close contact with the office and will keep you updated regarding the status of the application.


When the decision arrives, we’ll inform you. In case of a refusal, we’ll assist you file an appeal after reassessing the results and your case.

Want to do it yourself? No problem!

If you are worried about the legal fees – Don’t be! Our goal is to help everyone that is interested in immigrating to Canada. Contact us and we can provide numerous options for you. You can also purchase our very affordable Do it yourself Immigration Kit which details everything for you. If you are still not sure, feel free to contact us back. We will review your case before you submit it to give you the best possible outcome.

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