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Quebec Immigrant Investor Program Eligibility

Quebec Immigrant Investor Program Eligibility

Quebec Immigrant Investor Program

On May 29, 2017 a new Canadian business immigration program opened known as the Quebec Immigrant Investor Program (QIIP). This program gives international investors the opportunity to obtain permanent resident status in Canada by making a risk-free $800,000 CAD investment guaranteed by the Quebec government entity.

When investing through the QIIP you do not need to create a quota of jobs within a specific timeframe. Most other investor programs in Canada and abroad require a quota within a certain time frame such as the EB-5 Program in the United States.

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How to Apply for Renew or Replace your Permanent Resident Card

How to Apply for Renew or Replace your Permanent Resident Card

Apply for, Renew or Replace your Permanent Resident Card

You have recently become a permanent resident of Canada and now want to obtain your permanent resident card. First and foremost, congratulations! Becoming a permanent resident of Canada is an exciting step for an amazing future in Canada. Of course once you receive your permanent residence, you will have to acquire a permanent resident (PR) card in order to travel in and out of Canada. Although you will still be a permanent resident if you don’t have a PR card; however, it is extremely important to have a PR card with you whenever you are travelling. Your PR card must be valid and not expired should you wish to travel. In this article, I will explain who is eligible for a PR card and what are the necessary steps should you need to apply for, renew or replace your permanent resident card.

PR Card Eligibility

Much like any other immigration document, there are eligibility requirements that you must abide by in order to obtain a permanent resident card. Below is a list of eligibility requirements for a permanent resident card.

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Prepare to Work in Canada

Prepare to Work in Canada

What you need to know in order to Work in Canada

In order to work in Canada, you must first be well-prepared and accumulate the proper documentation to provide to a prospect employer. There are several steps that you must take beforehand as well as documents that you are required to provide. When looking to work in Canada, Immigration must be able to analyze the documents in English and verify that the information is relevant in Canadian standards. Therefore, in this article, I will explain what is needed before working in Canada, such as getting your credentials assessed accordingly, assessing your language ability, finding a job in Canada, and how to get a Social Insurance Number (SIN).

Getting your Credentials Assessed

Depending on how you intend on coming to Canada, you must first have your education, work experience or professional credentials assessed. This must be done if you are coming to Canada as a Federal Skilled Worker under Express Entry, coming to Canada to work in a specific profession or trade, and/or coming to Canada to study. The reason for the credentials being assessed is for the Immigration officer to analyze whether your credentials can be equated to a Canadian standard. For instance, the credential assessment will allow you to see whether your credentials are equal to Canadian worker’s standards; to find out whether more training, education or Canadian work experience is required from you; to understand what kinds of jobs you are qualified for; and lastly, to assist employers in understanding your qualifications.

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Citizens of Antigua and Barbuda Now Require a Visa to Travel to Canada

Citizens of Antigua and Barbuda Now Require a Visa to Travel to Canada

New Requirement for Temporary Resident Visa

The Canadian government has come to the conclusion that citizens from the small Caribbean nation, Antigua and Barbuda, no longer meet the criteria for a visa exemption. As a result, any current electronic Travel Authorization (eTA)’s that have been issued will unfortunately become void and the individuals affected will no longer be able to utilize their eTA to enter Canada and must obtain a visa. This new change has come into effect as of June 27, 2017. Although the Canadian government has not released any specific reason for this new enforcement, there has been much speculation. Furthermore, in this article, I will address the changes for these countries in particular and why these changes were introduced.

Why the Visa Requirement has been enforced

As previously mentioned, the Canadian government has not made any official announcement as to why this country is becoming a visa-required country; however, the media has reported many interesting points in this regard. For instance, the media has reported that the country’s Citizenship by Investment programs permits international investors and their respective families to proceed in obtaining citizenship in the country. Therefore, they are issued a passport, for either a contribution of $200,000 USD, a real estate investment of $400,000 USD, and/or an investment into a business of $1,500,000 USD. As a result, applicants that participate in the Citizenship by Investment program are allowed to apply without having any previous ties or connections to the country itself.

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Questions on Completing an Immigration Application Form

Questions on Completing an Immigration Application Form

Questions on Immigration Application

Are you working on a temporary or permanent immigration application form and are stuck with some general questions you need answers too? This article will cover common question applicants have when completing their immigration application. Below will discuss:

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Canada Work Permit Questions and Answers

Canada Work Permit Questions and Answers

Questions and Answers for Work Permits

In this article, I will address questions and answers for work permits, as there are several different work circumstances, in order for you to further understand what a work permit entails. A work permit is intended for foreign nationals who wish to come to Canada to pursue a career or a job opportunity. It was created to give foreign nationals an opportunity to further their careers or be given the opportunity of a job that they would not have in their home country. If you feel as though you would be eligible to apply for a work permit, I suggest you read our article on “Work Permit Eligibility” before reading this question and answer article. This article is intended to clarify any misunderstanding or confusion with regards to a work permits.

Q: Is a regular work permit different from an open work permit in terms of the applications? Or are they the same?

A: The application form is indeed the same and you may apply for either a regular work permit or an open work permit with the same application. The only difference is that for an open work permit, when filing out the application, you can leave the “details of intended work in Canada” blank as it is not mandatory to have employment already in Canada before applying.

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Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program New Stream for Tradespersons

Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program New Stream for Tradespersons

New Express Entry Stream for Tradespersons

Ontario is Canada’s most populated province and is a very popular destination for new immigrants looking to settle in Canada. Ontario has an immigrant nomination program that assists eligible foreign nationals who have skilled work experience gain permanent residency in Canada, specifically Ontario, and contribute to the Canadian economy. The Provincial Nominee Program, itself, is extremely beneficial for Express Entry candidates as it can provide you with the most points out of all Express Entry factors. Successful candidates can obtain up to 600 additional points from this program and gain an invitation to apply at the next draw for the Express Entry pool. The new Trades Steam came into effect on May 31, 2017. In this article, I will address the new Stream and how it affects the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) and Express Entry altogether.

Canadian Experience Class for Tradespersons

In order to qualify under this new Stream for Tradespersons, candidates must be eligible under Canadian Experience Class (CEC). Of course any candidate who is eligible under the Canadian Experience Class must qualify and meet the minimum requirements necessary – these requirements will be listed below. Most importantly, candidates must also verify that they would like to reside in Ontario in their Express Entry profile and in addition must also receive a Notification of Interest (NOI) from the province of Ontario through their online account before they can submit their application.

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International Students Becoming Permanent Residents

International Students Becoming Permanent Residents

Applying for Permanent Residence as an International Student

As an International student in Canada, experiencing the Canadian education system and observing the Canadian culture, can definitely insight some interest in permanently residing in Canada. It has been revealed that more International students have been transitioning into permanent residents after graduating from their studies. In the 2017 to 2018 academic year, there has been an influx of international students migrating to Canada to pursue their educations; they attribute their coming to Canada based on Canada’s stable and welcoming environment for International students. Additionally, as these international students continue their studies in Canada, they choose to migrate permanently to Canada for the same reasons. In this article, I will explain why International Students are choosing Canada as their permanent residence and how permanent residence is achieved for International students.

How Many International Students are coming to Canada

Many International students find the idea of coming to Canada very enticing and are enthusiastic about starting their educational careers in Canada. Due to Canada being one of the top-ten study destinations worldwide, it does not come as a surprise that more International students will want to travel here. Specifically, within the years from 2008 to 2016, the amount of study permits that have been issued each year has more than doubled. For instance, in 2008, there was an amount of 128,411 study permits issued, in comparison with 2016, where the study permits issued increased to an astounding number of 267,780. However, there have been even more study permits issued that by the end of 2016 there were more than 414,000 study permits issued. Although, these numbers may be different from the actual international students residing in Canada – some study permit holders may not actually be physically present in Canada, and in addition, many international students study in Canada without a study permit. Therefore, this is a rough estimation.

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Electronic Travel Authorization Questions and Answers

Electronic Travel Authorization Questions and Answers

Detailed Questions and Answers for Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA)

In this article, I will address questions and answers for Electronic Travel Authorizations (eTA) in order for you to further understand when an eTA is required and who needs an eTA. An eTA is intended for foreign nationals who come from visa-exempt countries and want to travel by air. It was created to make it easier on foreign nationals who do not require a visa but do need authorization to travel to Canada. If you feel as though you would be eligible to apply for an eTA, I suggest you read our article on “Who Needs an ETA” before reading this question and answer article. This article is intended to clarify any misunderstanding or confusion with regards to Electronic Travel Authorization.

Q: If I have submitted the documents for my eTA application and I have not received a response yet, am I still allowed to travel to Canada?

A: Unfortunately, no. An eTA is required and is mandatory in order to travel to Canada. If you decide to travel to Canada without an eTa, you will be refused entry into Canada. Therefore, you should not intend on travelling to Canada until you receive a decision with regards to your application. Additionally, in order for your time, and especially your money, not to be wasted, it is advisable to reschedule your flight if your travel date is approaching.

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Express Entry Changes to Comprehensive Ranking System

Express Entry Changes to Comprehensive Ranking System

Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking System Changes

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has recently announced some changes to the Express Entry Comprehensive Ranking system. These changes include gaining additional points for having a sibling within Canada as well as additional points for proven French ability. In addition, another very important change to consider is for candidates who do not have a qualifying job offer or a provincial nomination, they will no longer have to register in the Canadian Job Bank. These changes were proposed in March of 2017 but have only been introduced as of June. Although these changes are not as impacting as the changes that happened in November of 2016, they are still extremely important and informative for candidates who are applying through Express Entry. In this article, I will address the changes to the Comprehensive Ranking System for Express Entry and how these changes will affect future candidates.

Who is affected by these Express Entry Changes?

Many candidates who are applying through Express Entry will be glad to know that their scores will most likely remain the same. Due to these new changes, there will be no reduction in the Comprehensive Ranking System point’s total, unlike the changes that were introduced in November of 2016. Additionally, these new changes will benefit some candidates as any candidate with a sibling within Canada or proven French ability may be able to improve their point’s total as a result.

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Parents and Grandparents Sponsorship Changes

Parents and Grandparents Sponsorship Changes

Applying for a Parent or Grandparent Sponsorship

For Canadian citizens and permanent residents who wish to sponsor their parent or grandparent, they may have another chance at doing so as Immigration Canada has made some changes. As of early 2017, it was announced that Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is now implementing a new approach for processing applications for Canadian citizens or permanent residents to sponsor their parents or grandparents. IRCC has ambitious goals with regards to these specific sponsorships; they have created an “Interest to Sponsor” form which can help sponsor’s indicate their interest in sponsoring their parent or grandparent and allows them to enter for a chance to be randomly selected to apply. In this article, I will explain what the changes entail and what this means for prospect Canadians applying through a parent or grandparent sponsorship application.

What This Means for Parents and Grandparents getting Sponsored

This is extremely exciting news for parents and grandparents who have applied for a parent or grandparent sponsorship as their chances of coming to Canada have increased. Specifically, for sponsors who have submitted their application online between the dates of January 3 and February 2 of this year, they have been entered into a pool of candidates to be selected. Furthermore, IRCC declared on April 25 that they have randomly selected 10,000 potential sponsors from a pool of roughly 95,000 individuals to be invited to submit their sponsorship application. Once you have been invited, the sponsors must complete the application within 90 days of receiving the invitation.

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How to Sponsor your Common Law Partner

How to Sponsor your Common Law Partner

Sponsor your Common Law Partner

Do you and your common-law partner not live together and miss each other dearly? Do you wish to live happily and be together in Canada? Or is your common-law partner currently in Canada visiting you and you wish for them to permanently stay in Canada? Do you wish you could have someone help you make this possible? At Akrami & Associates, we can try our best to unite you and your common-law partner permanently. A common-law sponsorship can be overwhelming and emotional, however, in this article I will outline eligibility requirements and other factors to consider when sponsoring your common-law partner to make the process easier for you.

Eligibility to Sponsor Common Law Partner

The most important factor to determine before applying to sponsor your common-law partner is if you are eligible to sponsor. There are simple requirements that you must comply with in order to become eligible; however, if you don’t acquire one of the requirements, you will not be eligible. Below is a list of the requirements for edibility to sponsor your common-law partner.

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Changes to Canadian Citizenship

Changes to Canadian Citizenship

Canadian Citizenship Changes

Has it always been your desire to finally become a Canadian citizen after so many years of being a permanent resident? This can finally be possible with the Canadian citizenship application and the new changes that have been introduced as of this year. To become a Canadian citizen is not an easy process but hopefully with the new Bill C-6, the process can become easier for individuals applying for Canadian citizenship. Like any other legislation in Canada, some changes will come into effect immediately and others will most likely come into effect in early 2018. In this article, I will explain what specific changes are being introduced and how this will affect Canadian citizenship applications going forward.

What is Bill C-6?

This bill is an act amending Canada’s Citizenship Act. These amendments to the Act have finally received Royal Assent and are now law. This bill is extremely beneficial to many immigrants to Canada and their families as under the new legislation, permanent residents can now apply for citizenship a lot sooner than before. Additionally, this bill is also intended to enhance program integrity and retract certain provisions of the Act that had treated dual citizens differently than other Canadian citizens. There are many more revisions that have been made to the bill, which I will address below.

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Applying for Permanent Residence through Canadian Experience Class

Applying for Permanent Residence through Canadian Experience Class

What is Canadian Experience Class (CEC)?

Are you currently working in Canada and would love to gain permanent residency? Do you imagine your future in Canada and do not want to leave? This can become possible through Canadian Experience Class  through Express Entry. Express Entry, specifically the Canadian Experience Class, has been created for individuals who have worked in Canada and gained skills that will assist them for future employment and hopefully will result in permanent residency. It is essentially intended to assist foreign nationals to enter Canada on factors that will ultimately benefit the Canadian economy. In this article, I will address the minimum requirements for eligibility, the national occupational classification, education expectations, language ability expectations and more with regards to Canadian Experience Class.

Canadian Experience Class Minimum Requirements

Canadian Experience Class is not designed for anyone to apply. You must have the minimum requirements in order to become eligible. For instance, first and foremost, you must have at least a year of full-time skilled work experience in Canada, within three years before you apply for CEC. If you are a part-time skilled worker, you must have the equal amount of time as a full-time skilled worker. Additionally, you are required to have gained your work experience in Canada through proper authorization; this means that if you are working in Canada illegally, then unfortunately you will not be able to apply. Language levels are a definite requirement for CEC and you must ensure you meet them for your intended job. Last but not least, you must want to reside anywhere but Quebec as they have different regulations and do not use Express Entry.

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Express Entry Questions and Answers

Express Entry Questions and Answers

Express Entry Questions

In this article, I will address questions and answers for Express Entry in order for you to further understand what Express Entry entails. Express Entry is intended for permanent resident applicants that fall under specific federal economic immigration programs. It is essentially intended to assist foreign nationals to enter Canada on factors that will ultimately benefit the Canadian economy. If you feel as though you would be eligible to apply for Express Entry, I suggest you read our article on Express Entry steps before reading this question and answer article. This article is intended to clarify any misunderstanding or confusion with regards to Express Entry.

Q: Does Express Entry in any way change current immigration program requirements?

A: Thankfully, it does not. Express Entry is not intended to change any current immigration program requirements. Furthermore, Express Entry is not a new program as it has been regulated and implemented for some time now. It is, however, a new way for Immigration Canada to manage applications for specific economic immigration programs, such as the Federal Skilled Worker Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program, the Canadian Experience Class and a part of the Provincial Nominee Program.

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Steps on How to Hire International Students and Interns

How to Hire International Students and Interns

International students and interns are enthusiastic about job and career opportunities with prospect employers. Luckily, in Canada, both international students and interns can work for an employer while they are here on a study permit. Therefore, for employers, this creates an opportunity to hire employees on a part-time basis while they are in school and full-time when they are on break. There are certain steps that you must take in order to ultimately hire an international student and/or an intern. In this article, I will explain and outline the steps needed from the employer to hire an international student and/or an intern as well as the steps that the student and/or intern needs to take.

Who is Eligible to Work as an International Student?

There are requirements that the students must abide by before they go seeking employment opportunities. It is very important that the employer is well-aware of these requirements as well. As long as the student holds a valid study permit in Canada, they may be eligible to work while they study. This begins as soon as they arrive and begin their designated study period. The students that apply to work must work for any applicable Canadian employer for a maximum of 20 hours per week during the regular study period. Additionally, they may also work for the employer on a full-time basis as long as it is during their scheduled break. This can be extremely beneficial for the student as this allows them to receive a higher income and it also benefits the employer as they can have access to a full-time employee temporarily.

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Claiming Refugee Status from Inside of Canada

Claiming Refugee Status from Inside of Canada

Claiming Refugee Status inside Canada

A refugee is a person who has been forced to leave their home in order to escape war, persecution, or a natural disaster. These individuals can be displaced all over the world; almost always in search of better living conditions and ultimately a better life. Sometimes these individuals end up in Canada. If you are in Canada and fear persecution and are unwilling or not able to return to your home country then you may be eligible for refugee protection from inside of Canada.

Who can apply to Claim Refugee Status in Canada?

In order to claim refugee status in Canada you will first need to know which type of refugee category you may fall under, in order to ensure that your application is filed properly it is vital that you file the application under the correct category. There are generally two types of applicants that can apply for refugee status within Canada. There is the Convention Refugee and what is known as a Person in need of Protection.

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Applying for Permanent Residence through Live in Caregiver Program

Applying for Permanent Residence through Live in Caregiver Program

Live in Caregiver Program

A live in caregiver is a person that was approved under the Live-in Caregiver Program from a visa office that is located outside of Canada to work in Canada. This person must have a valid Work Permit with an employer in Canada to work as Live-in Caregiver for children, seniors or children with disabilities.

Live in Caregiver Employment Requirement when Applying for Permanent Residence

To be able to apply for permanent residence under the Live in Caregiver Program, as the live-in caregiver you must have completed full-time employment within the four years you entered Canada as a live-in caregiver.

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Intra Company Transfer Work Permit Requirements

Intra Company Transfer Work Permit Requirements

Intra Company Transferee Work Permit Requirements

Do you want to work in Canada but are employed overseas through a multi-national company? Does the multi-national company that you work for have a location in Canada? If so, you should apply for a work permit through an Intra-Company Transfer. It is important to note that a work permit is necessary for all foreign nationals that wish to work and contribute to the Canadian economy. In this particular circumstance, you must work for a foreign multi-national company that also has a location in Canada in order to request a work permit through the Intra-Company Transfer program. In this article, I will explain in detail, who is eligible for an Intra-Company Transferee Work Permit and who is not, how to start the process of obtaining a work permit and further steps.

Who Can Apply for an Intra Company Transfer Work Permit?

In order to apply for an Intra-Company Transfer Work Permit you must meet some requirements for work permits under the general provision. The requirements are:

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Basic Steps to Sponsoring Spouse or Partner to Canada

Basic Steps to Sponsoring Spouse or Partner to Canada

Basic Steps to Sponsoring

Sponsoring a spouse, common law or conjugal partner or dependent child to Canada is not an easy process therefore knowing the basic steps to apply will help the sponsor and principal applicant throughout the application process. This article will discuss what who can and cannot be sponsor and what steps you need to take to get your application started.

Who can be a Sponsor?

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Conditional Permanent Residence for Spouses and Partners Removed

Conditional Permanent Residence for Spouses and Partners Removed

Conditional Permanent Residence Removed

On April 28, 2017- the government of Canada removed the conditions that applied to some sponsored spouses or partners of Canadian citizens and permanent residents. So what this means the spouse or common-law partner sponsored to Canada no longer has to live with their sponsor just to keep their permanent resident status. Instead, these individuals will get permanent resident status upon landing and no longer have to experience a period of conditional permanent resident status.

So, if your relationship was less than two year and had no children in common then you had to live with your sponsor for two years based on the old regulation.

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How Can I Sponsor my Conjugal Partner

How Can I Sponsor my Conjugal Partner

Sponsoring Conjugal Partner

Do you and your partner live apart from each other and miss each other dearly? Do you wish that you could be together in Canada? Due to special circumstances, is it impossible for you and your partner to be together? Is your desire to have someone that could help you make this possible? At Akrami & Associates, we can try our best to reunite you and your partner. The process is called a sponsorship and in your case, it would be for your conjugal partner. In order to start the process and get one step closer to being with your partner, I will outline the important information you need to know as well as the documentation required.

What is a Conjugal Partner?

A conjugal partner refers to a person outside of Canada who has had a binding relationship with a sponsor for at least one year but could not live with their partner in Canada. Thus, the conjugal partner applying for permanent residency in Canada must actually be living outside of Canada to be classified as a conjugal partner. This term refers to both opposite-sex and same-sex relationships.

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Different Types of Work Permit for Canada

Different Types of Work Permit for Canada

Work Permit Eligibility

Do you want to work in Canada? Do you feel like the job and/or career opportunities are better here than in your home country? If so, you should apply for a work permit. It is important to note that a work permit is necessary for all foreign nationals that wish to work and contribute to the Canadian economy. In some circumstances, a work permit is not needed. In this article I will explain in detail, who is eligible for a work permit and who is not, how to start the process of obtaining a work permit and further steps.

What is an Open Work permit?

An open work permit is a work permit that is not job-specific. Due to it not being job-specific, you will not need the following when you apply for a work permit:

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Express Entry Steps

Express Entry Steps

Permanent Residency Options through Express Entry

Has it been a dream of yours to live and work in Canada permanently? This can all be possible with the Express Entry application. Express Entry is used to manage applications for permanent residence under specific federal economic immigration programs. In other words, it is intended to help bring foreign nationals to Canada based on factors that will benefit the Canadian economy.

The 3 federal economic immigration programs that you may choose, if eligible are:

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Renewing Permanent Resident Card

Renewing Permanent Resident Card

Steps on How to Renew Your Permanent Resident Card

You have been living in Canada as a permanent resident for several years and now it is time to renew your Permanent Resident Card (PR Card). The first step to make sure whether or not you need to renew is to check the expiry date on the PR card. Usually, PR cards are issued for 5 years but some are issued for 1 year instead. PR cards are valid until the expiry date listed on the card itself and you must apply to renew the card up to 9 months before the expiry date. When applying to renew your PR card, you must ensure that you are still eligible for permanent residency.

PR Card Renewal Eligibility

To be eligible for a PR card, you must:

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