Looking at applying for a permanent residency card? Having a PR card that is expired does not necessarily mean that your status as a permanent resident is expired as well. PR Renewals are for individuals who have met their residency obligation of 730 days in the last five years (two years out of the five), current processing times are about six months.
If you are outside of Canada and your PR Card has expired you can apply for a Travel Document to be able to return to Canada. If you do not meet your residency obligations then unfortunately you have to get permission from government of Canada to re-enter by applying for PR Card Renewal with Humanitarian and Compassionate Considerations. These applications are not easily approved, so it is recommended to come back on time and meet your residency obligations.
If you are out of status contact Akrami & Associates so we can lay out your options to you!!
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About Akrami & Associates Immigration Law Firm
Akrami and Associates is a Canadian Immigration firm specializing in helping people to immigrate to Canada. Collectively our team have worked on thousands of cases involving all Canadian immigration matters involving permanent residencies, temporary residencies, and business immigration.