A Canadian Permanent Resident Card is available for people who live and work in Canada, but who are not citizens. This card is used while travelling to and from Canada in addition to your passport in order to prove that you hold permanent resident status in Canada. Here, our Ottawa and Orleans doctors explain everything you need to know.
Permanent residence in Canada is a status signifying that you live and reside in Canada without being a Canadian citizen. Permanent residents remain citizens of the country they have emigrated from. Here, our Ottawa and Orleans physicians explain the steps you need to take in order to apply for permanent residence in Canada.
So, you have gone through the process of applying for Canadian citizenship. You fulfill all of the criteria for eligibility, have completed your application and sent in all required supporting documents. The only thing left to do is complete your Canadian citizenship test scheduled for you by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. Here, we give you some advice on preparing for this test.
The process of becoming a Canadian citizen is available to people that have been permanent residents in the country for at least 3 years. Citizen status affords a number of rights and protections to Canadians, but comes with a set of requirements in order for an individual to be considered eligible for citizenship. Here, our Ottawa and Orleans immigration physicians provide a step-by-step guide for becoming a Canadian citizen.
If you are a refugee coming to Canada, you are likely experiencing a very turbulent time with much uncertainty. In particular, you may be wondering what kind of supports are in place in Canada when you actually arrive here! Here, our Ottawa and Orleans immigration doctors explain what benefits refugees are able to receive in Canada.
If you are interested in working temporarily in Canada, there are a few different things you will need. Here, our Ottawa and Orleans immigration physicians explain the steps you need to take to be considered for temporary work in Canada and how we can help.
So, you have gone through the immigration process and are ready to become a permanent resident of Canada. But what should you expect from the country that will be your new home? Here, our Ottawa and Orleans immigration doctors explain some of things to keep in mind when preparing for your new life in Canada.
As part of Canada's Express Entry system, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada offers the Federal Skilled Workers Program, an immigration program designed for skilled workers with foreign experience who want to move permanently to Canada. Here, our Ottawa and Orleans immigration physicians offer some insight into this program's requirements and process.
Working in Canada is an excellent opportunity to participate in one of the world's leading economies. Even if you don't have an interest in applying for permanent residency in Canada, you can acquire a Canadian Work Permit for temporary work in the country. But what requirements do you have to meet to be eligible for this visa? Here, our Ottawa and Orleans immigration physicians explain.
Express Entry is relatively new and one of the most popular, options for immigration into Canada introduced by the IRCC in 2015. This two-step immigration process involves a points-based evaluation of applicants' skills, qualifications and abilities to support themselves once they are in Canada according to the specifications of its 3 different programs. Here, our Orleans and Ottawa immigration physicians walk you through the basics of this immigration process.