FAQs on the Permanent Resident Card and Canada Immigration

What is a Permanent Resident Card and what purpose does it serve? A Permanent Resident (PR) card is an identity document that is issued by the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) to the newly landed permanent residents. Permanent residents arriving in Canada on or after 28 June 2002 apply for a Permanent Resident Card as a part of the landing

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Employment Reference Letters–Key to Score Points by the Australian Immigrants

Employment reference letters are a key requirement that determines whether or not your qualifications will receive a positive assessment or not. Apart from this, it is also a key determinant for claiming points towards relevant experience.

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Canada Permanent Residents – Residency Obligations

Citizenship and Immigration Canada has identified the following rights for the permanent resident visa holder, his spouse and children: To receive the most social benefits that Canadian citizens receive, including health care coverage. To live, work or study anywhere in Canada. To apply for a Canadian citizenship. To protection under Canadian law and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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Faulty Residency Applications in Australia Give Many a Miss!

It has been seen by that there has been a high failure rate when it came to the residency applications by the immigrants to Australia. In 2008, it was reported that upto 50 percent of the applications were rejected. Out of these, 30 percent of the applicants applied via the internet through an online application form. However, they forget to

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