Permanent Residence

A permanent resident is someone who has been given permanent resident status by immigrating to Canada, but is not a Canadian citizen. Applications for permanent residence generally fall into the following categories: Family Class (spouses, dependent children and parents/grandparents), Economic Classes (Express Entry and Provincial Nominee Programs) and Refugees and Humanitarian and Compassionate applications.

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Canadian Citizenship

Becoming a Canadian citizen gives you additional rights, benefits and protections that are not available to Permanent Residents, including the right to vote and the right to hold public office. Recent changes to Canada’s Citizenship Act can make processing applications more complex.

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Temporary Residence

A temporary resident is someone who is in Canada for a temporary purpose. Temporary residents include temporary foreign workers, business visitors, refugee claimants, international students and tourists.

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Refugee Applications

An individual may be considered a Convention refugee if they have a well-founded fear of persecution upon returning to their country of citizenship or country of legal permanent residence. There are five forms of persecution recognized by the international community: race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group and political opinion.

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Business Immigration

For some applicants, business immigration is the preferred route to Canada. Investors, entrepreneurs, self employed business persons, and those who wish to qualify under other business programs, need careful assessment of their specific plans.

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Refusals & Appeals

When it comes to being refused entry into Canada, it is important you deal with the situation properly. Whether you have a criminal record like a DUI or something even more serious, you may still be admitted into Canada as long as you have the ‘right’ paperwork in order.

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