Frequently Asked Questions
Obtaining permanent residence status is known also as Immigrating to Canada or becoming a Landed Immigrant. The successful end result of the immigration process is the issue of an immigrant visa or confirmation of permanent residence document. Persons to whom an immigrant visa/confirmation of permanent residence document has been issued must present themselves to an Immigration officer at one of Canada’s official ports of entry in order to become landed immigrants.
Landed immigrants, Canadian permanent residents and Canadian Citizens have all of the same rights and privileges such as free health care and both primary and secondary education. There are a few exceptions however: Permanent residents cannot vote, cannot hold a Canadian passport, and they can be deported for certain criminal convictions.
All applications are different, and the time that it takes to process the applications depends on the type. For information on processing times visit here.
PAIC is founded on principals for ethical practices and world class professionalism. Paul has been an immigration consultant for over 20 years. He is a Registered Canadian Immigration Consultant and a long time member of the Canadian Association of Practicing Immigration Consultants.
PAIC is very experienced in the delivery of services for those wishing to become permanent residents of Canada under the following programs:
4. Family Class Sponsorship
How can PAIC help me reach my goals for the USA?
We have a range of options for immigration to the USA including:
1. EB5 immigration through investment in a government approved project.
2. Grenada immigration by investment and receipt of the E1 visa for the USA.
3. Study in the USA and immigrate after graduation.
PAIC has a long standing partnership with Confederation to provide the highest quality immigration services for citizenship by investment in a range of Caribbean nations.