The Canada Green Card is a valid legal document provided to a person who applies for a permanent residency. It is one of the way by which the person can prove his Canadian permanent residency status. Originally it was named and referred to as the “Maple Leaf card“.
It was introduced by the United States of America that allows the Green Card holder to visit, work and reside like a permanent resident of U.S.A. The Green Card and the Canadian Permanent Resident Card allows the person to work and reside in that country.
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In Canada, the similar equivalent to “Green Card” status is called permanent resident status. There are number of application but only some of them got selected for the permanent resident.The PR card is valid for five years. Sometimes those PR status is being assessed by the IRCC is valid for one year only. As permanent residents applicant must meet the residency obligation (minimum of 730 days in every five years) in order to renew PR cards. Candidates holding Cards have to remain in Canada in order not to deem the permanent Residency.
Rights and Benefits of having Canadian Permanent Residency
A Canadian permanent resident avail many of the rights and benefits enjoyed by Canadian citizens, including the right to:
• live, work or study anywhere in Canada,
• receive social benefits, such as health care,
• apply for Canadian citizenship if you fulfill the certain requirements.
Canadian permanent residents are allowed to live in Canada for at least 2 years out of every 5 year period ( in order to maintain their permanent residence status.
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