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[Canada PR Card] Summary of common problems with PR Card, immigration is worth a look!

2019-03-27 15:22

    First of all, immigrating to Canada and getting a PR card does not mean that it is once and for all, and that you are not worried. In recent years, the problem of Canadian immigrants losing their permanent resident status in Canada due to their inability to successfully renew their PR cards has become more prominent. Although many people have successfully immigrated to Canada to obtain permanent residency in Canada, the regulations on PR Card remain to be understood.
 
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Canadian PR Card Introduction
 
The Canada Permanent Resident Card, commonly known as The Card of PR, was officially implemented on June 28, 2002. It is a Canadian permanent resident identification document that is similar in nature to the US green card. Early Canada used immigration paper. Since the 9/11 incident, the US-Canada border was the longest undefended border in the world. Under the US government's proposal, the Canadian government began issuing PR cards to permanent residents.
 
The Canadian PR Card is valid for five years from the date of the card issue. However, there are some exceptions. If the permanent resident status is lost due to the failure to perform the residence obligation, the applicant may apply for a one-year PR card. This new type The plastic material card has a number of security features, and the PR card contains a high-tech design that is more sophisticated than the bank's financial card tape, and contains all the data needed for permanent resident identification, only authorized officials can Reading this data, it will not be used to track the cardholder's activities, so it has the role of protecting the privacy of the cardholder.
 
Canadian Immigration Notice
 
Canada is a country that does not have any control over the exit. With or without a PR card, you have to leave it at any time without restriction. Moreover, as a permanent resident of Canada, you have the right to enter Canada. Even if the PR Card has expired, its rights are not Impact. The official website of the Canadian Immigration Department shows that the PR Card has expired and the person has gone abroad. You need to apply for a permanent resident travel document to the Canadian Foreign Visa Office. The Canadian Immigration Law provides that you can prove it in any way when you arrive at the country. I am a permanent resident and do not necessarily have to be a PR Card.
 
The PR Card has expired. If you do not apply for an update, you will automatically waive the Canadian permanent resident status?
 
Many people think that the PR card matches the permanent resident status. The PR Card expires and the permanent resident status is gone. The PR Card is indeed the best proof of permanent resident status. However, even if the PR Card expires, it does not mean that it will be permanently lost. Resident status.
 
However, it should be noted that, according to the regulations, all permanent residents must present their PR card to prove their identity when they arrive in Canada on a commercial airliner or cruise. Whether entering from aviation, land or sea, the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) official Both will require sufficient identification, and a valid Maple card is the best proof. Not only CBSA, but other government agencies often need to confirm permanent resident status in order to determine whether the resident is eligible for certain services.
 
Before the PR Card expired, it has not been submitted for a new card application. Is it illegal?
 
If the PR Card expires and is not applied for replacement, it will not be illegal. You may even choose not to renew the new card. However, if the permanent resident has a plan to go abroad and return to Canada, the Immigration Department recommends that the best way is to apply for a PR Card. Prove your permanent resident status at any time.
 
After the PR Card expires and you have not applied for a new card, you will not be able to leave or enter Canada, but you can still go abroad. Before returning to the country, you must apply to the Canadian visa office to apply for a "permanent resident travel document" for return to Canada. .
 
As long as you have a PR Card, you can go to any country that is not visa-free in Canada. You do not need to apply for a visa.
 
PR Card is not equivalent to a passport or visa, nor can it be used in other countries that require a visa. The PR Card is designed to speed up entry into Canada, not a visa. As for the visa regulations of individual passport holders in other countries, each country is different. Must be checked clearly.
 
According to the Canadian Immigration Act, the Canadian PR Card is valid for five years from the date of the card. All Canadian permanent residents must have accumulated a total of 730 days in Canada. The person holding the PR Card must have a total of two years of validity within five years of the card's validity. In the year, as long as you have not become a citizen, you have to fulfill this residence obligation. Whether you apply for the PR Card for the first time or reapply for the second PR Card after the expiration of the next five years, you must pass the "residence test". Individuals must fulfill their residency obligations for more than 730 days in any five-year period.
 
After getting the PR Card, do you still want to be naturalized?
 
If you need to return to China frequently because of work or family reasons, then it is recommended that you keep the PR card. Because if you are naturalized in Canada, it means that you have no relationship with Chinese citizens forever. You need to apply for a Chinese visa to return to China. Even some people have been refused visas. The reason is ridiculous: you have a tendency to immigrate. Therefore, although applying for a Chinese visa is not complicated, the restrictions on the rules will make you feel troublesome.
 
If you don't need to send back frequently and decide to live in Canada in the future, then you are advised to become naturalized as soon as possible. Because of the liberalization of naturalization conditions in the C-6 Act, it is easier to apply for and obtain Canadian citizenship.