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2019-03-28 17:30


   

Analysis of the classic case of PR Card
 
Case No. 3466: The classic case of the applicant's insurance card that does not comply with PR application requirements – the Beijing applicant Fan, the tax bill provided does not meet the requirements of the Immigration Bureau, resulting in difficulties in renewing PR Card. Lawyers and accountants proposed a safe and secure insurance policy based on the problems on her tax bill, so that Beijing applicant Fan Miss won the new PR card.

       Miss Beijing applicant Fan, during the preparation of the application materials, provided her own tax bill for the past five years. After the accountant saw the tax bill, she found that the tax applicant of Miss Beijing Fan did not meet the requirements of the insurance card. If the application is submitted directly, it may lead to Miss Beijing applicant Fan was rejected by the Immigration Bureau.
       Beginning in April 2012, the Immigration Department has stipulated that the tax bill for the past five years must be provided when submitting the application for PR Card. The Immigration Department will judge the applicant's living in Canada according to the tax bill provided by the applicant, due to Beijing. Applicant Miss Fan did not consider the need to change the card at the time of tax return, so the tax form she provided did not meet the immigration card replacement requirements.
       The purpose of the Canadian Immigration Service to submit a tax bill is to analyze and judge whether the applicant has fulfilled its residency obligations by reference to the tax bill. Usually encountered in this situation, the applicant can make the following considerations:
       1. If the applicant has not filed a tax return in the past several years, he can contact the accountant who is familiar with the replacement of PR Card to assist in the tax payment, so that the tax return can meet the requirements of the Immigration Bureau to renew PR Card.
       2. If the applicant has filed a tax return in the past and the tax return meets the requirements of the Immigration Department to renew PR Card, the tax return can be directly added to the application documents.
       3. If the applicant has filed a tax return in the past and the tax return has not met the requirements of the Immigration Department to renew PR Card, it is recommended that the applicant contact the accountant who is familiar with the replacement of PR Card for tax adjustment and explanation.
       4. If the applicant has filed a tax return in the past and the tax return has not met the requirements of the Immigration Department to renew PR Card, and the applicant is not willing to make adjustments and amendments, the Immigration Department may request additional evidence of residence during the review.
       According to the request of Miss Beijing Fan, the accountant who is familiar with the change of PR card has made corresponding tax adjustments and explanations for the tax bill provided by Ms. Fan, and solved the problem of this insurance card for Miss Beijing Fan. Finally, the Beijing applicant Fan Miss won the new PR Card.
 
Case No. 3445: The successful classic case of the replacement of the Canadian landline phone's renewed PR card - Xiamen Applicant Miss Lin, lacking the Canadian landline phone, does not meet the basic conditions for renewing PR Card. The lawyer designed a safety card plan suitable for him, so that Miss Lin can get the new PR card smoothly.

       Xiamen Applicant Miss Lin, during her preparation for the application, found that she could provide the Canadian address for applying PR Card (the address of her relatives), but her relatives said that she could not help her to answer any calls.
       According to the requirements of the Canadian Immigration Service, applicants must provide a landline or mobile phone that can contact the applicant when renewing PR Card. During the application period, the immigration officer may call to verify the problem with the applicant. The application materials for the telephone do not meet the data preparation requirements for the replacement of PR Card. The Immigration Department will not accept the application and will return the application materials to the applicant.
       There have been cases where the applicant has entrusted his relatives and friends to answer the call from the Immigration Bureau. However, the Immigration Department requires that the person must answer the call. If I cannot answer the call, I will not be able to issue a new PR Card.
       Most applicants can provide a Canadian landline or mobile phone number, but Miss Xiamen, the applicant of Xiamen, is unable to provide this phone number, which may result in her application being unable to be submitted. Therefore, the lawyer has thought of a clever one according to the regulations of the Canadian Immigration Service. The method for the Xiamen applicant Miss Lin solved this security card problem. In the end, Miss Xiamen, the applicant of Xiamen, won the new PR Card.
 
Case No. 3421: The successful classic case of the replacement of PR card for the Canadian application address - Mr. Xu, the applicant of Taiyuan, lacks the application address of PR Card and does not meet the basic conditions for renewing PR Card. The lawyer designed a safety card plan suitable for him, so that Mr. Xu can successfully obtain the new PR Card.

       Mr. Xu, the applicant of Taiyuan, found that he was unable to provide the Canadian address for applying for PR Card during the preparation of the application materials.
       According to the regulations of the Canadian Immigration Service, applicants must provide the permanent residence address in Canada for the past five years when they renew their PR Card. The permanent address can be a house they bought, or they can rent a house. The application address cannot be a mailbox. The residential address, if the actual application address cannot be provided, will not meet the data preparation requirements for the replacement of PR Card.
       Because the Immigration Bureau believes that if the applicant fulfills his residency obligations, he must have a fixed residence in Canada. If he cannot provide a stable residence, the applicant and Canada do not have a close living relationship, and it is likely that they cannot fulfill their residency obligations. People.
       Most applicants can provide a Canadian address. After the Canadian address is approved by PR Card, the Immigration Department will send a PR card to the address or directly mail PR Card, but for the Taiyuan applicant Xu, he does Such an application address could not be provided, and his application could not be submitted. For this reason, the lawyer solved the problem of the insurance card for Mr. Xu according to the regulations of the Canadian Immigration Service. In the end, Mr. Li won the new PR Card.
 
Case No. 3391: The successful classic case of the replacement of PR Card for the expiration of Chinese passports - Shijiazhuang applicant Li, the passports in the past five years are not continuous, and there is a break in the middle, which does not meet the basic conditions for renewing PR Card. The lawyer designed a safety card plan suitable for him, so that Mr. Li successfully obtained the new PR Card.

       Shijiazhuang applicant Mr. Li, also during the preparation of the application materials after signing with us, suddenly found that the Chinese passport expired and broke.
       According to the regulations of the Canadian Immigration Service, the applicant must provide the passport for the past five years when renewing PR Card. If the passport is broken, it will not meet the data preparation requirements for the replacement of PR Card, because the Immigration Bureau does not see the applicant during the break. Entry and exit.
       In order to prevent the applicant from using the time limit to conceal the residence time, the Immigration Bureau will usually require the applicant to provide the entry and exit records provided by the China Immigration Bureau during the period of the break, and the notarization of the notary office approved by the Immigration Department will replace the broken passport. If the applicant has not lived for two years in the past five years, then the new PR Card will not be available. Mr. Li, a applicant from Shijiazhuang, encountered similar problems. Based on his many years of experience, the lawyer designed a set of insurance card solutions for Mr. Li to solve the problem of Chinese passports and solved the problem of Mr. Li’s insurance card. In the end, Mr. Li won the new PR Card.
 
Case No. 3373: The successful classic case of the lost Maple card with the lost work card (SIN card) but PR card has expired - Wuhan applicant Mr. Wang, lost the work card (SIN card), resulting in the inability to file tax returns, unable to provide tax bills, Does not meet the basic conditions for renewing PR Card. The lawyer designed a safety card plan suitable for him, so that Mr. Wang successfully obtained the new PR Card.

       Wuhan applicant Mr. Wang, during the preparation of the application materials after signing with us, suddenly found his work card, that is, the SIN card could not be found. He also rushed to death.
       If you do not have a work card, you will not be able to file tax returns. If you are unable to file tax returns, you will not be able to provide the tax bills for the most recent years required by the Immigration Bureau. If the tax bill cannot be provided, the information for applying for PR Card will be incomplete and the application materials may be returned by the Immigration Bureau.
       However, since Mr. Wang’s PR Card has expired, the first thing is that it is not easy to enter Canada. Second, even if you enter Canada, because PR Card expires, you can’t easily get a new work card (SIN card). I can't get the tax bill, so Mr. Wang is more difficult than the lost work card but PR card is still valid. According to her special circumstances, the lawyer proposed a plan that does not require a work card. First, he avoided him. When PR Card expires, you will enter Canada. The lawyer's plan is to renew PR Card. After PR Card is successfully re-issued, enter the country with the new PR Card, and then use the new effective PR Card to reissue the lost work card. In this way, you can get two new birds and get a new PR card and a new work card. Solved Mr. Wang's security card problem.
 
Case No. 3358: The successful classic case of losing the work card (SIN card) and PR card is still in the valid period of renewal of PR card - Dalian applicant Mr. Zhang, lost work card (SIN card), resulting in the inability to file tax, unable to provide The tax bill does not meet the basic conditions for renewing PR Card. The lawyer designed two kinds of insurance card schemes for her, and according to his specific situation, choose a more safe and secure insurance card scheme among the two schemes, so that Mr. Zhang can successfully obtain the new PR card.

       Dalian applicant Mr. Zhang, during the preparation of the application materials after signing with us, suddenly found his work card, that is, the SIN card could not be found. This can kill him.
       The name of the work card is the Social Insurance Card (SOCIAL INSURANCE NUMBER CARD), which is a permanent number of a new immigrant in Canada and is a proof of legal work. The SIN card is the first card to be applied for after the addition. SIN cards are required for all other card applications. The SIN card number is also required for tax filing.
       If you do not have a work card, you will not be able to file tax returns. If you are unable to file tax returns, you will not be able to provide the tax bills for the most recent years required by the Immigration Bureau. If the tax bill cannot be provided, the information for applying for PR Card will be incomplete and the application materials may be returned by the Immigration Bureau.
       According to her special circumstances, the lawyer proposed that he should enter the Canadian business card first (the prerequisites for the work card must be in the validity period), and then the tax card will be re-taxed after the work card is obtained. Give him another application to exchange PR Card. Just happened, Mr. Zhang’s PR Card is still valid. After Mr. Zhang entered Canada, he obtained his own work card (SIN card) from the CanadaService Toronto office. After that, the accountant helped him to declare the tax that was missed in the past five years and obtained the tax bureau. After the tax bill is issued, the lawyer will help to exchange the application for PR Card.
 
Case No. 3334: The successful classic case of losing the landing paper and renewing PR Card - Guangzhou applicant Miss Yu, the lost permanent resident important document - landing paper, does not have the conditions for applying for the change of PR Card. The lawyer designed a set of the best-in-class insurance card for both PR Card and the Lost Landing Paper. She successfully added a landing paper and a new five-year PR Card.

        Miss Guangzhou, Miss Applicant, lost the permanent resident's important documents - landing paper, does not have the conditions for applying for the change of PR Card. According to the regulations of the Canadian Immigration Service: a copy of the landing paper must be provided for applying for the change of PR Card. If the landing paper cannot be provided, the conditions for the replacement of PR Card will not be met. It happened that the Guangzhou applicant, Miss Yu, lost this important landing paper.
       The landing paper, also called “immigration paper”, is the more important immigration document for applicants. There is no time limit for immigration paper. In other words, it is a more important document to prove the immigration status of the applicant, which is equivalent to the household registration book in our family. Be sure to save it. The first time you land in Canada, you must hold the immigration paper. The applicant can successfully leave the country of origin (China) and enter the Canadian customs or port to register, which is called “landing”.
       According to her special circumstances, the lawyer must first restore her lost landing paper, and then further apply for her to change PR card. Through the efforts of lawyers, from the Canadian Immigration Bureau will be successful in the landing paper of Miss, and then use the successful landing paper, the Miss Maple card will also be successfully re-issued. Let Miss Yu do both.
 
Case No. 3299: The successful classic case of PR card lost and renewed PR Card - Hangzhou applicant Mr. Chen, unfortunately lost PR card in Hangzhou, very anxious, do not know how to make up the card. The lawyer assigned him a very secure replacement card plan, and he successfully added a new five-year PR card.

     Mr. Chen, an applicant from Hangzhou, took PR Card and his passport and went to the Copying and Printing Agency to scan. Unfortunately, the bag with PR Card was lost. There was a PR Card and a wallet inside. It was indifferent to lose some money and lost PR Card. Unable to enter Canada, Mr. Chen is very anxious and does not know how to make up the card. Based on his situation, our lawyers asked him to prepare relevant information, including the loss of the local police station issued a certificate of loss, as well as a detailed description of the loss, the lawyer told the Canadian Immigration Bureau, requesting the Canadian Immigration Service to reissue Chen Mr. Mr. Mr. Chen lost a new five-year-old PR Card. According to the Canadian Immigration Law, the applicant must have lived in Canada for two years when submitting the application. However, Mr. Chen did not meet this condition when he lost, but he was lost in Mr. Chen. Mr. Chen still has enough time to fulfill his residency obligations during the validity period of PR Card. The lawyer explained the situation to the Immigration Bureau. Finally, the advice of the lawyer adopted by the Immigration Bureau gave Mr. Chen a new PR Card.
 
Case No. 3290: The successful classic case of applying for a change of PR card - Nanjing applicant Ms. Ha, eager to return to Canada to attend the child's graduation ceremony, but PR card application routine waiting time takes 5 months, time is too late, The lawyer combined her situation and developed a plan for expedited card replacement. In 13 days, Ms. Ha succeeded in getting PR card and participated in her child's graduation ceremony in time.

     Nanjing applicant Ms. Ha, the child is going to school in Canada, and is nearing graduation. Ms. Ha has already submitted an application for renewing PR Card. However, according to the regular time of the immigration bureau, she has to wait five months to participate in her application. So she could not rush to Toronto on the day of her graduation, she was very anxious. This graduation ceremony was promised to her children very early. The child also hoped that her mother could attend her graduation ceremony. Just when Ms. Ha had nowhere to go, a friend of her recommended us to her. Our lawyer immediately put down the work in her hands, studied her case carefully, and made an expedited change for Ms. Ha according to the Canadian Immigration Law. Through the efforts of lawyers and the cooperation of Ms. Ha, Ms. Ha succeeded in getting PR Card within 13 days. Ms. Ha appeared on the day of her child’s graduation ceremony.
 
 Case No. 3285: A successful classic case of redeeming a PR card with a humanitarian application - Ms. Zhao, a Tianjin applicant, whose father is seriously ill and needs someone to take care of him, resulting in being unable to live in Canada for two years and thinking that he has not lived Obligated to abandon his permanent resident status, the lawyer successfully used the relevant provisions of the Canadian Immigration Law on humanitarian and sympathetic factors to successfully help Ms. Zhao to change the card successfully. The new PR Card finally obtained the approval of the Immigration Department and finally obtained the new PR Card.

Tianjin applicant Ms. Zhao, her father is seriously ill and needs someone to take care of him, resulting in being unable to live in Canada for two years. He believes that he has not fulfilled his residency obligations and is ready to give up his permanent resident status. Lawyers use the Canadian Immigration Law on humanitarian and compassion. The relevant provisions of the factors provide sufficient evidence to the Canadian Immigration Service that Ms. Zhao’s failure to fulfill her residency obligations is for special reasons. She is responsible for fulfilling her humanitarian affairs and accompanying her own biological father to treat the disease. It is not subjectively not fulfilling her residency obligations. This led to the lack of accommodation and a large number of relevant supporting documents indicating that the statements were in full compliance with the facts. Under the efforts of lawyers, with the cooperation of Ms. Liu, she successfully helped Ms. Zhao to change her card successfully. The new PR Card finally obtained the approval of the Immigration Department and finally obtained the new PR Card.
 
· Case No. 3277: A successful classic case of reselling a PR card with a corporate assignment – ​​Mr. Su, a Guangzhou applicant, is a full-time employee of a Canadian company who is sent to China. He does not know how to exchange PR card by means of an assignment. After the efforts of the lawyers, the card was finally replaced, and the new PR Card was finally approved by the Immigration Department and eventually won the new PR Card.

Mr. Su, a Guangzhou applicant, is a full-time employee of a Canadian company assigned to China. Under Canadian Immigration Law, employees of Canadian companies who are fully employed outside of Canada can be considered to be living in Canada for a day outside Canada. This is one of the three exceptions allowed by the Canadian Immigration Service in the absence of two years in five years. However, the immigration bureau's qualification review for the company is very strict, and it is also the easiest to refuse approval. Many applicants believe that it is a shortcut to renew PR Card without using a corporate assignment. In fact, most of the rejected PR Cards are applications submitted by companies. If the expatriate meets the requirements of the Immigration Department, the following materials must be provided in the application documents at least:
1. A letter of attestation signed by the employer of the Canadian company, including the following: the company is operating in Canada, the company's business attributes, the length of time the company has been operating in Canada, the number of employees in Canada, and the company's business or foreign business Details of the relationship attribute (required)
2. A copy of all the wage income (including taxable benefits) and prepaid taxes, EI, CPP, etc. of the applicant during the assignment of the company.
3. A copy of the assessment results issued by the applicant after the receipt of the tax return application by the Canadian Revenue Service during the assignment of the company (applicable only) (required)
4. A copy of the payroll during the assignment of the applicant to the company (required)
5. A copy of the company's annual report or financial report (required) during the work of the applicant's company.
6. Appointment of company registration certificate [registration license] (required)
7. A copy of any agreement or arrangement document that delegates the company to assign an applicant to conduct business outside of Canada or to develop a customer (required)
8. A copy of the agreement or invoice between the company and other Canadian companies or businesses in Canada (required)
9. Other supplementary information The immigration bureau will gradually request supplementary (required) during the application process.
In addition to this, fill in the Option 2 part of item 22 in the application form.
If there are too many items to fill out, please fill in an additional excel form in the format of 22 Option 2 sections.
After the efforts of the lawyers, the card was finally replaced, and the new PR Card was finally approved by the Immigration Department and eventually won the new PR Card.
 
· Case No. 3250: A successful classic case of renewing a PR card with a Canadian spouse companion method - Jiangsu Applicant Ms. Liu, is a Canadian companion applicant, Mr. is a Canadian citizen, and finally the card is successfully replaced, the new PR Card is finally obtained. The Department of Immigration approved and eventually obtained the new PR Card.

Jiangsu Applicant Ms. Liu is a Canadian companion applicant. Mr. is a Canadian citizen and needs to change his PR Card. Need to prepare the following information:
1. Citizen's card for a surviving spouse (required)
The surviving spouse citizenship card must be printed on the front and back of the color.
2. Canadian passport for surviving spouse (required)
A color scanned copy of the applicant's Canadian spouse's Canadian passport. Color scanned copies of all pages (each page) of the Canadian passport (including the first page of the passport, the last page, the stamped page and the blank page) must be clear and complete.
3. Add the basic information form 22 item Option 1 part
Fill in the basic information form of the attached "IMM5444E (02-2015)" according to the actual situation, fill in 1-22 items, and fill in the form.
If there are too many items to fill out, please fill in an additional excel form in the format of the 22 Option 1 sections.
4. Provide an EXCEL form of where the surviving spouse lives with the applicant and who is accompanying the day.
Note 1. The number of days the applicant has resided in Canada and the number of days the Canadian spouse is accompanying Canada must exceed 730 days before the new PR Card is approved.
Note 2. If the applicant's own number of days in Canada and the number of days the Canadian spouse is accompanying Canada does not exceed 730 days (ie two years), the new PR Card cannot be applied in a companionship.
The applicant was the first to renew PR card, so there is no way to deal with these details. It is often encountered because the applicant’s unclear understanding of the immigration policy has led to the failure of the application. After hard work, Ms. Liu finally got the new PR. card.
 
· Case No. 3234: A successful classic case of a minor school-age child re-issuing a PR card - the son of a Shanghai applicant, Mr. Li, a school-age child under the age of 18, who finally succeeded in changing cards, and the new PR Card finally got The Department of Immigration approved and eventually obtained the new PR Card.

The son of Mr. Li, a Shanghai applicant, is a minor child of school age (under 18 years of age). According to the Canadian Immigration Service, children under the age of 18 who apply for a new PR card need to provide a child's birth certificate or birth certificate (to the notary office for translation and notarization) (required), if it is school-age The child also needs to provide the student’s school attendance record, such as academic record, and other proofs of school attendance. This certificate is a color scan (required) for the school certificate issued by the Canadian school where the child is attending (minimum two years). Due to difficulties encountered in this area, After getting help, after the negotiations with the relevant schools in Canada, I finally completed the required proof of school for the child, so that the child can successfully change PR card.
 
· Case No. 3210: A successful classic case of changing PR Card after entering the Canadian Customs Office. Mr. Beijing Zhao successfully changed the card, and the new PR Card finally obtained the approval of the Immigration Department and finally obtained the new PR Card.

Mr. Zhao’s last time to enter Canada was: February 2004, self-service customs clearance from Vancouver. During the period of 2010-2012, once in Canada, he once went to the United States with two cigarettes to pay taxes. He was taken to the side by the US Customs and was asked about the cash and food issues. Their relatives have filled out their relatives in their immigrants to include their information. He has held important management positions in a large domestic company. In February 2013, I took a route and in February 2014 I took the route back to Canada for the second time. After a deep understanding of the situation by the insurance lawyers, combined with the immigration regulations on insurance policies, the successful implementation of PR card was successfully completed in accordance with the terms of the insurance policy.
 
· Case No. 3203: A successful classic case of being exchanged for a PR card by an immigration official when entering Canada. The successful replacement of the card by Dalian Yan, the new PR Card was finally approved by the Immigration Department and eventually won the new PR Card.

When she entered the country every time, Ms. Dalian was asked by the Customs: “What to do in Canada” usually replied that it was to buy a house or to go to school. According to the information obtained from the Canadian Border Service, each question was recorded, and some of the answers would adversely affect the replacement of PR Card. The lawyer gave her detailed explanations and notes, which made her provide information and The records left in Canadian Customs are consistent. As a result, her PR card application was successfully approved.
 
· Case No. 3198: Mr. Jinan Wang successfully changed the card, and the new PR Card finally obtained the approval of the Immigration Department and finally obtained the new PR Card.

Mr. Jinan Wang entered Canada twice in the last five years, the first time in March 2009, the second time, January 2011. When I entered the second time, I was asked "Where is the immigration to this entry?" The answer was "The last time I entered the customs, I only returned to China after ten days in Canada." How long?", the answer is "The last time I returned to China was to handle domestic affairs. Now that the domestic business has been processed, this time I will not leave." Every year, his accountant legally declares taxes. In the past five years, he has often traveled abroad due to working relationships. He has a large number of entry and exit records in his passport. How to explain these trips to the Immigration Bureau, how to calculate his time in Canada according to the immigration law, how can he achieve the immigration law? The insurance card is the key to this case. After carefully studying his case, Canadian insurance card lawyer finally found evidence that was beneficial to him, and finally achieved smooth insurance card approval from the immigration office.
 
· Case No. 2553: Mr. Wang’s card was successfully replaced, and the new PR Card was finally approved by the Immigration Department and eventually won the new PR Card.

In 2006, Mr. Wang entered Canada from the United States for the first time in 2006, and entered the country from Toronto. In June 2009, he applied for immigration landing. In September 2009, he returned to China to visit relatives. In October, he returned to Canada (where the wife and children have been accompanying); entering from Vancouver; From December to December 2009, I handled some affairs in China (between my wife and children in Canada); returned to work in April 2010; returned to Canada in April 2012, I have not applied for any visas to my relatives and friends in the last five years, and I have not contacted them. After the government department, it only changed the address when returning to work in 2010. When returning to Canada in 2012, it was changed to the address of Canada. In the face of such a situation, our Canadian lawyers have developed a corresponding insurance policy for him according to the immigration law. This gentleman also actively cooperates, both in terms of information provision, time schedule, and reissuance of various documents. Working together, I finally succeeded in changing PR Card successfully.
 
· Case No. 2548: Ms. Guangzhou Lin successfully changed the card, and the new PR Card finally obtained the approval of the Immigration Department and finally obtained the new PR Card.

Ms. Guangzhou’s first entry stayed for 6 days on February 9, 2005. The last entry was on May 10, 2008, and she has not left Canada for the last five years. In 2011, my family went to the Beijing Embassy in Canada to help the younger daughter to apply for a passport, and did not fill out the government form for the last five years. Mainly and friends operating companies: trade, technical service companies. Taxes for 2010, 2011, and 2012 are issued on November 10, 2011. After a Canadian lawyer carefully studied the immigration law and the relevant regulations for renewing PR Card, I finally came up with a way to allow the woman to enter Canada reasonably and legally when PR Card expired. According to the training outline of Canadian lawyers, the lady went smoothly. I got PR card.
 
Case No. 2540: Mr. Tianjin Zhang successfully changed the card, and the new PR Card finally obtained the approval of the Immigration Department and finally obtained the new PR Card.

Mr. Tianjin Zhang has a second entry into Canada in the last five years. The first time: the stamp was entered in February 2012. The period is from February 2013 until February 2014. The second time: 2014-02 China Shanghai, Canada Vancouver card. 2014-02 Entering Shanghai Entering Canada because of the tax with two cigarettes, it should be the second entry, and once again to the United States. Was brought to the side by the US Customs and asked about the cash and food problems. The relatives of the relatives who filled in the relatives included the family address information, and whether they signed the words. The address information at the time is consistent with the current address information. The Canadian lawyers will tell the truth to the clients. The clients are willing to cooperate with the Canadian lawyers' scheme. The Canadian lawyers combined with the immigration law to come up with a method of giving the best of both worlds, so that the clients can achieve some remedies without violating the immigration laws. The residence time specified in the Immigration Law has successfully received the new PR Card.
 
· Case No. 2533: Ms. Qingdao Zhao changed her card successfully, and the new PR Card was mailed home by the Immigration Department.

Ms. Zhao, Qingdao, landed in Vancouver, Canada in August 2008. In the last five years, she has entered Canada twice for the first time in Canada. In August 2008, the Customs normally asked questions. The second entry was September 2012. The Customs asked whether to buy duty-free things. Yes, the answer said no, and asked why not buy, the answer is that did not buy. After passing. In the past five years, I have not handled or entrusted others to apply for visas for any relatives and friends in Canada, such as reunion for my husband, or my wife has applied for naturalization, or have applied for a visa to visit relatives in Canada. In the past five years, I have not contacted the Canadian Embassy or Immigration Bureau or the Canadian Customs or Canada Revenue Agency and other government departments. According to the actual situation of the customer, and according to the Canadian change of PR card regulations, Canadian lawyers have developed a corresponding reissue program for them, the customer himself is also very cooperative, after about five months, the customer's PR card has been approved and Mail home.
 
· Case No. 2525: Mr. Kong Kong successfully changed the card, and the new PR Card was mailed home by the Immigration Department.

Mr. Kong Mr. Kong landed in Toronto, Canada in April 2007 and returned to China in the same year. During his stay in Canada, Mr. Kong worked in the Toronto factory. The factory paid monthly wages and was responsible for taxation. During this period, the work card and driver's license were obtained, due to the mother. He died seriously. After returning to China, he lived in Tianjin until July 2011 and went to Vancouver, Canada. He went to Ottawa to get a health card and later returned to China. At Vancouver Airport, the visa officer asked about the situation of living in Canada, and the answer was due to the need for parental care. The specific situation was seen from the file that was transferred. In April 2013, I signed a contract with your company and paid the tax. In the face of such a situation, our Canadian lawyers have developed a corresponding insurance card plan according to the immigration law. Mr. Liu is very cooperative. With the joint efforts of all, the insurance card is successful.
 
· Case No. 2520: Ms. Taiyuan Wang, the new PR Card was mailed home by the Immigration Department.

Ms. Taiyuan Wang has never been through any intermediary before. Every time I entered Canada Customs, I never asked any sensitive topics. From 2007 to 2012, I file my own tax returns every year. I run a restaurant myself in Canada. A total of 3 passports, the first is the passport at the time of landing, the second passport is lost, currently only the first and last pages and stamped pages (the remaining blank pages are lost), the third passport is the latest, there is no Any entry and exit records. Currently single, no children. To this end, the company's Canadian lawyers, according to the relevant provisions of the immigration law, combined with the actual situation of her family, submitted an application document sufficient to prove that she met the conditions for card replacement. After strict review by the Immigration Bureau, her application was approved, and she obtained A new PR card.
 
· Case No. 2314: Mr. Liu from Zhejiang, New PR Card was mailed to the home by the Immigration Department

Mr. Liu from Zhejiang landed in Canada in 2003, and PR Card expired in 2008. Our company helped its first change of PR card successfully. At the end of 2013, it entrusted the insurance card again. The main difficulty was that there were a large number of entry and exit records, and I changed my passport. Because Mr. Liu is a public official, the passport is kept by the unit, the passport is not available, the child is studying in the country, and the wife is working in the country. In the face of this situation, the Canadian lawyer of our company has enacted according to the immigration law. With the corresponding insurance policy, Mr. Liu is very cooperative. With the joint efforts of all of you, the insurance card is successful.
 
· Case No. 2310: Ms. Wang Wang, take her new PR card

Ms. Wang has a Canadian spouse. The Canadian spouse lives in Canada all the year round and regularly visits her. According to the Canadian Immigration Law, she can apply for a new PR card in accordance with the method of Canadian citizenship. When she helps her organize the materials to be submitted, she finds that her Canadian husband is not enough time to accompany her to meet the needs of changing PR Card. The residence requirement, this is her difficulty. To this end, the company's Canadian lawyers submitted the application documents sufficient to prove that she met the card-changing conditions according to the relevant provisions of the immigration law, combined with the actual situation of her family. After strict review by the Immigration Bureau, she The application was approved and she got a new PR card.
 
· Case No. 2305: Mr. Li from Beijing, got his new PR Card

Mr. Li has a good career in China. Due to business reasons, Mr. Li does not have enough time to live in Canada. He has never been to Canada in recent years. According to the current regulations of the immigration law, he is in this situation. It is a failure to fulfill the duty of residence. How can Mr. Li securely and legally keep PR Card? Our Canadian lawyers have done a lot of work for this purpose. I have reviewed a large number of special cases handled by the Immigration Bureau in recent years, and found a case in which the situation is very close to that of Mr. Li. According to this typical case, the Canadian lawyer is tailored for Mr. Li. Customized a very special insurance card program, this special program not only meets the requirements of the Immigration Bureau, but also solves the problems encountered by Mr. Li. After nearly half a year of waiting, Mr. Li finally got his new PR Card.
 
· Case No. 2301: Mr. Zhang from Shanghai, got the new PR card that he dreamed of

Mr. Zhang from Shanghai has a special degree. He has been to Canada three times in the past five years. Every time he was in the country, he was questioned by Customs and Immigration officials. Mr. Zhang also truthfully informed his customs officials of his last departure time and reasons for leaving the country. Lawyers understand that these questions and answers are detailed in Mr. Zhang's immigration record, which makes Mr. Zhang's case a lot more difficult. Through careful calculation, Canadian lawyers found that Mr. Zhang’s record of residence in the Immigration Bureau was not enough for two years. Some of them were missing. The Canadian lawyers told the truth about Mr. Zhang. Mr. Zhang is willing to cooperate with Canadian lawyers to do any remedy. Canadian lawyers combine immigration law. Mr. Zhang came up with a method of giving the best of both worlds. Mr. Zhang passed some remedies on the premise of not complying with the immigration law to achieve the residence time stipulated by the immigration law and successfully obtained the new PR Card.
 
· Case No. 2298: Mr. Yan, Beijing, got the new maple card that he dreamed of.

The particularity of Mr. Yan’s case in Beijing is that he has had a reunion for the Chinese wife who had landed in Canada in the past five years. After submitting the application for reunion, the Immigration Bureau once entrusted the embassy to call Mr. Yan’s unit. Colleagues received, because the application was in the country during the application, so his wife's reunification approval was not approved, this matter also affected Mr. Yan's own insurance card, how to make his wife's reunion application does not affect his PR card renewal The application is a difficult problem in this case. First, the two applications must be consistent in fact. In addition, Mr. Yan must also meet the five-year residence obligation of five years. This is the most difficult problem to solve in this case. The Canadian lawyers worked hard to obtain all the application materials submitted in the same year, and the application for renewing PR Card was in fact consistent with the application for the reunion. As a result, Mr. Yan’s PR Card was finally successful.
 
· Case No. 2295: Ms. Tianjin Yu, obtained the new PR card mailed by the Immigration Bureau

The application of Ms. Yu Yu in Tianjin was very smooth. It took less than two months from submission to approval. The difficulty of this case was that Ms. Yu was notified to ask for PR Card, but the Ms. PR Card has expired and cannot be used as usual. The means to enter Canada, how to smoothly enter Canada in the case of PR card expired, this is the difficulty of this case. After Canadian lawyers carefully studied the immigration law and the relevant regulations for renewing PR Card, I finally came up with a way to allow Ms. Yu to enter Canada reasonably and legally in the event of PR Card expiration. According to the training outline of Canadian lawyers, Ms. Yu went smoothly. I got PR card.
 
· Case No. 2001: Mr. Wang Wang, New PR Card has been approved by the Immigration Department

Mr. Wang Wang landed in Canada in 2007, PR Card expired in 2012, his wife lived in Canada, the child went to college in Canada, and he worked in a large state-owned enterprise in China. His wife has submitted a naturalization application and is awaiting approval. Mr. Wang himself goes to the company every year. Second, Canada visits his wife and children. Mr. Wang is about to retire from the company. After retirement, Mr. Wang plans to live in Canada with his family. According to the actual situation of Mr. Wang and according to the regulations for the replacement of PR Card in Canada, the Canadian lawyers have formulated a corresponding reissue program for him. Mr. Wang himself also cooperated very well. After about four months, Mr. Wang’s PR Card has been Approval.
 
· Case No. 1998: Ms. Xu, Shanghai, New PR Card has been approved by the Department of Immigration

Ms. Xu, Shanghai, landed in Canada in October 2008, and PR Card expired in August 2013. Ms. Xu has a child in elementary school. She plans to wait for her child to graduate from elementary school. She takes her child to Canada to go to high school until the university. In the past few years, Canada has lived for a certain period of time and has had a short working experience in Canada. Ms. Xu plans to take her children to Canada for a summer camp this summer and buy a house of around 300,000, so I hope to get a new PR card before the summer vacation. To this end, Canadian lawyers have developed an expedited plan for her PR card to be approved in just one month.
 


 
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