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Keep the four difficulties of PR card

2019-03-28 18:27

Keep the four difficulties of PR card

The first difficulty - approval: no new years and no good reason, the new PR card can not be approved
The second difficulty - spot check: the applicant will be spot-checked during the application period, but the application will not be successful.
The third difficulty - entering the customs: Customs and Immigration Bureau to review, but the review may be prohibited
The fourth level of difficulty - take the card off - when the card is taken, the immigration officer has the right to review the performance of the residence obligation again, but the card is not issued

The issue of "immigration supervision" seems to be a commonplace, but it has become the focus of hot discussion.
“Immigration Supervisor” is a metaphor for immigrants’ freedom of movement within a certain range and within a certain period of time. It means that immigrants need to stay in a certain period of time in order to maintain a permanent resident status or citizenship. Short time.
According to the relevant laws of Canada, the “immigration supervision” is a five-year cycle, and all Canadian permanent residents must have accumulated 730 days in Canada within any five years. As long as Canadian permanent residents do not become Canadian citizens, they have to fulfill this residency obligation. This mandatory living obligation makes the permanent resident of Canada and his/her career in China, family and other factors often make the dilemma faced by immigrants in their careers and their immigration status in Canada, due to “immigration”. The supervisors "obstructed the permanent residents of Canada from freely controlling the time. The heavy words of the "immigration supervisor" made them miserable.
Permanent residents of Canada should face up to the issue of immigration supervision. After all, the Canadian government provides a large number of high-quality public benefits such as health insurance, child milk, free education for children, and national security for disabled people to Canadian permanent residents through taxation. These public benefits are all citizens and Permanent residents can apply. It is also understandable that while enjoying world-class medical facilities, low tuition fees and spending many public benefits, and requiring permanent residents to perform their residency obligations for at least two years in five years. The Canadian Immigration Service strictly enforces the relevant regulations. Since many Chinese have returned to China in violation of regulations, this immigration law has touched many Chinese immigrants. These Chinese immigrants are in the elite class of society in China and are roughly classified as senior white-collar workers, civil servants, and entrepreneurs:
1. Senior white-collar workers (persons from foreign companies, large state-owned enterprises, and large private enterprises) account for 38%
2. Entrepreneurs (owners who own companies and have investments in China) account for 35%
3. Civil servants (people working in various government agencies) account for 21%
Recently, the Canadian Border Agency has continuously strengthened its enforcement efforts. Immigrants who have not been filled with the “Immigration Supervisor” were confiscated when they entered PR Card and refused to enter. This made their permanent residency status may be cancelled. Familiar with the Canadian immigration regulations, summarizing the four levels that the applicant may encounter during the entire application process of renewing PR card, and based on years of accumulated experience and proficiency in business processes, under the Canadian legal framework, An effective strategy to successfully pass the appropriate level.
The first difficulty - approval: no new years and no good reason, the new PR card can not be approved
According to the Canadian Immigration Law, the new PR Card is renewed. Each permanent resident must review his or her residency obligations when applying for a new PR Card. The detailed requirements are as follows;
1. Each Canadian permanent resident must have lived in Canada for two years within five years of applying for a new PR card to apply for the return calculation. The condition for renewing PR Card is that “they must have lived for two years in five years (accumulated to 730). day)"
2, each PR card is valid for 5 years, and must be renewed after five years;
3. If you live less than two years in five years, you will not be eligible for the change of PR Card;
4. Once you can't get a valid PR card, it means you won't be able to enter Canada normally.
5. In the event that you have not lived for two years in a five-year period, the Immigration Act provides the following three exceptions, as follows:
1) Family members living with Canadian citizenship reside outside Canada;
2) Full-time employees stationed overseas by Canadian companies, or official full-time Canadian officials stationed overseas;
3) Family members with permanent residency are stationed overseas by Canadian companies as full-time employees, or are stationed overseas as official Canadian public officials, in which case they stay with the family members;
Therefore, the team of lawyers will select one of the above conditions according to the specific case of each client, and tailor-made a safe and effective application plan for the client.
Specifically, the Canadian Lawyers’ Association is responsible for fulfilling its residency obligations, and uses a variety of methods, including exception law, case law, packaging law, route law, supplementary evidence law, and experience law, to ensure that within the framework of immigration law, Propose a perfect application for renewing the new PR Card. In the following chapters we will explain in more detail the application of each method. Although in practice, some inexperienced and thin companies often imitate, imitate, and simply copy our practices, but because they often do not master the core technology, they can’t use the law, and they end up being counterproductive. Successfully redeeming customers to the new PR card will also expose customers to the risk of breaking the law and damaging the Canadian credit history.
After submitting your application, you will often encounter the following possibilities:
1. The application is approved: once the application for renewing the new PR Card is approved by the Canadian Immigration Service, it will be posted on the website of the Immigration Bureau, and the Immigration Department will issue a notice of receipt of PR Card within four weeks, with this notice and related status. The original piece of the document, to the designated location of the Immigration Department to receive the new PR Card;
2. If the application is not approved, you will encounter the following possibilities:
1) Request for additional materials
Usually in this case, the Immigration Department will require the applicant to provide more application materials, and the materials that usually need to be supplemented include:
A. Proof of work (such as employer letter, contracted contract, etc.)
B. Tax payment certificate
C. Bank and financial proof
D. Residence certificate (purchase certificate or rental certificate)
E. Medical certificate (medical card, medical record, drug receipt)
2) The application was rejected:
In this case, the applicant has the right to appeal and appeal to the Immigration Appeals Tribunal. Our Canadian PR lawyer will appeal on behalf of the client. After the appeal, there are two results:
A. Successful appeal: The Immigration Bureau has approved the application for PR Card renewal of the customer. The Immigration Department will issue PR Card Collection Notice within four weeks. With this notice and the original documents of the relevant identity documents, the New PR Card will be collected at the designated place of the Immigration Bureau. ;
B. Complaint failed: Immigration refused the customer's PR card renewal application:
a. If both husband and wife apply at the same time, as long as one of the couple has passed the audit:
The case will be transferred to the second set of alternative plans to retain PR Card.
b. If both husband and wife are rejected, or the single applicant is rejected:
The case will be transferred to the third set of alternative plans to retain PR Card. [return]
The second difficulty - spot check: the applicant will be spot-checked during the application period, but the application will not be successful.
During the application period, the Canadian Immigration Service will conduct a spot check on the applicant. The main method of spot check is to provide the applicant with a telephone interview, visit the door or contact the applicant in various identities (such as merchants, telephone exchanges, and check the utility bills). Check and verify the address, telephone number, marital status and residence status provided by the applicant to find out whether the applicant has filled out the information truthfully, whether the information provided is true and reliable, and whether the person is in Canada. If the spot check fails, the customer's renewal of the new PR Card will not be approved.
There have been cases in which the applicant entrusted his friend in Canada to respond to the immigration check-up, and he lives in China. When the Canadian Immigration Bureau calls for a spot check, he asks to verify the applicant’s personal information. The applicant’s Canadian friend cannot. The answer was accurate and the Immigration Bureau suspected that the applicant did not reside at this address. The applicant’s application was not approved.
In dealing with this level, we will provide advice to the applicants and try to act in accordance with the requirements of the Immigration Bureau. In case of failure to comply with the regulations, it is also necessary to meet the requirements of the immigration office for spot checks within the framework permitted by the immigration law. At this point, we must have a comprehensive understanding of the immigration law, a comprehensive understanding of all possible legal methods, and rely on our accumulated experience of many years of experience and a comprehensive understanding of the spot check process to allow random checks to be passed. [return]
The third difficulty - entering the customs: Customs and Immigration Bureau to review, but the review may be prohibited
Permanent residents of Canada return to Canada from China. When entering Canada, they will encounter Customs and Immigration officials to check the entry and exit situation of the past five years, especially the last departure time. Once the departure time is found, it will take too long. If the length is too long, or the entry and exit situation is abnormal, various adverse conditions will occur to the entrant. The following unfavorable results usually occur:
1. It is forbidden to enter or return to the original machine;
2. At that time, the permanent resident was required to sign a form to waive the permanent resident status and immediately cancel the permanent resident status (but the permanent resident will be allowed to appeal to the Immigration Appeals Tribunal, but the probability of winning the case is small)
3. Admission is allowed, but the permanent resident is required to enter only and not to leave until he has fulfilled his residency obligations in Canada for two years before he can go out;
4. Record bad records. Record the suspected inability to perform the residency obligations in the immigration board. Once the permanent resident has such a record, the next time you apply for a new PR card, you will be subject to a rigorous investigation of your residency obligations.
In a few tens of seconds, the customs officials mainly observe the reaction of the other party through a brief question to determine whether the entrant needs to be strictly examined or transferred to the immigration window for review.
Tianjin Kayide Company and the company have accumulated a lot of rich experience in customs questioning. We have many examples of questioning, and we will derive the key points, difficulties and correct points of the customs question. such as:
The focus of customs officials’ inspections is to check the goods without checking people;
The focus of the immigration officials’ inspection is to check the people and not check the goods.
In order to properly handle the customs investigation, the company will make a large number of detailed, meticulous and comprehensive preparations for each case, and carefully and fully study the relevant policies of the Canadian Immigration Department on the replacement of PR Card. In addition, the senior consultant will also provide all necessary and necessary training for the client, covering everything from pre-departure preparation, document preparation, ticketing to entry and card collection, and simulation exercises. After a full set of process training, it can be a permanent resident. The smooth entry provides a more effective guarantee.
The fourth difficulty - entering the customs: the immigration officer has the right to review the performance of the residence obligation again, but the card is not issued
Since 2009, the Canadian Immigration Service has adjusted the card-taking regulations, requiring local immigration offices to conduct a re-examination of their residency obligations when they receive a new PR Card for permanent residents. When you take the card, you must ask the applicant to pick up the card personally and ask for the following documents and documents:
1. All Chinese passports in the past five years, whether they are valid passports or expired passports
2. Notice of card issue issued by the Immigration Bureau
3. Originals of all documents provided in the application documents (PR Card, Landing Paper, etc.)
4. Identification of the identity issued by all levels of government in Canada (such as driver's license, medical card, student ID card, etc.)
5. If you apply for a one-time travel document, you also need to provide this file.
6, the child also needs to carry a birth certificate
When accepting a card, the immigration officer may ask questions, check, and investigate the applicant's situation in various aspects of Canada. It is usually necessary to understand the following aspects:
1. Work situation: including being hired, self-employed or starting a company by yourself, and where to work, position, responsibilities, salary, etc.
2, living conditions: including where to live, how long to live, family phone, who is the landlord, etc.
3. Entry and exit: entering and leaving Canada, entering and leaving China, entering and leaving Hong Kong and Taiwan, and entering and exiting other countries.
4. Tax filing status: Tax payment is T4 or T4A, tax payment year, etc.
5. Family situation: Where do the spouses live, where are the children going to school, where are they currently waiting?
Even if a permanent resident has lived in Canada for two years, it may not be possible to obtain a card if the card is not properly handled. In response to this problem, we adopt three strategies in turn:
1. Top policy: Tianjin Kayide Company and the company PR Card Consultant will make detailed answers after signing the contract.
This strategy is especially suitable for customers with poor mental state, poor English and difficult communication.
2. Zhongce: Tianjin Kayide Company and the company PR Card Consultant will make detailed answers after signing the contract.
Through training, permanent residents can smoothly answer the interrogation and review of immigration officers
3. Under the policy: follow the immigration officer's request to supplement the follow-up evidence, and later meet the requirements of the immigration bureau.
Tianjin Kayide Company and Company took the following measures to help permanent residents to smoothly obtain cards:
First: There are dedicated staff in Canada, paying attention to Canada's immigration policy and timely feedback of newer information to the company;
Second: Since there are a lot of permanent residents who can assist with the card collection every day, we get feedback on the first-hand card-taking situation, and provide new customers with new card-taking solutions through feedback on newer developments. And training.
Third: Our company's lawyer team will not only design the plan for you at the beginning, but also adjust your customs clearance plan in time according to the local special requirements and your special circumstances. Or a full set of clever means to respond to immigration officers, or provide timely evidence based on their requirements.
This tailor-made solution can neither be made nor made for small companies that do not have a lawyer's team guarantee.
Kayide and the company recommend that you carefully pass each level with the guidance and arrangement of the professionals during the application process. Because every step and every step is crucial, it is about success or failure. Therefore, when your PR fate is chosen, you will be at risk, by luck, or by security. Has been decided.


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