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2016-12-07 10:51

        
        
         One of the new policies of PR Card: Canadian Customs plans to record all entry and exit

        PR Card New Deal II: Renewing PR Cards requires a tax bill for the past five years
        PR Card New Deal III: Immigration Bureau has the right to transfer your entry and exit records to Canadian Customs
        PR Card New Deal IV: Require school-age children to provide proof of school
        PR Card New Deal 5: Require applicants to have a permanent residence in Canada
        PR Card New Deal 6: Require applicants to provide all pages of all passports for the last five years
        PR Card New Deal 7: Require applicants to provide all passports for entry and exit stamp translation
        PR Card New Deal 8: Applicants must submit an application in Canada (Immigration Department phone verification)
        PR Card New Deal 9: Highly reliable application documents Immigration Bureau directly mails PR Card
        PR Card New Deal 10: Immigration Bureau has the right to transfer the applicant's tax return record
       
        PR Card policy of the Canadian Immigration Department is constantly changing. Each applicant must have an understanding of the immigration Department's new policy for renewing PR Card to ensure that the submitted application materials meet the requirements of the Department of Immigration.    
        

        One of the new policies of PR Card: Canadian Customs plans to record all entry and exit
        
        According to the Canadian "Financial Post" news, the Canadian and US governments have recently prepared a major revision of the residence regulations for residents living on both sides of the two countries. This move means that the two countries and the Americans who use Canada to enter Canada will face reservations in the future. The troubles of identity and the troubles of taxation and taxation, especially for the trapeze who are not ready to think. 
        It is reported that this move is part of the cooperation between the US and Canada's "New Measures for Entry and Exit" and the Canada-US Border Security and Economic Competitiveness Action Plan (PSCAP) announced in February 2011.
        The new regulations stipulate that from June 30, 2014, passengers must use their passports to leave the exit and entry records at the border between the two countries, regardless of exit and entry. The entry and exit information is shared between the two countries. The purpose of this move is to restrict some Canadians from staying in the United States for more than six months a year.
        For those who have become accustomed to how to live on both sides, the new rules are undoubtedly a shackle. The existing regulations require citizens to report their own time in foreign countries. The border management departments of the two countries only check the individuals who enter the country and do not check the individuals who leave the country.
        In addition, the sharing of information in this area is extremely limited. Therefore, the border departments of the two countries are not very clear about how long someone stays in the country.
        Now with the new regulations, the two countries can truly determine for the first time how long their respective citizens have stayed in the country. This means that airborne flights are more cautious than ever in calculating and reporting residence time in Canada, and can no longer be reported as in the past. 
        As we all know, the time spent in the United States or overseas is too long, the consequences are serious, and the most serious is the inability to retain permanent resident status. 
        In addition, individuals who have lost their permanent resident status are also subject to a departure tax. Once you lose your residency status, you are deemed to have processed your personal assets and obtained the corresponding income. This part of the income must be truthfully reported.
        Also, permanent residents of Canada who have stayed in the United States for too long may be considered as residents of the United States, so they must be required to pay global tax collection. At the same time, it is still available in the US real estate tax. 
        In addition to helping the two governments to track their residents' stay in the two countries, the new rules can help individuals accurately determine the time they live in each of the two countries.
        To get an accurate picture of your Canadian Customs records, or to find out if your living in Canada is consistent with government calculations, you must obtain an entry and exit record from the US Border Agency and the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA). The waiting time for obtaining an entry and exit record is: Canada? Wait 30 days, the United States has to wait 60 days. 
        

        PR Card New Deal II: Renewing PR Cards requires a tax bill for the past five years
        
        The new renewed PR card is required to provide a Canadian tax return for the past five years. The USCIS will use this five-year tax return to determine whether the applicant has enough in Canada. 
        1. Failure to provide a tax bill for the past five years; 
        2. Or have not reported taxes in the past five years;
        3. Or applicants who have applied for non-tax residents in the past,
        Applications cannot be submitted normally, and the application must be submitted after the tax bill has been resolved. 
        For applicants who do not have a tax bill, they must first complete all five-year tax bills before they can apply. If there is a government tax levied at the time of tax reimbursement, the government tax owed must be replenished, and the portion exceeding the tax exemption rate must be paid on a daily basis. The tax owed is late. To pay taxes, you need to find an accountant who is familiar with the tax-paying business. If you have problems with tax reimbursement, or if you do not meet the immigration policy for the insurance card, you cannot apply for a new PR card. Therefore, do not pay taxes casually, hire professional accountants, and let professional accountants have a comprehensive understanding of the income and living conditions of the applicant in the past five years before making tax and tax returns. 
        For applicants who have applied for non-tax residents in the past, they must first dismiss the non-tax residents and then report or re-submit the tax bill for the past five years at the request of the tax resident. 
         

        PR Card New Deal III: Immigration Bureau has the right to transfer your entry and exit records to Canadian Customs

         A new project, Item 23, has been added to the new PR Card Application Form IMM5444, and the USCIS requires you to provide Canadian Customs records of your entry and exit records for Canada in the last five years. 
        There are two ways to transfer Canadian Customs entry and exit records: 
        Method 1: The applicant himself wants to find a way to retrieve his record of entering and leaving the Canadian border in the past five years. 
        Method 2: The applicant authorizes the USCIS to collect records of its entry and exit to the Canadian border in the past five years. 
        The Canadian Border Services Agency is gradually improving its entry and exit records as planned: 
        If the applicant's entry and exit records entered and exited in Canada in the last five years and the applicant's inconsistency in the IMM5444 form may result in the application failing, or the immigration office will conduct a more detailed investigation of the applicant's performance of the residency obligations. . 
        In the first phase, starting from June 30, 2013, anyone entering and leaving Canada from the land border will swipe their cards and keep records of their entry and exit. 
        In the second phase, starting from June 30, 2014, anyone entering and leaving Canada from the airport and other borders will swipe their cards and keep records of their entry and exit. 
        In addition, the US-Canada border will share information and quickly share the entry and exit records of anyone entering and leaving Canada and the United States. It will be more difficult to use the United States to leave Canada and return to China’s trapeze, because the United States and Canada will jointly take action to obtain A record of leaving the United States. 

        

        PR Card New Deal IV: Require school-age children to provide proof of school

        During the new PR application process, all school-age children are required to provide a record of student ID and academic performance in Canada. This is a very simple matter for children who have lived normally in Canada for a long time, but children who are not in Canada are more difficult to provide this school record than to go to heaven.
        The Immigration Department will call the school where the child is attending to find out about the child's schooling, and mainly check the length of time the child goes to school, such as when to enroll, what course is in a few semesters, and what course is on. 
         If the applicant is an adult and has no job, he or she can still understand at home. For example, the English level is low, the work skills are not enough, the previous qualifications are not recognized, or because of the age-adapted ability to adapt to Canadian society, it is still plausible. reason. 
        However, as a child of school age, it is impossible to stay at home without studying in Canada. Since Canada is compulsory, no matter whether the family's economic situation is good or bad, it will not cause the child to go to school. Therefore, the Canadian Immigration Service has a reason to provide children with academic performance and student record as the main evidence for measuring whether a child lives in Canada. 
 

PR Card New Deal 5: Require applicants to have a permanent residence in Canada

        Since October 2013, the Immigration Department has required applicants to have a permanent residence in Canada. The Department of Immigration has specifically revised the operating specifications. Except for the new immigrants applying for PR Card for the first time, all applicants for redemption of PR Cards must provide their own The residential address in the territory, otherwise it will affect the renewal, and even affect the identity of the permanent resident.
        According to the investigation, the Immigration Bureau has learned that many applicants do not have a permanent residence in Canada. They borrowed the address of a friend or relative to apply for a new PR card. The Immigration Bureau has repeatedly stressed that if such a thing happens, it may be implicated in providing address. The landlord may have an interrogation of the landlord who provided the address.
        The new measure implemented by the Department of Immigration is to send only the new card to the applicant's residential address in the country, and the P.O. Boxes number cannot be used.
        Only new immigrants who applied for PR Card for the first time, the “Phase I Card”, may have no permanent residence because they arrived in Canada for the first time. They are allowed to use the immigration consultant or relatives and friends as the new card. Mailing address.
        The new measures of the Immigration Department are as follows:
        1. For the first time applying for PR Card: The Central Processing Center will continue to send the new card to the domestic address provided by the applicant, but as long as the applicant finds the applicant to log in, it will stop and return for a short time. The mailing address provided is a third party. The Immigration Department will make notes in the computer system to show that the applicant is overseas.
        2. Applying for a change of PR Card, ie "Phase II Card": Immigration when the application is a third party mailing address with the IMM5476 "Use of Representative" form The Department's Global Case Management System (GCMS) will only update the applicant's residential address. The third-party mailing address will be registered in the Authorized to disclose item and the new card will only be sent to the applicant. 
        If the applicant uses the third-party address as his/her residence and mailing address, the Immigration Department will send a letter to the applicant to correct it, otherwise PR Card will not be sent. 
        If the applicant's address is a known or suspected third party, but the application does not include the IMM5476 form, the case will be handled in accordance with the standard operating procedures of "unauthorized and concealed representatives". 
        Once the application address is suspected by the Immigration Department, the landlord in Canada (perhaps the landlord is the relative or friend of the applicant) is likely to truthfully explain the relationship between the applicant and the applicant to the immigration office, and whether the applicant lives and resides in his home. How much time, whether to pay the rent and other detailed details, if you pay the rent, but also check, whether the landlord pays the tax on time. 
Therefore, the replacement of PR Card requires the applicant to provide his own house, such as the house he purchased, or the house that his relatives rented in the name of the applicant, including the list of rented water and electricity paid in the name of the applicant. Checklist, broadband and TV listings to prove that the application address is the applicant's fixed address in Canada. 
 

PR Card New Deal 6: Require applicants to provide all pages of all passports for the last five years

        In 2007-2013, the application documents for the new PR Card requested by the Immigration Bureau only need to provide the first page of the passport, the last page and the page with the entry and exit records, but since the second half of 2013, the application requested by the Immigration Department has been requested. The document requires the applicant to provide a scanned copy of each page (including blank pages) of all passports for the last five years. 
        The purpose of the Immigration Service is to prevent applicants from cheating on the entry and exit records. Because in the past few years, the Immigration Department has found that some copies of the passports submitted by individual applicants do not provide the entry and exit records, resulting in incomplete or missing entry and exit records of the applicants in the past five years. Thus, the immigration officer of PR Card Review Center was misled, and the case of the applicant who did not meet the residence obligation and did not meet the renewal of the new PR card was approved. 
        The method used by the Immigration Department is to strengthen the examination of passports and immigration records. Therefore, all pages of all passports are required. If the applicant has a large number of entry and exit records, it will be strictly examined after submitting the application. 
 

PR Card New Deal 7: Require applicants to provide all passports for entry and exit stamp translation

        In order to prevent applicants from cheating on the submitted materials, and to facilitate the review of the application by the immigration officer for review, starting from the second half of 2013, all immigration records that are not in English or French are required to be in English or French. The translation, translation and notarization of the unit or individual must be approved by the Department of Immigration.         Applicants must submit all passports, as long as the above entry and exit stamps are not in English or French, they must be translated and notarized. Authorized translation notaries must compare the original and translated texts, and must write the following text in the translated text: 
         ""I prove that this translated text is exactly the same as the original.""
        The name of the original file 
        Date of translation notarization 
        Translating the name of the notary 
        Translation of the official position or title of a notary public 
        Translation of the notary's signature 
        Note: 1. The applicant's family member cannot be used as a translation notary. 
                   2. The translation certificate must be made in Canada. 
        Immigration-approved translation notaries include the following Canadians:
        ● Masseur 
        ● Commissioner of oaths 
        ● Dentist 
        ● Director of Funeral Home 
        ● Magistrate or judge 
        ● Lawyer 
        ● Manager of financial institutions 
        ● Doctor 
        ● member of the provincial council
        ● Members of the parliament 
        ● Pastor 
        ● Municipal staff 
        ● Notary 
        ● Canadian authorized personnel officially recognized by the official embassy, ​​consulate or high-level committee 
        ● Pharmacist 
        ● Police officer 
        ● Director 
        ● Primary, secondary or university teachers 
        ● Professional accountant 
        ● Professional engineer 
        ● Social workers 
        ● Veterinarian 
 

PR Card New Deal 8: Applicants must submit an application in Canada (Immigration Department phone verification)

        In accordance with the requirements of the Canadian Immigration Service, the application for PR Card must meet the following conditions: 
        What qualifications do applicants have to apply for a new PR Card? 
        You can apply for a PR card, you must: 
        1. The applicant must be a permanent resident of Canada; 
        2. The person must physically reside in Canada when submitting the application; 
        3. Currently not expelled from Canada;; 
        4. Not a Canadian citizen or an Aboriginal Canadian; 
        5. Not criminalized. 
        Immigration officials will call you during the application period to fill in the application form, or send someone to the address you filled in the application form (this is a rare case) to verify that you live at that address or to verify that you are currently People are in Canada. 
        Once the immigration officer finds that the applicant is not in Canada during the application period, the application will be terminated. 
 

PR Card New Deal 9: Highly reliable application documents Immigration Bureau directly mails PR Card

        The Immigration Department just issued a notice on Friday (April 27) to change the Maple Card replacement card to the requirements that I need to receive, and then mail it to the local address that was filled in at the time of application. According to the announcement, from yesterday (April 30), 90% of applicants who do not need further investigation no longer need to collect it personally, but are directly mailed by the Department of Immigration. In addition, while providing convenience to the "Astros", the Immigration Department will increase the proportion of applications requiring further investigation from the original 2.5% of the total application to 5%. Further investigation of the application increased to 5%. 
        This change has made some of the "spacemen" who usually go to the immigration officer to take the card in front of the immigration officer. They can breathe a sigh of relief for a while, and some people who are in overseas places such as China, Hong Kong and Taiwan do not need to Receive a new card and return to Vancouver with a special flight. I implemented a trial for 1 year yesterday. 
        The announcement pointed out that the large-scale mailing of PR Card renewal card is currently a Pilot Project. After one year, it will assess whether the mailing practice should continue.
        The Department of Immigration pointed out that before April 30, the new card after the replacement of PR Card will need to be collected by the local immigration office. According to statistics, under the current regulations, about 2.5% of the applications are received. Further investigation by the Department of Immigration is required.
        The Department of Immigration said, but after the start of the pilot program, the proportion of further investigations is expected to double to 5% because of the change in the criteria for deciding whether or not to submit the survey. As for how the standard changes, the announcement does not explain. 
        The Immigration Department announced the change of PR Card replacement operation. 
        In response to some temporary and important needs to return to the original place of residence, the proposed urgent application for PR Card replacement is also included in this pilot scheme. 90% of the applicants who do not need to investigate do not need to personally take the card and use it instead. By mail, only 10% of the applicants will be asked to collect them personally. In addition, the order of handling urgent applications is the same as the previous “first come, first served” rules, and has not changed.
        For the applicants who need to be investigated, the findings of the investigation may be clearly stated. First, if the investigation finds that there is no immigration officer who believes that the permanent resident qualification is not met, the immigration department will still issue a new card for 5 years. At this time, it will also be sent by post to the applicant's address.
        Non-qualified or issued one-year card
        In the second case, the application for a card change was rejected after being found to be ineligible, and faced with being asked to leave the country. At this time, the Immigration Department may issue a PR card valid for one year instead of a new card for 5 years. . In the other case, the applicant could not be contacted during the investigation, and after six months, the application was deemed to have been abandoned and the immigration department would not issue the card again.
        The announcement was also made to address the issue of mailing a new card. The announcement stated that the General Post Office of Canada must return all PR cards with incorrect addresses to the Immigration Department's Case Processing Center in Sydney (CPC-Sydney). The immigration officer will try to find a new address. If the applicant does not notify the address change, The unsent PR Card will remain in the filing cabinet for 6 months, waiting for the applicant to pick it up.
 

PR Card New Deal 10: Immigration Bureau has the right to transfer the applicant's tax return record

         A new item, item 23, has been added to the new PR Card Application Form IMM5444, and the USCIS asks you to provide a record of your tax return in the last five years. 
        There are two ways to get a Canadian tax record: 
        Method 1: The applicant himself wants to find a way to collect his tax records in Canada for the past five years. 
        Method 2: The applicant authorizes the USCIS to collect its tax return records in Canada for the past five years. 
        The Canada Revenue Agency is gradually improving its tax filings as planned: 
        If the applicant's tax return records in Canada for the last five years show that the applicant has not lived in Canada for two years, it may result in the failure of PR card application, or the Immigration Department will do more to fulfill the residency obligations of the applicant. Detailed investigation. 
 




 
 
 
 
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