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Reasons to Migrate to Canada from India

Reasons to Migrate to Canada from India

Reasons To Apply FOR A PERMANENT RESIDENT VISA (GREEN CARD)

 A permanent resident (PR) visa (Green card) is issued to a qualified applicant and his / her entire family.

A permanent resident (PR) visa (Green card) is useful because of the following reasons:

·  It allows the holder to enter the country any time.

·  The PR Visa holder can seek work with anyone for any time, without a sponsor.

·  A PR Visa holder spouse will also get a PR Visa. The spouse is also eligible to work.

·  A PR Visa holder’s children will have reduced fees for their studies.

·  All maternity benefits will be applicable for the new mothers.

·  The PR Visa holder have access to the best medical facilities for free.

A permanent resident (PR) visa (Green card) is normally issued by developed countries like the USA, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, as they want to attract skilled workers for their ageing population.

Being a permanent resident (PR) visa (Green card) holder means that the person is a Permanent Resident and is not yet a citizen. 

·  Permanent resident (PR) visa (Green card) holders become eligible to apply for citizenship normally after a period of stay, say 3 to 5 years.

A permanent resident (PR) visa (Green card) cost for a single person could be between INR 2, 00,000 to INR 5, 00,000. Consider this: 

·  INR 2, 00,000 cannot buy real estate. A Fixed Deposit gives no more than 10% and even that gets eaten by the 10% inflation. Investment in stocks or mutual funds is too risky and even if it gives a 100% return, you will have INR 400,000 in 5 years and you will have to pay 30% in taxes.

·  An investment in a PR Visa will buy you a permanent resident (PR) visa not only for you but also your entire family for a lifetime. Your next generation will also be able to use the benefits of the visa!

You may not qualify for a temporary visit visa but may qualify for a permanent visa! 

·  Permanent visas are usually points based and have defined eligibility criteria, temporary visas are based on a valid job offer from that particular country.

For PR Visa, in most cases, there is no interview. 

·  If you are eligible, and you satisfy all the criteria, you will receive your PR Visa.

Immigration laws keeps changing each year. 

·  Apply when you are eligible or else the laws change and you will not be eligible when you want to apply!

Canada, NZ and Australia are the best and richest English speaking countries in the world. And you are fortunate to be a part of their immigration program.

·  You’re looking at a great quality of life and many benefits! 

Immigrating to a country allows you to stay there permanently. 

·  Staying overseas develops you as a person, your career, business and your family like no other experience can.

You will never regret having invested in a permanent resident (PR) visa (Green card). 

·  You will never regret having the freedom and flexibility to travel and work – anytime you want – in Australia, Canada or New Zealand without the need to apply for a visa!

Investing in a permanent resident (PR) visa (Green card) is cheaper than investing in a local club membership or a timeshare program. With a green card, you and your family get a permanent visa status for the best countries in the world.

·  A permanent resident (PR) visa (Green card) is a good investment for anyone. Even better than gold!

Please watch below video link for more details-

 Why Migrate?

Please note that,

 “ Today’s realities are… Yesterday’s decision

Tomorrow’s realities will be… Today’s decision”

I am a member of ICCRC (Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council) and my membership number is R422575. Please visit our website www.dreamvisas.com/canada to know more about us.

What is the Provincial Nomination Program (PNP)?

The Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) allow Canadian provinces and territories to nominate individuals who wish to immigrate to Canada and who are interested in settling in a particular province. Most Canadian provinces and territories are able to nominate a certain number of candidates through the Express Entry system to meet local and provincial labour market needs. These portions of the PNPs are known as ‘enhanced’ nominations. Please view

Candidates in the Express Entry pool who obtain a nomination from a province are awarded 600 points under the CRS system, out of a possible total of 1,200. When these additional points are added to a candidate’s human capital and skills transfer-ability points, it will result in an Invitation to apply for permanent residence being issued to the candidate at a subsequent draw from the Express Entry pool.

Provinces and territories are also able to make nominations under their regular, or ‘base’, PNP streams outside the Express Entry system. Provincial and territorial nominations made outside the Express Entry system are subject to particular PNP streams and processing standards.The route from a successful base nomination to permanent residence is a two-step process. Candidates must first satisfy the criteria for a PNP stream, apply, and receive a nomination certificate. With this certificate in hand, candidates may apply to the federal government, which will oversee the necessary medical and security background checks before granting permanent resident status.

There are over 60 different Provincial Nomination Programs through which eligible candidates can immigrate to Canada. The most popular of these is the Ontario program due to its eligibility criteria not requiring the immigrant to have a valid job offer. The minimum CRS score required to be eligible for the Ontario PNP is 400.

To know more about PNP programs for Immigrating to Canada please visit http://www.dreamvisas.com/canada

Manoj Palwe is a member of Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC ID : R422575).