PR Visa

  • Canada is one of the richest countries in terms of cultural aspects and offers a high standard of living, which is why it could be considered one of the most popular countries for immigrants. The economic conditions there are quite amazing because the employment rate is not low and is considered one of the best countries for immigration. All of these things attract immigrants from all over the world to visit and live in the country and this is one of the main reasons why this is a very diverse culture. In recent years, there has been good immigrant growth in Canada as it is very convenient to apply for permanent residence at Immigration Canada.

  • Parents and grandparents of permanent residents of Canada may be sponsored by their children or grandchildren living in Canada. An applicant can sponsor his parents or grandparents and enjoy their holidays for years without the renewal of any type of visa.

  • A person who has been issued a permanent resident visa is allowed to reside and work indefinitely in New Zealand. This visa apparently gives them a status equal to that of the citizens of New Zealand, with the exception of a few borders.

  • Legal permanent residence in the United States, informally known as a green card, is the immigration status of a person who is allowed to live and work in the United States of America permanently. Green cards are valid for 10 years for permanent residents and 2 years for conditional permanent residents. After this period, the card must be renewed or replaced. The application process can take several years. An immigrant usually has to go through a three-step process to obtain permanent residence, which includes petition and treatment.