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How to apply for Canada PR on my own 2020 ?

Know How can i apply for Canada PR on my own – Step by Step Process

Canada has gained popularity in the last few years when it comes to immigrants and choice to settle in the country. The reason for this popularity are both cultural and economic. Canada as a nation is very good at accepting the immigrants in its land, it gives warm reception to the immigrants and helps them adjust in the new surroundings. The scenic beauty, beautiful landscapes, high standard ofliving are just few positives of immigrating to Canada, the list is fairly long enough with low crime grate and ample growth opportunities in every field of work. But the biggest advantage of immigration to Canada is the Permanent Residency (PR) status which provides benefits to the immigrants which are very similar to the full Canadian citizen rights.

What is the best way to apply for a Permanent Residency (PR) status of Canada?

Since getting the Permanent Residency (PR) status has become way easier than before most people choose the option of applying for a Permanent Residency (PR) status on their own rather than opting for an immigration service. It is a highly precarious step taken by the candidate as there might be many issue that arise due to failure in understanding the correct information or lack of proper knowledge of the immigration process.

Some of the outfalls of undertaking the immigration process on your own are –

  • Incomplete or incorrect filling of the application can lead to rejection.
  • The candidate can miss out on some lucrative possibilities for oneself if there is lack of updated news about the immigration process.
  • As the immigration service will be completely aware of the latest update the processing of the application can be faster.
  • Lack of proper knowledge can lead to delay in filling of the visa application and thereby lead to missing out on some advantageous options.

Hence, it is advisable that the candidate undergoes the immigration process with the help of a reliable and reputable immigration service only. The chances of getting the best possible for immigration and getting into advantageous situation can be brighter with the help of an Immigration service.

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Why Permanent Residency (PR) status is so lucrative?

Permanent Residency (PR) status of Canada is provided to a candidate for a period of five years and it is a family visa. It is an official document which determines the status of the immigrant in Canada. It is highly lucrative as it provides benefits which are very similar to the rights of the full Canadian citizen. Few benefits that make Permanent Residency (PR) status highly attractive for the Immigrants are – Free healthcare, free Education, right to live, study and work anywhere in Canada and the benefit to apply for the Canadian citizenship after living in Canada for two years only. Of course there is a test that needs to cleared for attaining the Canadian citizenship by the candidate. The most popular modes of applying for a Permanent Residency (PR) status are – Express Entry Program and Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)


Apply for Canada PR Under Express Entry Program by own?

Express Entry Program was introduced in 2015 and an initiative by the Government of Canada to invite skilled candidates in its domain. It is a selection system in which candidates are evaluated on the point measurement basis. The Points are calculated using the comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) tool in which personal information is judged to determine whether the candidate is an eligible skilled candidate or not. All those candidates who meet the threshold of minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score as decided by the IRCC (Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada) through the Express Entry Draws are considered Fit to Apply.  The points of the candidates are calculated in the following parameters –

  • Age- There is no upper age limit for immigration but candidate being 18- 35 years old is good.
  • Education- The higher the education of the candidate the better it is. Having a Master’s degree can help candidate fetch more points and even more points if the candidate has a Doctorate degree.
  • Language – There are two official languages of Canada – English and French. The English language is tested through IELTS and CLB and French language is test if TFI. Higher the candidate scores in these tests, the better it is for the candidate as CRS score point will increase.
  • Work Experience – Canada Invites skilled candidates in its domain thus having good work experience on your side can be an added advantage for the Candidate and can also help him get high CRS points as well.
  • Adaptability – A sibling or spouse who is living in Canada can help get the candidate extra points.


Apply for Canada PR under Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) by own?

All those candidates who are unable to qualify under the Express Entry Program because they are not able to secure good Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points then they can apply for thePermanent Residency (PR) status of Canada through Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). Under this Selection system the Permanent Residency (PR) status is allotted by a particular province for which the eligibility is met by the candidate. The criteria for eligibility is different for every province and the candidate must meet the desired requirement in order to attain the Permanent Residency (PR) status of that province.  Some of the eligibility criteria of the popular provinces are:

  • Ontario asks for a Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) point of 400.
  • Saskatchewan asks for a score of 60 out of 100-point grid.
  • Nova Scotia asks for an IELTS score of 4.5 band and wants that your occupation should be in demand for that particular region.


How to check whether the consultancy firm is good and reliable or not?

When you are hiring an immigration service its good if you thoroughly cross check all the areas before you take the final call.  There are many immigration services in every region and each one would claim to the best in the industry but as a smart candidate it is completely your call and analysis which will help you separate the good from the bad. Some of the points in this regard which the candidate can take into consideration are –

  • The company that you hire for your presentation should be registered and lawfully authorized to represent a client under theICCRC (Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council), which is the regulatory body for governing immigration to Canada.
  • Experts working for the consultancy firm should have in-depth knowledge of the process
  • It should have proper office setup, which would establish that they are a professional enterprise.
  • Learn about the services they offer through their website
  • They should be transparent and honest in terms of the proceedings of your application.
  • It is important to research and evaluate their track record before investing in them as your representative. A good track record means that they are capable of serving your case well.


A good consultancy service can guide you through the immigration process to Canada in a hassle free manner.  With all your grievances taken care of and support provided holistically in the application process and post immigration process, Nationwide Immigration Services is one the best name in the Industry. We have 12 years of working experience in this industry and have processed more than 25,000 applications so far. Nationwide can provide you the support and guidance that you are looking for at this juncture of your career and help you attain Permanent Residency (PR) status in Canada. For queries feel free to call at +91-92 92 92 92 81. Alternatively, you can also write to us at

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