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With a Canadian Permanent Resident Card, you can look forward to a high quality of life that includes free healthcare and schools, job satisfaction and inclusive opportunities in one of the most beautiful, peaceful and multicultural countries in the world!

How to Become a Canadian Permanent Resident (PR)?

In order to become a Canadian Permanent Resident, you must satisfy the eligibility requirements of at least one Canadian immigration program. Currently, there are more than 60 immigration programs, pilots and streams. The first step in the immigration process is to familiarize yourself with the requirements of the PR process and discover the program you qualify for. This is done through an online eligibility assessment that is reviewed by our Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants who are authorized by CIC.

The fastest and most popular way to migrate to Canada is through the Express Entry system. It is a points-based system that processes Canadian visa applications within 4-6 months! About twice a month, thousands of candidates from the Express Entry pool receive the great news that they’re invited to apply for permanent residency in Canada. Successful candidates have earned enough PR points to receive Invitations to Apply (ITA). 

How the Process Works

Step 1
We check for which Canadian immigration program or visa you qualify to live, work, study in/or visit Canada.

Step 2
We verify your documents and ensure it meets Canadian visa application standards, and that you follow the Canadian visa requirements precisely.

Step 3
Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) handles your Canadian Visa Application and applies on your behalf.

Step 4
Your Permanent Resident Application to Canada is approved! You’re on your way to living your Canadian dream.

Why Use MDC?

Meet Our Team

We make Canadian migration easy, and stress-free! Our team of government trusted and approved Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs) have the experience and expertise to get your visa approved so that you can move to Canada! We will walk you through every step of the visa application process until you safely arrive in Canada.  

Ying Liu

RCIC #R521924

Jimmy Park

RCIC #R510391


The documents that you must submit with your application varies depending on the immigration program you qualify for. In most cases, the following supporting documents are required: 

  • English or French language test results
  • Medical exam
  • Education Credential Assessment (ECA) 
  • Proof of valid job offer
  • Police clearance
  • Biometrics
  • Proof of settlement funds

The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) is used to evaluate a candidate’s eligibility to move to Canada. The CRS awards points for:

  •  Age
  • CLB Language proficiency (English and French)
  • Level of Education (In and outside Canada)
  • Work Experience (In and outside Canada)
  • Arranged employment
  • Provincial Nomination achieved
  • Sibling in Canada
  • Your spouse’s profile (if married)

Your CRS score determines if you are eligible to move to Canada.

Processing times for permanent residency vary depending on the program, stream or pilot you are applying for and whether or not you’ve submitted a complete application. However, applications can be fast tracked if you apply through an authorized RCIC. 

As a Canadian permanent resident, you get most social benefits that Canadian citizens enjoy, such as health coverage and free primary and secondary schooling for children. You also get to live, work and study anywhere in Canada. In addition, you are protected under Canadian law and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom.


To be eligible to apply for Canadian citizenship, you must be a Canadian permanent resident that has lived in Canada for 3 out of the last 5 years. When applying for citizenship, you will get tested on your rights, responsibilities and knowledge of Canada as well as your language proficiency. 

A Permanent Resident (PR) card serves as your official Canadian travel document. You will be issued a PR card when you successfully immigrate to Canada. 

Yes it does. Most PR cards are valid for five years and others are valid for one year. The expiry date is printed on the card. Please note, if your PR card expires, it doesn’t mean you’ve lost your Permanent Resident status in Canada.