PR Visa Process
Today, the world has shrinked and the boundaries between the different countries have reduced. A large number of people migrate mainly from the developed to the developing nations. The primary reason why people move overseas is to either explore better livelihood opportunities or to pursue higher degree. Economic prosperity and peaceful environment for their loved ones are their main objectives.
There are many overseas hotspots that are regarded as the top notch immigration destinations even as Australia, Canada, the US, and the UK top the immigration charts. Due to one or another reason these countries have been a topic of hot debate among immigrants.
When people think of migration, they consider numerous aspects such as its economy, environment, language, culture, and so on. A place with a strong economy and preferably English as its national language is regarded an ideal destination for migration, even while the nations mentioned above have strong economy and English as their national language.
The good news for those who wish to migrate in the near future is that many of the top notch immigration destinations are working hard to draw immigrants to their shores and so the PR Visa process for these nations nowadays has become relatively easy.
If you wish to shift to any of the aforementioned destinations, then you will have to deal with the Department of Australian Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP), Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), etc.
Permanent residents have to meet certain residence obligations or else they may lose their status. Each country has their own specific set of immigration rules and regulations to assess permanent residents coming to their shores. Some have point based immigration process and others ask for sponsorship. Among all it is the US that has the most stringent immigration laws and getting its PR is not an easy affair.
- Right to live and work anywhere in the country.
- Right to sponsor their family.
- Right to pursue higher studies.
- Right to travel abroad any number of times.
- Right to social and economic benefits.
Applicants with a PR Visa are usually given documentary evidence–a legal proof that they are the permanent residents of the respective country; for instance, in Australia a print out of the PR Visa is stapled to a PR passport. In Canada, permanent residents are given a photo ID Card, officially known as the Permanent Resident Card. Similarly, in the US, a photo ID card is issued and it’s officially known as Permanent Resident Card or ‘Green Card’. In the UK, a Biometric Residence Permit is issued.
For easy PR visa process, the candidates may consult an immigration consultant, who will not only make your immigration journey hassle-free and smooth but will give you accurate guidance and a brief on how to choose the right immigration destination and the right visa category.