The Permanent Resident card is now a compulsory document for all Permanent Residents including children who apply for a government program like the Canadian social insurance card or the NEXUS card. Moreover, any permanent resident who leaves Canada then wishes to return to Canada will not be granted entry unless they produce their PR card. The PR card is now issued to all new immigrants; however anyone who immigrated to Canada before June 2002 was not issued with a PR card. The card expires every 5 years and you must reapply to renew your card especially if you are planning on leaving Canada then returning.
About PR Card
About PR Card Application
To be eligible for a PR Card, you must:
- be a permanent resident of Canada
- be physically present in Canada
- not be under an effective removal order
- not be a Canadian citizen or a registered Indian under the Indian Act.
PR Card Services
We offer a variety of PR Card services to anyone who does not have a card or whose existing card has expired, was lost or stolen. The application process requires the filling out the downloadable form to file for your new PR card. One of our certified immigration consultants will be your representative from beginning to end and will deal with the government on your behalf.
To get your permanent resident card, choose one
of our services: