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PR card

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) issues PR Cards to individuals who have immigrated to Canada but are not actually Canadian citizens. The permanent resident card is the official proof of your status as a permanent resident in Canada.PR Card is required if you are a permanent resident of Canada, plan to travel outside Canada, plan to return to Canada by air, water or road. You also need to renew your PR Card before it expires, update your PR card if you legally change your name, replace your PR Card if it is lost, stolen or damaged or of you have changed your gender.You can renew your PR card from outside Canada while working for a Canadian business or government, under 18 and accompanying a Canadian citizen parent. You may also be able to renew your PR card under Humanitarian and Compassionate considerations. Once Canada grants permanent residence status, you are authorized to live and work in Canada as long as you maintain physical residence and obey Canada’s laws.

Canadian citizenship

Permanent residents can become citizens of Canada if they are physically present in Canada for at least 1,095 days within the last 5 years, have filed income tax for last three years of the past five years before your application, have proof of being proficient in one of the official languages of Canada, French or English, and have passed an oral and written test on Canada’s history, government, geography, and citizenship rights and responsibilities. People under 18 or older than 54 are exempt from language and knowledge test to become citizens.