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Permanent Residence

How to Apply for PR Card

Applying for permanent residence (PR) in Canada is only possible if your claim is approved by the IRB-RAD or IRB-RPD.

You can apply online using the Permanent Residence Portal or send forms by mail or courier. Ask a legal representative to look at your PR application before sending it to IRCC. If you do not have a legal representative, contact a local settlement agency for help finding one.

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Generic Application Form for Canada
Additional Dependents / Declaration
Schedule 14 – Protected Persons and Convention Refugees
Schedule A – Background/Declaration
Additional Family Information
Use of a Representative
Copy of the Notice of Decision giving you Convention Refugee or Protected Person status in Canada
  • Copy of the Notice of Decision giving you Convention Refugee or Protected Person status in Canada
Two photos (passport size)
  • Two photos (passport size)
Photocopies of your identity documents that were taken from you:

Photocopies of your identity documents that were taken from you:

  • passport (even if it is expired), 
  • travel documents,
  • translated birth certificate, and
  • other identity documents.

 

Dependents

If you have dependants inside or outside Canada, you must fill out a separate set of forms for them. You must prepare:

Generic Application Form for Canada
Schedule 14 – Protected Persons and Convention Refugees
Schedule A – Background/Declaration
Additional Family Information
Use of a Representative
Copy of the Notice of Decision giving you Convention Refugee or Protected Person status in Canada
  • Copy of the Notice of Decision giving you Convention Refugee or Protected Person status in Canada
Two photos (passport size)
  • Two photos (passport size)
Photocopies of your identity documents that were taken from you:

Photocopies of your identity documents that were taken from you:

  • passport (even if it is expired), 
  • travel documents,
  • translated birth certificate, and
  • other identity documents.

 

relationship Proofs
  • Photocopies of documents that prove their relationship to you, such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, or common-law declaration (Form 5409)

You must update IRCC with the names of a spouse or any dependent family members you have gained since you arrived in Canada.

Your child’s age on the date you made your refugee claim is “locked in.” This means if they turn 23 years old years old before you get PR status, it does not matter. Talk to a legal representative if you are not sure about the date.

You may not know where some family members are, but you can list them in your application. They will have one year from the day you get PR to apply for it themselves. Only someone who IRCC considers a family member can do this, not a de facto family member. Talk to a lawyer if you have family members who are de facto family members.

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English & French are official Languages of Canada

Any document (including any stamps and seals) that is not in English or French, you must send in:

  • The English or French translation. See the IRCC website to follow their requirements to translate documents.
  • If you cannot get a certified translator for your identification documents, you can use a non-certified translator. You need:
    • an affidavit from the person who did the translation, and
    • a certified copy of the original document. It must be certified in Canada by a notary public, a commissioner of oaths, or a commissioner for taking affidavits.

Affidavit

An affidavit for a translation is a document that states that the translation is an accurate version of the original. The translator swears this in front of a professional who can take oaths in the country where they live. The person must speak English or French well in order to take the oath.

Who can prepare an affidavit?

In Canada:

  • a notary public
  • a commissioner of oaths
  • a commissioner for taking affidavits

Outside Canada:

You or any of your family members cannot do the affidavit. Even a member of your family who is a lawyer, notary public, or certified translator is not allowed to prepare your affidavit. (This includes a parent, guardian, sibling, spouse, common-law partner, conjugal partner, grandparent, child, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew and first cousin.)

Pay Fee

You must pay a fee when you apply for PR for yourself and for any family members. You pay all fees online. To pay your fees, you need:

  • An email address to set up a login and password,
  • Access to a printer (to print the receipt), and
  • A credit card, Debit MasterCard® or Visa® Debit card.

When you are ready to pay:

  • Go to Online Payment.
  • Follow the instructions.
    • At the end, click on the button to print the IRCC official receipt with a barcode. Print two copies.
    • Save a copy on your computer.
    • Email yourself a copy.
    • Attach a printed copy of this receipt to your application.
    • Keep the other copies of the receipt for your records.
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