How To Move To Canada

Considering Moving to Canada? Click here to look at the options you can consider to being your journey to The Great White North.

Become a
Canadian Citizen

Permanent residents can file for Canadian citizenship using Form CIT 0002 online. Find out if you're eligible for citizenship and complete your immigration story here.

Permanent Resident
Card (PR Card)

If you are a permanent resident, the Permanent Resident Card (PR Card) is the official proof of your status. Prepare and complete form IMM 5444e online if you want to:

Immigration Article Library

#WelcomeRefugees

As of February, 2016 Canadians have opened their arms and hearts to 26,202 Syrian refugees. Canadians welcoming spirit is deeply embedded within their society, and this is reflected from the citizens to the government...More

Canadian Immigration Reaching Record Numbers?

Citizenship and Immigration Canada expects very large numbers of Permanent Residents to be added to Canada in...More

How Do I Get Permanent Residence Through Marriage?

While Canada prefers to place great importance and preference upon immigrants who wish to enter the country to...More

How to Study in Canada

Coming to Canada to study is an excellent way to eventually get your Permanent Resident Card through the Canadian...More

Canadian Immigration Updates

Permanent Resident Card Wait Times

The new average processing times for the Permanent Resident Card have been announced. New Permanent Resident cards will take 61 days to arrive. This is measured in calendar days...More

Canadian Citizenship Requirements

In order to take the next big step in Canadian immigration and apply for citizenship you will have to meet certain requirements before filling out any forms. The requirements are...More

Immigration to Canada Made Easy

Immigration Direct is able to provide a variety of services to future residents of Canada in an easy and much less stressful way when compared to filing by oneself. There is always room for error when...More

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