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After getting your permanent residency card, you can visit outside Canada by using your PR card or Permanent Resident Travel Document. You have to show this card in the boarding if you are visiting outside or entering Canada by air, boat, buses or train.

A permanent resident Card is an official identity of a resident. It is necessary for a resident in many ways, like to travel or visit to another country or to enter Canada. New rules about permanent residency card, a Canadian resident have to carry his valid PR or Permanent Resident Travel Document. 

You must have to show your Permanent Residency Card or Permanent Resident Travel Document when you are onboarding to go outside. Otherwise, you can not make your journey.

It is crucial to keep the permanent residency card updated. If the date are expired, you can re-issue your card again. However, you will be still a resident even if your PR has expired.

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Who Need Permanent Residency Card?

  • If you are a resident in Canada
  • If you are going outside Canada
  • If you are returning to Canada from outside Canada.

Uses of PR Card in Visiting outside Canada

Traveling on a Commercial Vehicle

Commercial vehicles are air, bus, train, and boats, etc. If you are visiting outside of Canada by a business car, then you must have to show your PR card. 

Traveling through a Private Vehicle

If you are traveling through a motorbike, private car, or rental service to go outside Canada, you can use your PR card as the document.

Reissue or Expired Card

If your PR Card has expired its date, you must contact the authority to reissue the card. However, you can only find a card when you are inside Canada. Otherwise, you have to issue a PRTD to enter Canada.

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    Frequently Asked Question

    To get permanent residency, you have to live for at least three years in Canada. You also need some other documents to apply for Citizenship.

    In generally takes six months to get the citizenship after taking the Citizenship Test and Interview.

    People aged between 18 to 54 have to take the citizenship test and Interview.

    Oath taking ceremony generally takes 45 to 60 mins to complete. However, the time may vary upon the number of applicants and citizens.

    Yes, any Citizen who is a Canadain Citizen can renounce his citizenship status if he wants. He may apply for renouncing the citizenship under certain conditions.

    The answer is yes. You can again apply to resume your Citizenship status though you have renounced it once.

    The total fees for applying for Citizenship in Canada is CAN $ 630. Among the prices, $530 is for processing fee, and $100 is for the right of  Citizenship fee. But for minors aged under 18, the processing fee is $100.