Canada PR Blank Windows Card With UV

Canada PR Blank Widows Card

When you are travelling, you need a permanent resident (PR) card to prove you’re a PR when you return to Canada.

Apply for a PR card or travel document, get urgent processing or check the status of your application.

If your PR card expired, you can renew your card. You still have your PR status even if your PR card expired.

Canada PR Blank Widows Card – A card allows a non-Canadian citizen to gain permanent residence in Canada. Many people from outside the Canada want a PR card because it would allow them to live and work (lawfully) anywhere in the Canada and qualify for Canadian citizenship after three or five years. If you’re looking to apply, Boundless offers green card support without the high price tag. Learn more about what we do to help.

Every year, the Canadian government issues more than a million green cards. Most are given to family members of Canadian citizens and current card holders, followed by workers from other countries seeking employment in Canada as the next biggest group of recipients.

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Green Card Timeline

The processing time for a green card is anywhere from 10-38 months, depending on the type of green card you’re applying for and where you’re applying from.


For spouses and immediate relatives (parents and minor children) of U.S. citizens applying from within the United States through adjustment of status, the wait is generally relatively short, averaging 13 months (as of April 30, 2021). For spouses of U.S. green card holders, other relatives of U.S. citizens, and employment-based green cards, the wait can be much longer, typically two years or more.

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For spouses and immediate relatives (parents and minor children) of U.S. citizens applying from outside the United States via consular processing, the wait is generally much quicker, between 4 and 6 months (although note the coronavirus pandemic has led to severe delays). All other green card categories are subject to country caps, and wait times vary dramatically.