The government of Canada provides an immigration option for many temporary residents in Canada called TR to PR Pathway. The program is for certain temporary residents who are currently working and staying in Canada with their families. At Dastur Immigration Services, we can assist you and guide you to increase your chances of getting your permanent residency through this program.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has launched this program to create a pathway for certain temporary residents to get Canadian Permanent Resident Status. You can check if fit broadly into one of three categories in order to apply for this program:
There are 6 streams in this pathway:
There is a cap for each stream. Once a stream has reached the maximum number of applications, it will not allow you to apply. When you work with immigration specialists at Dastur Immigration Services, you can rest assured that you will know detailed information about how to apply, when to apply, and what to submit with each stream in the TR to PR Pathway. We also assist you to prepare your documents so you can submit them with your application and get them processed quickly.
You can find out if you are eligible for one or more of the streams available under the TR to PR Pathway program. Fill out our self-assessment form and our team will contact you to discuss your options. Or you can contact us directly to understand the requirements before you apply.
It is difficult to know the exact processing time of the TR to PR applications. However, IRCC processes the applications as soon as they receive a completed application with all the relevant documents.
The principal applicant for permanent residency on this pathway will be able to include family members for permanent residency in the application. A family member is considered as:
If your current permit for Canada expires before you receive your new permanent resident status, you can apply for an open work permit. To know more, contact our immigration specialist today!
Yes, IRCC will accept applications from French-speaking or bilingual candidates. However, francophone applicants must reach NCLC (CLB) 4 or higher under every language skill if they are applying as a temporary worker in health care or essential worker. If you’re applying as an international student, you must have at least NCLC (CBL) 5 or higher under every language skill.