Canada is known as the most ideal country to obtain a permanent residence visa, in view of its soft immigration policies, its high employment rate and the perfect configuration to raise a family.
There are different programs for migrating to Canada which offers permanent residence visas to skilled workers and highly qualified professionals around the world. Some of the main programs are Express Entry System, Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP), Provincial Nominee Programs (PNP), etc.
However, most of these programs follow an immigration system based on points and, therefore, their selection for the PR visa depends on the total points obtained according to their education, age, language skills, work experience, etc. factors.
If you wish to confirm your eligibility for any of the Canadian Immigration Programs, ie, Express Entry, FSW, QSWP, PNP, etc.,
Permanent residents of Canada receive the Permanent Resident Card (PR Card) as proof that they are Permanent Residents of Canada (in case the card holder travels outside of Canada). The cardholder would require the PR card if they re-enter Canada after leaving it once.
There are different programs or categories available, according to which you can apply for a permanent residence visa, that is: