Study Abroad: Know About COPR (Confirmation of Permanent Residence) Canada

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Study Abroad Know About COPR (Confirmation of Permanent Residence) Canada

COPR (Confirmation of Permanent Residence) is a piece of paper showing application for permanent residency in Canada has been approved by the IRCC. But it is not a ticket or a travel document. Families or individuals with COPR still need to finish the process of becoming permanent residents and get their permanent residence cards. 


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When do you Get Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR)?

Canada applicants get COPR after applying for permanent residence through one of the immigration programs, such as Express Entry, the Provincial Nominee Program, Family Sponsorship, etc. IRCC will send you an email with a COPR document. You should write it down and put it somewhere safe. You will need it later to finish the process of becoming a permanent resident and get your card. 

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What’s the Next Step?

They will become a permanent resident resident of Canada once they prove their permanent residence online or at the port of entry. This means that you have the right to live, work, study, and get health care and social benefits in Canada. Furthermore, they will be eligible for free employment and settlement services for newcomers to help you set up for success in Canada. They will also get a permanent resident card in the mail within 90 days of entering Canada as a permanent resident. Their permanent resident card is a legal document that shows who you are and what your standing is in Canada. When you become a Canadian citizen, you get more rights and perks like being able to vote, run for office, hold a Canadian visa and so on.

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