How do I get Canadian permanent residence:
If you are studying or working in Canada temporarily, as an international student or foreign worker, you are not a permanent resident. This also applies if you go to Canada as a tourist.
As a permanent resident of Canada, you can:
✒ Access to social benefits (for example, access to Medicare, the Canadian government's health care program).
✒ Live, study, or work in Canada (as long as you meet the requirements of the province or territory in which you choose to live).
Get protection as a permanent resident (the Canadian government must protect you under its own legal system and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms).
But there are also things you may not do as a permanent resident of Canada. For example, you are not allowed to vote, run for political office, or hold a job with a high-level security clearance.
If you wish to travel abroad, ie outside Canada, you must take your Canadian Permanent Resident Card with you. You can use it to provide proof that you are a permanent resident of Canada and can be used to re-enter Canada's borders.
If you lose your Canadian permanent resident card, you will need a document called Permanent Resident Travel Document to return to Canada. This document can only be used once to enter Canada.
If you are a permanent resident, you must spend at least two cumulative years within a five-year period in Canada. If you spend more than three years in a country other than Canada, you may lose your permanent resident status.
✔Submitted false documents for either permanent residence, Canadian citizenship, or any other application.
✔ False information was provided by your sponsor.
✔You provided false information to apply for asylum.
✔Committed a serious crime, either before or after you became a permanent resident of Canada (unless you were granted a pardon for your crime, or you meet other requirements).
✔ Living more than three years outside Canada in the specified five-year period.
If you belong to a terrorist or criminal organization.
✔ Committing war crimes, crimes against humanity, or human rights violations