Permanent Residence

Mundo360 Immigration Consultancy is experienced in helping our clients to obtain Permanent Residence in Canada. We specialize in the Economic class of immigrants as well as the Family class.

Economic Class

  • Express Entry
  • Provincial Nominee Program

Family Class

  • Sponsor your Spouse and Children
  • Sponsor your Parents or Grandparents

Permanent Residence – Economic Class

The Economic Class of Immigration refers to individuals who are seeking opportunities in the workforce, including Foreign Skilled Workers and tradespeople, as well as those who possess Canadian work experience. Mundo360 has helped many successful applicants through all aspects of the Express Entry immigration process.

Express Entry

Express Entry is an electronic application management system that manages applications for all Federal economic immigration programs. It will provide applicants with a single online account, which can be used to create and submit an application under any of the three federal immigration programs:

  • Federal Skilled Worker Program
  • Canadian Experience Class
  • Federal Skilled Trades Program

Express Entry assesses such factors as age, education, official language proficiency, work experience and adaptability to determine your Express Entry profile. Our role would be to help you make the best possible Expression of Interest (EoI) for these Federal programs by ensuring that you meet all of the requirements.

Provincial Nominee Program

Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) allows provinces and territories to nominate individuals whose skills will contribute to regional economic development, and who want to settle in the nominating province or territory. As of 2021, there are 11 provincial and territorial governments participating in the program. Each PNP has its own criteria for each stream. In total, there are about 85 provincial streams and almost 20 of them have been linked to Express Entry.

Permanent Residence – Family Class

The Family Class allows permanent residents and Canadian citizens to sponsor relatives, including spouses, common-law or conjugal partners, dependent children, parents, grandparents and other close relatives for permanent residence in Canada. Mundo360 has helped many families throughout all aspects of this process.

Sponsor your spouse and children

Spousal sponsorship is a process where a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, who is living in Canada, applies to sponsor his/her spouse. The application must demonstrate that the couple is in a genuine relationship. Mundo360 has helped many couples through the sponsorship process. As for the dependent children, once the application is approved, they may come with their parent(s) to Canada. You can sponsor native and adopted children under the age of 22. You can also sponsor the children of your sponsored spouse as well as children of the children.

Sponsor your parents or grandparents

This program allows Canadian citizens and permanent residents to sponsor their parents and grandparents to become permanent residents of Canada. The process may be intimidating, but we can help you through all aspects: from preparing the necessary forms, to ensure your file is complete and meeting the processing requirements. In order to be eligible to sponsor your parents or grandparents, you must meet specific requirements set out by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). The sponsorship process usually takes about 18-24 months. Mundo360 will make sure you meet all of the requirements and prepare your application as best as possible. We have helped hundreds of families come to Canada from all over the world.

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