If you have no status in Canada Or lost your status to be remain in Canada legitimately, you might eligible to apply Canada PR under Humanitarian and Compassionate ground.
Those people who would not normally be eligible to become permanent residents of Canada may be able to apply on Humanitarian and Compassionate Grounds.
In some exceptional cases, H&C apply to people who have some hardship if removed from Canada. In this application, it asks for the exception to the immigration rules for not applying from outside of Canada. It is very important the person needs to have significant reasons as to why he/she should be allowed to stay. These can be included economically establishment in Canada, best interest of the children, medical, and hardship. Under these grounds applicants can make stronger case.
Factors in consideration
How it works
1. Hardship: If you are force to leave Canada, the officer will consider if there is any hardship you will face. There are a couple of factors that the office considers, but not limited to
2. Establishment in Canada: If you have strong connection in Canada, then you may also take these factors in consideration.
3. Best Interest of a child: The officer must take into consideration the best interest of any child that can be affected by your removal from Canada.
CAD $570 (Processing Fee)
CAD $515 (Right of Permanent Residence Fee)
CAD $155 Dependent Child - each
Glenfiddich's RCIC retaining Fees
CAD $5500 (Approx.) Retaining
Vary on case to case basis
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