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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 944 Pr Valid

Instructions and Help about Can Form 944 Pr Valid

Hello dreamers, how are you doing? Many of you have asked me about the differences between permanent residency and citizenship. So in this video, I'm going to tell you the key differences between having permanent residency or citizenship in Canada and Australia. If you want to know what the difference is, stay tuned. Hello everybody, it's me, Sheet on You from Dream Abroad. If you want to immigrate to Canada or Australia without paying hefty fees to consultants, please visit my channel. I've got tons of videos on the immigration process of both of these countries. I regularly upload videos almost every week, so if you haven't subscribed to my channel yet, please subscribe right now. Okay, so if you are a permanent resident of Canada, in that case, you would hold a PR card. But if you're a citizen of Canada, then you'd be holding the passport of Canada. If you are a permanent resident of Canada, you have to live there for a certain number of years and then pass an exam to become a citizen of Canada and get that passport. Now please note that some countries do offer dual citizenship as well. So if your home country does offer dual citizenship, well and good. For people living in India, India doesn't offer dual citizenship. However, Canada does. So if you're holding an Indian passport with the permanent resident card of Canada, in that case, you're free to travel to India whenever you want to travel. But let's suppose that you get the citizenship and you get the passport of Canada. In that case, you would need to get a visa to travel to India. So this is one difference which is quite striking. Going ahead, as a permanent resident, you won't have the right to vote in elections....