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

Instructions and Help about Form 944 Pr Valid

Divide this text into sentences and correct mistakes: So, let's say you've gotten approval for your permanent residence, and you got your cleared card. Now, what happens next? Your permanent residence card is valid for five years, and after that, you will be able to extend it. But only if you meet a certain condition. The condition is this: you have to be physically present in Canada for two out of five years. If you are, then you're eligible to extend your parrot card. However, if you guys know recently, there's been an approval of new citizenship law. Well, actually, it's an old law that they're going back to, and this law says that if you lived in Canada or if you've been physically present in Canada for three out of five years, then you can apply for citizenship. So, many of you, instead of waiting, instead of leaving Canada and then extending your parrot card, it's best for you to stay in Canada for three years, and then you'll be able to apply for citizenship. Also, if prior to obtaining your permanent residence, you lived in Canada for two years, then you can shortcut your three out of five years by one year. So, that means after you obtain your residence, you only need to live in Canada for two years, and then you'll be eligible for citizenship. What is your permanent resident status, and what does it let you do? If you are a permanent resident of Canada, you can freely move to any province. You can work in any province. You can get your health care in any province, and in most provinces, it's free. You can vote in certain elections, but you cannot vote in federal elections. Once you become a citizen, then you can vote in all...