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PR Pathways for Hong Kong Residents

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In the ever-evolving landscape of global migration, the Permanent Residence Pathways for Hong Kong Residents stand as a testament to Canada’s commitment to providing a secure and welcoming home for those seeking new opportunities. As socio-political dynamics shift, these pathways serve as a beacon, offering a stable and promising future for Hong Kong residents.

Designed to facilitate a smooth transition to permanent residence, these pathways recognize the unique skills, experiences, and contributions that Hong Kong residents bring to Canada. Whether through educational achievements, professional expertise, or entrepreneurial spirit, the pathways aim to create a bridge to lasting residency for those seeking refuge and a fresh start. This public policy will be available from June 1, 2021, to August 31, 2026. 

There are two streams that candidates may be eligible to apply to: 

  • Stream A: In-Canada Graduates
  • Stream B: Canadian Work Experience 

The objective of these measures is to provide a supportive and inclusive environment for individuals affected by the changes in Hong Kong, allowing them to build a new life in Canada. The programs aim to attract individuals with valuable skills, education, and work experience to contribute to Canada’s diverse and thriving communities. You can also explore other immigration pathways more suited to each particular situation.

Our immigration adviser’s dedication to excellence, integrity, and personalized service sets us apart as a trusted partner in your immigration journey. You can visit us at our office, book an initial consultation with our immigration consultants, and start your journey alongside our firm. You can also learn more about our immigration agency’s professional fees. Thank you for considering RightWay Canada as your immigration partner. Apply for permanent residence with confidence.

Program Timeline

Create a Permanent Residence Online Application Portal

Gather all of the necessary documents in support of your application and follow the Instruction Guide [IMM 5067] for a smooth application process.

Fill out Digital and PDF forms

The PDF forms do not need to be signed and need to be uploaded with the online application. Also, upload one photo for each family member.

Biometrics, Fees, and Submission

When submitting your application, upload the documents, answer all the questions, sign the application, and include the processing fee receipts.

Once your application is approved

The applicant is required to pay right of permanent residence fee alongside confirming the mailing address. 

Our Professional Fees

Full Package
$4000
End-to-End Representation
Initial Consultation Credit
Authorized Representation
Secure Online Client Portal
Consultations - As Required
Online, Phone & Email Support
EOI, All Forms & Supporting Letters
Personalized Document Checklist
Representative's Submission Letter
Commission of Forms & Declarations
Full Post-Submission Support
Two Payment Instalments
Discounted Add-Ons: Adding Spouse/Partner (+$1,000); Adding Child (+$500); Status Extension/Restoration Per Applicant (+$500)
Consultation
$50 - $200
One-Time Consultation
Initial Consultation Credit
Authorized Representation
Review of Documents, Forms, Eligibility and/or Case-Specific Questions During Consultation
In-Office / Online / Phone
Up to 15-min Session - $85
Up to 30-min Session - $135
Up to 1-hour Session - $200
Eligibility Assessment Only - $50 (Not Available for All Programs)
Review Before Consultation
Personalized Document Checklist
Completion of Forms
Writing Letters

Eligibility criteria may vary depending on the specific pathway. Generally, individuals with skills, education, and work experience may be eligible. Open work permit holders, graduates, and skilled workers could explore these pathways.

An open work permit allows Hong Kong residents to work for any employer in Canada. It is one of the measures introduced to support individuals affected by changes in Hong Kong.

In many cases, yes. Spouses, common-law partners, and dependent children may be included in the application. However, specific requirements and eligibility criteria may apply.

Language proficiency requirements may vary. Some pathways may require individuals to demonstrate proficiency in English or French. The Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) or Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens (NCLC) scales are commonly used for language assessment.

Some pathways may prioritize individuals with Canadian post-secondary education credentials, considering it as a valuable asset. The credential often demonstrates an individual’s adaptability to the Canadian educational system.

The pathways often focus on skilled workers, graduates, and professionals. While entrepreneurial pathways may exist through other immigration streams, individuals with business backgrounds should explore specific business immigration programs.

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