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Determine Eligibility:  Your eligibility will be assessed based on your age, education, work experience, and language proficiency. 

Choose Program: The immigration program best suits your qualifications and goals, such as Express Entry, PNP, or Family Sponsorship. 

Create a Profile Online:  Create an online profile for programs like Express Entry and submit your credentials.

You will receive an invitation to apply for permanent residence if you meet all the criteria for PR.

Submit Application: Complete and submit the required application forms and supporting documents within the specified timeframe. 

Medical Exam: Undergo a medical examination by a designated physician to ensure you meet Canada's health standards. 

Police Clearance: Obtain police clearance certificates from all countries where you've lived for six months or longer since you were 18. 

Biometrics:  Provide biometric data, i.e. fingerprints and photos, at a designated location if required.

Wait for Processing: Wait for your application to be processed, which can take several months, depending on the program and your circumstances. 

Receive a Decision: Receive a decision on your application. You'll be issued a Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) if approved.