When individuals get an allowance for Canadian permanent residency, they can get a Canadian Permanent Resident Card. It represents the individual’s permanent residence status in Canada, which permits traveling to different parts of the country. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, also known as IRCC, assists such applications.
Permanent Resident Travel Document
An individual who is a permanent resident outside of Canada and wishes to enter the country can notably apply for a permanent resident travel document (PRTD). It is needed when the person does not have an authentic permanent resident card. Generally, it is valid for a single entry to Canada, and later you have to apply for a new one after its validity.
There are several immigration pathways for an individual to get permanent residency in Canada. Family and spousal sponsorship, express entry, caregiver and home support workers are other options for getting Canadian permanent residence.