The perception of any of the visa program, whether it is a Work Permit or a Permanent Residency, is to travel to a country proposing a solution to the hitches faced in the present abode, but choosing a better option out of the two is a baffling task.
Work Permit: in one instance sounds very easy and alluring with fewer paper work requirements and perceptibly the processing time is also as fast as compared to Permanent Residence application. All of which means, that you can reach your dream country faster, but this greed of relocating fast makes us forget the temporary and obstinate nature of work permit visa.
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The other cons of this visa are that a person is always granted a closed work permit which means that you will be restricted to work for the same employer at the same position until the employer no longer requires your services or your visa has expired, here Permanent Residence Visa comes as a resolution to all the glitches of Work Permit. Being a PR means you and your dependent family can live, study and work anywhere in the country with the same liberties as of a citizen. They can enjoy almost all the rights and social benefits of a Canadian citizen.
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