To get a Canadian permanent resident card, applicants must gain permanent resident status, fill out the application forms, pay the fees and send the application to Citizenship and Immigration Canada, as described on the ... More »

A United States permanent resident whose 10-year green card has expired or is to expire within the next six months replaces or renews her green card by filing Form I-90, according to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Serv... More »

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Permanent resident card fee information is available online at USCIS.gov, according to the website. Individuals can click the Forms link on the top left of the home page and then click the I-485, Apply for a Green Card l... More »

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Resources for information about immigrating to Canada are available on the Government of Canada's Immigration and Citizenship website, according to the Government of Canada. Information available includes detailing of im... More »

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Access application forms for Canadian immigration via the website of the Canadian government by clicking on the “My Application“ option under the "Immigration" tab and then on the Find Forms and Guides heading. The desir... More »

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At the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services interview, the USCIS officer verifies information on the written application and discusses any changes in the applicant's status since submitting the forms, reports Nolo. ... More »

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The Canadian Department of Citizenship and Immigration grants citizenship, issues passports and travel documents, manages the arrival of immigrants and refugees and offers various programs to that help newcomers settle i... More »