Permanent Residence in Canada

This service is aimed at every professional of any citizenship and/or residency, who is thinking about having and creating a PLAN B of life.

The steps to apply for the Canadian residence should be handled as an orderly, conscious and planned process to settle in another country. Keep in mind that you should seriously analyse an investment in a first-world residence, which later turns into a citizenship, in the same way as you invest in life insurance and policies, specially taking into account that Canada recognizes a migration necessity and respects the immigrant support. Considering the benefits a Canadian resident gets, investing in a residence of this kind should be the best business of your life and the best legacy you will leave to your family.


It is a type of visa that will allow you and your family to stay in Canada with the same rights as the Canadian citizens, with the exception of participating in public elections. In order to get the visa, applicants are to meet requirements and a specific score, as well as to follow a migration process for which Bertero and Associates, as a firm qualified in migration, formally offers you its specialized representation and consulting services to migrate to Canada.


Canada throughout its history has been built by three important cultures: English, French and indigenous. The English culture still is the most influential one, and throughout thetwentiethcentury Canada has received a great influx of different nationalities, which turns this beautiful country into a multicultural world where racism, discrimination and xenophobia problems are non-existent, a very important trait for those people who are thinking about changing their place of residence.

The development of the country makes employment available for almost everybody. Young people start their working life since their high school years, creating in them high ethical standards of hard and responsible work.


Canadian citizens and residents enjoy the four seasons, doing activities in each of them. In the winter they go snowboarding, skiing, ice-skating, ice-fishing, tobogganing, sled dog racing, or they just play in the snow. In the spring and summer people enjoy camping at the national parks, since cities count on several parks and green areas.


If you are rethinking your life and trying to program your future and that of your family, Canada could be the best destination to achieve your goals. When you and your family get the Canadian residency, the number of benefits you get are invaluable. Check them out next!!

  1. Living in the best country of the world. Canada is considered as one of the best countries of the world to live in on the basis of the status and quality of live its residents and citizens enjoy. It has been listed by the UN as the best country in the world during 7 consecutive years.
  2. Free primary and secondary education. 98 % of children study in FREE public schools and high schools, of excellent quality and level. In addition, the education is in English and French; your children will be trilingual!!!
  3. Free health system. The medical attention in Canada is free, being one of the best free health systems in the entire world.
  4. Government financing of higher education. A resident student may enjoy several benefits, apart from the fact that his studies can be financed in a great percentage by the Canadian government; he can work, have access to the health system, take undergraduate and postgraduate programs, as well as several masters’ programs offered by the best universities of the world which are located in Canada. And the best part!! The Canadian degree is recognised all over the world, which will open the doors for you, not only in Canada, but also all over the world. Quite important… the cost of studies for the Canadian resident is the same as that for the Canadian citizen!!! SAVE by applying for your resident visa.
  5. A high-quality social system. The Canadian government´s main slogan is to take care of and support everyone; this is reflected in the different social services such as health, education, infant subsidies, etc.
  6. Security. According to international statistics, Canada is one of the 4 safest countries in the world to live in. Have you ever wondered how it feels to feel safe 24 hours a day? Well, in Canada, security is an integral part of a Canadian resident and citizen life.
  7. Healthy and stable society. Canada is a country with more than 100 years of a stable democracy.
  8. FREE English and French Courses. Studying languages anywhere in the world implies a costly investment, however, if you are a Canadian resident, you and your family may benefit from completely free language studies and courses.
  9. Job opportunities. The Canadian resident has the same job opportunities as the Canadian citizen, according to the Employment Equity Act provided by the Canadian Government.
  10. Business opportunities. The Canadian Government promotes and supports small businesses. Its support is reflected in government loans of up to CAN $ 250.000 to start a business, being the government liable for 75% and you, for the remaining 25% only.
  11. Canadian Passport after 4 years of being a resident. This is one of the biggest added values you will have once you get your Canadian Permanent Resident Visa. After 3 years you may be a Canadian citizen without losing the original citizenship. The Canadian Passport is very welcomed all over the world, enabling you and your family to travel around the world with no need of a tourist visa.
  12. Sponsorship for family. Canada ensures family unity; accordingly, its migration plan comprises a suitable category which allows you and your spouse to apply for family reunification, which refers to those relatives such as parents and siblings who also wish to go to Canada and were not included in the first application.


  1. Professional degree: At least a year of post-secondary education supported with a degree, diploma or certificate.
  2. Optimum age: 18 – 35 years: the age factor does not automatically qualify or disqualify you.
  3. Knowledge of English or French: The level will depend on the applicant’s profile. The language competence is graded by means of official tests determined by the Canadian Government. The English test is the IELTS and the French test is the TEF, administered by the French Alliance.
  4. Job experience: A year minimum, it is not indispensable to have experience in the applicant’s area of education.
  5. There are other factors to be considered, such as the spouse’s level of English or French, having direct relatives in Canada or having legally studied or worked in Canada.