Permanent residency refers to a person’s resident status in a country of which they are not a citizen. This is usually for an indefinite period; a person with such status is known as a permanent resident.

Permanent residency itself is distinct from right of abode, which waives immigration control for such persons. Persons having permanent residency still require immigration control if they do not have right of abode. However, a right of abode automatically grants people permanent residency. This status also gives permission to work in most cases.

The following countries currently offer migration:

Immigration rules keep changing & new options are available frequently. If the country of your choice is not on the list above, please E-mail us& we will evaluate you for that country.There are many types of permanent residency options.Listed below are the important ones. Most countries offer a long term visa for the applicant, his spouse and children. The visa can be converted to citizenship in most cases.Skilled Immigration

  • Points Based.
  • Most people below the age of 51 years old, with an occupation (listed on each country’s list), 2+ years of work experience & good English / French are eligible for this.
  • It is the most popular way of settling overseas.

State/Territory/Province Sponsored Immigration

  • Similar to skilled immigration.
  • Occupation must be listed on the state list.
  • Long term visa converted to PR & citizenship.
  • Employer based immigration

Family Migration

Some countries offer permanent residency anyone who has a parent, brother, sister, uncle, aunt or first cousin overseas.The sponsoring relative needs to be an citizen or a permanent resident of that country.
















New Zealand.