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Do you have any children who are permanent residents in Canada or Canadian citizens?
Are you willing to work in Canada for a while? Are you a skilled worker?
Unfortunately there seems to be no grounds for your immigrating to Canada.
That means that you do have any grounds for applying to be a permanent resident.
It is the same as moving to the US. We can visit but we cannot move there unless we get a green card. Our permanent residency status is your green card.
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