The Permanent Residency Questionnaire is a valuable tool used by Canadian Immigration Authorities to correctly assess the genuineness and extract detailed information from applicants seeking to renew their Permanent Residence visas or applications for Canadian Citizenship. When an immigration officer feels that the presented information is inadequate, he requests for this 8 to 10-page document to be filled up. The document is cleverly drafted, it’s questions help bring out the truth behind any application and enable a correct assessment. Nowadays, receiving a Permanent Residency Questionnaire is quite common due to an increase in fraud cases and misrepresentations. Those who frequently fly in and out of the Canada are served with this form since Immigration Officials wish to assess the correctness of dates and period of stay in Canada. The questionnaire itself, asks exhaustive details about the applicant’s work history, current and previous addresses, educational qualifications and other details of the applicant and other family members.