It depends on how/whether you are eligible to become a resident--employment, family and humanitarian applications take different amounts of time. .
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Depends on the basis for residency. Are you going to be sponsored by family or an employer. If the latter it will depend on your education and experience.Ask a similar question
It depends on what family or employment-based category that you qualify under.
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