Please help me.
What can I do to bring my wife, I completed my graduation in india and I'm going to remain in canada now to wotk. Will I be having problem without a PR? anyother problem? after it expires, cause i was told that i can not go out of canada and if i go, I could not possibly come back to canada. so would it be advisable to remain in canada even with the Expired PR. Is it not against law or a crime? Can i bring my wife under visiting visa? or anyother way i could bring my wife here to canada, cause i miss her so much, i just don't know what to do now. please help me with this.
you need to enter Canada before your PR expires, if you enter after it expires you will be refused entry and will have to apply for your PR from scratch. Depending on the immigration officer, they may question you about meeting your PR requirements, but they will let you in. Once you are inside Canada, you can go about your regular life in Canada until you have met your PR requirements (stay in canada for 2 years within the last 5 years) at which point you would apply to renew your PR. When you apply to renew your PR the 5 year window preceeding that date is locked in (so if you apply on jan 1st 2014, they only look between jan 1 2009 to dec 31 2013). within those 5 years preceeding your application you need to show that you stayed in canada for at least 2 years. during this process of renewing your PR, or while you are spending time in canada to build up the 2 years residing in canada, you cannot leave cause your PR would have expired and if you do leave you will have no way back inside. if this does happen, you will have to apply to immigrate to canada all over again.
your wife can apply for a visit visa, but to get a visit visa most embassies will want to make sure that the applicant does not overstay their visa. they look for strong ties to their home country, which would compel the applicant to return either before or when the visa expires. your wife having you in canada is a very strong tie, so she will need very strong ties in india to balance that out. if she can't prove those strong ties to india, then the visa issuing officer will believe she has no intention to leave canada once the visa is over and will refuse the visa. strong ties that she can show are job (employment letter, letter from boss showing that you have x number of weeks off and that you will resume your job on date y), studies (having already paid for the next semester, thus needing to return to finish your studies), family (need to be stronger than that of husband, ie. you). you should include all of that in her application for a visit visa, focus on showing strong ties to india for which she will have to return.
unfortunately, since you won't be meeting the residency obligation, you can't sponsor her now. you can do so once you meet your obligation and have renewed your PR.