Citizenship in Canada

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Canada offers citizenship through naturalization and by birth in Canada.

Eligibility Requirements

​To obtrain a Citizenship in Canada, an applicant must be a permanent resident and have lived in Canada for 3 out of the last 5 years (1095 days).

The applicant must have filed taxes (If applicable)

Pass a test on citizens’ rights, responsibilities and their knowledge of Canada.

Prove language ability: If you are between the ages of 18 and 54, you must meet the Canadian Language Benchmark.

Minor Application (under 18 years of age)- Minors under 18 years of age may apply for citizenship with parents.

​​You may be ineligible for Citizenship in Canada if you:

  • Are under a removal order
  • Have a criminal record or are facing changes in Canada
  • Been refused Canadian citizenship as a result of misrepresentation
  • Had your Canadian citizenship revoked​​​

Applying for your Citizenship?We can help you out!

Did you study in Canada and now applying for Citizenship in Canada?

If you studied in Canada, got a work permit and then your permanent residence. Now, you’re looking to apply for your citizenship in Canada, your physical presence requirements are not 3 years (1095 days), your requirements are 730 days which is 2 years. You can book a free call and ask us anything!

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