We get lots of questions about Canadian citizenship. Here are some quick tips about applying.
You must be 18 years of age or older to apply for citizenship.
You must have resided in Canada for 3 years or 1095 days in the past 4 years.
You may be able to count the days you spent in Canada prior to becoming a permanent resident.
Canada has 2 official languages, English and French. It is imperative that you know one of these languages. If you are between the ages of 18 and 54 you will require proof of your ability to understand of speak either of these languages.
The following are a list of reasons why one would not be able to apply for citizenship.
If you had 3 citizenships taken away from you within the last 5 years.
To become a citizen of Canada you must demonstrate an understanding of Canadian history, and values.
Contact us so that we can clarify any possible questions you may have. Looking forward to hearing from you!
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