Canadian Citizenship Applications

Applying for Canadian citizenship includes a formal application to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), a citizenship test, and some of the time, a citizenship interview.

Canadian citizenship requirements and application procedures were adjusted in June 2015.

Canadian Citizenship Requirements

To qualify, candidates must have:

  1. Since turned to a permanent inhabitant, been physically present in Canada for no less than 1,460 days (four years) in the six years instantly before you apply
  2. Since turned to a permanent occupant, been physically present in Canada for no less than 183 days amid any four schedule years that are completely or in part within the six years instantly before you apply
  3. Met any appropriate requirement under the Income Tax Act to file income taxes for any four taxation years that are completely or halfway within the six years instantly before you apply
  4. Expect to dwell in Canada OR work outside Canada in or with, or go with certain relatives employed in or with:
    • The Canadian Armed Forces; or
    • The federal public administration; or
    • The public service of an area.
    • The capacity to convey (talk and comprehend) in English or French (on the off chance that you are 65 years old or more older, this doesn’t apply); and
    • The capacity to show, in English or French, knowledge about Canada and the duties and benefits of citizenship (in the event that you are 65 years old or older, this doesn’t apply).

Canadian Citizenship Application Process

      • An application must be finished and sent to the proper IRCC office for the review. At the point when the application has been confirmed, the candidate will be sent a notice in the mail asking for that a citizenship test is taken.
      • Candidates somewhere around 14 and 64 years old are required to write a citizenship test, which tests the candidate’s information of Canadian history, topography, political process, and the rights and obligations of Canadian citizenship. immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada furnish all citizenship candidates with a study guide entitled A Look at Canada.
      • The test generally takes 30 minutes to finish.
      • Upon the arrival of the test, candidates are required to bring every single original document, including immigration documents, passport, photograph identification, and some other documents important to the candidate’s Permanent Residence in Canada.
      • In compliance with directions, some candidates have likewise requested that show up under before a citizenship judge for an interview. Interviews are for the most part 15 to 30 minutes long.

Minor Application (under 18 years old): Minors under 18 years old may apply for citizenship in the event that they are a permanent occupant and have a parent who is either a Canadian native, or who is applying for citizenship in the meantime. The completed application and handling fee is all that is required — they don’t have to take the citizenship test.

Canadian Citizenship Ineligibility

NOTE: It is essential to audit the reports gave to you when you first turned to a permanent inhabitant keeping in mind the end goal to confirm that all Terms and Conditions have been met. On the off chance that any of these Terms and Conditions are still outstanding, you may not be qualified for Canadian citizenship.

Moreover, you might be ineligible for Canadian citizenship in the event that you:

      • have a criminal record or are confronting criminal accusations in Canada or outside Canada;
      • have been requested to leave Canada;
      • have been denied Canadian citizenship as an after effect of misrepresentation; or
      • have had your Canadian citizenship renounced.

Get in touch with us for more info about the Canadian citizenship application process or for help with setting up an application.

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