If you want to submit your Citizen Application for Canadian citizenship, you can achieve this through the Citizenship Act. To apply for Canadian citizenship, you must be a permanent resident of Canada, physically present in Canada, and meet other citizenship requirements, in addition to the residency requirements. Consider the following when applying for Canadian citizenship:

  • You must have lived in Canada for at least 1095 days in the previous five years and meet all of the citizenship residency requirements.
  • If required, you should also have filed your taxes.
  • To apply, you must be at least 18 years old.
  • You must pass a citizenship Test.
  • You must have to prove your language skills.

You may also be eligible if you have spent time outside of Canada in the following cases:

  • Federal Public Administration
  • Armed Forces of Canada
  • Public Services of a territory.

Who’s ineligible for Citizenship?

You are ineligible to become a Canadian citizen If you were convicted of a crime in or outside of Canada, you’ve been served with a deportation/removal order, You have failed to meet the terms and conditions of residency requirements, and You have previously been denied citizenship due to misinterpretation.

Language Requirements

Those seeking Canadian citizenship must also meet the minimum language requirements, which are mainly either an A transcript or diploma from postsecondary studies in English or French, language test results from an approved testing agency, and evidence of achievement for the Canadian Level Benchmark 4 or higher.

Ready to take the next step and become a Canadian citizen? Gunness & Associates is here to help. Our team of seasoned immigration experts will provide you with tailored support throughout the citizenship application process. We understand the importance of this milestone and will work with you to ensure a smooth and successful outcome. Don’t wait any longer, reach out to us today and let us help make your Canadian dream a reality.