Every immigrant has a final goal to become a citizen of a country and enjoy the full range of advantages that one can avail through it. People holding a Canadian Permanent Residency Card and who meet further eligibility requirements have the option to apply for Canadian Citizenship.
With its liberal policies for immigrants and friendly environment for residents, most people have Canada on top of their migration list. Because of this, it has become an easy choice for Indians to opt moving to Canada.
Culture-wise it has the most diverse communities and each one is equally respected and thought about. Migrating can seem a little scary to some, but when you are assured of having the same community in the destination country as well, just like you had one at home, then leaving family behind or distancing from your roots aren’t the most logical arguments.
Canadian Citizenship Requirements
For becoming a Canadian Citizen, one needs to meet the eligibility criteria which is:
The applicant must be a permanent resident of Canada and lived in the country for at least 1,095 days
There must be proof that the applicant has filed all necessary taxes for minimum of 3 years in the last 5 years
The applicant must show proof of English/French language proficiency
The applicant must prove to be a responsible Canadian Citizen
There should be no pending clauses in the PR status of the applicant
The applicant mustn’t be issued a removal order at any time
There should be no violation of Immigration Laws or ties to any criminal activity during the stay of the resident.
Process for Canadian Citizenship Application
Given below is the process that you need to follow to successfully submit your citizenship application.
Fill out the application form
Pay all relevant fees
Submit the Citizenship application
Application & Processing Fee
Adult (18 and over) (Processing fee $530 and right of citizenship fee $100) = $630
Minor (under 18) (Processing fee $100) = $100
For each applicant 18 years of age and older applying under subsection 5(1) =$530
For each child applying under subsection 5(2) =$100
Canadian Citizenship Test/Interview
Who is required to take the test/interview?
What comes in the test?
The Canadian citizenship test includes questions related to Canadian:
Citizenship in Canada for Minors
These are the details for minors (under the age of 18 years) who wish to apply for Canadian Citizenship.
Application Processing Time
The average processing time for a Canadian Citizenship application is 12 months but this can differ if your case has any specific requirements.
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