Canadian citizenship is a legal status that gives individuals the right to live, work, and participate in Canadian society. Here are some of the main requirements and steps for becoming a Canadian citizen:
Eligibility: To be eligible for Canadian citizenship, you must have permanent resident status in Canada, have lived in Canada for at least three years (1,095 days) out of the last five years, and meet other criteria such as language proficiency and knowledge of Canada.
Application: To apply for Canadian citizenship, you must complete the citizenship application form, gather the required documents, and pay the application fee.
Citizenship test: If your application is approved, you will be required to take a citizenship test to demonstrate your knowledge of Canada’s history, government, and laws.
Citizenship ceremony: After passing the citizenship test, you will be invited to attend a citizenship ceremony where you will take the Oath of Citizenship and officially become a Canadian citizen.
It’s important to note that the eligibility requirements and application process can vary depending on individual circumstances, such as age, military service, and criminal history.
Call or email Skylake Immigration to find out your eligibility.