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Month: November 2017

Canadian Citizenship Application Checklist

Applying for Canadian citizenship is a journey with many steps. You will need to establish whether you qualify for citizenship, you will need to meet residency and other requirements, and you will need to apply. If you are an adult, your application will include Form CIT 0002 (Application for Canadian Citizenship — Adults). As part …

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English Test Requirement for Canadian Citizenship

In order to become a citizen of Canada, applicants between the ages of 18 and 54 must show “an adequate knowledge” of either English or French, the two official languages of Canada. For the purposes of citizenship, “adequate knowledge” means an applicant meets Level 4 speaking and listening ability of the Niveaux de compétence Linguistique …

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PR Card Renewal Document Checklist

If you need to renew your PR card because it has expired, you will need to submit an application with the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Lost, stolen, destroyed or expired permanent resident cards issued by the IRCC can be replaced by filing Form IMM 5444. Along with that, you will need to submit …

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How to Apply As a Landed Immigrant in Canada?

In the past, the term “landed immigrant” was used to describe a legal resident of Canada who could work and live in the country but who did not have Canadian citizenship. Today, this term is no longer used. Instead, what many people consider a “landed immigrant” describes permanent resident status. Are You Eligible? Permanent resident …

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