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Citizenship

Preparing for the Canadian Citizenship Test and Interview

The Canadian citizenship test is conducted after you have applied for citizenship and have met the other requirements for becoming a Canadian. If you apply for citizenship when you are between the ages of 18 and 54, you will generally need to take the test, but you can prepare ahead of time so you have …

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How to Get Citizenship in Canada

Citizenship Benefits People from all over the world are interested in becoming citizens of Canada because of its reputation. There are many benefits one might enjoy when one becomes a citizen: Federal Healthcare It’s easier to have family immigrate Citizens cannot be deported unless it is found that their immigration applications were filed fraudulently. Citizens can use …

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What Are the Privileges of Canadian Citizenship?

Permanent Residents can apply for Canadian citizenship after a certain amount of time and as long as they have lived in Canada for three of the previous four years. Note that two of those years must be spent as a Permanent Resident, which means that up to one year of that qualifying period can be spent as …

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Proof of Canadian Citizenship

A Canadian citizenship certificate must be possessed by a Canadian citizen to prove that he is a citizen of the country. A Canadian citizenship certificate is issued to a person who is: born in Canada born outside Canada to Canadian parents, and a permanent resident who has been granted Canadian citizenship. The Canadian citizenship certificate contains your family and …

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Applying for Citizenship for a Child Born Outside of Canada to a Canadian Parent

A person may qualify for Canadian citizenship even if they were born outside of Canada if one of their parents was a Canadian citizen at the time of their birth. In order to confirm one’s citizenship one will have to apply for a citizenship certificate with Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), the official governmental body responsible for immigration …

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