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Citizenship Application - CANUS Immigration Express Entry, Canadian PR

The Residence Calculator provides candidates that have not resided in Canada long enough with an estimated time of when they would be eligible for application. Applicants that have either or both parents as citizens of Canada (depending on where they were born) may sometimes already have Canadian citizenship without realizing it.

Thinking of Applying for Canadian Citizenship?

Here’s the perfect instructional guide on how to successfully get Canada Citizenship approval.

Citizenship Application Eligibility Criteria

To become and enjoy the benefits of being a Canadian citizen, applicants must:

Present proof of speaking and writing proficiency in either French or English (Canada’s official languages)

Be a permanent resident (PR) at the time of application

Have resided in Canada as permanent residents for not less than 1,095 days in the space of the last five years before the application

Provide proof that shows they have continually filed their taxes for at least three years within a 5-year timeframe.

Also expect to pay and clear all pending income tax payments before forwarding their citizenship applications

The Immigration, Refugees, and Citizens Canada (IRCC) would gladly turn down submitted applications of applicants that do not attach acceptable proof of their proficiency in English or French languages. Further information on the language requirements for potential Canadian citizenship applicants can be found on the IRCC website.

Applicants that currently serve or have once served as Canadian Armed Forces are eligible for a fast-track process towards becoming citizens. The Residence Calculator is a very helpful tool that helps Canadian Citizenship candidates determine if they have stayed in the country long enough as PRs.

The Residence Calculator provides candidates that have not resided in Canada long enough with an estimated time of when they would be eligible for application. Applicants that have either or both parents as citizens of Canada (depending on where they were born) may sometimes already have Canadian citizenship without realizing it.

Persons that fall into this category can easily apply for proof of citizenship that would enable them to skip the first-stage application process of the Canadian Citizenship Program. Please note that applicants that have at any point in time been jailed, on probation, paroled, convicted of an indictable crime, or currently serving time could never be Canadian citizens.

Citizenship Application Eligibility Criteria

The Application Process

To get started, applicants have to follow these steps to get their citizenship application process in motion:

Check out the Canadian Citizen Application Package on the IRCC website to download and fill out the necessary information

Read and attach all supporting documents

Pay for the application fee

Submit the completed application to the Centralized Intake Office (CIO) in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada

Applicants can scroll through the IRCC website for relevant information about processing times.
Stay connected to our Discussion Forum to get access to testimonials from previous successful Canadian Citizenship applicants and a chance to post your questions.

Do I Have To Write a Test?

Candidates that successfully get their applications approved have to take the citizenship test. Young applicants below 18 years and persons above the age of 54 do not need to take the tests. Access helpful information on how to prepare for a citizenship test here.

Is Fingerprints Registration a Necessary Requirement

Yes, applicants may have to register their fingerprints or/and provide court documents when applying for the citizenship program. The procedure is to screen all applicants ensuring no one is prohibited under the Citizenship Act.

For more information or consultation session to discuss your needs, contact CanUS immigration Advisory today at (905) 673-9176 or info@canusimmigration.ca

FAQs

The processing time for Canadian Citizenship is 12 months

Grant of citizenship fee, the search of records fee, processing fee, Renunciation of citizenship fee, proof of citizenship fee, and rights of citizenship fees.

Everyone between the age of 18 and 54, pass the eligibility requirements, isn’t applying through a representative, and a permanent resident.

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 Unit 201-7025, Tomken Road, Mississauga, ON

  Call Us: (905) 673-9176

  Email Us: info@canusimmigration.ca

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  Call Us: (905)291-1030

  Email Us: maninder@canusimmigration.ca

  Suite 203, 150 Dufferin Avenue, London, ON

  Call Us: (519) 821-2777

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Thinking of Applying for Canadian Citizenship?

Here’s the perfect instructional guide on how to successfully get Canada Citizenship approval.

Citizenship Application Eligibility Criteria

To become and enjoy the benefits of being a Canadian citizen, applicants must:

Present proof of speaking and writing proficiency in either French or English (Canada’s official languages)

Be a permanent resident (PR) at the time of application

Have resided in Canada as permanent residents for not less than 1,095 days in the space of the last five years before the application

Provide proof that shows they have continually filed their taxes for at least three years within a 5-year timeframe.

Also expect to pay and clear all pending income tax payments before forwarding their citizenship applications

The Immigration, Refugees, and Citizens Canada (IRCC) would gladly turn down submitted applications of applicants that do not attach acceptable proof of their proficiency in English or French languages. Further information on the language requirements for potential Canadian citizenship applicants can be found on the IRCC website.

Applicants that currently serve or have once served as Canadian Armed Forces are eligible for a fast-track process towards becoming citizens. The Residence Calculator is a very helpful tool that helps Canadian Citizenship candidates determine if they have stayed in the country long enough as PRs.

The Residence Calculator provides candidates that have not resided in Canada long enough with an estimated time of when they would be eligible for application. Applicants that have either or both parents as citizens of Canada (depending on where they were born) may sometimes already have Canadian citizenship without realizing it.

Persons that fall into this category can easily apply for proof of citizenship that would enable them to skip the first-stage application process of the Canadian Citizenship Program. Please note that applicants that have at any point in time been jailed, on probation, paroled, convicted of an indictable crime, or currently serving time could never be Canadian citizens.

Citizenship Application Eligibility Criteria

The Application Process

To get started, applicants have to follow these steps to get their citizenship application process in motion:

Check out the Canadian Citizen Application Package on the IRCC website to download and fill out the necessary information

Read and attach all supporting documents

Pay for the application fee

Submit the completed application to the Centralized Intake Office (CIO) in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada

Applicants can scroll through the IRCC website for relevant information about processing times.
Stay connected to our Discussion Forum to get access to testimonials from previous successful Canadian Citizenship applicants and a chance to post your questions.

Do I Have To Write a Test?

Candidates that successfully get their applications approved have to take the citizenship test. Young applicants below 18 years and persons above the age of 54 do not need to take the tests. Access helpful information on how to prepare for a citizenship test here.

Is Fingerprints Registration a Necessary Requirement

Yes, applicants may have to register their fingerprints or/and provide court documents when applying for the citizenship program. The procedure is to screen all applicants ensuring no one is prohibited under the Citizenship Act.

For more information or consultation session to discuss your needs, contact CanUS immigration Advisory today at (905) 673-9176 or info@canusimmigration.ca

FAQs

The processing time for Canadian Citizenship is 12 months

Grant of citizenship fee, the search of records fee, processing fee, Renunciation of citizenship fee, proof of citizenship fee, and rights of citizenship fees.

Everyone between the age of 18 and 54, pass the eligibility requirements, isn’t applying through a representative, and a permanent resident.

---------   CANUS Immigration Consultancy Inc.

 Unit 201-7025, Tomken Road, Mississauga, ON

  Call Us: (905) 673-9176

  Email Us: info@canusimmigration.ca

  Unit 210A,2970 Drew Road, Mississauga, ON

  Call Us: (905)291-1030

  Email Us: maninder@canusimmigration.ca

  Suite 203, 150 Dufferin Avenue, London, ON

  Call Us: (519) 821-2777

---------   Our Certifications

---------   Get in Touch

Copyright © 2021 CANUS Immigration. All Rights Reserved.

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