The Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Section 19) and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Section 6) gives a person with Canadian citizenship the right to enter and remain in Canada. Canada allows multiple citizenships and citizenship gives one the right to vote in elections, participate in government and all Charter rights and freedoms.
There are three ways to become a Canadian citizen – by way of birth in Canada, based on blood ties to a Canadian parent or by grant of citizenship. The grant of Canadian citizenship is called naturalization and requires a formal application. There are a number of forms and supporting documents needed for the application including identity and travel documents, your permanent resident card and proof of meeting a residency requirement, language proficiency test results (if 18 to 54 years of age) and a police certificate in some cases. A citizenship test and citizenship oath are also part of the citizenship process.
Your application is the first step to this very important milestone in your life, becoming a Canadian citizen. IS wants to help and makes it easy for you to prepare your application forms for citizenship. Let IS help you take this first step to becoming a Canadian citizen.Immigrate Simply saves you time and money by:
Streamlining the process of entering information
Providing hints and tips alongside questions
Printing all the immigration forms you need for your application with the information you entered
Download your completed application and checklist from Immigrate Simply and save it.
Provide the required documents listed on the checklist.
Submit all to IRCC to apply for Canadian Citizenship. Simple.
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