Become a Canadian Citizen

We will support you to become a Canadian citizen

Having Canadian Citizenship is something many immigrants dream of. Getting Canadian Citizenship comes with many benefits. Once you're a citizen, you can vote if you are at least 18 years old, have lived in Canada for at least three years, and know about Canada and the responsibilities citizenship brings. When you become a citizen, your passport gives you access to more than 100 countries without needing a visa! It also opens up doors for jobs with the government in Canada. However, when someone becomes a citizen it doesn't mean that their old Citizenship disappears - they still hold onto their original citizenship from their home nation! This is one benefit of becoming a citizen in Canada, allowing dual citizenship!

We will apply for citizenship for you

To become a Canadian citizen, you must:

  • Be a permanent resident.
  • Have lived in Canada for 3 out of the last 5 years (1095 days).
  • Have filed your taxes if you need to.
  • Pass a test on your rights, responsibilities, and knowledge of Canada.
  • Prove your language skills in English or French.

If you need to know if you can apply, how to apply, forms, fees and processing times

Getting the Application Package:

This package contains the instruction guide and the necessary forms that you need to fill out.

The application package may differ according to your condition:

  • If you are an Adult.
  • Parent or guardian who are applying for their children (under 18).
  • Minor who does not have a Canadian parent and will be living alone.
  • An adult who is former personnel of the Canadian Armed Force.
  • Canadian citizen adopting a foreign child.
  • A person without a state who has a Canadian parent.

Pay Your Fees:

The fees vary if you are an adult (18 and above) or a minor (under 18). The fees involve:

  • The processing fees.
  • The right of citizenship fee.

If there are multiple applications you are submitting, it is better to pay the fees altogether. When you pay the fees online, you are allowed to apply. Always include the fee receipt with the form.

Submit the Application:

  • The application form should be complete.
  • The date on the form signed should be mentioned (never use a date in the future or past)
  • The application and physical presence calculation form should have the same application date.
  • Mention if you are an Adult (18 or above).
  • Comment if you are a minor (under 18) who does not have a Canadian parent and will be living alone.
  • Complete the application and send it by courier or regular mail.

Send it as soon as possible after you have signed and dated the application form. If the application is received after 90 days, it will be sent back to you.

We will guide you to prepare for Citizenship test and interview, what to study, what happens on test day

Our team is always ready to provide you the best advice and support for any questions you have in mind as well prepare you for the citizenship test and interview.

Get proof of citizenship, we can apply for a citizenship certificate, which is accepted as citizenship proof and to search for citizenship records

When applying for proof of citizenship, applicants must be able to present sufficient and pertinent evidence from one of three categories so as to support their claim to Canadian citizenship. These include:

(1) a certificate of birth abroad issued by the province

(2) the declaration of retention or restoration of Canadian citizenship; or

(3) documentation from a Canadian province or territory showing that at least one parent was a Canadian citizen who also lived in the said province or territory for at least 6 months prior to the applicant’s birth.


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