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A citizen of Canada enjoys a lot more privileges than a permanent residency holder does. If you meet all the requirements for citizenship you can take the citizenship test. Within six months of passing the test you are invited to the oath taking ceremony for the Canadian citizenship.

There are certain rights and privileges which you are entitled to as a Canadian citizen. These rights include right to free thought, speech, practice religion, vote, assemble peacefully, aboriginal people’s rights, mobility rights, equality right and legal rights.


To be eligible for a Canadian citizenship, you need to fulfill certain eligibility criteria:

You must be 18 years old or above to apply. If you have a dependent child below 18 years of age, you can apply for their citizenship if they are a permanent resident and eligible to apply for a citizenship. You must be their biological parent, adoptive parent or legal guardian.
You must have a valid permanent residency status in Canada to apply for a Canadian citizenship. You must not be involved in any criminal activity.
You must have been physically present in Canada as a permanent resident for at least 1095 days during the 5 years right before the date you sign your application.
You need to prove your ability to communicate in either of the two official languages of Canada – English or French. The citizenship office will evaluate your language skills during your citizenship interview.
You must have filed for income tax for any income earned during your stay in Canada.
While you apply for your citizenship, you must prove your intent to reside in the country. Once you are granted citizenship, you can enter, remain or leave Canada anytime.
You have to undergo a test to check your familiarity with Canadian values and culture. The citizenship test usually is combined of questions about Canada’s history, values, institutions, symbols, rights, responsibilities and privileges etc.
You must not be inadmissible, or undergoing trial in or outside Canada, you might not be eligible to apply for citizenship until you are rehabilitated.

If you have served in the Canadian armed forces, you are eligible to apply under a fast-track citizenship process.


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Canada uses the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) candidates who want to immigrate to Canada

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