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Immigration Consultant in Mississauga, Brampton, ON

To be eligible to become a Canadian citizen, you must:

❖ be a permanent resident

❖ have lived in Canada for 3 out of the last 5 years

❖ prove your English or French language skills

❖ have filed your taxes if you need to

❖ pass a test on your rights, responsibilities, and knowledge of Canada


Other requirements may apply.

There are additional or different requirements if you are:


❖ applying for a minor (under age 18)

❖ a Canadian applying for your adopted child born outside Canada

❖ a current or former Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) member applying under the fast-track process

❖ a past Canadian citizen who want your Canadian citizenship back (including current and former CAF members)

❖ If you have lived in Canada as Temporary Resident, before becoming Permanent Resident


You do not automatically become a citizen when you marry a Canadian.


If you’re the spouse of a Canadian citizen, you must meet the same requirements listed above (no exception).


If you have a Canadian parent or grandparent, you may be a Canadian citizen.


Right Source Immigration Canada helps in all matters related with Canadian Citizenship Applications. Please Contact us


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