First Canadian Citizenship Act became law on January 1, 1947. Any person born in Canada after Feb 14, 1947, in most cases, has been automatically a Canadian Citizen.
After obtaining permanent residence, the final step in the pursuit of the Canadian Immigration dream is getting Canadian Citizenship. Canadian Citizenship is the final step that will enable you to say “I am Canadian”. Becoming a Canadian Citizen means you will be formalizing a bond between you and Canada and all that this country stands for. Canadian Citizenship is a huge privilege and it gives various rewards.
Canadian Citizenship can be obtained by birth or by naturalization. Naturalization is a process by which immigrants can acquire Canadian Citizenship. A Canadian permanent resident may become eligible after three years of getting his/her PR status.
Conditions for Citizenship
An individual must meet the eligibility requirements of Immigration Refugee and Citizenship Canada’s (IRCC) before applying for Canadian Citizenship. They must:
CANARCH can help you prepare your Canadian Citizenship application to make sure you achieve your goal. Our knowledgeable team stays up to date with all Citizenship laws and regulations.