Canadian Citizenship

Canadian citizenship was first established in 1947 by the Canadian Citizenship Act. Since then, several important changes have been passed by the Canadian government. And today, the law provides that both Canadian-born and naturalized citizens are entitled to equal citizenship rights and citizenship duties. By law, everyone born in Canada is a Canadian citizen at birth, with a few exceptions (such as children of diplomats). At the same time, however, children born outside of Canada to Canadian parents must apply for a Canadian Citizenship Certificate to prove they are Canadian citizens.

Canadian citizens have the right to hold Canadian passports, vote in Canadian elections, or exercise their own political campaigns. You have full rights to live in Canada and the right to travel to and from Canada (visa-free travel to over 170 countries). Also, Canada is one of the countries that allows dual citizenship, so you don't have to give up your previous passport.

Obtaining a Canadian PR is the first step towards obtaining Canadian citizenship. Since 2010, Canada has welcomed an average of over 260,000 permanent residents each year. Additionally, Canada has the highest naturalization rate in the world, with 85% of eligible permanent residents being citizens.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is the federal agency that administers Canadian citizenship for both applicants for citizenship and current Canadian citizens. Before you can submit your application for Canadian citizenship, you must meet several IRCC requirements. These requirements include a minimum of three years of permanent residency, language, and residency requirements. The IRCC may return your application as incomplete if you fail to provide acceptable evidence that you meet the residency requirements or have a working knowledge of English or French. Therefore, given the long processing times for applications, it is important to avoid mistakes that can lead to further delays and even denials.

The final step after submitting your citizenship application is to take the Canadian citizenship test. If you pass the test and are recognized as a Canadian citizen, you will be invited to the naturalization ceremony.

Find a bright future in Canada with expert support and guidance.

Becoming a Canadian citizen is a dream for many people around the world. At KVD Immigration Inc, we want to help you make that dream a reality. Our team of experienced professionals provides personalized advice and support to help you navigate the complicated citizenship process. With our expertise, you can become a Canadian citizen and enjoy the many benefits it brings.

Citizenship Application Assistance

Our team will guide you through the entire citizenship application process, ensuring you meet all eligibility requirements and ensuring you submit a complete and accurate application.

Citizenship Test Preparation

The citizenship test is an important step in the process of becoming a Canadian citizen. Our team provides resources and support to help you prepare for your exams and ensure you have the knowledge and confidence to pass.

Citizenship Ceremony Support

Once your citizenship application has been approved, our team will guide you through the final steps including a citizenship ceremony where you will take the citizenship oath and officially become a Canadian citizen.

Choose KVD Immigration Inc as your trusted partner for all your Canadian immigration needs. With our personal approach, expert advice, and commitment to your success are within reach.

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