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How Do I Ace the Canadian Citizenship Test

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Getting Your Canadian Citizenship

Becoming a Canadian citizen means you have reached the milestone for your immigration journey. There are so many privileges and benefits of being a Canadian citizen. For example, Canadian citizens have the opportunity to exercise their democratic right to vote and even more, actually become involved with a political party or leadership campaign. Furthermore, if you are a Canadian citizen, that means you may travel with ease without worrying about the expiry date of your permanent residence and your residency obligation. In order to obtain your Canadian citizenshipCanadian citizenship, you will undergo three steps: application stage, test, and oath. In this blog, you will learn specifically about the Canadian citizenship test.

Who is Required to Take the Test

If you are between the ages of 18 and 54 when you submit your Canadian citizenship application Canadian citizenship application, then you are required to take the test. Failure to do so will result in the refusal of your application.

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3 Ways of Becoming a Canadian Citizen

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Becoming a Canadian Citizen

When a foreign national obtains permanent residency in Canada, this is the first step towards eventually obtaining Canadian citizenship. It is the desire and dream of many permanent residents in Canada to one day finally be able to call themselves citizens of this wonderful country. Much like obtaining permanent residency in Canada, there are several requirements and conditions that permanent residents have to abide by in order to successfully obtain Canadian citizenship. Many permanent residents are curious as to which routes would be the best to obtain citizenship. In this blog, you will learn about the 3 ways to obtain Canadian citizenship.

How to Obtain Canadian Citizenship

The most important part of successfully obtaining Canadian citizenship is first obtaining permanent residency in Canada. This may actually be the most difficult part of the process of obtaining Canadian citizenship. Any permanent resident of Canada can verify that the process of successfully obtaining permanent residency is a difficult endeavor. Once they have received their permanent residency, however, there are several more requirements and conditions in order for them to proceed to apply for Canadian citizenship.

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Child Born to a Canadian Citizen Outside of Canada

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When a Child is Born to a Canadian Citizen Outside of Canada

There are many Canadian citizens who live outside of Canada and have established a family abroad. As a result, most times, they would like their children to also have Canadian citizenship. However, there are certain circumstances that allow the children to gain citizenship and others that do not allow them to gain citizenship. This can often be a complicated and confusing process to go through for the Canadian parent. Therefore, in this article, I will address how to determine whether your child is a Canadian citizen or not and the steps to take in order for them to gain citizenship.

How to Determine Whether a Child is a Canadian

It is important to recognize that every circumstance is different depending on several factors. The official way in determining whether or not your child is a Canadian citizen is by applying for a proof of citizenship on their behalf. This option is only available for Canadian citizens who were citizens at the time their child was born. Evidently, if you obtained Canadian citizenship after your child was born, they do not automatically become Canadian citizens.

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