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Mar,20,19

Citizenship Application

Are you ready to become a Canadian citizen? But you have to follow Canadian citizenship law, some important procedures to become a citizen. You must be physically present in Canada and the time a person spends in Canada before becoming a permanent resident can be considered a physical presence requirement. It helps you to be eligible to apply for Canadian citizenship. Let know a few important things, which can help raise the criteria for new physical residency for you.

How much longer do you need to stay in Canada to be eligible to become a Canadian citizen?

You must be physically present in Canada for at least 3 years before you can apply. Counting the time you spend in Canada before becoming a permanent resident is very important. However you need documents for a period of 5 years just before the date of your application. However, you do not need to count the previous days as full days to become a permanent resident because they are counted as half days. So if you are thinking of calculating your physical presence, please keep this in mind.

Why is immigration status important?

 You must have immigration status if you want to be a permanent resident and calculate the time you spend in Canada. It can be a temporary resident (student, visitor, worker or temporary resident permit holder) or protected person.

 What happens if you stay away from Canada during qualification?

 If you have been away from Canada during the qualifying period, you may have spent 183 days or more in another country (outside of Canada) in the last 4 years, which can be a problem for you. If this happens to you, you must obtain a police certificate from that country in order to submit your citizenship application to Canada. Our lawyers will help to solve that problem and help you take the final step towards Canadian citizenship. Not only that, it will give you the right advice to move on to the next step.