Canadian Citizenship

All applications are subject Canada citizenship and immigration laws. For peace of mind, rely on our services to help you navigate Canadian citizenship and Immigration laws and to obtain all required documents. Contact us for a personalized consultation.

Citizenship Requirements: To be eligible to become a Canadian citizen, you must meet the conditions in all these areas: age, permanent resident status, time you have lived in Canada,  income tax filing, intent to reside, language skills, how well you know Canada, and prohibitions.

Citizenship application: Before you apply for citizenship, make sure you are eligible. We can help you with where and how to apply if you are over 18, under 18, have several family members, are in the Canadians Armed Forces and for urgent processing.

Citizenship Test / Ceremony: Once your application is being processed, you will receive a notice confirming it was received. You will receive a second notice inviting you for an interview. You must bring several documents to the interview. The notice will list all the documents you must bring. If you meet the requirements to apply for citizenship, you will receive a notice giving you the time and date for your test. You will also receive a copy of the study guide Discover Canada to applicants who are between 14-64 years of age. All the test questions are based on what's in the Discover Canada Guide. The citizenship ceremony is the final step to becoming a Canadian citizen. You will take the Oath of Citizenship and get your citizenship certificate there. You will receive a notice telling you to attend a ceremony and take the oath, if you meet all of the conditions.

Passport application: The forms and documents you need to submit may be different depending on where you are. To apply for a passport, you must be a Canadian citizen and 16 years of age and over. There are different requierements depending whether you are applying for a new passport, renewing your Canadian passport and if you are a child under 16.