To become a Canadian citizen, most applicants must
• be a permanent resident
• have lived in Canada for at least 3 out of the last 5 years (1,095 days)
• have filed their taxes
• pass a citizenship test
• prove their language skills in English or French
We can help you with getting the citizenship, resuming Citizenship, give up citizenship of Canada if you decide to do so. Adults, Minors, and a child born or adopted by a Canadian Parent outside
of Canada can also apply for Canadian Citizenship. Minors under 18 years of age and Seniors over the age of 54 do not require any language test or do not need to pass the citizenship test.
Permanent Resident Cards-
When you are travelling, you need a permanent resident (PR) card to prove you’re a PR when you return to Canada. Apply for a PR card or travel document, get urgent processing or check the status of your application. If your PR card expired, you can renew your card. You still have your PR status even if your PR card expired. Returning to Canada without a permanent resident (PR) card You need a valid PR card to return to Canada by plane, train, bus, or boat.
• If you’re outside Canada: apply for a Permanent Resident Travel Document (PRTD) to return to Canada
• If you want to leave Canada: renew your PR card before you leave
• If you don’t get your card in time, apply for a PRTD from outside Canada