Canadian Citizenship

The majority of permanent residents choose Canadian citizenship after obtaining permanent residence status in Canada. Due to the high standard of living, people’s security and safety, and access to various government services, Canadian citizenship allows them to vote and run in elections. Furthermore, Canadian passport holders are exempt from obtaining an entry visa in over 120 countries.

After satisfying the prerequisites, such as staying in Canada for at least three years, Canadian permanent residents can apply for citizenship.

After gaining permanent residence status and establishing language ability in either English or French (with exceptions for senior citizens), a clean criminal record, and other requirements,

Applying for Canadian citizenship is simple, but it can result in a lot of paperwork and hassles, especially if the individual has been out of Canada for a long time or has a lot of travel history.