Citizenship

Canadian Citizenship was first created in 1947 by the Canadian Citizenship Act. Today’s version of the law says both Canadian-born and naturalized citizens are equally entitled to a citizen’s rights and subject to the duties of a citizen. In 2014 the strengthening Canadian Citizenship Act brought about the first significant amendments to the Citizenship Act since 1977. However, these changes were repealed or amended by legislation passed in 2017.

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  • Rights and Responsibilities of Canadian Citizenship:
  • Canadian Citizenship has the right to apply for a Canadian Passport
  • Vote in Canadian elections
  • Run a political campaign
  • They have the right to leave and enter Canada freely and travel to 170+ countries visa-free.
  • Citizens are legally required to serve on a jury when called to do so.
  • Canada is one of the countries which recognize Dual Citizenship, so you don’t need to give up your previous passport.


Citizenship Test

After you submit the citizenship application, the final step will be taking the Canadian Citizenship test.

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