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What You Need To Know About Canadian Citizenship In 2022
The Latest Updates To Help You With Your Canadian Citizenship Application.
Before the pandemic, Canada aimed to welcome approximately 340,000 permanent residents on a yearly basis. Now, the Immigration Levels Plan intends on welcoming about 450,000 each year by 2024—starting with the 431,645 permanent residents who will be entering Canada in 2022!
Naturally, many of these permanent residents will apply for Canadian citizenship once they are eligible. Canadian citizenship has seen some big delays due to COVID-19, which has sparked some concerns in terms of processing times and how COVID regulations might affect the success of one’s application.
Before You Apply
To become a Canadian citizen you must:
Be a Canadian Permanent Resident
Have lived in Canada for 3 out of the past 5 years
Have filed your taxes (if applicable)
Prove language proficiency
Successfully complete a citizenship test
The first step is to ensure that you meet all the requirements, you can consult the online application package that best fits your case. Then, you must decide whether you will apply online or using a paper application. Please keep in mind that, although the Canadian government is working toward giving more applicants the opportunity to apply online, only those who meet the criteria outlined here will be able to.
Let’s Navigate the Process Together
When applying for Canadian citizenship, it is important to remain patient, hopeful, aware of any changes in the process, and to ensure that you have completed your application entirely to prevent any unnecessary delays. We understand that navigating the pandemic has been a challenge for our world at large and for individuals, such as yourself reading this blog post. Therefore, we take pride in offering insight and empathetic support to those applying for Canadian citizenship.
Calver Immigration Consulting Inc. is rated Canada's number one boutique immigration consultancy. We serve clients across Canada and internationally. Our Registered Canadian Immigration Consultant has over 10 years of experience in Canadian Immigration law and over four years of experience serving those in Canada and abroad.
We can assist with applications for both temporary and permanent residency in Canada. We handle applications for study permits, permanent residency, family class sponsorship, visitor visas, work permits, and Canadian citizenship. We also handle criminal inadmissibility cases by developing remedies for refusal.
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