Canadian Citizenship was first created in 1947 by the Canadian Citizenship Act. The benefits of Canadian Citizenship include being able to live permanently in one of the world’s most peaceful and economically, socially, and politically stable societies, enjoying one of the most powerful passports, and having the right to vote, among a host of other advantages.
Eligibility & Conditions:
- Be a permanent resident
- Meet Canada’s physical presence requirements
- File your taxes, if necessary
- Pass a Canadian citizenship test
- Prove your language skills