Apply for a Canadian Citizenship

The Canadian Citizenship Act of 1947 was the law that initially made it possible to get Canadian citizenship. Since then, a number of significant revisions have been approved by the governments of Canada. According to the Act, all people who are born in Canada are automatically citizens of Canada at the time of their birth, with a few minor exclusions (such as the children of diplomats). However, in order to demonstrate that they are Canadian citizens, children who were born in a country other than Canada to a parent who is a citizen of Canada are need to make an application to get a Canadian Citizenship Certificate. While this may confuse some, I Fly Immigration in Mississauga gives you clarity on the Canadian Citizenship application process, so you completely understand what it takes to earn your Canadian Citizenship.

Citizens of Canada are entitled to a number of privileges, including the ability to carry a Canadian passport, vote in Canadian elections, and launch their own political campaigns. They have the absolute right to live in Canada, as well as the freedom to leave and enter the country (they are permitted visa-free travel to more than 170 countries). You don't have to give up your prior passport because Canada is one of the countries that recognize dual citizenship; therefore, you don't have to worry about losing it. For more information on Applying for a Canadian Citizenship in Mississauga or its surrounding areas, reach out to I Fly Immigration today.

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