CITIZENSHIP APPLICATIONS

Become a Canadian Citizen

To be eligible to apply for Canadian citizenship, there are many requirements that you need to fulfill. As of October 2017, you need to have fulfilled the following:

  • Have completed a minimum of 1095 days of physical residence in Canada within the last 5 years prior to submitting your application for Canadian citizenship
  • Have duly filed your taxes for the preceding 3 tax years
  • Demonstrate a certain level of English or French proficiency if you are between the ages of 18 and 55
  • Demonstrate adequate knowledge of Canadian history, political system and overall local traditions, geography, etc.
  • Be a law-abiding resident with no criminal offences during your residency that preceded your application and maintain that status all through the application process.

We will help you with a robust package once you have reached the eligibility for citizenship. Our package includes:

Providing you with all the required documents and forms for your application in addition to helping you fill them correctly
Submitting your file on your behalf in due time and with proper documentation included
Guiding you through the detailed requirements, where to obtain them, and how to be fully qualified to go through the application/examination process.

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Address

The Law Office of Evangeline Ancheta

1420 Burnhamthorpe Road East

Suite 305

Mississauga, Ontario

L4X 2Z9

Telephone:  647-977-2889

Facsimile:    905-232-1088

Email: info@anchetalaw.com

Our Location

The Law Office of Evangeline Ancheta

Read More:

Fill out our Free Assessment form to discover your opportunities to come to Canada.

Read our Immigration pages to find out about all available programs to immigrate to Canada.

Read our Temporary Residence pages to find out about ways you can come to Canada, to visit, study or work.

Read our Status and Appeals pages to find out how we can help you verify, restore or appeal your status in Canada.