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How to become a Canadian citizen
Are you planning to move to the US in the near future? If yes, are the stringent immigration and visa rules by the Trump administration leave you hassled? Don't worry! You can think of moving to Canada. After all, it's a land where healthcare is free and people are friendly.
However, becoming a citizen is tough because you need to live in Canada for at least six years, stay on your best behaviour, and know a couple of things about the place you'll call home.
Here's a few pointers that you need to keep in mind in order to move to Canada.
Make sure you're not already a Canadian citizen
Take a short quiz to see if you may already be Canadian. The government outlines several caveats for being a citizen even if you weren't born there. Few things depend on your parents' citizenship.
Maybe you secretly inherited their status at some point along the way.
Be at least 18 years old
If you're not a legal adult, you will face difficulties.
Minors need their parent or legal guardian to fill out the application for them.hey need to be permanent residents in Canada.
The parent must either be a citizen or applying to become one at the same time.
Or enter the pool for skilled immigrants
Canada has a fast-track system for immigration called Express Entry. Under this system, skilled workers are given jobs according to their skills in the country.
All applicants into Express Entry are given specific scores based on their specific talents and job prospects and then ranked with other applicants.
Those at the top of the rankings are invited to become permanent residents.
Have a permanent residence in Canada
To become a permanent resident, people can choose between several avenues.
They can apply through the province of their choice, go down a special entrepreneur route, get help from a family member who lives in Canada, or go through Quebec, which has special immigration requirements.
Permanent residents are entitled to healthcare coverage and can work, study, and travel anywhere in Canada. You just can't vote, run for office, or hold some jobs with high security clearance.
Declare your intent to reside
If you're invited to become a permanent resident, you must confirm your plans to stay Canadian.
The government defines permanent residence as living in Canada for at least two years in a five-year period. If you don't spend that much time within the borders, you could lose your permanent residence status.
If you don't live in Canada, you must work outside Canada as a public official known as a Crown Servant or live abroad with certain family members who are Crown Servants.
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