It is a proud moment for us to watch you become a citizen of Canada. As of 19 June 2017, the rules pertaining citizenship has changed as the C-6 Bill was passed by the Canadian parliament.
As per the new rules effective 19 June 2017, minors (aged 22 and below) can qualify on their own to apply for citizenship without needing to have a Canadian parent. At Owlspriority Immigration, we see Canadian citizenship-related services as a social responsibility. If you are planning to apply for Canadian citizenship, we will provide you all the necessary advice and preparatory material completely free of cost. To learn more about preparations for citizenship, click here.
Becoming a citizen of one of the world’s most thriving economies demands you to be aware of your rights and responsibilities as a Canadian citizen. To know about your rights and responsibilities when you become a citizen of Canada, click here.
If you are a permanent resident of Canada and has decided to apply for Canadian citizenship, you will have to take the citizenship test. However, you need not take the citizenship test if your age is less than 18 or above 54. To learn more about the citizenship test, click here.
Once you have become a citizen of Canada, you are eligible to apply for the Canadian passport. The Canadian passport is one of the most powerful passports in the world. A Canadian passport holder can travel to 161 countries in the world without a visa! To know more about the benefits of bearing a Canadian passport with you, click here.
If you are above 18 years of age at the time you are becoming a Canadian citizen, you are eligible to apply for the Cultural Access Pass (CAP). The Cultural Access Pass is a unique program undertaken by the Institute for Canadian Citizenship (ICC). The pass allows new Canadian citizens to travel, explore and discover Canada during their first year of citizenship with some amazing benefits. To know more about the Cultural access Pass (CAP), click here.