Canada's Citizenship Act underwent amendments on October 11, 2017, to adopt a more lenient and adaptable approach.
To qualify for citizenship, permanent residents must meet the following criteria:
Residency: Applicants must have been physically present in Canada for a total of 1,095 days within the five years preceding the application date. Days spent in Canada under valid work or study status before obtaining permanent residency may count as half-days for this calculation.
Tax Compliance: Individuals must have filed Canadian income taxes for at least three years within the five-year period.
Language Proficiency: Applicants aged 18 to 54 years old must demonstrate proficiency in either English or French. This can be achieved by submitting the results of a language test or an education credential (such as a diploma or degree) from an institution where English or French was the language of instruction.
Knowledge of Canada: Individuals aged 18 to 54 must also exhibit their understanding of Canada by passing a citizenship test.
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