Citizenship of Canada
Eligibility requirement for Canadian Citizenship:
Language Requirements For Canadian Citizenship
- Applicant must have been Canadian permanent resident and have lived in Canada for at least 1095 days in last 5 years before the date they sign the application.
- Passed the citizenship test ( 15 correct answers out of 20) if they are 18 to 54 years of age on the day, they sign the application.
- Applicant should be able to demonstrate proficiency in either one (or both) of the official languages of Canada is English or French if they are 18 to 54 years of age on the day, they sign the application.
- Candidate should not have any criminal history prohibitive to granting Canadian Citizenship.
In order to prove language proficiency, candidates must submit one of the accompanying documents:
- Results from a CIC-approved third party test
- Transcripts or a diploma certificate from a secondary or post-secondary education in English or French
- Proof of accomplishing Canadian level Benchmark (CLB) 4 or higher in certain government language programs.
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