In order to apply for Canadian citizenship, you must be a permanent resident of Canada, and you must have been physically present in Canada for at least 1,065 days in the 5 years immediately before you apply. You’ll also need to file Canadian taxes.
If you are eligible for Canadian citizenship, below is some general information.
- You’ll need to submit all the required documents, including a calculation and proof of how long you’ve been in Canada, to the Case Processing Centre in Sydney.
- You will need to take a test, and go to an interview or hearing.
- Once your application is approved, you will need to the oath of citizenship to become a Canadian citizen.
For more information, visit Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.Click here to submit an addition/edit to this page
Last Modified: July 19, 2021