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Citizenship Services

Canadian Citizenship was first introduced in 1947 by the Canadian Citizenship Act. Since then, several major amendments were passed by Canadian Governments. And, in our days, law says both Canadian-born and naturalized citizens are equally entitled to the right of the citizen and to the duties of the citizen. Under the Act, all persons born in Canada are Canadian citizens at birth, with minor exceptions (e.g., children of diplomats). However, at the same time, children born outside Canada to a Canadian parent must submit an application to obtain a Canadian Citizenship Certificate to prove they are Canadian citizens.
Canadian citizens are entitled to carry a Canadian passport, vote in Canadian elections or run own political campaign. They have absolute right to live in Canada, and the right to leave and enter Canada (can travel to 170+ countries visa free). Moreover, Canada is one of the countries which recognize dual citizenship, so you don’t need to give up on your previous passport.
Getting the Canadian PR is the first step towards obtaining the citizenship in Canada. Since 2010, Canada has welcomed an average of more than 260,000 permanent residents each year. Furthermore, Canada has the highest rate of naturalization in the world – 85% of eligible permanent residents become citizens.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is the federal department that manages Canadian citizenship, both for those applying for citizenship and for current Canadian citizens. Before you submit a Canadian citizenship application, you must satisfy several IRCC requirements. These requirements include a minimum of three years of being permanent resident, as well as language and residence requirements. IRCC may return your application as incomplete, if you do not send acceptable proof that you have met residence requirements or have adequate knowledge of English or French. So, given the long application processing times, it is critical to avoid any errors that can cause further delays or in some cases refusals.
Our Canadian immigration services include different options where you can choose between different options to suit your budget. If you have any questions, you can book free immigration consultation to speak with immigration consultant in Toronto.
After you submit the citizenship application, the final step will be taking Canadian citizenship test. Once you pass the test, and you are approved as a Canadian citizen, you will receive an invitation to a citizenship ceremony. You may check whether you are exempted of Language and citizenship test of failed what the options available for you to get the most deserved Canadian Citizens

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PR / Study Permit Renewals

a) PR Initial application / Renewal

Application for a PR Card
A permanent resident is someone who has been given permanent residence by immigrating to Canada. To apply for Permanent Resident Card (PR Card) for the first time, or to renew or replace your current PR

As a Permanent Resident, you have the right to:
  • Health care coverage plus access to most social benefits that Canadian citizens receive
  • Live, work or study anywhere in Canada
  • Apply for Canadian citizenship
  • Protection under Canadian law and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
To be eligible to apply for a PR Card you must:
  • Have permanent resident status
  • Be physically present in Canada
  • Not be a Canadian citizen or a registered Indian under the Indian Act
  • Not be under an effective removal order
  • Not be convicted of an offense
  • Submit your mistake-free application and supporting evidence to IRCC (formerly known as CIC)
  • Collect your Permanent Resident Card (PR CARD) at the local IRCC office (formerly known as CIC) once your application is approved.

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b). Study permit renewals

a). Eligibility requirements

You can study in Canada if you:
  • are enrolled at a designated learning institution (DLI)
  • prove you have enough money to pay for your:
    • tuition fees
    • living expenses for yourself and any family members who come with you to Canada and
    • return transportation for yourself and any family members who come with you to Canada
  • obey the law, have no criminal record and get a police certificate (if required)
  • are in good health and get a medical exam (if required)
  • prove to an officer that you will leave Canada when your study permit expire

b). Your responsibilities

While studying in Canada you must:
  • make progress towards completing your program
  • respect any conditions listed on your study permit
  • stop studying if you no longer meet the requirements and
  • leave Canada when your permit expires
Depending on your case, there may be conditions on your study permit such as:
  • if you’re allowed to work in Canada
  • if you’re allowed to travel within Canada
  • the date you must stop studying

c). Continue studying

If you already have a study permit and your study situation changes (for example, you want to study for more than 6 months or apply to a longer study program) you can continue studying in Canada while your permit is valid. If you need to extend your permit, or it expires while we process your application for an extension, you’ll also be able to continue studying because you have implied status.

However, if you don’t have a study permit already, you would need to stop studying or wait until you get a study permit to start or continue your studies.

An example of this is if you’re taking prerequisite classes required for a longer study program. You may not need a study permit for your prerequisite classes, but you may need one for your full study program.

In this case, you should get a study permit even though you don’t need one right away. If you don’t, you may not be able to start your longer study program, depending on whether or not your study permit is processed in time.

d). Work on- or off-campus

If you have a study permit and you’re registered as a full-time student at a DLI, you may be able to work on-campus or off-campus. If so, your study permit will include a condition that says you’re allowed to work while studying.

If you don’t have a study permit, you can’t work while you’re studying in Canada. In this case, you need to apply for a work permit.

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