Canadian Citizenship Application

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.

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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 Full Representation, Final Review and Do-It-Yourself packages. If you have any questions, you can book 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.

Our Professional Fees

Full Package
$1250
End-to-End Representation
Initial Consultation Credit
Authorized Representation
Secure Online Client Portal
Consultations - As Required
Online, Phone & Email Support
All Forms & Supporting Letters
Personalized Document Checklist
Representative's Submission Letter
Commission of Forms & Declarations
Full Post-Submission Support
Discounted Add-Ons: Adding Spouse/Partner (+$750); Adding Dependent Child (+$500); PR Renewal for Each Applicant (+$500)
Do It Yourself
$750
Guided Application Process
Initial Consultation Credit
Authorized Representation
Secure Online Client Portal
1-Hour Feedback Session
Online, Phone & Email Support
Review of All Forms & Letters
Personalized Document Checklist
Representative's Submission Letter
Commission of Forms & Declarations
Full Post-Submission Support
Discounted Add-Ons: Adding Spouse/Partner (+$450); Adding Dependent Child (+$300); PR Renewal for Each Applicant (+$300)
Peace of Mind
$375
Package Review Before Submission
Initial Consultation Credit
Authorized Representation
Package Drop-Off / Google Drive
1-Hour Feedback Session
One 15-min Follow-Up Session
Package Review Before Feedback
Personalized Document Checklist
Representative's Submission Letter
Commission of Forms & Declarations
Full Post-Submission Support
Discounted Add-Ons: Adding Spouse/Partner (+$150); Adding Dependent Child (+$100); PR Renewal for Each Applicant (+$100)
Consultation
$50 - $200
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Initial Consultation Credit
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Review of Documents, Forms, Eligibility and/or Case Specific Questions During Consultation Time
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Up to 1-hour Session - $200
Eligibility Assessment Only - $50 (Not Available for All Programs)
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Personalized Document Checklist
Completion of Forms
Writing Letters
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