For most immigrants, citizenship of Canada is a coveted one. The country welcomes more than 200,000 permanent residents every year. And while you dream of the day when you receive your citizenship status, we make sure you secure it through a legally recognized permanent residence or specific family ties.
Citizenship through Permanent Residency
Canadian citizenship can be obtained by five easy steps: first, apply for Canada PR visa through federal or provincial programs, then fulfill the criteria for citizenship for naturalization, pass the Canadian citizenship test, and lastly attend a citizenship ceremony. However, you must be prepared to pledge of citizenship, before receiving the certificate of Canadian Citizenship.
Citizenship through Adoption
You can apply for Citizenship through the adoption category if you are an adopted child of Canadian parents and have been adopted outside Canada on or after January 1st, 1947. At least one parent should hold Canadian citizenship.

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