Many of the new immigrants who wanted to become Canadian Citizens are getting mixed messages through ethnic medias. The applicants between the ages of 18 to 64 are still need to fulfill the language requirement of Level 4. The others over the age of 64 are exempt from language requirements. The government of Canada is in the process of
bringing down the age limit to 54, so that anyone who is over the age of 54 will be exempt from the language requirement when it becomes law. The applicants for Canadian citizenship are required to fulfill other requirements as well. The one of the important requirement is the number of days the applicant must be physically present in Canada. The Permanent Residents are required to be physically present in Canada at least 1460 days during the six years immediately before the application and at least 183 days during each of four calendar years that are fully or
partially within the six years before the application date. While applicants who are waived from meeting the knowledge of Canada and language requirements, they must still be scheduled to appear for an interview as they must meet other requirements under the Citizenship Act. Read More
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