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Seize the opportunity to become a Canadian citizen by applying today.

To be eligible for Canadian citizenship, you must:

  • Be a permanent resident.
  • Have resided in Canada for at least 3 out of the last 5 years.
  • Have filed your taxes if required.
  • Pass a test on your rights, responsibilities, and knowledge of Canada.
  • Prove your language skills in either English or French.


Canada, with its two official languages, requires applicants between 18 to 54 years old to demonstrate their ability to speak and listen at a specific level in one of these languages.

Measurement of language skills in English or French involves:

  • Reviewing the proof you submit with your application.
  • Evaluating your communication during interactions with citizenship officials.
  • Assessing your language level during a hearing with a citizenship official, if necessary.

To become a citizen, you need to meet the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) Level 4 or higher, indicating your ability to engage in everyday conversations, understand simple instructions, and use basic grammar.

Various certificates, diplomas, and tests are accepted as proof of language skills.

Additionally, if you’re aged 18 to 54 when you sign your application, you are required to take the citizenship test. This test covers questions about the rights and responsibilities of Canadians, as well as Canada’s history, geography, economy, government, laws, and symbols. The test, available in English or French, lasts for 30 minutes, consists of 20 multiple-choice and true or false questions, with a passing mark of 15 correct answers. The questions are based on the official citizenship study guide, “Discover Canada,” and the test may be written.

This is one of three federal economic programs managed by the Government of Canada’s Express Entry system.