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    Step by Step How do you live in Canada and get citizenship?

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    Post by Rocky Tue 28 Mar 2017, 1:25 am

    Step by Step How do you live in Canada and get citizenship?

    Arab and international Since 2017-03-27 at 14:11 (Baghdad time)

    Baghdad Mawazine News
    With the tightening of restrictions on immigrants and minorities in the United States since Donald Trump took office, many immigrants have begun to think seriously about Canada as a new travel destination.
    Canada has received more than 30,000 Syrian refugees over the past year and has facilitated immigration applications from applicants around the world.
    Here are the steps that can qualify you to become a Canadian citizen:
    Above the 18
    You must be at least 18 years of age. Otherwise, things will be a bit complicated. One of your parents will have to fill in the application form for you personally and they will have to be already applying for citizenship at the same time.
    Practical skills
    Canada has a pathway for applicants called the "highway", where immigrants are given certificates and special work skills, and each immigrant is given a mark that will determine his status among the list of applicants. Immigrants with the highest mark will be brought in and given "permanent residence", which is the first step to becoming a Canadian.
    The skills and certifications required vary over time, and need to be revisited.
    "Permanent residence"
    To obtain a permanent residence card you will have several options to apply for. Either you apply through the county you live in, or apply as an entrepreneur who will invest your money in the country or apply through a family member living in Canada.
    Intention
    If you are called to be a permanent resident, you must prove your intention or desire to live in Canada. You must spend two out of five years within the Canadian border if you want to maintain your status as a "permanent resident".
    4 years
    After settling in Canada, you must fulfill a number of conditions in order to apply for citizenship. The "permanent resident" does not always become a Canadian citizen. Citizenship requirements are more stringent and complex.
    In short, you must spend 4 years within the Canadian border within the six years prior to applying to become eligible for Canadian citizenship.
    Income Taxes
    A Canadian citizen must submit income tax documents for the four years he has spent in Canada.
    One language
    Before you acquire Canadian citizenship, you must master one of the two official languages ​​in the country, French or English. Applicants will be tested in one of the two languages ​​before considering the citizenship form.
    About Canada
    Adults 16 to 64 will have to take another test to test your knowledge of Canada's culture and history. A pre-exam handbook will be available and your application will not be accepted if you do not pass the test.
    Additional Terms
    Be aware that your legal history and registration with the police may affect your citizenship, especially if it is bad. You have to know that the Canadian climate is very cool, but it varies in different degrees and is not the same in all regions, especially as Canada is the second largest country in the world in terms of space after Russia.


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