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The Process of Applying for Proof of Canadian Citizenship: Decoded!

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The Process of Applying for Proof of Canadian Citizenship: Decoded!

The pandemic has certainly caused a slump in the Canadian immigration process however, things are getting back to normal. As the experts suggest now is the right time to submit your proof of citizenship application. Canadian citizenship is becoming far more valuable amidst rising uncertainty across the globe.  

Canadian citizenship offers access to a plethora of benefits from being able to live and work in Canada, universal healthcare, world-class education, job opportunities, stable economic and financial environment amongst other benefits. It permits you access to a Canadian passport which allows you to travel visa-free in 185 countries.

These are the primary reasons why Canadians seek to pass their citizenship to their children born abroad. Likewise, children with Canadian parents apply for citizenship themselves. 

An experienced immigration consultant will be able to help you apply for proof of citizenship. Before the pandemic struck the world, it took around 5 months to process the application. However, now it takes a little longer. Thus, it is helpful to go ahead with the application process to reap the benefits of Canadian Citizenship. The immigration consultant will not only help you thoroughly through the process but also make sure that you avoid any mistakes or unnecessary delays to submit the strongest proof of citizenship application. 

The Process to Apply for a Canadian Citizenship Certificate

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Proof of citizenship applications is usually submitted by people who had a Canadian-born parent. Applications are submitted by Canadian parents on behalf of their children born abroad or children themselves. 

Immigration, Refugees, and Canadian Citizenship require proof that at least one biological or legal parent is a Canadian citizen when the child is born. Proof documents include the parent’s birth certificate, citizenship card, or citizenship certificate. The applicant is also required to submit a Canadian government application fee of $75 CAD.

After the submission, IRCC will offer an ‘acknowledgment of receipt’. In case, if your case is complicated they might request more documents to support your application. Once IRCC approves the application, you will receive the citizenship certificate.

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