Canada offers citizenship through naturalization and by birth in Canada.
Under current law, to qualify for citizenship through naturalization, candidates must have three years of qualifying permanent resident status during the preceding five years.
Residency questionnaires : Some applicants for Canadian Citizenship will receive what’s called a residence questionnaire while their application is in processing. The residence questionnaire is a request from Citizenship and Immigration Canada for very detailed additional information about the time you spent in Canada that was mentioned in your Canadian citizenship application.
As part of the residence questionnaire, you must provide CIC with detailed descriptions of your absences from Canada during the time period covered by the application. You also have to provide documents to support your claims regarding the time you spent inside and outside Canada.
Access to information requests : To be eligible to make a request under the Access to Information Act or the Privacy Act, you must be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident of Canada or an individual or corporation currently present in Canada.
Privacy act requests : A request for personal information held by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) should be made to IRCC under the Privacy Act.
There are no fees involved with the processing of a request under the Privacy Act.
To send a request you must be a Canadian citizen, a permanent resident of Canada or an individual or corporation currently in Canada.
Requests to amend or replace immigration documents
Many other services upon request
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