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Citizenship Law

The citizenship law in Canada is strict, as every citizen in Canada get the equal right and facilities. Know more about the citizenship rules and regulations of Canada and find help from law enforcement.

Get rid of Violations

Anyone who are suffered from any violation in Canada can claim a lawyer as well as help from the law enforcement committee.

Services & Information

Find out if you can enter Canada

The term inadmissible means someone or something that not accepted as value. If someone comes to Canada when they apply for a visa or when they arrive at a port of entry, decide by the Canadian ...

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Learn about arrests, detentions, and removals

When a refugee, permanent resident, or foreign national with a permanent resident visa found refused to Canada, they will receive a removal order.

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Find out about the detention review process

A Canada Border Service Agency officer must review the reason for detention within 48 hours. It decides to release persons with or without conditions ...

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Find out about immigration admissibility hearings

Admissibility hearing means a semi-legal process. It’s not a court trial process. Mainly it determine by a person’s ability to stay in Canada or not. It decides by the Immigration Division of the Immigration and Refugee Board.

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Security screening

The CBSA covers all visitors, immigrants, and refugee claimants to keep Canada safe and secure. Inadmissible persons considered security risks not to allow or stay in Canada. Security screening work with Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC).

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Revoking citizenship

Renunciation defined voluntary to giving up one’s citizenship or nationality. It is the opposite of naturalization. It means that a person voluntarily acquires a citizenship, and particular from denaturalization. Revoke means to take away something, and revoking ...

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If you are living in Canada, you can find help from the authorities.
However, you should maintain the followings to get help.

  • Get a lawyer to let him know
  • Call the police
  • Be sure that you were right
  • Know the rules and regulations
  • Make your side okay and clear


Would you like to come to Canada, or extend your stay?

Every immigration program has distinctive application and qualification requirements. Each plan has different immigrant form. Find out what immigration programs is

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Help Center

Help center is a public website that one can visit to find the answers they need about their questions. One can find out what their customers need help with and make collections of articles on those topics. Help center is the way where ...

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Overcome criminal convictions

If a person convicted of a crime, he or she may not allow into Canada. Under Canada’s immigration law, that person called criminally inadmissible. If the person convicted of a crime under the age of 18, he or she may still be able ...

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    Frequently Asked Question

    To get permanent residency, you have to live for at least three years in Canada. You also need some other documents to apply for Citizenship.

    In generally takes six months to get the citizenship after taking the Citizenship Test and Interview.

    People aged between 18 to 54 have to take the citizenship test and Interview.

    Oath taking ceremony generally takes 45 to 60 mins to complete. However, the time may vary upon the number of applicants and citizens.

    Yes, any Citizen who is a Canadain Citizen can renounce his citizenship status if he wants. He may apply for renouncing the citizenship under certain conditions.

    The answer is yes. You can again apply to resume your Citizenship status though you have renounced it once.

    The total fees for applying for Citizenship in Canada is CAN $ 630. Among the prices, $530 is for processing fee, and $100 is for the right of  Citizenship fee. But for minors aged under 18, the processing fee is $100.