Citizenship is the last step in the immigration process of a citizen of another country. To do this, you need to meet the requirements of;
Be a permanent resident
Have lived at least 1,095 days for five years before the date of entry of the application. If you initially entered Canada legally as a student, worker or temporary resident, these years are summed to the total number of days required.
Not having any legal precedent inside and outside of Canada
Tax return of at least three fiscal years
Skills to listen and speak at least one of the two official languages of Canada
Know the history, values, symbols, and institutions of Canada. The rights, responsibilities, privileges of a Canadian citizen.
Obtain the Citizenship could be under different situations.
A Permanent Residents (PR) of Canada applying for yourself or your minor (under 18) child
Past Canadian citizens who want to gain your Canadian citizenship back.
Canadians applying for citizenship for your adopted child born outside Canada
Qualified applicants can apply for Canadian citizenship. Once approved, they will be required to take a citizenship test (for candidates in the range of 18 and 54). Successful candidates will then be invited to a citizenship service where they receive authentication of Canadian citizenship and authoritatively become new Canadian residents.