CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP – HOW TO OBTAIN CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP
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After the government issues a positive decision on your immigration application and you receive the appropriate visa, you must enter Canada within the specified period. Thus, you become a permanent resident, preserving the citizenship of your native state. The aforementioned enables to obtain the citizenship, as the final stage of immigration to Canada, quickly and easily.
If you enter the country on an immigration visa, you ought to apply for a Permanent Resident Card. The application can be submitted to one of the “ports of entry” (border crossing) in Canada. It is then sent to the state service, where the relevant decision is taken.
The permanent resident status allows living in Canada and easily entering its territory. Nevertheless, the resident is still considered as citizen of his/her native state (until applying for Canadian citizenship), irrelevant of the number of years spent in Canada. The country recognizes the dual citizenship, thus you may keep your native citizenship.
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