Permanent residents of Canada who wish to obtain Canadian citizenship must fulfill several legal conditions. The residency condition is the most obvious one, with the famous 1095 minimum days of residency within the last 4 years. This condition is supplemented by numerous other ones, such as a citizenship test.
As a whole, the citizenship procedure requires a lot of paperwork, with a slew of forms to fill and of documents to submit. The process can be overwhelming, and a simple mistake in the application can mean the loss of several months in the procedure or, worse, the denial of the application. The I-Bureau team can help you in this process so that it is as quick and efficient as possible. We offer our assistance in different ways for citizenship applications, from a comprehensive application submission to our “SOS” service, for those wishing to receive a second opinion on an application that you prepare and submit yourself.