There are different ways for people to become Canadian citizens, however most applicants must be permanent residents and have lived in Canada for at least 3 years in the past 5 years (1095 days). If you need to take a citizenship test and prove your English or French proficiency, you must also submit a tax return. Since Canadian citizenship has multiple pathways, therefore, each pathway has different requirements.
No matter how old you are, you must have permanent residence (PR) status in Canada when you apply for citizenship. This means that you should not have any of the following situations: Be under review for immigration or fraud; have a deportation order or be asked by a Canadian official to leave Canada, your PR status has unsatisfied conditions, such as medical tests.
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