I got citizenship in three countries and it means nothing except spending $150 every 5 or 10 years to renew passport plus paperwork which is more annoying for me than spending $150 or so .
7 Answers · Travel · 12/01/2014
As an American with working knowledge of this, http://cic.gc.ca is a good start. Your dad can sponsor you but that's. You'll have to go through immigration process yourself. You don't need a lawyer the paperwork is pretty easy...
3 Answers · Travel · 24/07/2007
I would say the citizenship test would be the same across Canada. The procedure to become Canadian is a federal concern not provincial
2 Answers · Travel · 09/04/2011
According to http://www.cbsa.gc.ca/whti-ivho/land-terrestre-eng.html you can get away with citizenship card and drivers license but you should look into getting a passport because you will need that by next summer.
2 Answers · Travel · 03/10/2008
Yep a citizenship card and drivers license is good enough
3 Answers · Travel · 24/11/2008
...&lang=en. It says from "receipt of your application to citizenship ceremony" average time is 19 months. There's a ...
1 Answers · Travel · 30/03/2012
there is no definite time,it will take as long as it takes.............immigration Canada has a backlog of applications right now
1 Answers · Travel · 17/06/2008
You should be able to - go to a passport office and take your certification with you. If you need an emergency passport, they can do that, but it costs more than a regular passport.
5 Answers · Travel · 01/12/2008