To be able to apply for Canadian citizenship requires certain qualifications. Scroll down to view some of the qualifications that we listed for you.


After meeting all the requirements, Firm Bridge Consulting will help you prepare for the required citizenship test and maybe an interview with a citizenship officer.


The citizenship ceremony is your final step to becoming a Canadian citizen. Firm Bridge Consulting will rehearse you for the process of the ceremony and also help you find a ceremony.

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Firm Bridge Consulting has a dedicated team of immigration that will look over your needs to acquire Canadian citizenship. We will make sure that you meet all the requirements according to the latest policies from immigration Canada. In addition, we assist you in preparing for the citizenship test and interview, help you find a citizenship ceremony and with the ceremony rehearsal.

Canadian Immigration in Numbers

Immigrants accepted in 2017
2018 Immigration Target
Percentage of Immigrants in Population 2016
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Requirements for Canadian Citizenship

Permanent Residence Status

Regardless of the applicant’s age, they must hold Permanent Resident status in Canada and have no unfulfilled conditions related to their PR status.

Time Lived in Canada

Regardless of the applicant’s age, they must be have been physically present in Canada for at least 1095 days during the five years right before the application.

Income Tax Filing

Regardless of the applicant’s age, they must meet your personal income tax filing obligations in three tax years that are fully or partially within the five years right before the date you apply.

Language abilities

To become a citizen, you must show that you can speak and listen in one of Canada’s official languages: English and French.

Knowledge of Canada

Every applicant needs to take a test to meet the knowledge requirement for citizenship answering questions about Canada’s values, history, symbols, institutions, rights responsibilities and privileges of citizenship.


Applicants who have committed crimes in or outside Canada may not be eligible to become a Canadian citizen for a period of time. Time spent serving a term of imprisonment, on parole, or on probation doesn’t count as time you have lived in Canada.

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Canada offers more than 60 immigration programs, each with different requirements and qualifications for candidates. Contact us today to find out the program that suits you the best!