Relocating to Canada doesn’t necessarily mean you become a Canadian citizen, but if you are hoping to stay in Canada permanently, it may be something you aspire to achieve. There are many steps on the way to having true dual citizenship with your native country, so let’s look at them.
Immigration is rarely something people look to as short-term decision. It is likely that you are considering Canada for either study, or as a long-term home. If you are looking to study in Canada, you will not require either permanent residency or dual citizenship, as you may move back home, or choose a new country, once your studies are completed. If you are moving to Canada to work, you may be planning on staying put to retirement and beyond, and that is when these steps become relevant.
Before you can consider dual citizenship, you must apply for permanent resident status. Permanent residency is achieved through successful application through the immigration program.
This is where we can help.
If you are a skilled worker, we can match you with employers across Canada to ensure you have a job offer in place. Then we’ll help to craft your immigration documents, providing you with the best possible chance to make Canada your new home.
Immigration is a big step, but you don’t need to make it alone.