To apply for Canadian Citizenship applicants need proof that they meet the residence requirement. Check if you qualify for Citizenship with the help of Form CIT 0407. Fast, easy and professional. Submit your mistake-free online application now!
Find out if you are eligible to apply for Canadian Citizenship - Form CIT 0407
Form CIT 0407 is a worksheet that is used to calculate the physical presence in Canada. Permanent Residents over the age of 18 must meet the residency requirement to be eligible for Citizenship. Form CIT 0047 must be included as supporting evidence as part of the CIT 0002E Citizenship application.
Who Should Apply for Canadian Citizenship
You may apply for Canadian Citizenship using form CIT 0002E if you:
Are 18 years of age or older (minors can apply for Citizenship using Form CIT 0003E)
Are permanent resident of Canada
Meet the residence requirements: have been physically present in Canada for at least four of the six years immediately before the date of your application (1460 days)
Can understand, speak and communicate in one of Canada’s two official languages: English or French (adults over the age of 65 are exempt)
Understand the rights, responsibilities, and privileges of citizenship (adults over the age of 65 are exempt)
Those individuals that have committed a crime in or outside Canada may not be eligible to apply for Canadian citizenship for a period of time.
Form CIT 0407, which is included in our application package, lets you know if you meet the residency requirement and may apply for citizenship, or when you are eligible to apply.
It is only required a part of the Citizenship application and cannot be submitted on its own to IRCC (CIC).
Canada Citizenship Application Form CIT 0002E and Form 0407 Application Package
Complete your Citizenship Application with the help of our easy-to-use step-by-step guide and personalized instructions Form CIT 0002E and Form 0407 Application Package
Submit your mistake-free application
Once the IRCC (CIC) notifies you, appear for the Citizenship Test and Interview
Get sworn in as a Canadian Citizen at the Citizenship Ceremony
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