If you are aged between 18 and 54 and you are eligible to apply for Canadian citizenship, you must take the Citizenship test.
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You can apply for Canadian citizenship on behalf of your children if you are their parent or legal guardian and if the child is a permanent resident card holder in Canada. One parent or guardian must already be a Canadian citizen or in the process of making a citizenship application.
You must be 18 years old or over and have permanent resident status in Canada. You must have lived in Canada as a permanent resident or a visa holder for 3 years out of the last 4 years (1,095 days). You also need a good knowledge ? both written and spoken of English or French and of the rights and responsibilities of Canadian citizens. Additionally, you must not have been convicted of a criminal offence or investigated for a criminal offence in the last 3 years.