Canadian government to make major changes in its citizenship law

May 16, 2016
The Government of Canada is geared to reverse the controversial changes to the route that issues citizenship.

 Canadian government to make major changes its citizenship law

The citizenship bill is called as C-6, is said to be a attraction of the latest legislative issue of the Canadian government. The Committee of House Immigration, Chairperson Borys Wrzesnewsky told that it is hoped that the citizenship bill will be passed on law on 1st July this year that is also a Canada Day. 

Of the planned amendments is the cancellation of controversial regulation that permits the government of Canada to cancel the citizenship from dual citizens who are charged of sedition or spying etc.

The law will diminish the time permanent residents of Canada had to live in the country for becoming eligible to apply for citizenship of Canada and it would also permit applicants who had spend the time in nation on provisional status for counting time towards requirement of three years. The main aspect of the law has been welcomed by the fresh immigrants, foreign workers and international students who look at their long term future in the country..

The proposed modifications will cancel intent to residence rule and get rid of needof language proficiency for applicants.  It would also permit the Canadian government the right to seize documents used to get the citizenship falsely.

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