Canada has Moved Closer to Key Changes in its Citizenship Law

The Canadian Liberal Government is moving closer of reversing the divisive modifications to the way Canada issues citizenship that were brought under earlier government.
The bill is known as C-6, is considered to be as a focus for legislative agenda of the latest government. According to the House Immigration Committee, Liberal Chair, Borys Wrzesnewsky, the bill would be passed into rule by 1st July.
The legislation would also minimize the time for permanent residents to reside in Canada for becoming entitled to apply for Canadian citizenship. from 4 out of 6 years to 3 out of 5 years and will let applicants who spend time in the country on provisional status for counting the time towards 3 years requirements. This meticulous aspect of the law has been welcomed by new comers, overseas employees and foreign students.
Moreover, the planned changes will repeal the intent to living condition and eliminate the requirement of language proficiency for definite applicants.
It will also permit the government, rights for seizing the documents utilized to get the citizenship by means of fraud.
The proposed changes are cancelling national interest grounds for revocation, cancelling intent to living provision, physical presence of three out of five years prior the application date. Applicant might count every day they were present in the country as temporary resident or protected individual prior becoming permanent resident, cancellation of least 183 days of physical presence in four of previous six years. Applicants whose age is between 18 and 54 should meet the language criteria and should also pass the knowledge test