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    Mississauga Citizenship Applicants

    Yes, it's a standard response.
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    Dual Citizenship - Bill C-24

    C-24 two-tier citizenship has been repealed by a new law C-6 which became effective couple of years back. Just google "C-6" and you will get all the information you need.
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    question regarding tax filing for citizenship application

    Well, there is no requirement for you to fill in the taxes for the last three years; the requirement for you is to follow the taxing rules as per the income tax act of canada. In other words, if you are generating income, then you must file taxes, else you don't need to file taxes (though you...
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    question regarding tax filing for citizenship application

    even if they do, this won't happen in few months..there is a process they have to go through
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    Mississauga Citizenship Applicants

    only the passports covering the last 5 years (from your application date)
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    Mississauga Citizenship Applicants

    Dont expect much for the next 4 to 5 months.
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    May 2018 - Citizenship Applicants

    Hopefully it will help you at least for the time between test and oath dates
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    Mississauga Citizenship Applicants

    Mine was in queue for 7 months..tests from Mississauga office are being issued to April/May/June applicants at the moment knowing that there are many others who applied even before and still waiting. All you have to do is be patient.
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    Police certificate

    As long as you have it after your last visit, then it's fine. Mine was 6 months older and i'm already at "decision made".
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    july 2018, Citizen Application.

    My sincere advice (applicant from March 2018 Mississauga office who just did his test) dont ever compare your application's timeline with others especially if they are not from Mississauga. No matter what you do (call them, send them webform, call MP), your app will move as per the timeline its...
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    Police certificate

    If you were in your country of origin immediately prior to becoming a permanent resident and landing in Canada and this time falls within this four year period, you are NOTrequired to provide a police certificate.
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    March - 2018 Citizenship Applicants

    Yes, very normal. don't worry. Congrats
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    March - 2018 Citizenship Applicants

    Sadly, there is nothing that prevents this but I highly doubt it. If your application is clean, I think you will be Canadian in 1 to 2 months max (especially that you confirmed that your background check is completed; this is usually the most time consuming process).
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    March - 2018 Citizenship Applicants

    Congrats. How was the interview?
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    March - 2018 Citizenship Applicants

    I'm afraid there is nothing called "timeframe after a test date". Some people had the oath the next day, others had it after 10 months. There is really no rule.
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    March - 2018 Citizenship Applicants

    no one really knows, it all depends on the agent working on your case.
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    March - 2018 Citizenship Applicants

    in that case, i'm not sure. Has there been any question from the officer on your travel history that suggests they might still want to cross check your trips (especially to the US)?
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    March - 2018 Citizenship Applicants

    Just give them a call and ask if background check is completed; the CC agent shall be able to confirm to you.
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    March - 2018 Citizenship Applicants

    Do you know if your background check is completed? That's the only explanation given that they didn't request any additional document.
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    May 2018 - Citizenship Applicants

    no, not yet. I had the same status 2 months back where verification was pending. Only after they completed the review/verification, they tagged my application for test invite.It's kind of logical as they have to review the application before interviewing the person since the review might raise...