Hello everyone, In regards to the 1095 physical presence requirement, these are to have occurred on the 5 years prior to the APPLICATION DATE (https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/corporate/publications-manuals/operational-bulletins-manuals/canadian-citizenship/grant/residence/calculate-physical-presence.html). That is clear. However, I wonder if throughout the entire process the 1095 days in the last 5 years rule is (or can be) re-assessed. For example, will an official, on the day of the oath, look back in the 5 years prior to THE DATE OF OATH to be sure you still have 1095 days? I believe the entire process is based on the physical presence calculation made on the application date but am not entirely sure. This is important for people who, for example, travel frequently, had its process exceeding normal processing times or accepted a job contract outside Canada after the citizenship application.