The following is an excerpt from Chris Weller | October 20, 2016 | Time.com |
One of the most common refrains this election season — and every election season, really — is people swearing they'll move to Canada, a land where healthcare is free, people are friendly, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau explains quantum computing just for laughs.
But to actually become a Canadian citizen, you'll first need to go through several steps, like living in the country for at least six years, staying on your best behavior, and knowing a thing or two about the country you'll soon call home.
For those who actually want to head up north, here's how you move to Canada.
Preface: Make sure you're not already a Canadian citizen.
Before you go through the hassle of applying for citizenship, take a short quiz to see if you may already be Canadian.
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