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Residence is generally granted to wealthy individuals and investors. Currently, there are a handful of countries offering Citizenship by Investment programs, providing a direct route to citizenship based on investment.

Citizenship by Investment programs offers the applicant and his family an opportunity to legally acquire citizenship and passport quickly, without causing any disruptions to routine life. It may or may not require the applicant to reside in the country prior to naturalisation. Obligatory residence is beneficial for the countries because the investor pay taxes and assists in improving the state’s economy by creating additional jobs or increasing the demand of consumable goods.

WWITPC, in this regard, offers the best programs to its clients.

Some of the benefits of Citizenship by Investment aside from visa free travel, includes access to various markets, transportation and business facilities, a civil society with modern services and infrastructure.

Moreover, Citizenship by Investment waives off the normalisation period for the people contributing to the economy of the country, usually by making a donation to their government or by investing in real estate.

Canadian Citizenship is considered as one of the most coveted citizenships in the world; and it can be obtained through legally recognized permanent residence or specific family ties.

Citizenship through Permanent Residency

The resident who has maintained permanent residency status, lawfully, can apply for Canadian Citizenship through Permanent Residency via this visa. Applicant can also procure Canadian passport. The applicant should be prepared to take pledge of citizenship, before receiving the certificate of Canadian Citizenship. Upon approval, the applicant is entitled to avail rights of equality, legal, mobility, aboriginal peoples' rights and the right to peaceful assembly.

Canadian Citizenship is a coveted status. Applicants who are lawful permanent residents or have certain ties to Canada can apply for permanent citizenship and procure a Canadian passport. Obtaining the citizenship is first formal procedure towards becoming a Canadian citizen. Applicants should be prepared to pledge of citizenships, before receiving the certificate of Canadian Citizenship. If the applicants are permanent Canadian residents with specified criterion, then they have an advantage. The criterion includes specific age, time spent in Canada, character, language and essentially familiarity of Canada requirements.

Citizenship through Permanent Residency Basic Requirements

In order to be recognized as Canadian citizen through this program, applicants must have lived at least 18 years of age (or 14 years or older with parent). It is essential that applicants should not be treated as a security threat to other citizens or possess a criminal history. They should hold Canadian permanent resident status and fulfil the residency requirements for time lived in Canada. Applicant should have acquired a working knowledge of either English or French. In addition they will have to undertake a test to confirm their knowledge on basic facts about Canada and its citizenship.

Citizenship through Adoption

Citizenship through Adoption program allows applicant who have been adopted by Canadian parents to obtain Canadian citizenship. The applicant should have at least one Canadian parent to get citizenship, receive a Canadian passport, and enjoy the benefits for an eligible Canadian citizen. The applicant, who is an adopted child of Canadian parents, has to be adopted outside Canada. Once approved, the applicant can enjoy the rights and freedoms as equal to a Canadian resident. This includes aboriginal people's rights, equality rights, legal rights, mobility rights, freedom of thought, religion, and speech as well as the right to peaceful assembly.

Citizenship through Adoption Basic Requirements

For getting an approval in this category, the applicant should have been adopted outside Canada on or after January 1st, 1947. The applicant should have at least one parent who holds Canadian citizenship while the adoption takes place; the parent should also be able to establish the facts that, the adoption was for the benefit (of the adopted child), that the adoption resulted into a genuine parent-child relationship, and that the adoption complied with all laws for the country of nationality of the adoptee at the time of the adoption as well as Canada. Additionally visa requirements will also apply.