Facts That You Need To Know :
In the June of 2017, the government of Canada modified its Citizenship Act when introducing Bill C6. Once the bill acclaimed royal assent, the changes were passed as amendments to the Citizenship Act. These changes are beneficial to hopeful immigrants wishing to achieve Canadian citizenship someday.
Though the bill was passed by the Parliament in June, most of the new rules could not be implemented until much later in the fall as the IRCC, the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, in order to accommodate the same, had to make changes in its regulations.
The main purpose served by these changes was easing the barriers formulated by the former government. They had made it difficult for immigrants to apply for a Canadian citizenship.