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Language Requirements: Bill C and Intent Applicants

language requirements: Here are five important changes in the bill, according to Metro News. Some have been in effect since June, while others, specifically physical presence and language requirements, will be effective starting Oct. 11. It's part of Bill C-6, which amends the Citizenship Act to ease the immigration process. Revocation Dual citizens convicted of terrorism, spying or treason will face the Canadian justice system like any other citizen who breaks the law. Intent Applicants are no longer required to express intent to continue to live in Canada after receiving citizenship. No one can strip their citizenship. ( As reported in the news.