Free Citizenship Test Canada

Welcome to Citizenship Test Canada website. This free practice Citizenship Test Canada online consists of 20 multiple choice questions from the book Discover Canada 2011, on which the citizenship test is based. Visit the Citizenship and Immigration Canada web site for more information. Important: Read the Discover Canada 2011 Study Guide to make sure you pass the citizenship test. When you take the real citizenship test Canada you must  answer correct at least 75% of 20 questions, which is 15 correct questions. Good luck becoming a Canadian Citizen!
Free Citizenship Test Canada online based on the Discover Canada 2011 booklet. This citizenship test will help you memorize most of the information you will need to know on the date of your actual citizenship test.
The real citizenship test Canada evaluates two important things:
  1. Your knowledge of Canada . Government, Geography e.t.c.
  2. Your language abilities, either French or English.

Knowledge of Canada
The citizenship questions are on subjects such as:
  • right to vote and right to run for elected office in Canada
  • procedures related to elections in Canada
  • rights and responsibilities of a Canadian citizen
  • Canadian social and cultural history and symbols
  • Canadian political history (including the political system and institutions)
  • Canadian physical and political geography 
Language abilities
CIC staff will observe, if you have adequate ability to communicate in either English or French.
  • your ability to understand basic spoken statements and questions
  • your ability to communicate basic information or respond to questions.
Results from the test
You will get the results of your test right after you take it. You will have a short interview with a citizenship officer. If you pass and meet all others requirements for citizenship, you may be given a ceremony date at the same time you get your results. If not, a letter with the date and time of your ceremony will be mailed to you. At the ceremony, you will take the oath of citizenship and receive a certificate of Canadian citizenship.

Enjoy our Free Citizenship Practice Test Canada!

Canadian Citizenship Ceremony

Citizenship Ceremony Program
The Canadian Citizenship Ceremony is the celebration of you becoming a Canadian Citizen.

After passing your Canadian Citizenship Test, you will be invited to a Canadian Citizenship Ceremony. At the Citizenship Ceremony, you will formally accept the rights and responsibilities of Canadian Citizenship. You can invite your friends and family to this solemn and joyous occasion. If you want you can write your citizenship story and share it with your fellow new Canadians and guests at the ceremony.

You must attend and take the "Oath of Citizenship", if you are 14 years of age or older who is becoming a Canadian citizen. Children under 14 years of age are also welcome, but they don't need to attend.

What should you bring at the Canadian Citizenship Ceremony?
Bring your "Notice to Appear" which you received in the mail, after passing your Citizenship Test Canada, your Permanent Resident Card (PR Card) and your Record of Landing (IMM 1000) or Confirmation of Permanent Residence (IMM 5292).

How to dress?
At the Canadian Citizenship Ceremony the appropriate dress is business attire, you may also choose wearing ethnic dress.

About the "Oath of Citizenship"
Don't try to memorize the oath, if you don't want to. You will be asked to repeat the oath after the citizenship judge during the ceremony. You will be given your certificate of citizenship package and asked to sign an "Oath of Citizenship Form", after taking the "Oath of Citizenship". Your certificate of citizenship is wallet-sized with your photograph on it. This is your official proof of citizenship.

Your family and friends can take photographs at any time during the Canadian Citizenship Ceremony, the exception here is only when people take the "Oath of Citizenship". After the ceremony is over you can take photographs with the citizenship judge.

Canadian Citizenship Ceremony 2011

Canadian Citizenship Ceremony 2011