Passport in fabric bag on wood table. top view.

Yes – Canadian citizens are permitted to hold multiple citizenships (i.e., to be a citizen of Canada while also holding citizenship in one or more countries), however, you may want to check if the laws related to your current citizenship(s) allow you to hold dual or multiple citizenship. It should be noted that Canadian permanent residents are allowed to live, work and study in Canada long-term; enjoy many of the benefits of Canadian citizens; and applying to become a citizen of Canada, while desirable for many, is optional.

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