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Canada to introduce one-click citizenship oath to fast-track applications

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has proposed a new solution to expedite the naturalization process, allowing new citizens to affirm their citizenship oath electronically on a secure webpage instead of in person at a traditional ceremony. This amendment will be open for public consultation for 30 days, ending on March 27, 2023. After completing this process, it may come into effect by June 2023. Experts argue that making becoming a citizen more accessible by removing the oath requirement will devalue citizenship and render it meaningless. This has been essential to acquiring Canadian citizenship since 1947; thus, any alterations should be considered cautiously.

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