30 new individuals have made their way to Canada as immigrants. Now, they have recently become official citizens of the country and these immigrants, of course, are more than happy that they have made it and achieved their goal. It definitely took these individuals a long time and a lot of hard work to be able to get this far and they are more than happy that they have now become citizens of the country. After all, Canada is quite a good country to be an immigrant (and a resident of).
Recently, there have been 30 new individuals who have become citizens of Canada and this was done through a citizenship ceremony. These new residents have come from 14 different countries from around the world and the list of home countries includes Jordan, Russia, Trinidad, and Vietnam. Their ages are also varied and the youngest is seven years old. The ceremony is known as the Oath of Citizenship and this ceremony made these 14 immigrants the newest citizens of the country.
For one of the newest citizens, the trip to Canadian citizenship was not an easy one. Sara Jamalel Dein Altantawi is only sixteen years old but she has gone through a lot with her family. She hails from Jordan and eight years ago, she moved to Canada as an immigrant because she and her family were looking for an easier life than what they had in Jordan. They believed in Canada being a place where opportunities were better. Now, she is a citizen of the country. In a statement, she has proudly declared that she is very proud that she can now be called a citizen.
This story is very much like others. There may have been a lot of reasons for choosing Canada but one of the top things that have been bringing immigrants to the country is that the country is known for embracing multiculturalism. And this means that it does not matter what race, religion, color, gender, or beliefs one may have as this is not a big deal in Canada.
The benefits of being a citizen
Being a citizen of Canada comes with its share of benefits and rights. A citizen of the country will have the freedom of speech. They can also be able to participate in a variety of activities that come with the democratic nature of the country’s government. These may be just a few but these are the things that many citizens of the country hold dear to their heart. After all, there are plenty of things that Canada has got to offer that not many people are able to experience and enjoy in their own countries.
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