For example: A student from Mexico studying in Canada should enter the address where he or she is living in Canada.
requires new citizens to have an "adequate knowledge" of English or French, Canada’s two official languages.
In general, "adequate knowledge" means you can understand someone speaking English or French and they can understand you.
(Read a more detailed explanation of "adequate knowledge.") We measure how well you can communicate using the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB)/A process whereby a person becomes a member of another family.
This process must create a genuine parent-child relationship that permanently severs the legal ties to the child’s biological parents or guardians.