In order to acquire a Canadian Citizenship, one must possess the qualifications and none of the qualifications set by the Canadian government. These qualifications are the following:
One cannot become a Canadian citizen if one has been in prison, on probation or on parole. Likewise, if one is serving a conditional sentence or have been sentenced or convicted of an indictable crime, he/she is ineligible to become a Canadian citizen. Lastly, a person who is a subject of a deportation order cannot also apply for a Canadian citizenship.