Becoming a citizen by conferral is a common way to become an Australian citizen. You need to be a permanent resident and meet specific criteria before you can apply.
Citizenship conferral happens when you are granted Australian citizenship by meeting the specified eligibility requirements and passing a citizenship test.
Generally, Australian citizenship by conferral can be granted when the following criteria are met:
- You are generally eligible to apply for citizenship by conferral;
- You meet the general residence requirements.
- You pass the citizenship test; and
- There is no reason for the Minister for Immigration to refuse your application.
The presentation attached is a brief explanation of citizenship by conferral and an example of the citizenship test with 20 questions and answer.
If you would like to discuss your eligibility for citizenship by conferral and have us assist you in the application, please contact us at [email protected].