Becoming an Australian Citizen by conferral is a common way of becoming an Australian citizen. You need to be a permanent resident and meet specific criteria before you can apply. This pathway is open to migrants, spouse or partners of an Australian citizen, eligible New Zealand citizens and other discrete groups of persons.

Watch the below video for a brief explanation of citizenship by conferral and an example of the citizenship test with 20 questions and answers.

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