Chat recap

How will proposed citizenship law changes affect you?

Toronto immigration lawyer Guidy Mamann was our guest on Ontario Today and joined us online to talk about proposed rule changes and what they would mean for people hoping to become Canadian citizens.
An RCMP officer raises his hand as a group of 60 people take the oath of citizenship in Vancouver. The federal government is proposing changes that will require some people to wait longer before they are eligible to become citizens. (Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press)
Toronto immigration lawyer Guidy Mamann was our guest on Ontario Today, and he took part in a live web chat after the show.
Earlier this month the Canadian government proposed sweeping changes to the Citizenship Act, including requirements that would-be citizens would have to live in Canada longer before applying for citizenship.

Ontario Today spoke with Toronto immigration lawyer Guidy Mamann on Thursday at noon ET about the rule changes and what they mean for people hoping to become Canadian citizens.

After the show, Mamann took part in a live chat from 1 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. ET to talk about the proposed changes. Here's a recap.