Citizenship in Australia

Citizenship in Australia is the General eligibility criteria for choosing the citizens by the Australian citizenship test. Generally, those over the age of 18 can apply for Australian citizenship, and the applicant must have passed a citizenship test also should be a permanent resident of Australia at the time of application, and also, at the time of decision. For Australian Citizenship, the applicant must satisfy the residence requirement and be likely to reside, or to continue to reside, in Australia or to maintain a close and continuing association with Australia, and most importantly applicant is of good character.