Archive for the ‘Canadian Passport Application Process’ Category

Dual Citizen’s Birth Certificate Discrepancy Leads To Passport Renewal That Could Take Two Years.

Monday, July 2nd, 2018

Elizabeth Oakley’s Pennsylvanian birth certificate says 1965 instead of 1966. As per CTV, a woman with dual citizenship could be waiting until 2020 to get a new Canadian passport. She’s been living and working in Canada for decades, was married here, and went to school here. She’s had a Canadian passport for years and this […]

Passport Canada Introduces A Fee Increase

Sunday, March 25th, 2012

Passport Canada is undergoing a process to update its fee structure. The organization needs to increase its fees so that it can keep pace with advances in technology and international standards and recommended practices, while continuing to provide excellent client service to Canadians. This has been acknowledged by both the Public Accounts Committee of the […]

How The Canada Post Strike Affects Your Application Submission

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

As residents of the United States, you may have heard the the CUPW (Canadian Union of Postal Workers) has gone on strike with the Canada Post corporation. This means, if you have an existing application that was mailed via USPS prior to the strike start, your submission will have been delayed with a series of […]

Am I Required To Report A Lost, Damaged, or Stolen Canadian Passport?

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

The answer to this question is yes, you are. If for whatever reason your passport is stolen or lost, you are required to report it to Passport Canada directly. Canadian authorities will conduct an investigation into the circumstances of the lost or stolen passport. If you find a passport, including your own passport that you […]

Change To Birth Certificate Requirements

Tuesday, January 11th, 2011

Effective February 11th, 2011 – Passport Canada will no longer be accepting hospital issued birth certificates as supplemental for applications for your Canadian passport. Only the following proof of citizenship documents will be accepted to support a general or child’s passport application: “Birth certificate” issued by a provincial or territorial vital statistics agency; “Certificate of […]

The Canadian Biometric Passport

Sunday, March 28th, 2010

Dear Canada Passport Help – What is a Canadian Biometric Passport? This is hands down the most commonly asked question we receive from customers. The Canadian passport transition will be occurring in early 2011, and understandably for Canadians living as U.S. residents, it’s a changing standard that creates curiosity and even perhaps a bit of […]

Canadian Passport Rejection

Friday, November 20th, 2009

If you’ve Googled “Canadian Passport Help”, “Canada Passport Help for U.S. residents”, or “Canadian Passport Rejection ”, you’ve come to the right place. Canada Passport Help are your personal Canada Passport Application specialists. We assist you with the Canadian passport application process by providing a custom assessment of your Canadian passport application, as well as […]

Canadian Passport Help – Guarantors for your Canadian Passport Application

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

If you’ve Googled “Canadian Passport Help”, “Canada Passport Help for U.S. residents”, or “Guarantors for a Canadian Passport ”, you’ve come to the right place. Canada Passport Help are your personal Canada Passport Application specialists. We assist you with the Canadian passport application process by providing a custom assessment of your Canadian passport application, as […]

Canadian Passport Fees for U.S. Residents

Saturday, October 31st, 2009

If you are a Canadian citizen residing in the United States or Bermuda, you are forced to rely on the mail system or couriering your passport application and photos into Passport Canada, unless you choose to fly into the country and visit an office physically. As a result, the importance of your application, associated documentation, […]

Canadian Passport Renewal

Tuesday, October 27th, 2009

This is an important FYI for all Canadian citizens residing or working in Asia, South America, Europe, or Africa. Your Canadian passport must have at least 6 months of validity in order to pass through immigration in most nations. Also, you cannot extend the validity of your passport, so you may find yourself simply applying […]