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Certificate of Departure (IMM 0056)

This form is for people who have willingly left Canada of who wish to obtain a replacement of their lost, stolen, or damaged Certificate of Departure (IMM 0056). Download Certificate of Departure Application DOWNLOAD APPLICATION   What is a Certificate of Departure? A Certificate of Departure is a historical document that certifies your willing departure…

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Do-it-yourself Permanent Resident Travel Document (PRTD)

Course: PR Travel Document (PRTD) What happens if you’re outside of Canada and you don’t have your PR Card, or you are in Canada and must leave now; perhaps because it’s expired and your application to renew it is taking months? How do you get the documentation you need to travel back to Canada? Just…

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Media Kit

Quality vs. Quantity! Do-it-yourself immigration and document articles   Disclaimer: we don’t offer guest posts, links, partnership with immigration firms outside of Canada, partnership with schools from outside of Canada, or job placement for non-Canadians. Are you in the following industries? We are increased in taking to you: financial, expatriate, law, & trucking.   About…

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Find my Immigration Application

It is frustrating to not hear back on your request. We can help. We know time is of the essence, but we do recommend we do a status check first to see where your application is at. We do offer a status check and can use our licenced immigration consultant to attempt to access your…

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How to apply for an American passport for a child from Canada

Any child under the age of 16, must apply in person for their US Passport application along with BOTH their parents, or their guardians. Form DS-11 should be completed before going to your local consulate/embassy or Passport Acceptance Center (in the US). It then must be signed in the presence of an authorizing agent. Tip:…

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Citizenship Certificate Through a Canadian Parent

Getting your first Canadian citizenship certificate through a Canadian parent Get Your FIRST Canadian Citizenship Certificate Everyone born in Canada is a Canadian citizen. But, if you were born outside Canada and one of your parents was a Canadian citizen either by birth or naturalization at the time you were born, then you are a…

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How to change your name on an American Passport – from Canada?

If you’ve changed your name, you’re going to need to update your U.S. Passport asap. There are several paths to do this, depending on the circumstances leading to your name change. Let’s go through them and outline the steps you need to take to update your name change in each case. If you have an…

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How to fix an error on your American Passport from Canada

There are two types of errors, both of which you can fix by following a few simple steps below. Data errors: these are things like misspelled names or incorrect dates. Printing errors: these are things like missing information in your passport; discoloration of your passport when you received it; crooked print on your passport. Here’s…

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Replace a lost or stolen American passport from Canada

Has your U.S. Passport been lost or stolen? Here’s a quick, easy-to-follow guide to report and replace your lost or stolen passport. Reporting Lost/Stolen U.S. Passports You have 3 options: Option 1 – Do it online Go to this government page and scroll down until you see the following:   After clicking on the indicated…

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Government Phone Number Directory

Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) 1-888-242-2100 (they only take calls in Canada – waiting time can be long) Tip: how to call IRCC from outside of Canada, click here. Checking the status of your immigration application, click here. If you having trouble tracking down your application here are some tips, click here. If you…

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