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My wife is a duel citizen, Canadian and English. She is currently living in the uk. Her Canadian passport has now ran out but I want to book her a surprise flight to Canada for her birthday, can she fly just on her English passport or does she need both to be in date?

If she wants to travel to Canada on her UK passport, she will need an eTA. But her eTA application may be rejected if it is discovered that she’s a Canadian citizen. So it’s better if she just has a valid Canadian passport.

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I am a US cotizen born in Canada. I had a passport that expired about 5 years ago. I would like to renew my passport and regain dual cotizenship. Is this possible? Is this a simple renewal? Also I understand my adult children are eligible to be recognized as Canadian/dual citizens. Do they just follow a normal application process? Finally, my husband is an American born US citizen, but lived in Canada for about 10 years. Does he have any eligibility to apply for dual citizenship?

It is not a simplified renewal process; you have to use the general application.

Your children must apply for citizenship certificates before they can apply for passports.

Your husband cannot apply for citizenship if he doesn’t reside in Canada.

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I’m a Canadian citizen living in the US with green card(I was living in Quebec prior to the US move). I married a US citizen(in US) and want to change my name(on my US passport first). After that’s done, what are the steps that I need to take to change my name in Canada (or Quebec?) I read somewhere that Quebec doesn’t allow name change. 

How you change your name depends upon what type of document you’re trying to change your name on. For your passport, you need to provide proof of the name change when you submit a new passport application.

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