No you cannot. It’s for driving trucks across the border only.
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Valid passports are a requirement of international travel. If their passports are expired it doesn’t matter where they are going, they will not be allowed on international flights.
It depends upon the officer. They may let you in with the short form birth certificate but tell you to bring the long form next time. They may also turn you away because the birth certificate does not show your name.
Nothing about your Canadian work permit helps you to get a Pakistani visa. (It shouldn’t hinder you either.) What mattesrs is the nationality of your passport.
You will need both the current and expired passports in order to re-enter the US.
Travel Document services are currently suspended due to the pandemic.
Contact the nearest Canadian Embassy/High Commission or Consulate to see if they can offer you some help.
In normal circumstances you might be able to apply by mail but they would be concerned about your overseas address.
Which passport you use to enter a country is up to you. If you have a visa to UAE in your Indian passport and you want to enter UAE then you should use the passport with your visa, the Indian one, in order to enter.
This is a Canadian website and we don’t know the rules for surrendering passports for other countries but, presumably, if you surrender your Indian passport, you need to do so to an Indian Embassy or Consulate.
If you do so in Indian, using your Canadian passport to enter India when you have a valid Indian passport seems like it will just make it harder to enter India (before you’ve surrendered your passport).
20 calendar days unless you paid for Express Service (2-9 business days) or Urgent (same day) but these are only available if you can pick up in person.
You need to apply for a passport from your home country.
If you are unable to apply for a passport from your home country because you are a refugee, you need to apply for a Refugee Travel Document.
Learn how apply fora visa to Nepal [Nepal’s immigration website is currently down so we removed the link. Google “Nepal immigration”]