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My passport expired in April 2010. My application for renewal is like a new application, since is more than a year? Do I need to submit my old passport and need a guarantor’s signature on my application? Thank you.

To renew your Canadian Passport please visit Passport Canada. You will be required to complete the Adults 16 years of age or over application PPTC 153

You do not need to send your passport if it has expired. As your Canadian Passport has been expired for over 1 year, it cannot be submitted as ?documents to support your identity?. The supporting ID must be valid and include your name and signature (for example; Provincial driver’s license, or Provincial health care card).

On the application form you are required to have ?Declaration of Guarantor?. This person is a person other than yourself who confirms your identity. This person is required to completed section 2 of the application, and will need to sign all 3 pages of the form. The guarantor will also need to sign the back of one of the passport photos and write “I certify this to be a true likeness of (your name)”

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