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Re-newing my Canadian passport ... help ?
Hi I'm from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
I was born in London Ontario, Canada in 1983
lived there all my childhood
LET'S GET TO THE IMPORTANT QUESTIONS NOW
I have an expired (from ages) Canadian passport
How can I renew it, and what is the procedures? and do I have to go to the embassy? (which is located in Riyadh)
What do I benifet from holding a Candian passport and Can I have the cizitenship and call myself Canadian ^_^ ?
^^ Do I get any governmental advantages in health, living or studying like a native Canadian if holding the Canadian passport ?
Is it allowed by the Canadian Law to hold both Saudian & Canadian passport while living in Canada?
1. No you go to the Canadian Consulate in Jeddah.
11th Floor, Ali Reza Tower, Madina Road Jeddah
Telephone (011 966 2) 653 0597/0434/4848 x215
See link below for forms.
2. If you were born in Canada you have Canadian citizenship
3. According to Citizenship and Immigration Canada, citizens are:
* Enjoy the rights guaranteed by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
* Able to vote in political elections upon reaching the age of 18 (and provided they are not absent from Canada for more than 5 years and intend to resume residency in Canada).
* Able to run for political office upon reaching the age of 18.
* Able to obtain a Canadian passport.
* Able to prevent risk of getting deported from Canada
* Able to work for the Federal government (where citizenship is usually required/preferred)
* Allowed to live outside Canada indefinitely while retaining the right to return
* Able to pass on Canadian citizenship to children born outside Canada.
Citizens are responsible for:
* Serving on jury when reaching the age of majority, and if selected.
* Obeying Canada's laws.
* Respecting the rights and freedoms of others.
* Helping others in the community.
* Caring for and protecting the Canadian heritage and environment.
* Eliminating discrimination and injustice.