Since July 1, 2013, all new Canadian passports are issued as electronic passports, or ePassports. Adult applicants have the option of a 5- or 10-year ePassport for both first-time applications and renewals, while children's ePassports are issued for a maximum of 5 years.
The personal information pages (pages 2 and 3) include:
The passport holder’s photo is digitally printed and embedded into the page. It also appears on the electronic chip.
The personal data is digitally printed and embedded in the page and cannot be removed or erased. The information shown on page 2 is also stored on the electronic chip (except for the place of birth).
Holographic images are embossed in the thin-film laminate used to secure the information page. These images can be viewed by tilting the booklet in reflected light.
There is "Optically variable ink" that changes colour under different lighting.
This symbol represents that this is an ePassport, which means it contains an embedded electronic chip.
A copy of the passport holder’s photo appears in greyscale.
The letters "CAN" appear when looking through the page.
The last two lines at the bottom of the page are the machine-readable zone, which repeats the passport holder’s personal information and passport details in a special format.
If your Canada passport was issued when you were 16 years old or older, your passport is valid for 10 years. If your Canada passport was issued when you were 15 years old or younger, your passport is valid for 5 years.
Henley & Partners has released its January 2021 ranking of the world's most powerful passports and Canada's ranked among the strongest.
Each quarter, the Henley Passport Index presents its ranking of passports according to the number of countries their holders can enter without the bother of applying for a visa in advance. The renowned London-based consultancy, which helps governments develop citizenship-by-investment programs, bases the ranking on exclusive data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and additional in-house research.
Japan continues to hold the world's most powerful passport, offering Visa-free access to 191 destinations worldwide. Singapore comes second, with access to 190 destinations, while South Korean and German passport holders enjoy access to 189 destinations around the world.
Italy, Finland Spain, and Luxembourg share the number four spot, enjoying visa-free access to 188 destinations. Following them, a passport from Denmark or Austria grants access to 187 destinations. You can buy biometric passport for Canada through us.
Henley & Partners has released its January 2021 ranking of the world's most powerful passports and Canada's ranked among the strongest. The Canadian passport is among the top 20.
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