Canadian children - even newborns - are required to travel with their own passport. Canada's Passport Program has issued a reminder to international border officials that parents or legal guardians must never sign their child's travel documents. According to the Government of Canada:
The IRCC recommends that parents traveling with children under 16 print the Signature policy (PDF, 600.51 KB) and bring it with them in case they are asked to sign a passport for their child.
Immigration law is becoming more complex and challenging everyday. Immigration applications can be refused due to minor oversights and omissions that can delay or negatively impact your business or your family reunifications plans. By not using a lawyer you can be putting your business and your family at risk. Evelyn Ackah, the founder and managing lawyer at Ackah Business Immigration Law, understands the nuances and impacts of Canadian Immigration law and how it impacts businesses and people.
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