eTA: extension of leniency period

Old Oct 4th 2016, 11:49 pm
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Default Re: eTA: extension of leniency period

Originally Posted by Vulcanoid
A "certificate of entitlement" costs £272 ($450) and takes up to six months. I'd call that fricking ridiculous, particularly if you're advocating in favour of that *instead* of the cheaper, quicker passport.


I also paid $220 for my new UK passport. A Canadian citizen getting a new one on next day service is $230. Basically the same.
Right, fair enough. The certificate of entitlement should be done instantaneously at a Canadian embassy or consulate against a C$50 charge. Easy peasy...

The point of the $260 was, that was a Canadian citizen passport from abroad, regular service, which is $160 in Canada as it is.
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