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Lost, Stolen, Inaccessible, Damaged or Found Passport

A Canadian passport is a valuable document that should be kept in a safe place at all times. Once a passport has been reported lost or stolen, it is no longer valid and cannot be used for travel. This is to ensure that it is not used for fraudulent purposes.

The Government of Canada or any representative of the Government of Canada cannot be held responsible for any difficulties you may encounter at border crossings if you attempt to use a passport that has been reported lost or stolen. You must take care of your passport. If you have had multiple passports that have been damaged or reported lost or stolen, you may face some restrictions when applying for a new passport.

If your passport has been lost or stolen:

Please complete the PPTC203 Declaration concerning a lost stolen inaccessible damaged or found Canadian travel document. Full details of how the loss or theft occurred must be provided.

Apply for a new passport:

Please note that there is an additional CAD$45 fee for the processing of an application to replace a lost/stolen PPT.

If your passport has been damaged:

Please complete the PPTC203 Declaration concerning a lost stolen inaccessible damaged or found Canadian travel document. Full details of how the damage occurred must be provided.

Apply for a new passport:

Please note that your damaged passport will not be returned to you.

If your passport is inaccessible:

Please send an email with detailed information to: LDN.passport@international.gc.ca 

Found passports:

Please send an email with detailed information to: LDN.passport@international.gc.ca 

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Date Modified:
2016-10-26