Do not Sign Your Child’s Canadian Passport!
Children 16 or older must sign their own Canadian passports. Children under 16 may sign their own passports, especially if they are between 11 and 15. If parents sign their children’s Canadian passports they invalidate them. Do not sign your child’s Canadian passport under any circumstances.
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