Form PPTC657 is used in Canada for confirming the eligibility to receive a free replacement of a valid passport or travel document specifically for adults aged 16 years and over who wish to reflect their reclaimed Indigenous name on their travel document.
The form PPTC657 Confirmation of Eligibility for Gratis Replacement of a Valid Passport or Travel Document - Reflection of Reclaimed Indigenous Name - Adult - 16 Years of Age or Over - Canada is filed by the individual who wants to apply for a gratis replacement of a valid Canadian passport or travel document reflecting their reclaimed Indigenous name.
Q: What is Form PPTC657?
A: Form PPTC657 is a document used to confirm eligibility for a free replacement of a valid passport or travel document in Canada.
Q: Who is this form for?
A: This form is for adults aged 16 years or over who want to reflect their reclaimed indigenous name on their passport or travel document.
Q: What does 'Reflection of Reclaimed Indigenous Name' mean?
A: 'Reflection of Reclaimed Indigenous Name' refers to the process of updating a person's passport or travel document to include their reclaimed indigenous name.
Q: Is the replacement free?
A: Yes, the replacement is free.
Q: How can I apply for a replacement?
A: You can apply for a replacement by filling out Form PPTC657 and submitting it to the relevant authorities.
Q: Can I use this form if I am under 16 years old?
A: No, this form is only for individuals who are 16 years of age or older.
Q: What other documents do I need to provide?
A: You will need to provide additional supporting documents such as proof of identity and proof of your reclaimed indigenous name.
Q: How long does it take to process the application?
A: Processing times may vary, but it is generally recommended to apply well in advance of any travel plans.