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REQUEST FOR FINGERPRINTS FOR CITIZENSHIP

Have you received an email from IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canda) asking you to submit your fingerprints to continue processing your application for Canadian Citizenship?

If yes, you need not to worry. This is a normal procedure.

What you need to do now? Please follow the following procedure:

Contact an RCMP Accredited fingerprinting Agency.

If you are in Region of Peel (Mississauga, Brampton, Caledon), Etobicoke, Oakville, Milton, Burlington, Orangeville, Georgetown, etc., you can call our office at 905 290 7205 Ext 102 or book your appointment through our website https://novelnotarypublic.ca/book-an-appointment/

We will capture your fingerprints electronically and submit to RCMP. RCMP will conduct criminal background check based on fingerprints and generate a fingerprints report which will be sent to the concerned Citizenship Office.

What you need to bring with you when you attend to our office:

The letter you received from IRCC, a printed copy or an email attachment on your phone if you have data on your mobile phone.

PR Card should be valid.

Your proof of permanent resident status-record of landing

Two valid IDs-Driver’s License (issued by Canadian Province or Territory), Foreign Driver’s License, Foreign Passport, Canadian Permanent Resident Card, Certification of Indian Status, Firearms Possession Certificate, Firearms Acquisition Certificate, Canadian National Institute of the Blind Identification Card, Federal/Provincial/Municipal Identification Card, Military Family Identification Card.

The Applicable fee.

Our offer will incorporate your Citizenship Application and UCI number on fingerprint submission form.

Our officer will advise RCMP to send the fingerprints report to the appropriate citizenship office.

If you want the fingerprints report to be sent to you instead to citizenship office, please let us know when you attend for fingerprints submission.

It is simple and easy. If you have any questions, talk to the officer when you visit the office.

Call us @ 416-903-8696 for more information.