If you wish to have a passport in your new given name and gender, you should submit a completed passport application form, your original proof of Canadian citizenship indicating the new gender and the new given name, two pictures, a document to support your identity under the name requested and the required fee. Also, it is essential that you include the valid passport you currently hold with your application for cancellation.
Scenario #2: Proof of citizenship under previous gender:
If you have undergone sex reassignment surgery and your proof of citizenship does not show the new sex, the following documents must be submitted:
- original proof of citizenship showing the former sex; and
- medical documentation to confirm that you have undergone a sex change, and that the surgery is complete.
A full validity passport may be issued in the new sex.
Scenario #3: Pre-surgery:
A limited validity passport may be issued in an assumed sex to an applicant who provides medical documentation indicating that he or she will be undergoing sex reassignment surgery in the next twelve months. Please be advised that the passport will be valid for two years and will not be extended.
You will also have to complete and sign a Request for a Canadian passport indicating a sex other than the sex shown on my documentary evidence of citizenship, Form PPTC 152, acknowledging awareness that you may encounter difficulties with a passport issued showing your assumed sex.
You may obtain Form PPTC 152 at any Passport Program Office. For hours of operation and service locations, please visit our website at: