Check the Status of your Citizenship Application

Please note that the system is updated once a week, every Tuesday.

Before checking the status of your citizenship application, you will need to prepare one of the following numbers.

 

Client ID Number / Unique Client Identifier

You will find this number, also referred to as a “Unique Client Identifier”, on official documents issued to you from a Citizenship and Immigration Canada office, Case Processing Centre or visa office where you submitted your application. Your Client ID Number/Unique Client Identifier has four (4) numbers, a hyphen (-), and four (4) more numbers. (Example: 0000-0000).

Receipt Number (IMM 5401)

You will find this number on the document that was filled out and stamped when you paid your fees at a financial institution or on the official receipt you obtained when you paid your fees on the Internet. Your “Receipt Number (IMM 5401)” starts with a letter, followed by nine numbers. (Example: B000000000).

Immigration File Number / Application Number

You will find this number, also referred to as an “Application Number”, on any official document issued to you from the visa office where you submitted your application. Your Immigration File Number/Application Number starts with a letter and is followed by a combination of nine (9) numbers or letters. (Example: B000000000 or EP00000000).

Record of Landing (IMM 1000) number

You will find this number in the “remarks” section on the bottom right of the Record of Landing document issued to you by a Citizenship and Immigration Canada office or by the visa office where you submitted your application. YourRecord of Landing number starts with a “W” followed by nine numbers. (Example: W 000 000 000).

Permanent Resident Card number

Your Permanent Resident Card number is located in the top left corner on the back of your card. The Permanent Resident Card number starts with two (2) letters followed by ten (10) numbers (Example: RA0302123456) or two (2) letters followed by seven (7) numbers (Example: PA0123456).

Receipt Number

You will find this number on the acknowledgement letter that Citizenship and Immigration Canada sent to you. This number is all digits (Example: 000).

Citizenship File Number

You will find this number on all correspondence (except for the initial acknowledgement letter) mailed to you by the Case Processing Centre in Sydney or by the local Citizenship and Immigration Canada office processing your application. This number is all digits. (Example: 0000000).

Confirmation of Permanent Residence number (IMM 5292 or 5509)

You will find this number in top right corner of yourConfirmation of Permanent Residence document issued to you by a Citizenship and Immigration Canada office or by the visa office where you submitted your application. YourConfirmation of Permanent Residence number starts with a “T” followed by nine numbers. (Example: T100000000).

 


 

Once you located one of the numbers above, proceed by clicking on this link.

 


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