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    I am most likely a Canadian Citizen, but I can't prove it.

    I obtained the record from https://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/Pages/home.aspx
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    I am most likely a Canadian Citizen, but I can't prove it.

    Sorry, I reread my post after posting and realised I wasn’t very clear. I obtained my grandfather’s military service certificate (not detailed records) in March 2020. It just stated my grandfather was in the RCAF and his service number. The given service number was on my late father’s birth...
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    I am most likely a Canadian Citizen, but I can't prove it.

    Hi, I’m afraid I cannot provide an update as I submitted my application last year and I have so far heard nothing. After further research I eventually was able to obtain a birth certificate for my grandfather so hoping I submitted enough information. given the current situation I have no idea...
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    I am most likely a Canadian Citizen, but I can't prove it.

    Thanks for clarifying. Always good to get advice from someone who actually has experience of the process. Most appreciated.
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    I am most likely a Canadian Citizen, but I can't prove it.

    Ok. Thanks. I seem to be getting quite a great deal of conflicting information regarding the fact that my Father & Grandfather are deceased.
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    I am most likely a Canadian Citizen, but I can't prove it.

    I'll see what comes of applying for a death certificate. Thanks for the offer of help and your helpful replies.
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    I am most likely a Canadian Citizen, but I can't prove it.

    That's interesting. You maybe correct as I have yet not been able to find any information regarding whether a deceased parent means you still cannot claim citizenship. I have just on the basis of the question. When my parent was born or adopted, my grandparent was a Canadian citizen (or a...
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    I am most likely a Canadian Citizen, but I can't prove it.

    Thanks. Unfortunately, it states the below. For individuals deceased less than 20 years: Limited personal information will be released to an immediate family member (spouse, parent, sibling, child or grandchild) of the individual concerned if proof of relationship and proof of death are...
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    I am most likely a Canadian Citizen, but I can't prove it.

    Unfortunately, there are other next of kin, but they are from when my grandfather remarried and I have never had any contact with them nor do have any contact details.
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    I am most likely a Canadian Citizen, but I can't prove it.

    I was born in England and the Am I Canadian web page states. Does at least one of the following statements apply to you? When I was born, my parent was a Canadian citizen (or a British subject, born or naturalized in Canada before 1947) who was employed outside Canada as a Crown servant When...
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    Citizenship eligibility through Canadian grandfather who fought in WWII?

    Thank you. That does seem to hold out some hope. Does it matter that both my father and grandfather are dead? I can of course prove the relationship as I have my father's birth certificate which states my grandfather's name and I can prove my grandfather served in the Canadian Air Force based...
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    Citizenship eligibility through Canadian grandfather who fought in WWII?

    Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this question, but I am trying to understand if I have eligibility for Canadian citizenship through my grandfather who was in the Canadian Air Force based in England during WWII. My father was born in England in 1945 when my grandfather was still serving...