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Any fellow Canadians who have recently (within last 2 years) filed for a new passport through the mail.

I am having a great deal of difficulty figuring out how to pay for my passport. I no longer have a Canadian bank account. My bank does NOT do CDN money orders or certified cheques. * (checks :))

I live in Pennsylvania and both Pittsburgh and Philly are a great distance from me. 

Can someone offer some ideas? And USPS NO LONGER issues international money orders. Someone also told me that Western Union does not as well. 

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banks and post office do have international money orders

this is how i sent money to my daughter was an exchange student in Belgium

 

and as for certified checks i understand why as with the new technology on the internet ,  it is easy to create one that looks real so most banks don't like them 

a kid that use to work for a McDonald's used a logo from a bag from the restaurant and copy of signature of old check to make himself several fake pay checks

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2 minutes ago, Franklann said:

You can pay with a US credit card. 

Have you used this method? When I clicked on the credit/debit card section on Passport Canada, it said that is must be a Canadian credit or debit card.

 

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25 minutes ago, JeanneAdil said:

banks and post office do have international money orders

this is how i sent money to my daughter was an exchange student in Belgium

 

and as for certified checks i understand why as with the new technology on the internet ,  it is easy to create one that looks real so most banks don't like them 

a kid that use to work for a McDonald's used a logo from a bag from the restaurant and copy of signature of old check to make himself several fake pay checks

 

25 minutes ago, JeanneAdil said:

banks and post office do have international money orders

this is how i sent money to my daughter was an exchange student in Belgium

 

and as for certified checks i understand why as with the new technology on the internet ,  it is easy to create one that looks real so most banks don't like them 

a kid that use to work for a McDonald's used a logo from a bag from the restaurant and copy of signature of old check to make himself several fake pay checks

We use a major bank. They said they no longer do international money orders. The post office stopped issuing Canadian money order on August 30th.

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42 minutes ago, H&T said:

How about asking your friend or relatives in Canada write a check and send it to you?

I think I am going to have to transfer money to them and get them to get me a Canadian postal money order. Always so much stress regarding all of this! lol

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Yes, I applied by mail and paid by filling out the payment section with a us credit card. 


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2 minutes ago, Franklann said:

Yes, I applied by mail and paid by filling out the payment section with a us credit card. 

Okay then. I guess I misunderstood what was in the instructions for 'applying from the USA' . Thanks!

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