April 23, 2017

NOTE: A number of pictures from the adult teams are coming in with a picture of your old ID Booklet. The picture must have been taken within the last six months and a picture of a picture is not allowed. Card entries with improper pictures will be deleted and you will have to re-submit all required information again.

Follow these requirements:

ID Cards require a passport style picture

6.8 A valid photograph as referenced in the definitions section of the Governing Documents Operational Procedures shall mean a photograph that meets the photo specifications of Passport Canada which will include the following:
- The photograph shall be a head and shoulders photo.
- The photograph must measure 45 mm (1.8 inches) long X 35 mm (1.4 inches) wide.
- The photograph must be a close-up of the head and shoulders with the length of the face in the photo (from the chin to the crown of the head - natural top of head) being between 31 mm (1.2 inches) and 36 mm (1.4 inches) so that the face covers approximately 80% of the photo.
- The photograph must have been taken in the past six months.
- The eyes must be open and clearly visible.
- Glasses may be worn as long as the eyes are clearly visible.
- Sunglasses are unacceptable.
- The photo must show a full front view of the face with both edges of the face showing clearly.
- The face and shoulder must be centered in the photo and squared to the camera.
- Black and white or colour photos are acceptable.
- Hats or head coverings are not permitted except when worn for religious reasons and only if the full facial features are clearly visible.
- Photocopies and scanned photos are not acceptable.


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