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Elizabeth Oakley: Oakley and Adult Life

elizabeth oakley: She attended school, married, and worked in Canada, according to CTV. When she decided to take a trip last November, she thought applying for a new passport would be easy. It's like I'm being held hostage in my own country, and I'm frustrated because there is nothing I can do, Elizabeth Oakley said to CTV News Channel on Wednesday Oakley was born in the U.S. and moved to Canada when she was 10 years old. She had already held two other Canadian passports in her adult life. After sending in her application with her proof of citizenship, Oakley received a letter from the government. Regulations had changed and you had to prove your citizenship to get your passport, said Oakley. ( As reported in the news.