Canada CIC Website Log-In Loop Fix – Takes Back to Language Selection Page
Fix for Canada CIC website GCkey Log in loop. Clear or delete the browser cookies and then use your username and password. No more language selection page.
Canada CIC immigration website may have a loopback error where it keeps taking you back to the language selection page even though you log in with the correct ‘GCkey’ and password.
No need to worry if you have CIC login issues or cannot log in to your ‘myCIC’ account. There is a simple solution and it requires the deletion of browser cookies.
There is no issue with your computer. It is a problem with the Canada CIC website design.
Canada CIC immigration website Loop Fix
#1 Open in Google Chrome Browser
Open Canada CIC Log In page in the Google Chrome browser.
Click on the small ‘lock’ icon in the browser address bar and then click ‘cookies‘.
#2 Clear Cookies
Select each cookie and then click ‘remove’ until all cookies have been deleted.
#3 Login with GC Key
You can now log in with your user name and password and you will be able to see your application without the loop.
If you are able to log in with no error but the Canada visa website takes you back to the language selection page, then your username and password are correct.
You need to delete the browser cookies to log in again and see your Canada visa application.
Many people face this issue where the website keeps taking you back to the language selection page after correctly giving your username and password.
There is no official fix given by Canadian immigration for this issue. The only fix that we have tried and tested to work every time is deleting the browser cookies.
Yes, the deletion of browser cookies specifically from the Canada visa website will help you log in to the website in one attempt.
There is no need for any other solution.
Using Chrome’s ‘In-Cognitio’ mode or Mozilla Firefox’s “Private” mode does work the first time you open and log in Canada visa website.
But, after the first attempt, the cookies are stored and you may start seeing the same problem of the loop again.
My suggestion is to delete the website cookies every time before login in.
Recent discussion on forum
Try using the ‘in cognitio’ mode or the ‘the private window’ and then delete the cookies. It will work.
I faced similar issue when I used Chrome and then I tried with IE /Microsoft Edge and it worked. Try that option.
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