GCKEY Login Loop? How to Fix Canada CIC Website GCkey Login Loop’? 

How to Fix ‘Canada CIC Website GCkey Login Loop’? The CIC Login Loop,

Short Answer: Clear the cache and delete the browser cookies. Then try using your login and password again, and Woohoo! No More Language Selection Page loops.

The CIC/IRCC website will occasionally fail to log you in because it will redirect you to the Language selection screen even if you have supplied the right ID and Password. This is the well-known problem known as the GCKey Login Loop. If you are having CIC login troubles or are unable to log in to your’ myCIC’ account, we have provided a solution below. Don’t be concerned; there is no problem with your PC. The issue is with the design of the IRCC website.

Canada CIC Immigration Website Loop Fix [CIC Login Loop Fix]

Step 1: Open CIC Website in Google Chrome Browser

To open the Canada CIC Login page in Google Chrome, click here. Look for the address bar in the browser and click on the little ‘lock’ symbol to the right of the address bar and “canada.ca” and press ‘cookies’.

Step 2: Clear Cookies and Cache

You must now select each cookie and delete it one by one. Make sure the cookie box is empty.

Step 3: Try to Log In with GC Key or With Sign-in Partner

Try to log in now using your ID and password. Now it should function properly. Enjoy and good luck.

FAQs on GCkey Login Loop

Is my GCkey password and username correct?

If IRCC does not notify you that your User ID or Password is wrong and instead redirects you to the language page, your ID or password is correct. To login and see your Canada visa application, simply complete the steps outlined above and remove your browser’s cookies.

Having trouble logging in to the Canada Visa website? Can you properly log in?

The CIC/IRCC website will occasionally fail to log you in because it will redirect you to the Language selection screen even if you have supplied the right ID and Password. This is the well-known problem known as the GCKey Login Loop. Canadian immigration has provided no formal solution to this problem. The one solution that has consistently worked for us is to delete the browser cookies.