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Electronic Submission of Form T2201, Disability Tax Credit Certificate

Electronic submission of Form T2201, Disability Tax Credit Certificate

The fully digital disability tax credit (DTC) application form is available to applicants and their legal representatives. Applicants can complete Part A of the form online via My Account. To simplify the process and save time, the applicant's portion of the form is prepopulated with information already on file at the CRA. Once completed, they will receive a reference number to give to their medical practitioner who will use it to complete Part B of the form online.

The traditional paper form will continue to be available to those who are unable to, or prefer not to, complete the application online. Paper copies of Form T2201, Disability Tax Credit Certificate, can be sent by mail to the Sudbury, Winnipeg or Jonquière tax centre, or submitted electronically using the secure Submit Documents tool in the My Account or Represent a Client portals.

A legal representative, or a representative with level 2 authorization, can upload and submit Form T2201, at any time during the year. It's fast, easy, and secure!

  • At the bottom of the "Submit Documents" webpage in the CRA portal, click the "without a case or reference number" hyperlink.

  • Select the button "Send Form T2201 – Disability Tax Credit application, or send supporting documents".

  • Follow the steps to attach the file(s).

This option is a quick way to electronically submit documents on behalf of clients and obtain confirmation that the CRA has received the file(s).

Clients who have submitted Form T2201, Disability Tax Credit Certificate to the CRA are asked not to  submit another copy by any other method as duplicate submissions could delay the approval process.

The status of a Disability Tax Credit Certificate application may be viewed by individuals and their representatives through the Progress Tracker service in My Account. They can also check CRA processing times online.

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