Should be “Passport renewal” or “Renewing passport”
“…a guarantor. If not, the application is liable to be rejected.”
- “likely” is supposed to be used with positive outcomes, not negative.
- The way the sentence is worded, the form is “likely” to be refused no matter what.
(Anyway, I find it hard to believe that Canada would deny its citizens a passport renewal like that.)
“…have a licence. You are liable to be fined if you drive without a licence.”
Same problems as above, plus the switch from “you” to “the driver” (who may or may not be you).
(Do Canadians spell “licence” the British way or “license” the American way?)
Anyway, it’s probably not Chinglish (no characteristic Chinglish mistakes), but it is sloppy English.