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Portuguese flag Consulate-General of Portugal in Toronto

Address438 University Avenue
Suite 1400, Box 41
Toronto ON M5G 2K8
Canada
Phonelocal: (416) 217.0966
international: +1.416.217.0966
Faxlocal: (416) 217.0973
international: +1.416.217.0973
Emailmail@toronto.dgaccp.pt
Web sitehttp://www.secomunidades.pt/toronto
Hours9h00 - 15h30

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Mike Masotti
Sat, 19 Apr 2014 17:28 EDT
Portuguese citizenship for my son
Hello, My wife is a Portuguese citizen. How long would it take for my 15 year old son to become a Portuguese citizen? would it take less than a week or two weeks? Do I need to bring my son to the Consulate? Is there a cost?
Steven White
Thu, 17 Apr 2014 04:58 EDT
Super visa insurance
You are an interesting mix. Such a combination is not common.
Jose dos quilhoes
Wed, 16 Apr 2014 18:12 EDT
Arre foda-se
This web site is not operated by the Consulate-General and your comments and questions will not necessarily be seen by its staff. Please note that this is not a forum for broad debate about the foreign policy of Portugal, and such topics will be deleted ... so wtf would i be wasting my time with this comment
Robyn Pacheco
Wed, 16 Apr 2014 04:04 EDT
Renewing citizenship
My mom was born in Portugal, and I was wondering whether it was possible for her to renew her citizenship. Portuguese was her first language, but her fluency has likely deteriorated in the forty years that she has lived in Canada. This is something that she would like to do, but simply does not have the time to look into. I don't speak the language myself; the extent of my ability is the occasional, "Obrigada signora". I was just wondering if anyone knew how to go about the renewal process, as I cannot read Portuguese.
Thank you.
John Costa
Sun, 6 Apr 2014 10:41 EDT
death
how do i report a death
Joao de Lisboa
Fri, 28 Mar 2014 08:36 EDT
Idiotas!
Hello there. Can u people stop crying like idiots! Have u considered paying ur taxes to the Portuguese Government ? So the Kind people at the Consulate can get their proper salary? To get proper service u need to pay ur employees on TIME! And not delayed! Shapadas ne Cara desse povo besta! So sabem fazer complains. dumb people! Be thankful u even Have a Consulate and that the Bankrupted Government didnt close it DOWN! -.-
Joao de Lisboa
Fri, 28 Mar 2014 08:30 EDT
Ola, Cartaos porfavor!
Eles estao muito busy! E voces chorando pa caralho que nao ti responde! Porfavor. levant o Cu e vai la conversa direito com es pesoas! Credo, que povo heim! bestas.
Cecilia
Tue, 18 Mar 2014 16:38 EDT
Answering some of the questions
Hi..I'm Portuguese and Canadian but sometimes not really proud of it..I went once here to the consulate and honestly..waited hours and hours n didn't like how I was attended..rudeness...n to do a simple paper...the lady took forever..felt like..taking her out of the chair n doing it myself..well sorry plp for all of this..passed my eyes on some questions n got mad...no answer from them...I know Sandy that to obtain a Portuguese Passport for your child you need him/her to have a Portuguese Nationality..n that takes forever also..I did it for my kids..for Renewal of PT Passports..need PT I.D..like cartao de cidadania, old Passport n probably Birth Certificate..but I would take all documents..cause in these places better be prepared..n think its around 70-80$
Leonor amaral
Sat, 15 Mar 2014 23:24 EDT
Cartao de cidadao
Gostava de saber que papeis eu preciso para fazer o cartao de cidadao eu sou Canadiana por favor responda
Muito obrigada
Elizabeth
Fri, 14 Mar 2014 16:01 EDT
Sad but true ...
I've had to reach out to the Portuguese Consulate only twice and both times I've had bad experiences. I was going to provide more detail but I'll just agree with most of these comments and add that the people I dealt with had very poor attitude and shouldn't be servicing the public. If my elderly parents weren't with me at the time, I would have likely shared that with them!

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