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Portuguese flag Consulate-General of Portugal in Toronto

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

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delma avila
Thu, 12 Nov 2015 14:17 EST
is there parking in the building ?
Jose Mamede
Sat, 31 Oct 2015 20:52 EDT
I have phoned countless times to the Portuguese Consul to
speak to a human being so far i have been unsuccessful is there any one alive,it is so frustrating where is the Consul
General,Tell me how do the Portuguese people get service
from this Consul who is representing Portugal.
Monica Domingos
Thu, 29 Oct 2015 10:25 EDT
Great service! Friendly staff! Very helpful!
Acknowledging that the Consulate would be quite busy, my father and I made sure we could dedicate a good chunk of the day to traveling to Toronto to take care of getting my citizenship.
Once there, we waited in line for maybe 15-20min (yes, the line was out the door, but it's a small office!), and at the counter, the woman was very friendly in explaining all we would need for citizenship application.
After sitting for only 15min, we were helped by a very friendly and personable man. He clearly walked us through the process, got all our information, and as he processed the info, he even invited us to pop downstairs to the Tim Horton's to grab a bite instead of just sitting there in front of his desk watching him type.
We had my 6mth old baby with us, and each of the staff members were very friendly with him too!
We were there for most of the morning, but the staff and the process made it very tolerable.
People need to understand that the staff are non-stop working, and if you need something done, don't bother calling because they're too busy to answer phones. Just take the time to travel to the Consulate. Not sure what documents to bring? Check out the website.
Overall, this was a very positive experience!
Thu, 22 Oct 2015 10:06 EDT
Wed, 21 Oct 2015 09:32 EDT
The worse Consulate Ever
I've never seen anything like this place. They not only ignore your messages and calls. They are just rude..... The worse people to deal with.

Send them back to Portugal. We would probably have better luck call someone in Portugal.
aida neto
Tue, 29 Sep 2015 20:10 EDT
canadian landed immigration
How do i get my sisters canadian landed immigration docutmets? Do i go the portugues consultant or to the camadian immigration? I hsve tried doing it thriw the canadian and have gotten no where. My suster is incaple due to medical reasons she dose nit soeak or walk and gss been in hospital since 1987 do to a car accident and i czn nit find hrr pass port or her landed immigration document and i need thst to renewal her Opip? Any help woukd be appreciated, what a mess! Sister in stress auda
Sandra Arruda
Mon, 21 Sep 2015 15:44 EDT
Dual citizenship
Both of my parents were born in Portugal, I was born in Canada, what documents do I specifically need to bring to the consulate???
Judy Arruda
Fri, 18 Sep 2015 14:34 EDT
Decision maker for my mother
My mother has been admitted to a long term care facility in Sao Miguel, Acores because she is no longer able to care for herself, finances and all other affairs. A Portuguese medical doctor has written a couple of letters describing my mother as not having the capacity to care for all her needs (this letter is written in Portuguese). I am her daughter and due to her incompetent state can no longer acquire a power of attorney for all of my mothers affairs. How do I go about being her legal decision maker in Canada? Is there a lawyer that deals w/ international law that I can retain or can the consulate help me with this affair. My mother receives ODSP and Old age security and those funds are now being placed in a bank account that I do not have access to. The problem is that the long term care centre is at a cost of $2000 euros per month and we need to access her funds to continually pay for her care. This matter is rather urgent and any assistance would be greatly appreciated. My contact # is (cell)905.975.9495 or (work)905.523.8852 ext:139 (home) 905.561.9494. thank you, Judy Arruda
Fernanda S.
Thu, 17 Sep 2015 08:21 EDT
Embarrassment !!!!!!!
This consulate is an embarrassment for all Portuguese . Why have phones when they aren't answered or messages returned ! Why have email when they are never returned !
Are there actual people working there? I have been leaving messages and emails for the last 2 weeks and haven't received any signs of life from this consulate .
Tue, 15 Sep 2015 11:46 EDT
This is the Portuguese Consulate we are talking about my dears,
did you expect good service? prompt service ?

dream on... its pretty bad.

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