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Trinidad and Tobago flag Consulate-General of Trinidad and Tobago in Toronto

Address185 Sheppard Avenue West
Toronto ON M2N 1M9
Phonelocal: (416) 495.9442
international: +1.416.495.9442
Faxlocal: (416) 495.6934
international: +1.416.495.6934
Web sitehttp://ttcgtoronto.gov.tt/

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Thu, 28 Jan 2016 19:09 EST
I sent an e-mail requesting information about renewing a passport. I live in British Colombia and it is not as easy as driving to the consulate. That was over 2 years ago and I am still waiting for some correspondence. I attempted contacting by phone but no-one ever answers. On another attempt I got an email notice that the Web page was not available. So here I am almost 3yrs since my first attempt with no passport. I love to travel. I am considering giving up my natural citizenship.
Judith Kay
Wed, 6 Jan 2016 06:48 EST
Excellent Experience!
My experience with the consulate was excellent! I found the staff to be professional, courteous and helpful. I applied for and received my Birth Certificate in exactly one week and spent a total of 10 minutes in the office. I simply:

• Read the online instructions
• Properly completed the required forms leaving no blanks
• Provided copies of original documentation and photocopies
• Provided a money order in the required amount.
• Was clear, polite and specific with the staff who dealt with me.

In contrast, on the day I attended there were others who were unprepared, had incomplete documentation and more importantly were rude, belligerent and inappropriate. Consulate staff were treated disrespectfully for doing their jobs, and I am absolutely confident that Trinidadians would never walk into a Canadian Embassy and behave in the same manner.

If you can’t respect your own people, how can you expect anyone to respect you?
Despicable behaviour
Thu, 12 Nov 2015 18:56 EST
Follow the rules
I visited the consulate with my daughter to have our passport renewed. Got there at 9.00 and took a number similar to the other people that was there. At 11.00 3 guys and a girl came in collected numbers and sat down. Apparently the girl was helping them fill in the forms. The woman who was taking the pictures just called one of the guys in to the photograph room to get his stuff fast tracked, after him his two friends followed. She apparently did the photocopying of their documents for them as well. All seated in the waiting room just stared at each other in amazement at the audacity of the shameless woman. They were in and out in 20 minutes. The issue is "what is the purpose of having numbers when friends just by pass the system". Please leave your nepotism and ghetto stupidity at the door when you come to work. Treat everyone fairly.
1 family
Sun, 8 Nov 2015 21:04 EST
I had been to the consulate in 2011 and I thought they were very friendly. The interviewer even hugged me. She was polite and very respectful but she was a shorter person so I'm guessing it was someone else.
I have to go for my 2 kids as I want to apply for Trinidad citizenship for them. I really don't see what there is to be intimidated or nervous about. It's not like it's wrong to get a passport. The comments I see are so strange.
Angela Taylor
Sat, 7 Nov 2015 22:35 EST
Could i do a search for my restoration papers if i have the receipt?
Sat, 24 Oct 2015 20:42 EDT
Bad media
I am saddened by the comments made by these Trinidadian whose don't have the proper documents and expect to have their passports. These same persons will go to the Americas or canadian embassy with alla the required documents and extra. It is time they respect their country rule. To the person carol Algernon she should be ashamed of her behavior and disgusting comment.
Thu, 22 Oct 2015 05:48 EDT
Renewal of Passport
i beg to differ on some of negative negative comments on this posting, i had the pleasure to visit the T+T Consulate for a Passport Renewal,I was met by Mr Hosein as i enter very welcoming, Sharon L was helpful by reviewing my form and asst where need be,J farrell and Cecelia they were Professional and they do diligent work, they made me feel proud to be a Trinidadian in Canada. THUMBS UP
Carlyle Walters
Tue, 13 Oct 2015 16:27 EDT
Excellent Service
I have had to deal officially with the Consulate in Toronto in my capacity as a pensioner of the Government of Trinidad & Tobago.On every occasion I dealt with one Mrs.N Stanford.I found her to be extremely helpful, polite and professional in her conduct.She is a good example of how a public servant should behave.I wish her the best.
Thu, 8 Oct 2015 15:02 EDT
Toronto Trinidad consulate is closest to me,i am a american citizen but my nephew who lives with me is Trinidadian with green card status to USA,his valid id i was told was expired then the woman refuse to listen to me, my USA citizenship certificate she said wasn't a valid id lol mind u i went through border customs official n everything was in place to let me through to Canada but the jerks at the Trinidad consulate couldn't n when corrected attitude got worst n a Trinidad passport that was going to get renew will not be renewed then as i'm leaving the room i herd "AMERICANS" like what the hell is that suppose to mean, very nasty attitude, rude, misleading,racialism,unprofessional,inattentive,etc
Tue, 15 Sep 2015 11:28 EDT
Service at it's worst
This is the most unprofessional office and staff I have ever dealt with. Maharaj and Hosein must learn how to deal with people. True third world mentality. Can't wait until the new government get rid of these uneducated misfits.

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